Rosewood Hong Kong

A luxe vertical estate on Victoria Harbour

The crown jewel of the 2019-opened Victoria Dockside art and design district, Rosewood Hong Kong promises a world of gastronomic journeys, exceptional service, wellness experiences and sweeping views of Victoria Harbour.

Understanding the importance of nature in an urban setting, the 65-story hotel has integrated various terraces and lush botanicals throughout the property, so you feel a greater sense of space and tranquility. Meanwhile, an ultra-exclusive Manor Club on the fourth floor is the place to dine and unwind for suite guests.

As with all Rosewood properties, elegant residential design creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere from the moment you walk through the door. Guest rooms make you feel right at home with walk-in closets, dual showers, Loro Piana cashmere wallpaper and comfy seating areas for relaxing or entertaining.

Adding yet another layer of sophistication, the luxury hotel doubles as a patron of the arts, showcasing a fantastic selection of highly curated works across the property.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • A treat for art lovers, Rosewood Hong Kong is home to an extensive collection of must-see works by such lauded names as celebrated British contemporary artist Damien Hirst, whose Zodiac paintings can be found in The Butterfly Room (where afternoon tea is served), as well as the majestic Pair of Walking Figures – Jubilee, a life-sized sculpture by British artist Lynn Chadwick in the lobby.
  • From the graceful cobblestone driveway and the homey lanterns to the repeating geometric motifs and jewel-like chandeliers, celebrated hospitality designer Tony Chi marries traditional Chinese touches with modern sensibilities.
  • Asaya on the sixth floor,is one of the most comprehensive integrated urban wellness concepts in the city with a spa, gym, outdoor infinity pool and clean, nutrient-rich dishes at Asaya Kitchen. Going beyond the usual spa services, Asaya also features several in-house practitioners and visiting gurus who can help you with nutrition, physical training, psychology, mobility, meditation and naturopathy. And you can even enjoy cocooning wellness stays at the Asaya Lodges on the seventh floor.
  • The culinary options are bountiful. Eleven dining rooms range from signature Chinese restaurant The Legacy House to ultra-feminine tea lounge The Butterfly Room.
  • Come evening, check out DarkSide bar for live jazz, an inviting terrace and expertly crafted libations. There’s also a speakeasy, which specializes in thematic cocktails, but you’ll need the password to enter.

Things to Know

  • Before arrival, Rosewood Hong Kong’s guest services team will help you make restaurant reservations or any adjustments to bedding, pillow types and reading materials.
  • Conveniently located in Tsim Sha Tsui, the Hong Kong hotel sits at the doorstep of must-visit sites, including the Star Ferry, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Space Museum, Avenue of Stars, Victoria Dockside and the stunning K11 Musea art mall.
  • Suite guests have exclusive access to the 40th-floor Manor Club executive lounge, where all-day gourmet snacks, cocktails and 360-degree vistas of the city await.
  • This is one of the best places in the city for a wedding or event, with wrap-around harbor views and contemporary residential-style design in every venue.

The Rooms

  • Of the 413 rooms and suites, 80 percent feature incredible floor-to-ceiling harbor vistas.
  • Starting at 570 square feet, each gorgeous guest room honors the concept of a vertical estate with classic European touches, open sitting areas and freestanding bathtubs.
  • Suites are made even more sumptuous with double the space (starting at 1,270 square feet) and extra-large marble bathrooms outfitted with two showers, freeform bathtubs and in-mirror TVs.
  • While many travelers gravitate toward harbor-facing rooms, the Kowloon Peak Views are equally extraordinary. These accommodations afford impressive panoramas of the hyper-dense Kowloon cityscape with Hong Kong’s famed mountains in the backdrop.
  • For longer stays, Rosewood Residences has 186 studios, suites and duplexes — many of which include a private terrace.

The Restaurants

  • At The Legacy House, indulge in meticulously crafted dim sum, seafood dishes and Chinese favorites such as Peking duck, as well as a spread of delicate Shunde (a regional cuisine from the Pearl River Delta) fare such as minced fish soup and wok-fried milk with bird’s nest.
  • Mixing the best of both worlds, semi-casual Holt’s Cafe puts a modern twist on Hong Kong’s local cha chaan teng (1950s diner) culture with high-end tea and a menu of Eastern (hot and sour lobster soup) and Western (Maine lobster salad) favorites made with super-fresh ingredients.  The Tea Conservatory serves all-day authentic bites with a fine Chinese tea selection.
  • Don’t miss the ambitious afternoon tea at The Butterfly Room, where you can sample pastry chef Holger Deh’s meticulous creations and admire artwork by Damien Hirst. Don't miss the signature “butterfly kisses,” an indulgent chocolate and marshmallow confection.
  • Pescatarian meals can be found at Asaya Kitchen — a healthy, wholesome restaurant that focuses on sustainable sourcing and feel-good dishes with Mediterranean influences.
  • To let loose, visit market-like Bayfare Social where Spanish paella, tapas and alfresco cocktails are the order of the day. Sharing the space, Henry smokehouse and butcher shop rewards carnivores with dry-aged premium meats, housemade terrines, and artisanal sausages in a handsome, polished atmosphere.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Fitness classes
House car
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
NeighborhoodTsim Sha Tsui
HKG (22-35 min)  
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