Monday 24th of April 2017

Hong Kong (Ritz Carleton)

City: Hong Kong
Province: Hong Kong
Month/Year of Travel: March 1997
Travel Route in China:
Name of Hotel: Ritz Carleton
Comments about Hotel: The Ritz was definitely top of the line. Our room was more like a suite, with a separate sitting area that came in handy when the baby went to sleep. Also, by the time we got there, all my attention was focused on the baby, and I was happy to pay any amount of money to be waited on hand and foot. The concierge was happy to take care of confirming all our travel arrangements home, a complimentary car to the airport was included in the package (as was laundry service). On more than one occasion, a meal in the excellent restaurant was interrupted by an over-stimulated baby, and the staff uncomplainingly packed up all our food onto a room service cart and wheeled it up to the room. they also provided hot water, a hot pot, bottled water and even filled her bottle with apple juice without a raised eyebrow. Yes, overall it was probably about $700 a night for 2 nights stay, but I can't say I regret it now.
Office or Orphanage:
Sights to See in this city: Take the tram up to Victoria Peak, see the botanical garden. There is also endless shopping in everything from giant malls to phone booth sized stores.
Baby supplies can be purchased at:
Places to eat we liked: The hotel restaraunt was outstanding.
Things you ought to know while staying here: Enjoy it while it lasts

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