The 5-star Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is considered one of the most elegant hotels in Hong Kong, especially for those who want to explore the central areas.
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong has a perfect location with the magnificent Victoria Harbor in front, the heart of Hong Kong Island in the back, and the glitzy IFC shopping mall is just a few minutes’ walk away. The hotel is just a 15-minute walk from Lan Kwai Fong and Soho, where guests can catch the ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui and other islands just a 10-minute walk.
The Four Seasons Hong Kong 5 Hotel has welcomed celebrities, dignitaries and CEOs since opening more than a decade ago.
The light-filled rooms have been designed in two styles: One is Chinese, with a palette of gold, copper and rosewood; and the other is the West, with the main color being a neutral cream color, dotted with black lacquer. Both have large bathrooms and city or harbor views. If you want to explore the city by night, you can opt for the Executive Club (HK$1,700/room) for access to the 45th-floor lounge, which has wrap-around balconies and some of the best views in the city. .
Four Seasons Hong Kong is the only hotel in Asia to boast 2 Michelin 3-star restaurants. Lung King Heen Restaurant serves excellent Cantonese cuisine, combines glossy rosewood interiors and has a weekly, sometimes even monthly, pre-ordered dim sum menu. Next-to-order dishes include steamed lobster with scallop dumplings, roast pork and fried wagyu beef with morel mushrooms. French restaurant Caprice is similarly famous, especially if you want a table by the window where you can both eat well and enjoy the panoramic view of Hong Kong, you should book in advance.