The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong (Chinese: 香港麗思卡爾頓酒店) is a Ritz-Carlton five-star hotel in the International Commerce Centre, West Kowloon, Hong Kong. It occupies the 102 to 118 floors of Sun Hung Kai Properties-owned International Commerce Centre, offering 312 rooms and making it the world’s highest hotel.
The hotel features both a bar and a pool located on 118th floor, which is the highest bar and swimming pool in the world respectively.
History[edit source | edit]
The hotel opened for business 29 March 2011.
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References[edit source | edit]
- Zoe Li (29 March 2011). “The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong: The world’s highest hotel opens”. cnngo.com.
- Press release: “The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong will cease operations January 1, 2008, Future properties now under development in Macau and Kowloon” (archive)
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- Official website of The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
- Zoe Li (11 August 2010). “High at the Ritz: Unrivalled views at the world’s tallest hotel”. cnngo.com.
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