The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong: Presidential Suite – A sneak peek

One cannot really put a price on luxury. But for HK$100,000 ($12,200, plus a 10 per cent service charge), you can now get 3,920-sq-ft of unparallel luxury on the 117th floor of The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong – space truly befitting a king. And we aren’t exaggerating by any measures. To start with, the room has been designed to resemble the inside of a jewelry box. From its dramatic chandelier standing majestically over a dark wood dining table at the suite’s entrance, a 600-thread count king bed surrounded by mother of pearl walls, the room exuded royalty. The epitome of luxury does not stop with the look and feel of the suite.
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Guests can expect a lot for their money. Interconnecting king rooms, walk-in closet, and en suite marble bathroom with a 32-inch flat-screen LCD television, Kohler shower enclosure, and a Whirlpool complemented with Acqua di Parma bath amenities. The gadgets continue in the Ritz-Carlton suite with a 55inch LED television, state-of-the-art Bang and Olufsen iPod dock, and the Harmon Kardon home theater system. Business travelers will have access to a mini-office within the suite that features a full desk with an iMac, wireless Internet access, private fax machine and scanner, dedicated phone lines, and four individual flat-screen TVs set in the wall. A separate kitchenette and connecting rooms make the suite a popular choice for politicians and large delegations. A private butler is also available to facilitate your every need, from arranging your personal shopper to drawing the perfect bath in your in-room sauna. The suite comes complete with a telescope to admire the breathtaking views.
The address
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong,
International Commerce Centre,
1 Austin Road West,
Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2263 2263
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The Bathroom
Master Bedroom
Dressing table
Walk in Wardrobe
The Office
Four TV screens so you dont miss a thing.
A telescope pointed at Hong Kong – Central.

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