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Four Seasons Hong Kong Opens

The Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, the second of three planned properties in China, recently opened its doors for business. The hotel is one of four towers of the International Financial Centre, home to some of the city’s most prominent financial organizations and retailers. The IFC also includes Four Seasons Place, Hong Kong’s a new option for long term stay guests. Just 23 minutes from Chek Lap Kok Airport and directly on the Airport Express train route, Four Seasons is located at the hub of the city’s financial and shopping district and within the city’s sophisticated and centrally located transportation network.
Views of Victoria Harbour, the city, Kowloon Peninsula and The Peak are framed by floor to ceiling windows in 399 oversized bedrooms, as well as restaurants and other spaces throughout the hotel. Reflecting the city’s cultural heritage, rooms are offered in two design options: one featuring classic Asian motifs and the other more Western and contemporary.

The hotel’s signature restaurant is Caprice, with a French menu created by Vincent Thierry and his team of chefs, fresh from the famed 3-Star Michelin Le Cinq at Four Seasons George V Paris. Caprice also offers guests three private dining rooms, and a Chef’s Table. A second restaurant, Lung King Heen, offers contemporary Cantonese cuisine in a modern setting. The chic Blue Bar and quieter Lobby Lounge round out the hotel’s cuisine and beverage offerings.

The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is an urban oasis. From the mother-of-pearl decorated Crystal Steam Room to the Ice Fountain cool down area, Finnish sauna, Rhassoul chamber for rain showers and a private vitality pool, eighteen treatment rooms and additional manicure and pedicure rooms, The Spa offers a sanctuary for relaxation and pampering.

Two harbour-facing ballrooms with eight-metre windows plus seven additional meeting rooms easily accommodate events large and small with state-of-the-art facilities and personal attention to every detail. An Executive Club floor with spectacular harbourside views offers a relaxed and productive setting for business travellers with complimentary amenities, 24-hour access to business and concierge services, and use of private boardrooms.

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong joins Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai and Four Seasons Hotel Beijing (now under construction) in China. The expanding Four Seasons Asian portfolio also includes hotels in Tokyo, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta and Taipei, and resorts in Langkawi, Chiang Mai and Bali, with additional properties currently in development throughout the region.