Brilliant hotel with excellent staff and facilities.The staff are excellent, kind, courteous, helpful, they cannot do enough for you. All the staff speak English with great charm and they make the hotel a pleasure to stay at. The room was spacious, well equipped and spotless. Excellent housekeeping staff. The hotel is in an excellent location with all amenities within easy reach. Restaurants are all excellent and the cuisine of a very high calibre. Could not have been better looked after. Thoroughly enjoyed my visit, just wish it could have been longer.
Great location for who enjoy the nightlife in HK, the hotel in just in the middle of many pubs and bars in HK. But also nice for who is looking for tourism in HK, because it's near to the train station, easy to get a taxi and move around by walking.
My family and I stayed here each time we are in Hong Kong as we travel frequently. Each time Selby Ho and her team at the Four Seasons have always made our stay wonderful and pleasant. The Four Seasons Hong Kong is our choice of hotel each time we are in the city.
On the waterfront overlooking Victoria Harbour and the financial district, Four Seasons redefines luxury and excellent in a …More
Had an awesome time in HK especially since we were 5 minutes away from the bar area and downtown. The staff were extremely helpful whenever we had questions. Excellent cleanliness and the 3G phones provided definitely improved our ability to get around the city (though they may need to be updated as the GPS was sometimes off). Great value for money, would definitely stay there again next time I'm in HK.
I did extensive research on hotels in Hong Kong and found that this was the best option for the money in this area. Other hotels with comparable facilities are much more. If you can get past the outdated décor (80's/90's brass & glass) and the relatively small guest rooms, it's a fabulous central option for being close to shopping, restaurants, the Star Ferry (access to Kowloon). The pool area is lovely, a great in-city retreat on hot days.
Considered the central business district, Central is home to the corporate headquarters of multinational financial services, consulates-general, and Hong Kong government and administrative offices. The area is also a major transport hub for buses, trains, trams, and ferries. Head to Hollywood Road for antiques and trinkets, and Soho for bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and galleries.