Hong Kong


    September 2005

    Bill Taylor
Physical Features

Total Number of Rooms: 399

  • Guest Rooms: 345
  • Suites: 54

Number of Residential Units: 519

Number of Stories: 45

Design Aesthetic:

  • Floor-to-ceiling windows invite light into guest rooms and public areas, offer sweeping views of Victoria Harbour and city skyline
  • Contemporary design with modern art, Asian accents
  • Guests can choose between guest rooms with a contemporary Chinese décor or a more modern Western-style design

Architect: Rocco Design Ltd

Interior Designer(s):

  • Wilson & Associates (guest rooms, public areas)
  • KCA (guest rooms)
  • Chhada, Siembieda & Associates (Lung King Heen)
  • Spin Design Studio (Caprice)
  • Deckelmann Wellness (spa)


  • Part of the International Finance Centre (IFC) complex in the heart of the city's Central district
  • Connected to the ifc Shopping Mall and Central district shops are a short walking distance from the Hotel
  • Easily accessible from Hong Kong International Airport and the Star Ferry
  • Direct linkage to the Hong Kong Central Station and railway access to all major districts
The Spa and Nail Bar

Opening Date: September 2005

Size: 2,044 sq m / 22,000 sq ft

Number of Treatment Rooms: 17

Interior Designer: Deckelmann Wellness

Design Aesthetic:

  • Situated high above Hong Kong’s busiest streets, the Spa is inspired by and tailored for the five senses
  • Wall-to-wall windows offer sweeping views of Victoria Harbour and the city skyline
  • Cool marble, blond wood and natural light

Signature Treatments:

  • Botanical Care: An intensive holistic form of massage to lift dirt and toxins, bringing a natural solution for the fast paced urbanite.
  • Reiki Crystal Healing: Working with crystals, reiki and singing bowls, and expert therapist harnesses universal energy, transferring it to the guest for deeper levels of healing.
  • Second Skin: A genuine alternative to fillers, this exceptional anti-ageing treatment will visibly lift and correct signs of ageing. It is an intense, regenerative treatment that works on the extracellular matrix.
  • Double Serenity: Perfect for couples, friends, and mothers and daughters to experience together, this deeply comforting and skin-softening journey will leave guests feeling soothed and serene.

Special Features:

  • Soft sauna for mild heat and colour therapy
  • Eucalyptus-scented Finnish sauna with intense heat
  • Cool mist showers and ice fountains
  • Indoor mosaic Vitality Pools


  • Stylish, modern sanctuary facing the day-to-evening panorama of Victoria Harbour
  • Customised treatments using the world’s finest beauty brands including Azature and Deborah Lippmann
  • Option to escape solo or bring family and friends

Opening Date: January 2015

Interior Designer: Richard Farnell

Design Aesthetic:

  • The view of Victoria Harbour inspired the designer to treat each guest with a personal picture window
  • Natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows glistens off marble accents, oiled solid oak fixtures and pearl lustre wall panelling for a subtly luxurious backdrop for each polish presentation
  • Each bottle of nail polish is presented as an individually set jewel by being displayed on the walls
  • Leather pedicure chairs in a wraparound design ensure maximum comfort and privacy

Number of Treatment Chairs:

Treatments at the Nail Bar:

  • Luxury Manicure and Perfect Pedicure: Customised for each guest's nails and lifestyle
  • Pure Therapy – for hands and/or feet: Full hour of rejuvenating repair, care and attention
  • Shellac Hands and Feet: Latest breakthrough in nail technology, offering shine lasting up to two weeks
  • Nail Art: Intricate designs will turn nails into mini works of art
  • Nail Social: Get together with up to four friends for a two-and-half-hour nail experience
Restaurants and Lounges

Special Features:

  • Three Michelin-starred restaurants, including Lung King Heen, the first Chinese restaurant in the world to earn 3 Michelin Stars, and the French restaurant Caprice

Restaurant: Caprice***

  • Cuisine: French
  • Caprice Chef: Guillaume Galliot
  • Signature Dishes:
    • Le Tartare Terre et Mer -  Land and sea tartare, Australian wagyu beef and Gillardeau oyster, Kristal caviar
    • Pigeon de Racan de la Maison Bellorr - Racan pigeon from Maison Bellorr, beetroot my way and port wine sauce
  • Indoor Seating: 77
  • Décor: Modern Chinoiserie
  • Designer: Spin Design Studio
  • Special Features:
    • Open kitchen showcases the chefs at work
    • Ingredients flown in daily from France
    • Caprice has a highly regarded wine cellar that stores up to 1,400 bottles of fine wine, 80 percent of which come from 11 wine regions in France
    • Offers the finest French wines as well as other European and New World wines from renowned vineyards
    • Boasts Hong Kong's first cheese cellar, which houses a vast selection of artisanal French cheeses sourced straight from the most passionate affineurs

