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
Parking on site
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Jaw-dropping views, Michelin-starred meals, decadent spa treatments and spacious suites all under one roof in Asia’s art capital
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.