A Hotel that exceeds its world-class reputation.
As the comfortable Airport Express pulls into Central Station half an hour after leaving the airport, most visitors have to decide on additional transport arrangements; but for those staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, your commute ends here.
With direct access to the hotel lobby, where porters are ready to help with your luggage, leaving you free to enjoy and take in the luxury of staying at one of Hong Kong’s premier hotels.
Set within one of the four towers of the International Finance Centre (IFC). guests of the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong have unsurpassed access to the city’s business. shopping and tourist destinations. With its 88 storey tower redefining Hong Kong’s skyline, the IFC has become the most prominent and tallest landmark in the city. Thanks to its location, the hotel boasts captivating vistas of the symmetrical structures and the colourful hustle of Victoria Harbour.
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong’s prestigious address also makes it popular with many multinational companies that reside in offices above IFC mall. In the mall you will find world-renowned retailers sitting alongside some of Hong Kong’s most stylish restaurants.
The Premier and Presidential Suites even come with exclusive dining facilities, enabling visiting VIPs to retain their privacy. These suites also have oversized king bedrooms, a well-equipped pantry and guest powder rooms. All the guest rooms and suites feature high-tech entertainment and work facilities such as high-speed Internet access, DVD players and plasma-screen TV.
Hong Kong is renowned for offering some of Asia’s best shopping experiences and an abundance of sophisticated restaurants. Step outside the hotel, take a walk along the steep lanes, and you will come across a slew of antique shops, art galleries, boutiques, bars and restaurants.
With the hotel’s waterfront location that is adjacent to the famous Star Ferry, you can travel to Kowloon within moments and discover another side of Hong Kong among bustling markets and neon lights. It is hard to ignore the beckoning store displays and tempting offers, so after a hard day of shopping, it will be time to give your tired feet and tensed muscles a rest. At the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, The Spa is the ideal place to do that.
A sanctuary dedicated to luxurious pampering, and one combining state-of the art hydrotherapy facilities with a feel of tranquil Asian spirituality, The Spa offers 16 treatment rooms including two exclusive suites, Aqua and Crystal. With their own vitality pool, relaxation day beds, LCD TV and a private bar stocked full of healthy juices and snacks, these spa suites are a calming hideaway where you can completely unwind in peace. Specialising in hydrotherapies, The Spa features on amethyst crystal steam room, an ice fountain for one to cool down in after a visit to the Finnish sauna, tropical steam showers, and a mosaic-tiled vitality pool.
Manicure and pedicure lounges have built in foot baths and a choice of DVDs so while your hands and feet are being pampered, you can kick back in your luxuriant robe and catch up with Hollywood blockbusters.
In the relaxation area, herbal tonics and aromatic waters refresh and rehydrate before on enlivening massage. Treatments include ‘Aromatic Odyssey’, a deeply relaxing two-hour massage and exfoliation which gives special attention to the face, neck, shoulders and feet. ‘Pure Indulgence’ uses jojoba pearls, buttermilk, mongo butter, honey. sweet orange oil and orange blossom water in a rich and soothing two hour body and head massage.
Other treatments include a silk body massage, peppermint sports pedicure and an invigorating chakra hot oil massage.
The hotel also features a Health Club, pilates studio and oxygenated yoga studio, all with experienced personal trainers.
On the rooftop of the fifth floor, a serene oasis awaits: a lap pool, jacuzzi, plunge pool and a large infinity-edged pool that offers one of the best views in Hong Kong as water flows off towards the breathtaking vistas of Victoria Harbour and Kowloon.
The Pool Terrace restaurant shares the same panorama. You can enjoy a romantic meal under the starts looking out at the city’s magical reflection in the water. For a more formal evening the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong hosts two of the city’s most formidable restaurants offering French and authentic Cantonese cuisine. In Caprice you’ll find an elegant setting for fine French dining. Sparkling chandeliers light up each table and an open kitchen showcases busy chefs at work while the enticing aromas of mouth-watering dishes emanate throughout the restaurant. Wild Sea Bass with Pea a la Francoise and Parma Ham and Warm Foie Gras with Pan-Sauteed Butternut Squash and Mango Chutney are just two examples of delicacies guests can expect from the classic menu.
Caprice’s wine list offers another key attraction: there are over 250 wines, mainly from the Bordeaux and Burgundy regions, and a few exclusive wines from around the world, for discerning customers to choose from.