East or West–No Need to Choose
The Four Seasons Hong Kong aims to provide its guests with the best of China and the best of the west at the same time. While this dual approach is admirable, its location alone is enough to tempt visitors into its rooms. Its sleek, curving glass building allows for stunning Victoria Harbour views at every angle.
Extravagance at its Finest
There are almost 400 guest rooms in the hotel, including 54 luxury suites. Some of the rooms feature contemporary Western decor, like silk-paneled walls and marble foyers. Others exemplify modern Chinese fashions–sculpted furnishings and authentic ink paintings. Guests will find four different outdoor pools on the 6th floor terrace: an infinity pool, a lap pool, a plunge pool, and a whirlpool. All the pools have underwater sound systems.
The Four Seasons’ fitness centre offers tai chi classes, and its luxury spa received 5 stars from Forbes in 2016. As for fine dining, visitors can try Cantonese cuisine at Lung King Heen–the first Chinese restaurant to receive three Michelin stars. Or they can try award-winning French cuisine at Caprice, which is known for its walk-in cheese cellar.