Location: The Four Seasons Hong Kong is ideally-located within Hong Kong’s city center, in the heart of the financial district, surrounded by all kinds of restaurants, shopping malls, parks and bars.
History: The area in which the hotel is based was actually built in 1841 by the British, and turned in a trading point for Westerners and Chinese alike. The area has now transformed into Hong Kong’s financial district.
Service: The hotel provides 24-hour concierge service that allows guests to have whatever they want, whenever they wish it, as well as a helpful team of staff who pride themselves on their extensive knowledge of the hotel’s surrounding areas.
The Four Seasons Hong Kong's unique location on the Hong Kong side of Victoria Harbour offers the breathtaking perspective of viewing both the Kowloon and Hong Kong Island skylines. There are 399 guest rooms, including 54 suites, each reflecting signature Four Seasons comfort and luxury in two styles, modern chic and classic Chinese design. Every room and suite offers media amenities such as a DVD player, plasma/LCD screen television and wired or wireless Internet access, and the property itself has a state-of-the-art fitness center with tai chi, yoga and pilates classes, four pools (infinity pool, lap pool, plunge pool and whirlpool, all outdoors although the infinity pool is heated during the winter), a 24-hour business center, and a sumptuous, 22,000-square-foot spa. Dining options include Caprice, a modern French restaurant with open kitchens and an extensive wine list focused on France that also includes other Old and New World options; Lung King Heen, a Cantonese restaurant that serves classic Chinese breakfast items such as rice porridge and dumplings, dim sum for lunch, and a fresh seafood focus on dinner entrees; The Lounge, which serves all-day dining including one of Hong Kong’s top afternoon tea services; Inagiku, the Hong Kong branch of one of the oldest and best known restaurants in Japan; and Blue Bar, famed for its 88 signature blue cocktails, which bartenders shake out daily from noon onwards.
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With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
The hotel consists of 399 rooms, including 54 luxury suites for guests to enjoy. Rooms provide amazing views of Victoria Harbour and the captivating Hong Kong skyline, as well as state-of-the-art amenities and facilities to make guests’ stay truly memorable and comfortable. Beautiful decor throughout all rooms and the hotel itself, with Chinese paintings, artifacts and design.
This hotel room provides stunning views of the beautiful river, across which is a picturesque landscape which reveals the well-known skyscrapers thats make up the Hong Kong cityscape. High ceilings, with the addition of neo-modern art, give the room a modern vibe whilst still maintaining an element of elegance. The bathroom is fully-lined with marble, and stunning furnishings that give off a sense of luxury and royalty. The rooms can accommodate up to three people, with a floor space that covers a total of 484-square-feet.
This room offers a truly breathtaking view of the marvellous Victoria Peak, surrounded by the majestic skyscrapers that surround the hotel. High ceilings and wide windows allow guests to see and hear the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life in the business district of this electric city. The room can accommodate as many as three adults, with 484-square-feet of room.
The hotel’s Premier Deluxe Harbour View Rooms provide stunning views of Victoria Harbour. Guests will enjoy the spacious interiors, which provide 484-square-feet of space, able to sleep up to three people, with a color-scheme of contemporary chic white, orangey-gold and rouge.
In true Four Seasons style, the Hong Kong branch offers a vast array of luxurious and well-appointed facilities sure to please even the most discerning of guests. Among the hotel’s facilities are family activities to excite the kids while on vacation, as well as an extensive spa menu in need of some serious R&R, alongside a business center, where guests may catch up on their workload.
Guests with children can make use of the hotel’s babysitting service with as little as four hours notice.
Hong Kong is a business city, and the Four Season Hong Kong is reflective of this, with a business center that’s open around the clock so that 4am meetings are never missed. The business center comes equipped with computers, an executive club, meeting spaces, secretarial services, and of course, internet access.
Guests who enjoy a good workout will love the Four Seasons Hong Kong’s 24-hour fitness center, with floor-to-ceiling windows the look out over Victoria Harbour. It offers state-of-the-art equipment, some of which even feature LCD touch-screen TVs. Complimentary Tai Chi classes are held on the weekend for guests to partake in, should they so choose.
The hotel’s free-form infinity-edge pool is heated throughout the year for guests’ optimal comfort. A high-tech speaker system allows guests to hear music while under the water - how Hong Kong-esque! The poolside bar serves up drinks and light snacks, while guests may also enjoy the use of plush loungers and complimentary WiFi.
Those who need a break from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong can take comfort in the knowledge that that Four Seasons Hong Kong’s spa is an oasis in the city. This spa caters to each of the five senses, with highly-trained staff using the finest quality ingredients to create experiences that are both indulgent and rejuvenating.
This chic venue opens for breakfast, and slowly transforms throughout the day into a hot-spot for those who want to see and be seen. Its tempting array of wines, beers, cocktails, and premium liquors, along with a happy hour from 5:30 to 7:30pm, keeps patrons coming back.
The Caprice restaurant serves up fine French cuisine, along with a hand-selected wine list with top wines from Bordeaux and Burgundy, as well as an extensive selection of fine French cheese. It’s the first French restaurant in the city to be bestowed with the prestigious three-star Michelin title.
This stylish bar serves up an intriguing array of wines, champagnes, and cheeses, and is the perfect meeting place for guests to sit with friends or colleagues for a brief chat or an intimate meeting.
Guests who enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine will be delighted by the creations of renowned Chef Shigeru, who expertly prepares kaiseki and tempura dishes.
The hotel’s Lung King Heen restaurant is renowned throughout the city for its succulent seafood and dim sum. The restaurant is also the proud holder of the world’s first three-star Michelin rating for a Chinese restaurant.
The Pool Terrace at the Four Season Hotel Hong Kong is the ideal place to while away an afternoon, serving up light snacks alongside smoothies and tantalizing cocktails, amidst stunning views of the famous Victoria Harbour.
The Lounge is one of the hotel’s main social hubs, providing patrons with a list of international and local favorites throughout the day.
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