Exploring the Heights at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong: A Review of the World’s Tallest Hotel

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Inside the world’s highest hotel: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong (+ review)

Hong Kong is renowned for its stunning skyline, but nestled among its impressive skyscrapers is a hotel that truly stands out – The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong. Located in the heart of the city, this luxurious hotel holds the prestigious title of being the highest hotel in the world, offering guests breathtaking views and unparalleled extravagance.

Situated on the upper floors of the International Commerce Centre, which stands at an astonishing 490 meters (1,614 feet), The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is not just a hotel, but a testament to modern architecture and design. As you step into this extravagant establishment, you are immediately greeted by opulence at every turn.

One of the most remarkable aspects of this hotel is its breathtaking views. Each of the 312 guest rooms and suites boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, providing guests with panoramic vistas of Victoria Harbour, the bustling city below, and even the distant mountains. Can you imagine waking up to such awe-inspiring views every morning?

In addition to the breathtaking scenery, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong offers a variety of world-class amenities and facilities. For those seeking relaxation, the hotel’s spa, located on the 116th floor, provides an oasis of tranquility with its array of treatments and therapies. If you prefer a more active way to unwind, the hotel features the highest swimming pool in the world, also located on the 118th floor. Imagine taking a dip in a glass-enclosed pool while enjoying stunning views of the cityscape below – an experience like no other.

Furthermore, food enthusiasts are in for a treat, as the hotel is home to six award-winning dining establishments, including Michelin-starred Tin Lung Heen and Tosca di Angelo. Each restaurant offers a unique culinary experience, ranging from traditional Cantonese cuisine to Italian specialties, ensuring guests’ taste buds are always satisfied.

The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is not just a hotel; it is an experience that will leave you in awe. From its breathtaking views, luxurious accommodations, and world-class amenities, it truly embodies the epitome of luxury and elegance.

Fun facts:
1. The hotel is so high up that it is above the clouds on some foggy days, giving guests a surreal feeling of floating in the sky.
2. The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong holds the Guinness World Record for having the highest swimming pool in a building.
3. The hotel has a helipad on its rooftop, allowing VIP guests to arrive and depart in a truly grand fashion.

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46 thoughts on “Exploring the Heights at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong: A Review of the World’s Tallest Hotel”

  1. It is a good idea for people to visit Mainland China, regardless of whether for business or for leisure. Hong Kong was used to be the only city in China that westerners go to. Recently, there have been too many violent protests in Hong Kong. Tourists are not recommended to stay in Hong Kong. I personally recommend transiting through Hong Kong to Macau, Shenzhen and Zhuhai (a city in Guangdong province) by the relatively new Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge and the Shenzhen Bay Bridge, which is part of Asian Highway 1. Then, they can visit Shanghai and Beijing.

  2. The hotel seemed very dark. The room appeared very elegant but small. I will say though I almost had an anxiety attack when you panned out the window - Its beautiful with you showing the room and hotel - but it not somewhere I could stay simply for the height issue alone.

  3. I just saw a ritz carlton video of the cayman island location and it looked like it had ceramic tile in the bathroom. They should keep the standard of luxury consistent. Also, their sarasota location has peel and eat shrimp in the restaurant which is a super low class decision. Im reallly pissed at them for this. Something needs to come of this.

  4. Oui, vbelle reception.
    Beaux corridors. On sent bien qu'on est en Asie 1.58
    3.59 " low clouds" ou pollution ?
    Est-ce que c'est souvent les "clear days " à Hong Kong ? ( 4.09 ). En tout cas, dans de telles conditions, la vue est belle.
    "Evening's hors-d'oeuvres " très sympa à partir de 4.44
    Belle piscine avec l'aquarium et les fauteuils de relaxation au fond en 5.05, mais alors dehors....
    Vivement que la planète soit remise en état et que le ciel soit pur à Hong Kong comme partout ailleurs !

  5. Omg I have been here before! Everything was totally awesome and the people were extremely nice! They even wrote a letter to me! The only bad part was going up and down the elevator. It look so long and my ears would hurt (due to the pressure changes). Other than that, awesome place!

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