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By Elite Traveler | January 13 2020
One of the highest hotels in the world, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong gives new meaning to sky-high living from its perch on floors 102 to 118 of Kowloon’s International Commerce Centre. Upon walking into the glossy lobby, you’re welcomed by dramatic panoramic views of Hong Kong from double-height, floor-to-ceiling windows. Hotel newcomers will be keen to explore some of its other superlatives, including the rooftop Ozone Bar, one of the highest bars in the world, and the two-Michelin-starred Tin Lung Heen restaurant. Even more impressive is The Ritz-Carlton Suite on the 117th floor. The one-bedroom suite has 270-degree views over Victoria Harbour and the city skyline, a dining area, spacious living room with mirrored ceilings, Chinese artwork and decor, and oversized crystal chandeliers. Guests of the suite will receive Rolls-Royce airport transfers and have a chauffeur for the duration of their stay, along with personal butler service.