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Why We Love This Hotel :

Record breaking: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is the tallest hotel in the world.

Sheer size:The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong has the highest swimming pool and bar in the world.

Views: Spectacular view of Victoria Harbour, the New Territories or the main Hong Kong island from each restaurant, bar and room.


Guests needn’t venture outside of their hotel to be entertained, pampered, wined and dined. The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong lives up to its grand status being the tallest hotel in the world with equally impressive facilities and services. The hotel features a large spa, fitness center, indoor infinity pool with an LED ceiling display screen. As well as a range of restaurants, a ballroom and meeting rooms.

Fitness Centre

The modern fitness center at the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong is the world’s highest fitness center at 1607 feet.


The award-winning hotel Spa by ESPA is located on the 116th floor and measures 9,257 square feet. The spa has nine private treatment rooms and two couples rooms. The spa boasts awesome city views and a range of treatments and packages. Guests may choose from Asian and western inspired massages, scrubs, facials, aromatherapy, reflexology, waxing and nail treatments.

Swimming Pool

The indoor infinity pool at the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong is the world’s highest swimming pool at 1607 feet.


The Ritz-Carlton has six different dining options including regional and international cuisine, fine and casual dining, classic afternoon tea and creative cocktails on a rooftop bar. All venues come with spectacular views and impeccable service.  

The Lounge and Bar

The Lounge and Bar is open all day serving breakfast, buffets afternoon tea and dinner.

Cafe 103

Enjoy a signature chocolate themed afternoon tea with fabulous views.


Drink in the world’s highest bar at Ozone. The ultra-modern and somewhat surreal bar serves rare wines, beers, spirits and creative cocktails alongside a menu of light snacks. The food choices range from US and European oysters, sushi, sashimi, top Iranian caviar and other Asian inspired tapas. Guests may enjoy stunning views whilst relaxing in the contemporary seating areas. 

Pastry Gems

The boutique bakery, located in the arrival lobby, serves a selection of fresh pastries, cakes, breads and sandwiches. 

Tin Lung Heen

Located on the 102nd floor, Tin Lung Heen serves traditional Hong Kong Dim Sum and Cantonese delicacies. The restaurant, boasting two Michelin stars, is run by Chef Paul Lau Ping Lui who is one of the top Cantonese chefs in Hong Kong and comes with 34 years of experience. Expect to find pork wontons with ginger and spring onion, char-grilled Iberian pork and wok-fried frog’s legs with salt and pepper.


Tosca has an open kitchen allowing for a dramatic dining experience and specializes in Southern Italian cuisine. Expect to see delights such as parmigiana wrapped with spaghetti, fried anchovies filled with Buffalo mozzarella and crispy chickpeas, charcoal crusted Wagyu beef tenderloin and foie gras sphere potato flan, and chocolate almond cake, limoncello gelato, vanilla and dried fruit jelly on the menu.



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