There is no shortage of luxury at this Hong Kong hotel, which recently opened in the Victoria Dockside arts and design district. With amazing water views, multiple restaurants and lounge sand two floors dedicated to Rosewood’s “Asaya” wellness program, there’s something for everyone. Including those who want to stay for more than just a few days, thanks to the property’s Rosewood Residences, which cater specifically to longer visits.
Overlooking the iconic Hong Kong skyline,this 65-story hotel is located in the Victoria Dockside arts and design district on Victoria Harbor. About 30 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport, the property is also close to the ferry terminal and the metro. Don’t want to deal with a taxi or not planning to rent a car? The hotel has cars, including a Range Rover and Jaguar XL, and can arrange your chauffeured ride.
It’s stylish luxury coupled with great water views at this property. In fact, the hotel truly maximizes its waterside location, with harbor views from the majority of its rooms, (we’re not kidding: It’s more than 80 percent of them) as well as many of the restaurants and lounges. In total, there are 413 rooms and suites, including 91 suites. Rooms offer a contemporary design, with natural tones and well-placed pops of color, and amenities ranging from walk-in closets to soaking tubs, and more. There are 18 “signature suites” opening soon, including the 57th floor “Harbor House,” where you’ll find a private pool, gym, and terrace. If you’re planning to be in Hong Kong for a while, consider the 186 Rosewood Residences—part of the hotel and created for longer stays—which has its own entrance, pool, and fitness center.
Along with the location (read our feature story on Rosewood Hong Kong for an in-depth look), you’ll find great dining and wellness options, plus amenities like the exclusive Manor Club. Located on the 40th floor, access to the Manor Club comes when you book a suite (and certain rooms) and offers everything from 24-hour butler service to a game room and dining area, and more. As far as wellness goes, Rosewood’s “Asaya” wellness program is on hand here—the first in one of the brand’s city hotels. Opening soon, wellness offerings will be spread out over two floors of the hotel, and include an almost 3,000-square-foot, 24-hour fitness center, an outdoor infinity pool overlooking the Harbor, and a variety of tailored-to-you programs. When it comes to dining, there are eight restaurants and lounges on the property, ranging from international comfort food at Holt’s Cafe to Chinese and Shunde dining on the menu at The Legacy House to the gorgeously-designed desserts at Butterfly Patisserie and a new afternoon tea service at The Butterfly Room. When it’s time to unwind, there’s DarkSide, with its lush curtains and club chairs, that “is a sophisticated, timeless celebration of rare aged spirits, vintage cigars and confident classic cocktails complemented by sultry live jazz.” Those looking to host a meeting or event won’t be disappointed: There are 11 event spaces, with the over 10,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom that can hold upwards of 1,000 people.
If you book with First in Service, you’ll receive breakfast for two every day, a $100 hotel credit, a room upgrade, if available, and a welcome note on arrival.