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Summer Kids Fiesta at the Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Enjoy Fun for the Whole Family at Our Luxury Hotel in Hong Kong

HONG KONG, CHINA--(Marketwired - July 22, 2014) - Riding on the Ritz Kids program launched globally among The Ritz-Carlton properties, which aims to delight the youngest guests by creating memories that last well beyond their hotel stays, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong prepares a string of fun-filled activities to engage our precious little ones as they prepare to make a splash this summer.

Plan a happy weekend for your princess or prince with culinary classes hosted by celebrated hotel chefs, which encourage children to explore and learn how to make cakes, dim sum, peanut butter cookies or California sushi rolls, followed by a delectable lunch at the hotel restaurant.

Saturday Ritz Kids Culinary Class
Date: Every Saturday, from July 19 to August 30, 2014
Venue: The Chef's Table
Time: 10:30am - 12noon
Price: HK$1,480 per child (one class, followed by a lunch buffet at Café 103)
Class size: 10 children in each session
July 19, 2014 Princess cake class (ages 6 - 12) 
July 26, 2014 Dim Sum class - spring roll, wonton & egg tart (ages 3 - 12)
August 2, 2014 Macaroon bear-making and peanut butter cookies class (ages 6 - 12) 
August 9, 2014 Clown cupcake class (ages 6 - 12) 
August 16, 2014 California roll and hand roll sushi class (ages 3 - 12)
August 23, 2014 Princess cake class (ages 6 - 12) 
August 30, 2014 Dim Sum class - spring roll, wonton and egg tart (ages 3 - 12) 

Saturday Culinary Class includes a cooking class held by the hotel Chef, a chef's hat, an apron and a certificate; The Ritz-Carlton Spa by ESPA spa voucher worth HK$250 and a special gift worth HK$1,000. The father or mother can accompany the child for a lunch buffet experience at Café 103. Additional guests can enjoy lunch buffet priced at HK$500 per adult and HK$300 per child (ages 3 -12).

Sunday Ritz Kids Culinary Class
Date: Every Sunday, from July 20 to August 31, 2014
Venue:  The Chef's Table
Time: 10:30am - 12noon
Price: HK$1,480 per child (one class, followed by a four-course set lunch at The Lounge & Bar)
Class size: 10 children in each session
July 20, 2014 Clown cupcake class (ages 6 -12)
July 27, 2014 California roll and hand roll sushi class (ages 3 - 12)
August 3, 2014 Princess cake class (ages 6 -12)
August 10, 2014 Dim Sum class - spring roll, wonton & egg tart (ages 3 - 12)
August 17, 2014 Macaroon bear-making and peanut butter cookies class (ages 6 - 12) 
August 24, 2014 Clown cupcake class (ages 6 -12) 
August 31, 2014 California sushi roll class (ages 3 - 12) 

Sunday Culinary Class includes a cooking class held by the renowned hotel Chef, a chef's hat, an apron and a certificate; The Ritz-Carlton Spa by ESPA spa voucher worth HK$250 and a special gift worth HK$1,000. The father or mother can accompany the child for a four-course set lunch at The Lounge & Bar. Additional guests can enjoy four-course set lunch at The Lounge & Bar priced at HK$300 per set.

*All prices are subject to a 10% service charge.

For more information and reservations, please contact Restaurant Reservations at +852 2263-2270 or email [email protected].

For overseas hotel guests who want more for this summer season, enjoy a getaway with your family at the world's highest hotel with memories that will last a lifetime. Kick off a happy summer holiday with "Family Fun" Package at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong. Spend a night in one of the Grand Harbour Rooms boasting a magnificent view of Victoria Harbour and enjoy the following perks:

"Family Fun" Package
Starting from HK$ 8,388* + 10% service charge per room per night

  • Roundtrip airport transfer (once per stay)
  • "Ritz Kids" in-room welcome amenities
  • Daily buffet breakfast for two adult and up to one child at The Lounge & Bar
  • Complimentary Hong Kong Disneyland theme park tickets for two adults and one child (once per stay and for guest check-ins from Sunday to Thursday) or complimentary Ritz Kids Summer Culinary Class for one child, inclusive of lunch for one child and one adult (once per stay and for guest check-ins from Friday to Saturday during the promotion period only) 

For reservations and enquiries, please call Reservations at (852) 2263 2100 or email [email protected].

*Offer is valid from now until September 1, 2014. Rate is per room/per night, based on single or double occupancy, exclusive of taxes, gratuities, fees and other charges; does not apply to groups; cannot be combined with any other offer and is not applicable for Rewards redemption. Advanced reservations are required. No refund or credit for unused portion. Void where prohibited. Offer is subject to availability and subject to change without prior notice. Daily breakfast is available in selected hotel restaurants and not valid for in-room dining. Destination Experience is per stay and varies by hotel. Additional admission tickets are available for purchase. Ritz Kids Summer Culinary Class is valid for one child per stay, inclusive of lunch for one child and one adult only at Cafe 103 or The Lounge & Bar, subject to class date. 

Destination Experience (Disneyland theme park tickets) is only available for guests check-in from Sunday to Thursday. Ritz Kids Summer Culinary Class is only availability for guest check-ins from Friday to Saturday, July 19 to August 31, 2014. Advance confirmations and reservations are required. Culinary Class and Destination Experience are varies by hotel, programme details are subject to change without prior notice. Please check with hotel for confirmation.

About The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Occupying floors 102 to 118 of the International Commerce Centre in Kowloon, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is the highest hotel in the world. The 312 guest rooms all providing spectacular city and harbour views. With six dining venues including state-of-the-art designer Italian restaurant Tosca, Michelin-starred Chinese Restaurant Tin Lung Heen and The Lounge and Bar that serves a signature afternoon tea. The rooftop bar Ozone is a truly stunning venue at 490 meters above sea level. For those wishing to relax and indulge, The Ritz-Carlton Spa by ESPA located on 116th floor features nine deluxe treatment rooms and two couple's suites, re-defining the urban spa experience in the city and across Asia. The hotel features a fully-equipped fitness centre and an indoor pool on the 118th floor with a 28m x 7m LED screen on the ceiling. The hotel also boasts one of the largest ballrooms in the city at 870sqm. Complemented by an additional four meeting rooms, it has fast become the new social centre for Hong Kong and has set the benchmark for events in the region. For more information, please visit

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The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Vivian Li
Director of Public Relations
Tel: (852) 2263 2080
Fax: (852) 2263 2094 
Email contact

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
International Commerce Centre
1 Austin Road West 
Kowloon, Hong Kong

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