Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
|Four Seasons Hotel|
|Location||Central, Hong Kong|
|Management||Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts|
|Floor area||52,051 square metres/560,272 square feet|
|Number of rooms||399|
|Number of suites||54|
|Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong official website|
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong (Chinese: 香港四季酒店) is a five-star hotel building in the Sun Hung Kai Properties-owned International Finance Centre complex in Central, Hong Kong. It was completed and opened in September 2005. It is a 45-storey building with 399 rooms, of which 54 are suites and 519 residential units, as part of the Four Seasons Place (Chinese: 四季匯). It is operated by Canadian-based hotel chain, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
Guest rooms and suites
The hotel has 399 guest rooms and suites, which offer a variety of vistas from large wall-to-wall windows. Most face Victoria Harbour and Kowloon, while the rest overlook the city and the Peak. There are two styles of guest room - Western contemporary, with silk-paneled walls and marble-floored entry foyers, and rooms with a traditional Chinese influence, featuring sculpted furnishings and gold leaf. The hotel does not have floors numbered 13, 14, 24, 34 or 44.
Fine dining facilities include the Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Lung King Heen and the French restaurant Caprice. Received in the guide's inaugural 2009 Hong Kong and Macau edition under Chef de cuisine Chan Yan-tak, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong became the first hotel in the world to hold a Chinese restaurant with the maximum of three stars. For 7 years consecutively, Lung King Heen has continued to retain the accolade, and was awarded three Michelin stars again in Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2015.
Executive Club Lounge
For a nominal fee, guests may gain access to the 45th-floor Executive Club Lounge, which offers a full hot breakfast buffet, all-day refreshments, cocktails, evening hors d'oeuvres against the backdrop of Victoria Harbour.
The hotel has a lap pool and a plunge pool, both of which feature heated water, underwater speakers, with telephones and wireless Internet access around the pool area. Other facilities includes a 24-hour fitness centre, with training equipment for cardiovascular and weight-training; and a business centre with computers and meeting space with wireless internet access.
There is also a spa service with treatments for massages, facial, manicure and pedicures.
Hong Kong International Airport is 38 km (24 miles) and approximately 45 minutes by taxi from the hotel, or 23 minutes by train via the Airport Express (MTR). The Hotel is also located close to the Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal, the Outlying Island ferry piers and major subway stations.
On 11 February 2015, Forbes Travel Guide awarded the hotel a five-star rating, one of only three hotels in the world to achieve this rating.
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- "Four Season Hotel Hong Kong - Spa". Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts official website. Retrieved 4 April 2013.
- "Forbes Travel Guide Announces Its 2015 Star Ratings". 11 February 2015. Retrieved 9 April 2015.
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