Concierge.com's insider take:
Throughout this helicopter-view hotel, currently billed as the highest in the world, the extreme elevation of the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong in the 1,588-foot-high ICC Tower is matched by equally high-quality hospitality. Jaw-dropping views are a leitmotif, with floor-to-ceiling glass used throughout to showcase Hong Kong's surprisingly varied landscapes. An ear-popping 56-second elevator ride takes guests to the 87th-floor lobby. Decorated in cream, chocolate, and caramel, the 312 guest rooms each have a telescope and tripod (of course), twin-speaker Bose iPod dock, plasma TV and DVD player, and high-speed Wi-Fi—plus those magnificent vistas. Cocktails at the 118th-floor Ozone bar come with a panorama of Hong Kong in all its dramatic neon-lit glory. But best of all is the infinity pool, also on the 118th floor, featuring in-water loungers and a giant video screen that plays aquatic imagery on one wall and the ceiling while clouds sail past the window. The ultimate high.—Gary Bowerman
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