Hong Kong Ritz-Carlton Tallest Hotel

Ritz-Carlton is set to open the world’s tallest hotel in Hong Kong on March 2011. The 312-bedroom hotel will occupy floors 102 to 118 on the International Commerce Centre located by the Kowloon waterfront. The building stands 484 metres high being Hong Kong’s tallest building. Its the fourth tallest in the world, behind Dubai’s Burj Khalifa (828m), the Taipei 101 Tower in Taiwan (509m) and China’s Shanghai World Finance Centre (492m).

The hotel has an indoor pool on the 118th floor which is claimed to be the highest pool in the world. All rooms at the Ritz will include WiFi, iPod docking stations and flat screen TVs.

More views of the hotel below.

Phulay Bay, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has recently announced the opening of Phulay Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve. Phulay Bay is a 54-villa and pavilion boutique hotel on the shores of the Adaman Sea overlooking amazing views of southern Thailand. The resort was designed by Thai architect Lek Bunnag and is a combination of modern styling with inspiration from Thai, Middle Eastern and Moroccan cultures. Guests will be enriched in the environment with the resorts own scent, signature drink, and stunning scenery from both inside their villa and all throughout the resort.

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