Restaurant: Lung King Heen***

  • Executive Chinese Chef: Chan Yan Tak
  • Cuisine: Cantonese
  • Signature Dishes:
    • Baked barbecued pork bun with pine nuts
    • Barbecued suckling pig
    • Superior pottage with shredded chicken
    • Wok-fried prawns with organic black garlic and dried chilli
    • Baked whole abalone puff with diced chicken
    • Crispy scallops with fresh pear and Yunnan ham
    • Chilled mango and sago cream with pomelo
  • Indoor Seating: 128
  • Designer: Chhada, Siembieda and Associates
  • Special Features:
    • Chef Chan Yan Tak is the first Chinese chef in the world to earn 3 Michelin Stars

Restaurant: The Lounge

  • Cuisine: Western and Asian
  • Executive Chef: Dirk Haltenhof
  • Specials:
    • Western comfort cuisine with a touch of Asian ingredients, inspired by travels
    • The Forty-Five Minute Menu: Changes twice weekly, with items that are light, fresh and comforting
    • Afternoon Tea: Seasonal array of delicate savouries classic sweet treats to enjoy in traditional style with a selection of the finest teas
  • Indoor Seating: 84
  • Designer: Wilson & Associates

Restaurant: Pool Terrace

  • Cuisine: Western
  • Menu: Light snacks and salads, healthy smoothies and frozen cocktails
  • Signature Smoothie:
    • Asian Fruity: Pineapple, mango, banana, coconut water
  • Outdoor Seating: 72
  • Designer: Belt Collins International (HK) Ltd

Lounge: Blue Bar

  • Cuisine: Western and Asian tapas and larger bites; with indulgent breakfast and lunch buffets  offering a variety of continental and Asian favourites
  • Signature Cocktails:
    • Blue Bar Martini Collection: ginger, lychee, watermelon, apple, sspresso
    • Four Seasons Sour: Four Seasons signature blend tea infused Jim Beam, egg white, lemon juice and sugar
  • Indoor Seating: 54, with 8 at The Bar
  • Designer: Wilson & Associates

Lounge: Caprice Bar

  • Cuisine: French bistro
  • Head Sommelier: Victor Petiot
  • Signature Dishes:
    • 36-month-aged Comté - adored by cheese lovers and rarely found due to the farm producing only 180 wheels a year; Caprice Bar is the only venue in Asia to serve the famed Comté
    • A Bit of Everything: A selection of savoury cheese served on a wooden board
  • Indoor Seating: 31
  • Designer: Spin Design Studio

On-Site Activities

Pools: 4

  • Infinity Pool: Appearing to spill over the infinity edge off the sixth-floor roof deck and into Victoria Harbour, the pool offers panoramic and underwater speakers play music while they bathe
  • The Lap Pool: Exercise in the Lap Pool while underwater music enchants your ears
  • Whirlpool: The perfect place to relax while enjoying the breathtaking view
  • Plunge Pool: For those seeking a refreshment take a cool dip in the deep plunge pool

Fitness Facilities:

  • The 24-hour Fitness Centre offers the latest in cardiovascular equipment; each machine contains a LCD touch-screen television and headphones – as well as an wide selection of weight-training machines and free weights
  • Size: 500 sq m / 5,382 sq ft
  • Special Features:
    • Personal training
    • Pilates training 
    • Private Tai Chai class
    • Yoga training
    • Complimentary juices and fruits

Tai Chi:

  • Each Saturday and Sunday on the 6th floor Pool Terrace Mr. Ng teaches slow, controlled and continuously flowing movements designed to invigorate the body and mind

Off-Site Activities


  • Hong Kong Golf Club, opened in 1889, is one of the world's most exclusive golf clubs


  • The Hong Kong Tennis Centre in Happy Valley welcomes visitors to use their six public courts


  • The Island offers several jogging paths such as the one behind Pacific Place shopping complex near Central District;this 8-hectare (20-acre) park has paths for early morning walking or jogging


Hiking is probably the most popular concealed activity in Hong Kong that allows perceiving Hong Kong from a different perspective with its incredible forests, wild isolated beaches, and stellar city views; Hong Kong possesses 300 km / 186 miiles of designated trails that vary in length and difficulty

  • Hong Kong Trail: With 50 km / 31 milies of walking routes through the five country parks on Hong Kong Island, the trail is incredibly scenic and consists of eight sections, each offering a variety of walks of different lengths and character
  • MacLehose Stages 1 & 2: This 100 km / 62 mile long hiking trail across the New Territories is popular for the Oxfam Trail Walker race; the most beautiful tropical sections are stages one (10 km / 6.2 miles) and two (13 km / 8 miles) in Sai Kung and make this hike unforgettable with its beautiful ocean views
  • Lantau Trail: The 70 km / 44 miles Lantau Trail, which crosses Lantau, is divided into 12 Sections; the top pick is Lantau Peak, which is with its 934 m / 3,064 ft the second highest peak in Hong Kong
  • The Peak Circle Walk: High above the harbour one can combine a workout with sightseeing;  the highest peak in Hong Kong offers intoxicating views at twilight when the skyscrapers’ lights start glowing in the dark


