The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

A luxe Hong Kong skyscraper
Touting itself as the world’s tallest hotel, The Ritz-Carlton’s newest luxury oasis in the sky occupies the 102nd to 118th floor of Hong Kong’s iconic International Commerce Centre. The views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island can be enjoyed from every room, and when that doesn’t suffice, head up to the panoramic Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge or rooftop bar.

Guest rooms are tastefully decorated in rich red and beige hues, and boast flat-screen HDTVs, workstations, luxurious bedding and Wi-Fi. The six onsite restaurants afford you a chance to try a different cuisine every night from Chinese to Italian, and the spa is a great respite for work-weary travelers.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The hotel is home to Ozone, the highest rooftop bar in Hong Kong, which is on the 118th floor with a breathtaking view of the entire city by night.
  • You’ll find a stellar selection of restaurants at the hotel, but the premier place to dine is Tin Lung Heen. Make a reservation for this outstanding Chinese restaurant and experience firsthand why it’s so deliciously deserving of its reputation and international awards.
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is very kid-friendly. You’ll find high chairs in every restaurant to welcome little ones, and children will find a variety of foods among the buffet spread at Café 103.
  • With crystal chandeliers in bold colors that glitter and bling in contemporary style, each part of Hong Kong hotel, from the rooms to the restaurants, have their own chic style.
  • There’s special something about the way the staff at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is always happy to assist guests. No task is too small or menial and it’s done with a smile.
Things to Know
  • It’s hard to complain while working out on the 118th floor with advanced Technogym equipment that does things like count reps for you.
  • There’s a sitting area with sweets on the ninth floor of the building housing the Four-Star hotel. We suggest you pop down to the ground floor entrance of the building to enjoy a bite.
  • Each night, you’ll feel special to find your room prepared for sleep and a tiny box with good night chocolates. What’s not to like?
The Rooms
  • Rooms are done in soothing neutral tones of beige and cream, accented by natural wood surfaces and expanses of marble in the bathrooms.
  • Black lacquer pieces, woven fabrics and ikebana-inspired fresh flowers add a subtle Asian feeling, while spacious rooms and multiple closets make settling into your room easy.
  • The centerpiece of the room is the bed, topped with high thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets, four fluffy feather pillows and an abundance of silky throws.
  • Every bathroom at the hotel is appointed with cool, gleaming marble, which immediately sets a classic and luxurious tone. Bath lovers will rejoice in the deep tub with a shower spray accompanied by a dish of scented bath salts.
The Restaurants
  • You can get Cantonese cuisine without leaving the Hong Kong hotel at Tin Lung Heen, which serves up items like dim sum and tea, and is open daily for lunch and dinner.
  • For Western world delicacies, Tosca di Angelo serves up Italian food from an open kitchen daily for lunch and dinner, plus Sunday brunch.
  • And then there’s Café 103, which serves a lunch and dinner buffet and chocolate afternoon tea.
  • With floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing a sensational view of the Hong Kong city skyline, The Lounge and Bar offers all-day dining, traditional afternoon tea, an organic salad bar, an à la carte menu and cocktails in the evening.
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Getting There
International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong
HKG (22-35 min)  
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
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