Marble and lacquer decor, a gallery-worthy art collection, personalised butler service and jaw-dropping vistas of the Victoria Harbour. These are just a few of the luxuries you’ll enjoy during your stay at Hong Kong’s newest, decadent hotel.
When you arrive at the Rosewood Hong Kong in one of the hotel’s custom Range Rovers, you’ll be met with a 4.7 metre-long Henry Moore bronze sculpture. Such impressive artworks are found throughout the hotel, mirroring the revival of arts, design, and culture on the Kowloon waterfront.
Here, you’re within walking distance of the K11 Musea arts and retail space and the Xiqu Centre opera house. Guests will also be well placed for the M+ Museum opening in 2020.
Rosewood Hong Kong boasts a clever design that makes it feel as though you’re staying in a luxurious private residence, rather than a hotel. Stay in one of the 322 spacious guestrooms or 91 suites, which are among the largest in the city. Every room is primed for decadence with white marble bathtubs, Giorgetti armchairs, and drinks trolleys with Cristal d’Arques tumblers, along with a host of finer details you’ll continue to discover throughout your stay.
The piece-de-resistance of any room are the staggering views. Over 80% of the rooms boast panoramas of passing ferries, tugs, and junks crisscrossing the harbour. The remaining rooms impress with stunning vistas of Lion Rock and the scenic mountains.
Even the corridors form petite salons with seating areas, coffee table books, and complimentary food and beverages; think nougat and homemade madeleines on silver trays. Be sure to catch one of the roaming butlers serving cocktails from trolleys in the evening.
Or head straight to the 40th floor, where guests have access to the exclusive Manor Club, a captivating space mimicking a private members club. Here, you can take in the resplendent Victoria Harbour views while sampling complimentary cuisine and handcrafted drinks, enjoy the lively bar, or unwind in the games room.
Rosewood Hong Kong features a range of exquisite dining concepts, each with their own unique atmosphere. Holt’s Café is Rosewood’s signature Cantonese Café concept modelled on the city’s cha chaan teng diners with an East-meets-West menu of comfort food favourites.
Relax in a glamorous setting evoking Europe’s grand cafés where Holt’s Café and Tea Conservatory also serves fine Chinese teas. Taste fine regional Cantonese cuisine at The Legacy House amid standout Victoria Harbour views and dynamic open kitchens, or spend a night experimenting with DarkSide’s creative cocktails and fine dark spirits accompanied by live jazz, with a terrace overlooking the water.
Celebrate the opening of the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts’ first location in its home city of Hong Kong. Caroline can help you arrange a deluxe stay you’ll never forget. Contact her today at 1300 767 237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.