Nestled in the centre of the megacity, Rosewood Hong Kong is a metaphorical island of unparalleled comfort, designed to conceal the roar of urbanity and offer a retreat for both the mind and the body. The hotel has been highly anticipated, and having just opened on the 17th of March 2019, it is Rosewood’s latest addition to the hotel group’s fleet of 24 one-of-a-kind luxury properties.
Rosewood’s A Sense of Place philosophy endeavours to embrace the individual location’s history, culture, and sensibilities, creating an experience which reaches below the surface level of every destination. In reflecting this philosophy, Rosewood Hong Kong seeks to acquaint its guests with the city’s tranquillity – stunning sea-views are accessible from eighty per cent of the rooms due to the hotel’s exclusive harbour location, and artfully landscaped lawns and gardens deliver a more residential-style experience. The vertical estate is a homage to the brand’s beginnings in Dallas, masterfully designed by the veteran hospitality guru Tony Chi of New York studio tonychi.
Eclectic luxury is central to the property’s generously-developed accommodations, which comprise 322 guestrooms, starting at 53 square metres (570-square-foot) and 91 suites, starting at 92 square metres (990-square-foot), distinguishing Rosewood Hong Kong’s rooms as among the largest in the city – an enviable title in a place where space is synonymous with affluence. Outstanding signature suites, including the 1,000-square-metre (10,764-square feet) Harbour House, present their residents with a private sky terrace on the 57th floor, private lap pools, and a state-of-the-art private gym.
Rosewood Hong Kong delivers upon its promise of contemporary authenticity through its eight dining concepts, each possessing a distinctive character and unique flavour, with the majority of venues featuring al fresco terraces and views overlooking the water. Hong Kong’s Chinese legacy is carefully translated into a gastronomical marvel – through the refined regional Cantonese cuisine at The Legacy House, and the Chinese tea house Holt’s Café.
Solidifying this retreat’s claim to ultra-luxury, Rosewood Hong Kong houses the first urban outpost of Asaya, Rosewood’s signature holistic wellness offering, which spans over two floors and revolves around specific individual wellness goals. The membership programme encompasses alternative therapies and rituals, enriching fitness and lifestyle activities, healthy eating plans, a dedication to pure, authentic ingredients and specially designed social spaces for relaxation and reflection. True to Rosewood’s A Sense of Place philosophy, Asaya aims to build a sense of community for both the local residents and global Asaya guests alike.
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