The Ritz-Carlton Hotel

Hong Kong Family

The ultimate choice for classical refinement.

A few blocks from major financial institutions and shopping landmarks, It shares its location with the HSBC building, the Bank of China and the International Finance Centre (IFC Tower!): and is just a few steps from the Peak Tram and the world-renowned Star Ferry which offers transport between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon peninsula.

The luxurious guest rooms have uninterrupted views of Victoria Harbour to one side and the dramatic cityscape and The Peak to the other. Enormous beds with grand wooden headboards, delicate antique furniture and enveloping silk armchairs are sumptuous reminders of Hong Kong’s opulent post rather than its metallic future.

Italian marble bathrooms are lavishly fitted with double sinks, baths and a powerful shower. A Bath Butler is on hand to prepare your bath with candles, flowers and a range of essential oils. Special packages include the ‘Evening Out Bath’ with peppermint, rosemary and juniper to invigorate your body while a glass of champagne and chocolate-dipped strawberries will elevate your spirits and ready them for a night out in Hong Kong.

To unwind after an evening out, the Health Club is an intimate retreat equipped with a steam room, sauna and state-of the-art exercise facility. Massage and facial treatments-including the signature Chocolate Facial-pamper and soothe your body and mind. On a smart deck, hemmed in by some of the city’s most Innovative architecture, an outdoor pool and whirlpool allow you to lie bock in style and enjoy the sunshine. For more pressing work matters, you can depend on the secretarial services available to get your work settled on time.

With some of the city’s most renowned nightlife playing out on your doorstep, the choices for on enjoyable night out are endless. But if you prefer to spend the evening in the hotel, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong has six outstanding restaurants for you to choose from. Set In a romantic dining room, Toscana serves scrumptious antipasti and pasta dishes that are as refined as the surroundings. The Charter Lounge, a cosy drawing room decorated With exquisite Chinese art, makes for on elegant and relaxing evening With sensuous female vocals A traditional Cantonese restaurant, Lai Kar Heen, and an art deco-inspired Shanghai – Shanghai serves superb Chinese cuisine; while private tatami rooms in Sakaegawa are perfect for a business lunch or an inmate, romantic dinner.

To help you find time to enjoy the outstanding facilities and restaurants within the hotel, a personal shopper will track down everything from the perfect gift to a Ming dynasty chest, leaving you free for a private specialty bath, a soak in a bubbling outdoor whirlpool, a soothing facial or, as a matter of fact, whatever you would rather do instead.

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