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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, Hong Kong

$400 or more
Editor's Pick
Hong Kong, China, Asia: Four Seasons Hong Kong
8 Finance Street
Hong Kong
Tel: 852 3196 8888
Tel: 800 819 5053
Fax: 852 3196 8899's insider take:

Set in the towering International Finance Center among Central's high-rise office buildings, the Four Seasons is packed with business amenities. The massive property bustles with dark-suited execs who take advantage of the private boardrooms, round-the-clock secretarial services, and the 26,000-odd square feet of conference and convention space. But don't be fooled: This place isn't just for the name-badge set. There's also a trio of gorgeous outdoor pools, a 22,000-square-foot spa, and one of the city's hottest tables, Caprice, serving meticulous French cuisine. The 399 rooms have pale silk- and wood-paneled walls, lacquer and marble bathroom fixtures (and, yes, leather and steel office furniture). The characteristic Four Seasons service even includes kid-friendly extras like milk and cookies at bedtime.

From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
Overall Score: 91.9
  • Design: 91.6
  • Food: 88.1
  • Location: 89.9
  • Rooms: 94.5
  • Service: 95.4
The 2005 tower in the IFC complex has contemporary rooms in which natural light pours through the wall-to-wall windows, illuminating the wood- and silk-paneled walls. "Staff ask how they are of assistance even when they're off duty." Chefs at Lung King Heen "understand the simplicity of Cantonese cuisine." Sit poolside in the early evening and watch "ships go by and Kowloon glow."

(399 rooms)
—2011 Gold List

Amenities: Pool, Spa

From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:
With three-quarters of its 399 guest rooms offering unobstructed views of Victoria Harbour and Kowloon, the Four Seasons has a distinct advantage over its luxurious competition. At 484 square feet, standard rooms are among Hong Kong's largest, with wide flat-screen TVs and pillowtop beds. The uninspired exterior does little to distinguish the hotel from the office towers that cram the waterfront. Hong Kong's beautiful people, however, have clearly embraced the French restaurant, Caprice, as well as the Blue Bar and the intimate Caprice bar. The spa's treatment rooms are vessels for pampering, and shoppers will appreciate the hotel's direct access to the revamped Lane Crawford—where Barneys meets Neiman Marcus. —2006 Hot List

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