Rosewood Hong Kong to Open March 2019

(Photo provided by Rosewood Hong Kong)

Rosewood Hotels and Resorts has announced a debut date for its new flagship hotel: March 17, 2019. The Rosewood Hong Kong will occupy 43 floors of a 65-story waterfront skyscraper overlooking Victoria Harbour.

Rosewood Hong Kong’s 322 guestrooms and 91 suites will fill 27 floors of the tower. Eighty percent of these rooms will come with views of the harbor. The best of the accommodations, two 10,764-square-foot suites, will reside on the 57th floor. The Harbour House and The Garden House suites feature landscaped gardens, sun decks with private lap pools, a private gym and wraparound views of Victoria Harbour from their private terraces.

The new property will offer eight dining venues, with a majority of these featuring al fresco terraces overlooking the water. Guests will be able to visit the Chinese tea house Holt’s Café, regional Cantonese restaurant The Legacy House or the hotel’s bar Darkside. On the 40th floor, the Manor Club will be an exclusive lounge offering food options, a bar and a games room. Additionally, the Rosewood Hong Kong will house the brand’s first urban location of its wellness offering Asaya.

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Rosewood Hong Kong will provide 186 residences. These accommodations will offer a separate private entrance and dedicated facilities on the 53rd floor that will include an indoor swimming pool and a private fitness center. Rosewood Residences will also accommodate guests traveling with pets.

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