Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong becomes world’s highest hotel
Published on Mar 29, 2011
The Ritz- Carlton Hong Kong opened its doors yesterday. Occupying floors 102 to 118 of the 484-metre International Commerce Centre (ICC), the 75th member of the global Ritz-Carlton portfolio, and the 16th in Asia, overtakes Park Hyatt Shanghai as the highest hotel in the world. The landmark property features 312 rooms all off ering city and harbour views. The hotel’s six dining venues include Ozone, located on the hotel’s 118th floor, which features the world’s highest al fresco terrace. Other facilities include The Ritz-Carlton Spa by ESPA, which is located on the 116th floor and features nine treatment rooms, as well as a fitness centre, and an indoor infinity pool on the 118th floor, featuring a 28x7m LED screen on the ceiling that can display images and videos. The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong also has a 930m2 ballroom which forms part of a total 1,300m2 of meeting and event space at the hotel. “We have been able to create something truly spectacular to welcome our guests not just to the highest hotel in the world, but also to one of the very best hotels in the world. We are taking luxury to new heights in every sense,” said Herve Humler, President & Chief Operations Officer of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company.
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