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IC Hong Kong vs ritz HK

IC Hong Kong vs ritz HK

  1. yaboobie

    2 deals right now which I’m trying to decide on and need some input on.

    Virtuoso rate has a the ICHK 3 for 2 deal when booking superior, executive or deluxe suites. Going for $600, 750and 1000/nt.

    They also have the ritz clubs room going for 3 for 2 deal base is 850 or so a night.

    This is for a 3 day stay at the end of our honeymoon vacation.

    Please help me!

  2. David W

    Neither is a fantastic location.

    IC HK is essentially right on the water on the HK side but it’ll be quite a walk to an MTR stop. There’s also construction around the area so it may be hard to get around.

    Ritz HK is newer but in West Kowloon, a bit far from everything but closer to an MTR stop. Personally, I’d pick the Ritz.

  3. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 60769, member: 29″]Neither is a fantastic location.

    IC HK is essentially right on the water on the HK side but it’ll be quite a walk to an MTR stop. There’s also construction around the area so it may be hard to get around.

    Ritz HK is newer but in West Kowloon, a bit far from everything but closer to an MTR stop. Personally, I’d pick the Ritz.[/QUOTE]

    The view from the bar at the top of the Ritz is absolutely spectacular. As are views from some other great HK buildings. But it is quite cool from the top of the Ritz. And, if it is cloudy, it is very cool (and weird) to literally be in a cloud at the top of the Ritz.

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