Rosewood Hong Kong, situated within the Victoria Dockside arts, design and conceptual retail district, will open March 17th next year.
Reservations are now being accepted as the hotel’s booking channels go live.
“As the ultra-luxury hospitality jewel of Victoria Dockside and also the latest and most comprehensive expression of my vision for the Rosewood brand, Rosewood Hong Kong will play an important role in the future narrative of Hong Kong and for the group,” said Sonia Cheng, chief executive of Rosewood Hotel Group.
“The hotel’s creative, innovative and distinctive offerings will bring new vibrancy to Hong Kong, establishing a compelling destination within Tsim Sha Tsui and the Kowloon waterfront and adding an important new and differentiated voice to the city’s luxury arena.”
The Rosewood Hong Kong tower’s statuesque, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates-designed, 65-storey exterior pays contemporary homage to the city’s verticality, with 43 floors dedicated to the hotel and its residences.
Standing on the site of the former Holt’s Wharf dating back to 1910, and later the New World Centre – which gained prominence during Hong Kong’s manufacturing heyday of the 1970s and 80s – a revolutionary approach to spatial design will create a waterfront oasis.
Rosewood Hong Kong’s artfully landscaped lawns, verdant gardens and terraces with immersive harbour views will reflect the refined spirit of the vertical estate, an homage to the brand’s beginnings in Dallas with the Mansion on Turtle Creek almost 40 years ago, artistically and masterfully designed by veteran hospitality guru Tony Chi of New York studio tonychi, and his visionary touchpoints defining the guest journey within it.
Rosewood Hong Kong will also host the first urban outpost of Asaya, Rosewood’s signature integrative wellness offering.
The Rosewood Residences will introduce 186 spacious, inspired interiors and uniquely positioned luxury accommodations designed for longer-term stays.
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