  • Escape from the busy life of Hong Kong on a sailing boat , luxury cruisers, junk boat and others

Water Sports:

  • The city offers water sport activities such as windsurfing, kayaking, standup paddle boarding (SUP), wakeboarding and more
Meetings, Special Events and Weddings

Function Space:

  • Total Size: 2,154 sq m / 23,181 sq ft
  • Largest Ballroom: 708 sq m / 7,620 sq ft
  • Meet and Feed Capacity: 160
  • Banquet Capacity: 456
  • Breakout Spaces: 7
  • Private Dining Room Capacity: 12
  • Unique Meeting and Event Facilities:
    • Wall-to-wall windows in both ballrooms
    • Guests have the choice between Western cuisine and Chinese cuisine, both offering innovative catering options, impeccable service and highest standards
    • Western Cuisine: Andrea Accordi
    • Chinese Cuisine: Chan Yan Tak


  • Grand Ballroom: The ballroom (708 sq m / 7,620 sq ft) is equipped with built-in projection screens, and includes a pre-function area (250 sq m / 2,690 sq ft); caters up to 1,200 guests for a standing reception
  • Harbour-View Ballroom: The Harbour View Ballroom lives up to its name with a view of Hong Kong’s famous harbour; allows up to 500 guests for a standing reception, within a space of 456 sq m / 2,906 sq ft and the space is divisible into three smaller rooms featuring built-in projection screens


  • Boardrooms I, II & II: Situated on the 5th floor, the boardrooms provide audiovisuals features including LCD TV screens, conference call facilities and high speed, wireless internet services; the 52.5 sq m / 560 sq ft dimensions of each Boardroom allow up to 24 seated guests
  • Victoria I, II, III, IV: Situated on the 2nd floor, these boardrooms offer the same technological and catering facilities as the Boardrooms

Peak Suite:

To create the finest impression, the Peak Suite (165 sq m / 1,776 sq m) on the 45th floor affords stunning views of Hong Kong

  • Room Features:
    • Wall-to-wall windows, with magnificent panoramic views of Hong Kong and the Peak
    • High-tech functionality including 106 cm (42 inch) plasma screen satellite television, conference telephone, wired or wireless high-speed internet access
    • Attractive décor of rich brown tones with custom chandelier

Weddings at Four Seasons

  • Magical harbour-view ballrooms and signature Four Seasons service combine to create the perfect wedding
  • Special services:
    • Wedding specialist
    • Flowers
    • License for ceremony
    • Cakes
    • Menu creations
    • Linens and tabletop décor
    • Salon, spa and beauty services
    • Transportation
Corporate Social Responsibility

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong and the environment:

  • Promotes and increases environmental awareness among employees
  • Going green and minimum standards toward a sustainable hotel
  • Energy savings initiatives
    • Installed air-conditioning with variable speeds
    • Use of energy saving light bulbs throughout the hotel
    • Use thermal cover for outdoor swimming pools and whirlpool


  • Oxfam Trailwalker (Oxfam)
  • Blood donation (St. John Ambulance)
  • Flag selling (Hong Kong Blind Union, Suicide Prevention Services
  • Hong Kong Cancer Fund - Pink Day (Breast Cancer Awareness)
  • Clean Up for the Elderly (St. James' Settlement)

About twice a year:

  • Elderly Visit (St. James' Settlement, Po Leung Kuk Kwok Law Kwai Chun Home for the Elderly)
  • Children Centre Visit (Hans Andersen Club)

Emergency relief:

  • Donation for Nepal through Red Cross
  • Garage sale through staff for Nepal
Additional Features

6th Floor Pop-Up Art Gallery:

  • Partners with galleries and artists offering the opportunity to display their art pieces on the sixth floor podium outside Caprice

Executive Club:  

  • Enjoy additional privileges in the light and airy Executive Club Lounge, located on the Hotel’s 45th floor
  • Executive Club Services:
    • Express check-in and check-out
    • Dining and beverage service in the Executive Club Lounge
    • Garment pressing service
    • Complimentary in-room local and toll-free calls
    • 24-hour personalised business and concierge services
    • Complimentary private use of the boardroom for one hour per stay, subject to availability

Chu Wong
Director of Public Relations and Marketing Communications
8 Finance Street, Central
Hong Kong,
Priscilla Chan
Assistant Public Relations Director
8 Finance Street, Central,
Hong Kong,