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Rosewood Hong Kong

Skyscraping Splendor

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Sat, Dec 19 - Fri, Dec 25
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Hong Kong

Rosewood Hong Kong

Skyscraping Splendor

What it is

An exquisite 413-room ultra-luxe retreat towering 65 floors over the Hong Kong skyline, with a holistic spa and sixth floor infinity pool that appears to blend into Victoria Harbour.

What it isn't

For acrophobics. In a skyscraper like this, they may want to book elsewhere—or risk losing their marbles on the

What we think

When a hotel’s nickname is “The Vertical Estate,” you know it’s going to be next-level amazing. And it is, literally. Take the 40th floor “Manor Club,” where guests can go for all manner of VIP coddling, any hour of the day (yes, there’s a pristine craft cocktail bar, shoe shines and 24-hour butler service). Or the plush interiors—designed by Tony Chi in what could easily be mistaken for Ralph Lauren goes to Hong Kong: blues and whites, with glossy blonde woods and mirrors at every turn that maximise space, plus deep soaking tubs in the marble-lined bathrooms. Ask for a view of Kowloon Peak and you’ll never want to leave.

You're here because

You’re an unabashed art geek, and the hotel’s museum-quality collection includes decidedly boldfaced names: Damien Hirst and Henry Moore among them. One particular jaw-dropper: Bharti Kher’s life-sized Indian elephant in a state of collapse.

The Moment

By now, several days into your stay, you’ve tried every one of the five on-site restaurants—and decided The Butterfly Room is your favorite, and not just because of the strict dress code. Tucked into a channel-tufted settee, you smile as waiters buzz around you proffering the delicacies of pastry and confectionery trolleys—feeling quite like a butterfly yourself.

Location

Set directly on Kowloon Harbour, you’re within a 12 minute stroll of Hung Hom train station and seconds from the outdoor sculptures of Salisbury Garden and the Hong Kong Museum of Art.

Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Hong Kong

Restaraunts & Bars

- Holt's Cafe - Traditional Chinese tea house

- The Legacy House - Refined regional Cantonese cuisine

- DarkSide - Creative cocktails at the hotel’s discreet, richly ambient bar