Central, Hong Kong
Four Seasons Hong Kong
Victoria’s Best Views
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What it is
Everything. Superior dining, a bar-setting spa and top-notch service within the bustling International Finance Centre.
What it isn't
With 345 guest rooms, it’s not an intimate boutique hotel—though the top-notch service will make you feel like it is.
What we think
Attention to detail is paramount at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, and not just in the two restaurants on the premises that are considered among the world’s best: Caprice for French cuisine, Lung King Heen for Cantonese. This property is home to a heated rooftop infinity pool (complete with underwater music), gratis tai chi classes in the gym and an executive club where a steaming noodle station, afternoon tea and 24-hour concierge await. We love that rooms include your choice of interior design styles, be it Western (silk walls and marble floors) or Chinese (gold leaf and ink paintings).
You're here because
You love a room with a view, and if you can wake up to glimmering Victoria Harbour with your maestro-brewed coffee—all the better.
No restaurant can win more than three Michelin stars—and Lung King Heen was the first Chinese restaurant to earn that laurel. But when your waiter brings you dishes like double-boiled sea whelk soup, or braised superior bird’s nest with fresh crab cream—you consider calling Michelin HQ and demanding they issue a fourth.
Restaraunts & Bars
- Caprice - Modern french
- LUNG KING HEEN - Chinese restaurant featuring seafood and dim sum specialties
- POOL TERRACE - resort-like atmosphere and spectacular views of Victoria Harbour
- THE LOUNGE - Sample international and local favourites throughout the day for breakfast, lunch and dinner
- BLUE BAR - Indulgent breakfast and lunch buffets - live music
- CAPRICE BAR
Within the International Finance Centre near the water’s edge in Central, just upstairs from the tony IFC Mall and a zippy seven minute stroll from Hong Kong Station and the Kowloon ferries bobbing at Central Ferry Pier.