Four Seasons Hong Kong occupies a prime location inside the International Finance Centre, overlooking Victoria Harbour and close to the beloved Star Ferry (as well as the MTR), making it an easy springboard for island escapes. The hotel is something of an island in its own right. Many rooms are blessed with floor-to-ceiling water views, and the infinity pool on the sixth-floor terrace feels worlds away from the Kowloon skyscrapers across the harbor. Interiors merge East and West—some rooms are adorned with silk wall panels and marble foyers while others showcase carved furnishings, gold-leaf accents, and Chinese ink paintings. Original artworks have been installed throughout the property.
Home to Hong Kong’s first cheese cellar as well as Lung King Heen—the first Chinese restaurant to win three Michelin stars—the Four Seasons ranks high on foodie must-dos. It also attracts discerning shoppers who want direct access to fashion landmarks such as the flagship Lane Crawford store, located in the International Finance Centre Mall attached to the hotel. The Four Seasons has its own boutique, too, where guests can purchase Lung King Heen’s famous X.O. sauce or homemade cookies baked in the hotel’s pastry kitchen.