Sneak Peek: The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

  • Photo by Grischa Ruschendorf
    International Commerce Centre Photo by Grischa Ruschendorf
  • Photo by H.G. Esch
    International Commerce Centre Photo by H.G. Esch
  • Photo by Grischa Ruschendorf
  • Photo by H.G. Esch

On May 3, The Ritz-Carlton will open a hotel atop the Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed International Commerce Center (ICC) in Kowloon, Hong Kong. Occupying the tower’s top 12 floors (106 to 117), The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong will be the tallest hotel in the world, reaching 1,600 feet above Victoria Harbor. The Ritz has 312 rooms (ranging from about $770 to $12,800 per night) and six dining venues, including a rooftop bar with Asian-style tapas and the Chocolate Library, which serves cocoa-infused dishes and drinks. Situated on the 116th floor is the Espa spa, which has nine treatment rooms, two couples’ suites, and an indoor pool.(+852.2263.2263, www.ritzcarlton.com/hongkong)

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