At the world’s highest hotel, an adventure awaits the little ones.
Aserene 80- second ride up the International commerce centre’s lift whisks you into the resplendent lobby of The Ritz- carlton, Hong Kong, where you are treated to an eagle’s eye view of the city and its undulating outlying territories and islands. Beside the registration counters, towards the left, is a miniaturised check-in counter for children of guests. This counter is part of the enhanced Ritz Kids programme that was rolled out just last year, offering the young ones an immersive adventure within the hotel’s stratospheric heights.
available at a supplementary fee of HK$800 (Rm457) plus 10 per cent service charge per night, the programme provides the child traveller with his or her own ‘passport’, designed to fully reward a child’s curiosity and aptitude for learning. each child also receives a lion Pierre backpack and an access- all- restaurants bracelet pass for complimentary ice cream (including the hotel’s two michelinstarred outlets).
a map within the passport leads the child on different adventures within the hotel, where they earn
The adventure culminates with a Night Safari turndown service.