Four Seasons Hong Kong

Location: Hong Kong & Macau | Hong Kong & Macau

Price guide: $$$$$ $200-$350 per person per night

Four Seasons Hong Kong offers an enticing destination within a destination. As part of the prestigious International Finance Centre, it offers unrivalled links to Hong Kong Station, with the famed Star Ferry steps away. A waterfront landmark, with international cuisine overlooking Victoria harbour and an Eastern-inspired spa, the Four Seasons Hong Kong is exceptionally well placed for leisure in Hong Kong and offers impeccable service synonymous to the brand.
Perfect forThose looking for undiluted luxury close to Hong Kong’s main attractions.
In the know
  • There are two Michelin-starred restaurants on site where you can enjoy exquisite seafood, dim sum and French cuisine
  • The infinity pool has submerged speakers so you can listen to music while you swim and there is also a lap pool, plunge pool and whirlpool
  • The spa has a broad range of beauty treatments and massages to indulge in
  • The hotel offers limousine service to and from the airport

Recommended for...

  • City Hotel
  • Owner-run
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Cultural Immersion

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Four Seasons Hong Kong is located in central Hong Kong, within the International Finance Centre and is connected to the IFC shopping centre.

Rooms at Four Seasons Hong Kong

The 399 silk-panelled guestrooms are incredibly spacious, among Hong Kong's largest, and offer terrific views of Fragrant Harbour or the Peak plus all the usual mod-cons you would expect of a five-star hotel. Wall-to-wall windows capture stunning vistas of the sprawling metropolis, and bathrooms feature deep soaking tubs and walk-in showers.

Food & drink

Mingle with the city's glitterati at Caprice Bar and dine in Michelin-star restaurants: the Lung King Heen, which serves up exquisite seafood and dim sum and the Caprice restaurant which serves the best of French cuisine. Dress to impress and get ready for a glamourous evening. (Advanced reservations are strongly recommended).


Escape the chaos of Hong Kong with a chill-out session at the open-air terrace, where you can enjoy drinks and snacks while soaking up the expansive views of Victoria Harbour. Underwater music is pumped through submerged speakers in the stunning infinity pool, and there is also a lap pool, plunge pool and whirlpool. Workout at any time of day or night at the 24-hour gym, or slink off to the spa and indulge in the irresistible selection of therapies and treatments available.

Activities at Four Seasons Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s pride – the famed Star Ferry – is one of the city’s most recognisable icons. For over 120 years, it has been transporting people from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon and back. Pick a seat at the front or the back of the ferry and enjoy the ride (you can flip the seats to face the direction you are travelling in).

For stop-you-in-your-tracks scenery of Hong Kong at night, alive and blazing with city lights, head to The Peak viewpoint which showcases stunning 360-degree views in the late afternoon as the skies get dark quickly. Immerse yourself in the local culture by dining in swanky SoHo and visiting the Man Mo Temple on Hollywood Road (which was built in the 1840’s and pays homage to the Chinese God of Literature and God of War). 

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Hotel location

Hong Kong International Airport is a half-hour drive to Four Seasons Hong Kong. The hotel offers limousine service to and from the airport. 

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