What is the interior design of The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Hong Kong?

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Ensconced on the 116th floor of the International Commerce Centre in Hong Kong’s West Kowloon district is The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Hong Kong, a calming oasis with a sophisticated, streamlined interior design transports you to a world apart from the city. All 11 treatment rooms  — including two for couples — are outfitted with dark wood paneling and offer exquisite bird’s eye views of Hong Kong Island and Victoria Harbor. To get to the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa's treatment rooms, you’ll wend your way through a maze of curving hallways, the sounds of tranquil spa music accompanying you. As you walk through the 9,000-square-foot spa, take note of the unique backlit onyx reception desk and the mod, 1960s inspired light fixtures and chandeliers in the foyers and treatment rooms. Potted white orchids throughout, meanwhile, add a touch of femininity to the cool, stone-filled space that’s been fashioned in a brown, black, grey and white color palette. It might be a cozy spa, but what The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Hong Kong lacks in size, it makes up for in high style.

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