Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
At a Glance
Four Seasons Hong Kong is located on Hong Kong Island with commanding views over Victoria Harbour and out to Kowloon.
The property boasts plenty of connecting room options, amazing facilities and iconic Four Seasons service making it the perfect bolthole for families. Enjoy a relaxing morning by the rooftop pool with impressive city views!
With direct flights from London, Hong Kong makes for an exciting stopover on route to Australia, New Zealand and the rest of Asia. It offers an accessible taste of the rich culture of mainland China.
With eight Michelin stars including the world-famous 2-star Sushi Saito, the Four Seasons is a culinary destination in its own right.
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Hong Kong has a tropical climate and can be visited year round. October to April are the driest months although December to February are cooler. May to September is hot, humid with the most rainfall during these months.
To start planning your holiday to Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
The Four Seasons Hong Kong is a luxurious, contemporary and stylish hotel in the heart of Hong Kong's financial district on Hong Kong island, offering phenomenal views across Victoria Harbour. From here you can explore both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
One of Hong Kong Island’s newest hotels, the luxury Four Seasons is well located in the Central area just a few minutes walk from great bars and restaurants and the famous Star Ferry terminal.
The guest rooms reflect signature Four Seasons comfort and luxury with wall-to-wall windows offering captivating vistas of the city, Victoria Harbour, Kowloon and the Peak. The contemporary rooms' décor includes wood and silk panelled walls whilst guests desiring a more traditional Chinese experience can choose from rooms featuring authentic brocades and sculpted furnishings.
Although Hong Kong itself has an abundance of excellent restaurants, cafes and bars, the Four Seasons counts two Michelin starred restaurants, Caprice and Lung King Heen among its five dining venues. As well as these French and Chinese restaurants, the hotel also has a contemporary light-filled Lounge, offering all day Asian and Western dishes as well as snacks and afternoon tea and the gorgeous Pool Terrace for poolside casual dining. Inagiku is a fabulous Japanese restaurant and its original is one of the oldest and best known restaurants in Japan.
The Four Seasons Hong Kong's extensive leisure facilities include a lavish bright, contemporary spa and an outdoor infinity pool and lap pool equipped with speakers so swimmers can enjoy music underwater, as well as the stunning views across the harbour.
The Four Seasons Hong Kong has 399 stylishly furnished guest rooms including 54 Suites all with Harbour or Peak views. Deluxe Peak View rooms are spacious and comfortable with high ceilings and large windows looking out over the peak and the city, while Harbour View Rooms overlook the waterfront. Premier Deluxe Harbour View Rooms are the same in size but are on higher floors with even more spectacular views. Suites have separate sitting rooms and range from Executive to Harbour View and Deluxe, which can all be connected with an additional room to form a 2 bedroom suite. All rooms are either sleek Western or modern Chinese in design and are equipped with plasma TVs, DVD players, high speed internet access, fully stocked bars and even the marble bathrooms have LCD TVs.
The Four Seasons hotels are well known for the welcome they extend to families and can provide babysitting and children's menus as well as extra touches such as child-size bathrobes and complimentary milk and cookies at bedtime. Hong Kong is a vibrant and buzzing city with plenty to offer children who will also love the hotel's pool.
There is a free form outdoor infinity pool, lap pool, whirl pool and a cool plunge pool all with fabulous views in a calm oasis setting. The cutting edge 24-hour fitness centre offers a full array of equipment as well as Pilates, Tai Chi and Yoga. The spa provides an urban sanctuary specialising in ultimate pampering and includes 17 treatment rooms, a floatation tank, pedicure lounge and an indoor vitality pool. There are six restaurants and bars to include Caprice and Lung King Heen, both with 3 Michelin stars.
The main activities within the hotel centre around the pools, restaurant and spa but Hong Kong itself has an extensive range of activities to suit everyone from golf to shopping to boat trips to sight seeing.
Victoria Hogg (Staff)
The infinity pool at the Four Seasons Hong Kong is one of my favourite hotel pools in the world. Having an outdoor pool in chaotic Hong Kong is rare anyway but to have the amazing views across to Kowloon that you get from the Four Seasons pool is breathtaking. On top of that, you can even enjoy music from the underwater speakers - heaven after a busy day of shopping and sightseeing!
Four Seasons Hong Kong - Complimentary UpgradeBook a stay at the Four Seasons in Hong Kong in a Deluxe Peak View Room and receive a complimentary upgrade to a Deluxe Harbour View Room
|Book from||27 June 2018 to 28 February 2021|
01 April 2020 to 28 February 2021
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Location & directions
On the waterfront overlooking Victoria Harbour and the financial district on Hong Kong Island, close to the Star Ferry Terminal.
How to get there
12-hour international flight to Hong Kong International Airport. Four Seasons Hong Kong is a 40-minute transfer from the Airport.
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