The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong (chinesisch 香港麗思卡爾頓酒店) ist ein 5-Sterne-Hotel der Ritz-Carlton-Gruppe im International Commerce Centre in West Kowloon, Hongkong. Es befindet sich in den Etagen 102 bis 118 des International Commerce Centre, das im Besitz der Sun Hung Kai Properties ist, und ist damit das weltweit höchste Hotel.
Very touristy place. You pay hkd 188 per adult. Then take an elvevator up over 390 meters. Was there over sunset and the views were beautiful. Enjoyed the the savory crepe and cappuccino at the cafe. One floor up above the sky 100 is a floor that has Japanese and Chinese cuisine. You don’t have to pay anything except the meals .
Beautiful view right from the top of the tower, went during the day but night time should have a more fantastic view. Dining and quick shopping are also available, there's even a corner where the movie Cold War took place. Book online and you should be able to get cheaper tickets. Really recommend going!
The Sky view was very interested for me. Hong Kong has many small Mt. Also I think provably a night view is so beautiful. But it was a little pity because weather wasn't clear.
Great experience. Very nice view and not so expensive :)
When I came up here to attend a press conference on January 23, 2018, there was not much to observe top down as it was a hazy afternoon. I believed visitors coming up especially must be even more disappointed as part of the deck was reserved for the function. Anyhow, the few-seconds ride up and down 100 floors and the feeling of "been-there, done-that" in Hong Kong cannot be bad!
This observation decks provided stunning views of Hong Kong's iconic skyline. The staff were very friendly and the place was well decked out - the lift up was pretty cool, but it was impossible to take decent photos during my evening visit. The glass was very dirty and was reflective, not ideal when you want to take some snaps. The food and drink in the cafe area is expensive, the ham and cheese crepes I had were average at best. Also it was a bit of pain to find the entrance within Elements mall, is well hidden and poorly sign posted.
Taller than other buildings around. The views were ok, a little cloudy, BUT they take your photo on green screen at the start and I look like I'm flying over Hong Kong!!!! Such a great pic for the family Christmas card. Had a Diet Coke at the cafe. A little too cold for my taste and no straw, but I give five starts because of the stellar pic. May try to get a copy made into a magnet or a coaster for the fam too.
Looking for the best 360 views of HK? This was truly amazing! I went during the day. Be sure to go when the sun is out and not overcast. I'm sure the night views are spectacular. The entrance is within the Elements Mall. There's alot of factual information about the different landmarks you're looking at. Inside is a gift shop and a few snack bars. Be sure to treat yourself to the soft-serve ice cream at the Ritz Carlton Cafe.
Of course, the view of Hong Kong is unparalleled in this location. I recommend going at night, and, if you're going with someone else, buy the ticket package for couples! You'll save a lot of money. Otherwise it would be too expensive to even bother going! Besides offering a beautiful view of the city and an interesting history of the city upon your entrance, there's not much else.
If you want to see Hong Kong‘ skyline, this is the place to go. It has lots of free photo area and interesting things to see for the whole family. It’s located inside Element shopping arcade. Take lots of virtual reality pictures.
Impressive but simple. Angle of the corner made it difficult to take a picture of BoC building and glass was also too reflective. Souvenir shop very basic and lacking appropriate tower presents. Considering this is the only metropolitan observation deck, it could've been done better. It is however a must see anyway if you're an observation deck enthusiast.
Was 5 star until interaction with a staff member at the souvenir shop of the observation deck. Refused to take our money as it was not crisp. Treated us rudely and refused service. We ended up going to another counter of the souvenir shop to use our money with no issues.
Great views and modern facilities, but staff can be a little rude at times. A good place to visit for the first time as it has 360 degree views of Hong Kong, but if you have done it once, there really isn't much else to do up there. The are plenty of other places that have 360 views of Hong Kong that provides better value for money but not from the 100th floor.
This is one of the best place to see the entire Hong Kong. Its in 100 story building. As compared to cost of the ticket, this is a good value. You can spend almost 2 to 3 hours in the place. You need really a good camera to see all direction from the top.
Awesome place to visit! There's a cafe up there and souvenir store! I really enjoyed it with my family! Even though it was quite foggy that day it still didn't dampen my excitement to see part of Hong Kong at such a high vantage point! They have their own app for IOS and Android and packed with features and information about Sky100. The AR feature was quite nice. Would love to visit again. But at night time :)
I liked the observatory very much. I was there on Thursday late afternoon - place was not crowded. The views from top are really nice. Both during daytime and night. You can also observe the sunset from the tower. It is definitely worth to go on top and see Hong Kong from such a height. There is also a bar with snacks to enjoy - a bit expensive, but that is usual in such places.
I stopped by on the way back to Hong Kong Island by getting off at the Kowloon station. Just head up to the mall to find the entrance, which is easy if you follow the signs on the roof. The ticketing office is on L1 so catch the escalator down as you come into the entrance from the mall. I was told by the ticketing personnel that there was cloud cover over the observation area and that half of the area was booked for an event and if I wanted to still go up. Still did since I hadn't gone before and wasn't sure if there would be time later. Once at the top couldn't see anything because of the clouds (surprise, surprise). What was surprising was that they gave people free snacks and a free re-entry ticket even though we already knew it wasn't going to be good. Did manage to stop by again before leaving and the views of the harbour were spectacular. It was rainy but way better than clouds. The half of the viewing area was still booked out so you couldn't see the Kowloon side of Hong Kong which was disappointing. There were the standard souvenir shops and cafe at the top.
I enjoyed the sky100 observation deck quite a bit. Of course, the views of Hong Kong are excellent, and give a different perspective than one would get from the Peak. Taking pictures can be a challenge at times if you have glare and/or spots on the exterior glass, but I was able to get plenty of quality photos. The Café 100 by the Ritz-Carlton up there is very nice as well.
We could not come to Hong Kong and not see Sky 100. In my opinion it’s best to see it at night. The flights from the city is absolutely beautiful. It was awesome to see the one of the tallest buildings in the world.
Great, easy online booking. Efficient, friendly staff. Nice spacious viewing area with nice electronic background music. Souvenirs way too expensive so I bought nothing.
It sure has great views of the city and it is worth to go, just like the peak X you have a different perspective on the city. It truly is. A 360 view around town specially at the sunset. Is is worth to go.
Best vista point in Hong Kong. We did not go by night, but I'm sure it's worth it. Buy the ticket on the website, its a little bit cheaper. We did not have any queue in the day time, when we went there. Easy to go to, get off at Kowloon station, go upstairs. (We went to the other side (Hong Kong island) at The Peak Lions viewpoint, but the view was not so great.)
A pretty cool place. You can see Hong Kong in a more beautiful light. We went during the day, and it was better than we expected. Things are expensive up there, but of course, there are some affordable souvenirs.