The Ritz Carlton housed in International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong - 484m - 118 floors - 102-118 hotel floors 2.
What does ICC stand for?
ICC stands for International Commerce Centre (skyscraper; Hong Kong)
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- International Christian College (Glasgow, Scotland)
- International Church of Christ
- International Churches of Christ
- International Citrus Congress (conference)
- International Clay Conference
- International Coastal Cleanup (Ocean Conservancy)
- International Code Council
- International Coins & Currency (Montpelier, VT)
- International Color Committee
- International Color Consortium
- International Committee for Crimea (Washington, DC)
- International Committee of Commerce
- International Communication Center (interactive multimedia facility)
- International Communist Current (est. 1975)
- International Community Center (various locatins)
- International Computer Center
- International Computing Center
- International Conference on Circuits (various organizations)
- International Conference on Communications
- International Conference on Computing
Samples in periodicals archive:
The office is located in the International Commerce Centre in west Kowloon, in a skyscraper considered to the tallest in Hong Kong.
As to Kohn Pederson Fox Associates, their showcase will feature four developments: the Hong Kong International Commerce Centre in Kowloon, the Shanghai Wheelock Square shopping centre in Puxi, the Xintiandi Hotels in the Taipingqiao District of Shanghai, as well as the International Airport Midfield Complex in Abu Dhabi.
ae 2 HONG KONG The Ritz-Carlton opened at the end of March on floors 102 to 118 of the International Commerce Centre tower in Kowloon, and has taken the title of the world's tallest hotel.
The 118- storey International Commerce Centre building -- the world's fourth tallest in the world -- will offer travellers a bird's eye view of Hong Kong from its 100th floor.
Those include Burj Khalifa (828 m) in Dubai, Taipei 101 (508 m) in Taiwan, Shanghai World Financial Centre (492 m), International Commerce Centre (490 m), Greenland Financial Complex (450 m), Bank of China Tower (367 m), China World Trade Centre Tower 3 (330 m) and One Island East (308 m) in China and Eureka Tower (303 m) in Australia.
An observation deck at Kowloon's International Commerce Centre, the world's fourth highest building, opens later this year.
A police spokesman said emergency workers called to the International Commerce Centre in Kowloon's popular Tsim Sha Tsui area removed three injured workers, who were all certified dead on arrival at hospital.