Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
What We Love
- Ideal location in Central, the city’s financial district, and steps from the Star Ferry terminal
- Families with little ones get treated to milk and cookies at bedtime
- Two, three-starred Michelin restaurants on site
- Rooftop deck with twin infinity-edge swimming pools overlooking the harbor
- Direct access to Lane Crawford, the local shopping emporium
What To Know
- Not all rooms feature unobstructed views of Victoria Harbour, so make sure to request one that does
- While impressive on the inside, the building’s exterior looks much like an office tower
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
With its massive spa and luxurious digs, the Four Seasons Hong Kong is a well-appointed hideaway in the heart of the city. The look is one of restrained modernism, with lots of straight lines, marble floors, silk curtains and authentic ink paintings on the wall, all in a soothing palette of brown and cream with pops of red and orange.
Bed and Bath
Guest rooms are some of the largest in the city and most offer unobstructed views of the harbor from wall-to-wall windows. The modern-minimalist décor mixes Asian-inspired touches (think lacquered tables) with Eames office chairs and a combination of wood- and silk-paneled walls. Here, you’ll sleep on pillowtop beds, watch TV on 42-inch flatscreens and bathe in deep soaking tubs.
The 22,000-square-foot spa offers regionally-inspired treatments, like the Chinese Wellness Ritual, which begins with a tea ceremony. Equally decadent is the Chef’s Menu at Caprice, the city’s first restaurant to receive three Michelin stars (don’t miss the langoustine cannelloni). The lobby’s Blue Bar is a chic spot for a quick (and free) snack at happy hour, while two outdoor pools, a whirlpool and a plunge pool offer a refreshing diversion from city life.
In the Area
The Star Ferry offers the most affordable way to get from the main island to Kowloon. The short ride across the harbor will also offer plenty of photo ops. Head to Happy Valley Racecourse for a day at the races and savor some traditional dishes at the Jockey Club. Hong Kong has become a cultural capital of Asia; for art lovers, there’s no better time to visit than in May when Art Basel Hong Kong takes place. Stop at the Pedder Building for blockbuster exhibitions by the likes of Takashi Murakami at Gagosin and Ron Arad at Ben Brown Fine Arts, just two of the many big-name galleries inside this heritage architectural gem. Don’t miss Symphony of Lights, a laser and fireworks show that takes place nightly at 8pm and can be viewed from most waterfront bars and restaurants.
How to Get There
Apologies for the late post as I’ve been asked to add more reviews to my page.
As a Hong Kong local, we need to take time off - even for just a few days and we usually like to look at convenient getaways, and at the same time, looking into staycations is of course another perfect option.
A couple of things I can definitely say is that this hotel does not just exceed my expectations but it gave me the feeling that I wasn’t just on a typical staycation. I felt like I was actually on a break. I didnt even want to leave my room! From the size of the room, amenities and service. It definitely defined and addressed the break that I truly needed to get away from busy Hong Kong.
I actually took advantage of my two night stay there and as soon as I checked out on Sunday, I was actually ready to work the following day.
If you want the best, no compromise, every detail matters experience - there is only one choice. The Four Seasons Hong Kong did not disappoint and delivered in every way. I highly recommend it. The pool alone is worth it.
absolut the top - service , accommodation , food and friendliness —- can not be better ! If you are looking for the best in the world : that’s it !!!
Also we enjoy the location with habiur view - ideal for shopping and city tours
Five star everything. Harbour View rooms are fantastic and it's mesmerising watching the ferries and other activities on the harbour as well as the light show in Kowloon.
Everything you need and more will be found in the rooms/suites. The bedding comfort is sublime as are the linens, two vanity basins with every amenity and facility one could wish for. Rooms and suites are very generous in size with beautiful, mordern decor.
All the restaurants offer excellent and varying cuisines, Caprice is our favourite for the delicious French menu and professional service - although service throughout the whole hotel is welcoming and professional. Outdoor pool with bar is such a bonus, a great space and fabulous views. Fantastic location for shopping either in IFC or via covered walkway to Landmark Centre for more high-end designer labels as well as catching the star ferries which is a mandatory to do thing in Hong Kong, they haven't changed in decades but are so reliable and easy to catch.
Breakfast menu is cooked to order and with multiple choices. Best poached eggs of our holiday!
We love this hotel and can't wait to return again next year.
We had a Habour View Suite overlooking Kowloon so you could watch the light show on the Ritz Carlton. The hotel was very comfortable, rooms spacious to accommodate a roll away. During turndown each day rather tasty sweets turned up in our room too.
I'd recommend getting a room that has Executive Lounge access. We had really friendly and attentive service from Emily and the rest of the team. They served amazing breakfasts for both Western and Asian cuisines, as well as afternoon-to-early evening snacks and wine/cocktails. We even met Alain Robert who had climbed the hotel as part of the publicity stunt for the Skyscraper movie.
The pool was another area worth spending time in the HK summer weather and was surprisingly not crowded.
Location is great. You can walk to Star Ferry, IFC, MTR and around Central. Would stay at again.