Guided by its "Sense of Place" philosophy which reflects the location’s history, geography and culture into the hotel’s design and spirit, the property is now a part of the iconic Hong Kong skyline. The new 43-floor multi-use tower sits harbor-side on Salisbury Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, the site of the former New World Center. Occupying the top 27 floors, the hotel will offer 413 guest rooms, 8 dining options, a fitness center, swimming pool, and will be the first urban home to Rosewood’s signature Asaya holistic wellness center. Rosewood club members will be able to access the Manor Club exclusive lounge and an array of privileges and amenities. At the very top of the tower will be 186 residences, a dedicated lounge, indoor swimming pool and fitness center for long-stay guests.
Perfect Views: The Rosewood Hong Kong is in a prime location, offering views of The Peak, Victoria Harbor, and Kowloon. Choose a room based on your view preference, or take a trip up to the 40th floor and the Manor Club, for wraparound panoramas of all angles.
Pampered Pets: A rarity for luxury hotels in Hong Kong, the Rosewood is pet-friendly and ideal if you're traveling with a furry friend. Special pet services include welcome treats, a sumptuous bed, recommendations of local pet-friendly bars and restaurants, as well as an in-house pet menu by Director of Culinary Operations, Chef Sandro Gamba.
This suite spans 1,270 square feet and has a wide-ranging view of the cityscape. Guests may have the room appointed with one king-size bed or two twins, and the interior exudes regality with well-curated decorative pieces. Bathroom fixtures are marble anchored by an indulgent freeform bath. There are also twin sinks, twin showers, and a spacious walk-in closet. This refined suite includes Manor Club access with a private butler.
Harbor view rooms boast an expansive view from Causeway Bay to east Tsim Sha Tsui. The ultra-residential interior features an eclectic design aesthetic, complete with curated objets d'art and thoughtful amenities. The 570-square-foot room can be appointed with either one king-size bed or two twins, and the marble bathroom is fitted with a freestanding bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and a spacious walk-in closet. An additional bed can be provided upon request.
Boasting 570 square feet of space, this decadent room treats guests to an exceptional view of Hong Kong's iconic harbor. The room's livable, yet luxurious, interior aesthetic is the result of a combination of eclectic objets d'art, curated interior details, and thoughtful amenities. There is also a generous marble bathroom complete with a freestanding bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and a spacious walk-in closet.
This 570-square-foot luxury room boasts panoramic views of the harbor. The interior exudes a warm, understated level of class that is accentuated with elegant art pieces. This room can be appointed with a king-size bed or two twins, and an additional bed can be provided upon request. The marble bathroom is fitted with a freestanding bath, twin sinks and twin showers, and a spacious walk-in closet. Additionally, guests staying in the Club Grand Harbor View Room are granted admission to the Manor Club.
Facing north and looking out over the glimmering Kowloon cityscape, this 570-square-foot, ultra-residential room is just as stunning at first glance as the surrounding view. The bedroom features either a king-size bed or two twins, as well as an extra bed that can be provided upon request. Guests may freshen up in a marble bathroom with a freestanding bath, twin showers, and an ample walk-in closet. On clear days, guests can even get a glimpse of the Lion's Rock and Sha Tin mountains in the distance from the comfort of their room.
Covering 1,130 square feet, this suite boasts waterfront views. The spacious corner layout exudes residential luxury with ornate details and decorative pieces. The marble bathroom is centered on a lavish bath, and there are twin sinks, twin showers, and a generous walk-in closet. This suite includes Manor Club access, as well as a personal butler.
The 1,324-square-foot Harbor Corner Suite offers expansive waterfront views of Causeway Bay. Guests can spot the renowned opera center of Hong Kong, along with other iconic sights, from their chic suite that exudes residential luxury. The spacious room is appointed with a king-size bed, and the bathroom features a freeform bath, twin sinks, twin showers, and a generous walk-in closet. This suite includes Manor Club access and a personal butler.
Guests can enjoy glittering panoramic harbor views from this 1,323-square-foot suite. This luxurious accommodation blends refined, curated details with thoughtful amenities, and it is anchored by an indulgent king-size bed. The bathroom features a freeform bath, twin sinks, twin showers, and a generous walk-in closet. This suite includes Manor Club access and a personal butler.
