23 AUGUST 2010

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Article from BTNews 23 AUGUST 2010

Hong Kong gets World's tallest hotel

RITZ-CARLTON will make a magnificent return to Hong Kong when it opens the world’s tallest hotel in the city in the first quarter of 2011.  The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, occupying floors 102 to 118 of the International Commerce Centre (ICC) in Kowloon, is now reaching completion.  It promises to be an outstanding venture with 312 guest rooms all providing spectacular city and harbour views.  Club room guests will enjoy the panoramic Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge with complimentary food and beverage presentations 24 hours a day, as well as a dedicated Club Concierge, work stations, meeting rooms and wi-fi throughout.  Six dining venues are highlighted starting on the 102nd floor, including Chinese and Italian restaurants.  The rooftop bar will be a truly stunning venue at 1600ft (490m) above sea level with outstanding views over Hong Kong.  The hotel also features a fully equipped fitness centre and an indoor pool on the 118th floor. www.ritzcarlton.com

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