There are 312 guest rooms and all have an amazing view of either Hong Kong City or Victoria Harbour. The views are like no other in Hong Kong and as soon as we got to our room, we must have spent a good 10 minutes admiring the different perspective of the city and the surrounding island. We had great weather and could literally see for miles; from our great height on the 114th floor the boats below looked like toys and the streams of traffic flowing over the 1000m Stonecutters Bridge were positively minuscule; it’s a view that is hypnotising.
The Club Lounge is on the 116th floor, a staggering 465 meters above sea level; expect those spectacular views of the city and Victoria Harbour from all angles, enjoyed through floor to ceiling windows. Service is attentive and personal, something that is always helpful when you are a guest that has special requirements like being vegan.
If you can drag yourself away from admiring the views and relaxing in the Club Lounge, then the pool is the place to head to; it’s quite simply stunning. Located on the 116th floor it’s the highest pool and spa in the world (so you’ll get those awesome views here too); swim, relax poolside on one of the cool loungers or sit in one of the 3 jacuzzis (cold, warm and hot) enjoying a feeling that you really are somewhere special.
There’s no doubt that The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is one of those remarkable, world class and ‘must visit’ kind of places, but we’re never 100% sold until we’ve tested out the vegan food. We checked in to find out just how vegan friendly this luxury hotel could be.