Rosewood Hong Kong

  • Prize
    Winner in Architectural Design Hotel – Luxury
  • Company/Firm
    Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
  • Lead Designer
    Forth Bagley
  • Other Designer(s)
    Kazuki Katsuno
  • Location
    Hong Kong, China
  • Project Date
  • Construction Company
    New World Construction
  • Architect
    KPF (Design), Ronald Lu & Partners (Assoc. Arch.)
  • Interior Designer
    Tonychi Studio
  • Hospitality
    Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
  • Developer
    New World Development

Rosewood Hong Kong is envisioned as an iconic vertical estate by the Victoria Harbor, where tranquility and intimacy can be found in a bustling city.

Topping off K11 Atelier, 413 guestrooms are housed in the upper part of a 65-story mixed-use tower dressed in glass, limestone and layers of intricate bronze color metal works, which give a timeless and iconic presence to the city’s skyline.

Guests ascend a cobblestone drive, reaching a serene harbor-front forecourt, and then the lobby with residential-scaled spaces. Articulated with bronze metal wall panels, Portuguese limestone and landscaped terraces, the podium offers a variety of event spaces, restaurants and wellness offerings with indoor-outdoor setting.

The tower is characterized by a series of setbacks, providing a variety of outdoor experiences with different degrees of privacy, ranging from intimate verdant gardens, an infinity pool, to landscaped terraces with expansive views to the city’s iconic harbor.

Fundamental to the hotel experience is a differentiated and contemporary expression of luxury hospitality where commitment to heritage artistry and craftsmanship are showcased in the furnishing of the room.