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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Posted on April 12, 2011 | HotelsNo Comment

Nestled on the scenic waterfront from where the vistas of the Victoria Harbor as well as the financial area are stunning, the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong recreates the redefined excellence and opulence in a town that is famous for its outstanding choices of hotel. Belonging to the impressive intercontinental Finance Centre, this typical resort from the Four Seasons family is very close to the station, popular Star Ferry, and Exchange Square.


This waterfront resort is the home of 345 elegantly sculpted rooms as well as 55 suites on the floors from 9 to 43 adorned with the chic furnishings, latest facilities for full comfort, and kind room services for the convenience of the travelers. No matter which one you choose, each room offers some great vistas of the bustling harbor, peak, Kowloon, as well as the skyline – thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows. In these rooms of Chinese as well as Western embellishments stressed by real ink art pieces and silk-paneled walls, you can expect 42-inch plasma TV, direct-dial phone, DVD player, voicemail, safe, mini bar, jumbo marble bathroom, high-speed wired and wireless Internet access (surcharge), separate walk-in shower, bathrobes, deep soaking tub, slippers, bathroom telephone, TV in bathroom, complimentary toiletries, pay movies, hypo-allergenic bedding, complimentary newspaper, AC, multi-line phone, daily housekeeping, turndown service, hair dryer, handheld showerhead, mirror, bathroom scale, electronic/magnetic keys, desk, iron/ironing board (on request), welcome amenities, cribs, rollaway beds, double sink, cordless phone, speakerphone, curtains, cable television service, on command video, pillow top mattress, and signature bedding.


* Ballrooms * 24-hour front desk * Audio-visual equipment * Air-conditioned public areas * Banquet facilities * Babysitting or child care * Valet parking (surcharge)  *  Business services * Concierge services * Event catering * Doorman * Coffee shop or café * Currency exchange * Dry cleaning/laundry service * Elevator/lift * 10 conference/meeting rooms * Express check-in and check-out * Front desk hours * Laundry facilities * Gift shops * Tours/ticket assistance * On-site medical aid * Wired/Wireless (high-speed) Internet access – surcharge * Limo or Town Car service * Technology support staff * Multilingual staff * Porter * Multiple small meeting rooms * Valet parking * Parking (surcharge) * Restaurants * Room service (24 hours) * Secretarial services * Safe-deposit box – front desk * Security guard * Translation services * Shopping on site * Wheelchair accessible


* Massage – spa treatment room(s) * Beauty services * Hair salon * Yoga classes/instruction * Health club * Full-service health spa * Sauna * Spa tub * Steam room * Fitness facilities


At the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, there are six restaurants for your taste buds. Looking over the Kowloon peninsula as well as Victoria Harbor is the Caprice restaurant that is a chic French eatery adorned with the Czech chandeliers boasting a Chinese touch. Located on the 6th floor, this is where you are offered an open kitchen, lunch, and dinner. By the way, a three Michelin star rating has been already awarded to this one. For a chic Cantonese meal, take yourself to the Lung King Heen that also features dim sum as well as cozy setting while you enjoy your lunch and dinner. If you want, you can also go for private dining in this award winning restaurant.

The Lounge is where you savor a myriad of International delicacies as well as the local items with live piano and evening jazz on the lobby level. Snacks are cool with the vistas of the harbor at the outdoor dining on the sixth floor. Here, you can come daily for lunch, while breakfast is offered only on the weekends.

Taste the flavor of Japan at the traditional Japanese restaurant called as the Inagiku offering tempura, sushi, teppankayi, and sashimi for lunch and dinner and daily with prior reservation.

None of these are apt for children under three.


Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

8 Finance Rd

Central Hong Kong

Hong Kong


From $502 per night.

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