As the hotel's premier suite, the Manor Suite covers 1,873 square feet and provides magnificent harbor views. The chic, luxurious accommodation includes plenty of space to unwind, including a living area and dining room. The bedroom features a king-size bed, and an extra bed can be provided upon request. The full bathroom has a freeform bath, twin sinks, twin showers, and a roomy walk-in closet. There is also a guest powder room included. Guests who stay at this suite enjoy Manor Club access and a personal butler.
The 25-meter-long outdoor infinity pool looks out across Vitoria Harbor from the sixth floor. Guests can enjoy the expansive, unobstructed view of the city from the pool or a number of loungers along its edge. There are also a variety of snacks, drinks, and tempting edible delights available poolside.
Aiming to provide complete wellness for the mind, body, and inner self, this spa offers a vast range of holistic, therapeutic, and aesthetic treatments and programs. Expert therapists and holistic coaches are on hand to ensure a world-class experience befitting a premier Hong Kong hotel.
Located next to the pool, this 2,798-square-foot fitness center offers state-of-the-art equipment, personal coaches, and dedicated spaces for yoga and meditation. Guests perform their exercise regiments as they look out across the harbor, and an expert fitness team is on hand to help patrons reach their health and fitness goals with personalized programs.
Set on the hotel's 40th floor, the Manor Club offers a private sanctuary where guests can unwind and enjoy unparalleled wraparound views of Hong Kong’s storied Victoria Harbor. The handsome, ultra-residential interiors foster a cozy club environment. A team of butlers provides discreet and personalized service at all times, ensuring that no detail is overlooked and no request is left unattended.
Guests wanting to take a piece of the Rosewood's luxury home with them need look no further than the Butterfly Patisserie where a wide range of delectable desserts and artisan confections produced by resident pastry maestro, chef Holger Deh, are available. Seasonal options like handcrafted, bite-sized Butterfly Kisses are beautifully packaged and make for a perfect gift. Other creations like a Tahitian Vanilla Mille Feuille and Chocolate Fleur de Sel Caramel are also available.
This premium boutique showcases signature chocolates, pristine pastries, vibrant gelato, artful cakes, and seasonal specialties in a high jewelry atelier setting. The patisserie is headed by Holger Deh, an award-winning pastry chef who worked around the globe before bringing his talents to the Rosewood Hong Kong.
This sophisticated, chic bar is a celebration of rare aged spirits and classic cocktails. Sultry live jazz sets the mood, and the bar's director, Arkadiusz Rybak, is a veteran mixologist who can pull from an extensive industry network to assemble a selection of rare and vintage spirits. The spirits selection spans back to the early 19th Century and includes exclusive casks of single-harvest tawny port from 1969 and Grande Champagne cognac aged in oak. There is also an extensive library of choice rum, whiskey, and calvados. The bar’s concept pays homage to Kowloon’s “Dark Side” moniker, and the seductive environment takes patrons back to bygone times.
This restaurant provides an upscale, contemporary take on Hong Kong’s traditional Cha Chaan Teng culture. Guests dine on a selection of homey, comforting local dishes and international cuisine. There is also a generous buffet available for breakfast, and this stylish parlor also offers an assortment of traditional, high-end teas.
Featuring shell-shaped chairs that sit beneath a rainbow of Damien Hirst acrylics, the Butterfly Room is an elegant all-day lounge that offers everything from a simple continental breakfast and mid-day coffee to luxurious afternoon tea and pre-dinner drinks. The afternoon tea is a highlight with a modern progression of refined savory bites along with sandwiches and warm scones, followed by pastries and delicate confections.
Paying homage to Dr. Cheng Yu-Tung – founder of New World Development, which owns the Rosewood Hotel Group – this Chinese restaurant offers stunning views from its main dining room, and there are also seven exclusive private rooms overlooking Victoria Dockside, which the visionary chairman first developed in the 1970s as the iconic New World Centre. Chef Li Chi Wai, who brings two decades worth of culinary prowess to the kitchen, heads the restaurant. The menu places a special emphasis on dishes from the Shunde region of Guangdong, but Li Chi Wai is also a master of Jinglu, Sichuan, Mongolian, and Haiyang fare, making for an especially large selection of Chinese dishes.
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