Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
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Well, what can I say? I LOVE HONG KONG. What on earth was Queenie thinking of, when she gave back HK to China? The locals don't want to be part of China, and the English love it here. It was made for us by us.
The transfer from the airport to mainland Hong Kong was a trip I was dreading. I had to take a train. But as you may or may not …
It is great fun in the hotel 4seasons .
We have a nice room and a giant telly .
The flight went quick because I had a nice comfy seat and I managed to get to sleep .
It is great fun in Hong Kong and from our room we have a lovely view of the harbour !
Down on the ground floor is a brilliant swimming pool with a …
Accomodation:Hong Kong was my first stop in Asia. I flew in late September 11th and spent the night in a very simple but clean and accessible hostel. For the following two nights, I was meant to be staying in a Hostel with my good friend and former roommate, Ashlee. Knowing Ashlee's travel experience, I trusted her judgement and booked Tokyo Hostel …
Hi!!!! We've finally succeeded in getting an internet connection - apparently not an easy task in Vietnam. We do have more than 3 photos of Hong Kong ha, hopefully we'll be able to upload all our photos ASAP....
Jo - We arrived into a very hot HK at 3.30pm, and with our four heavy bags (although mine were lighter than …
Haa...... I can't wait for October and put my tired feet up... Just so tired nowadays. I know I am to be blamed because I have been doing a lot of night shifts (all bank). Well, at least I have the money to spend when I am all ready for my holidays! Whoohoo!!!
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
We stayed at the Four Seasons Hong Kong for 5 nights on our way to Singapore.
Thank god the new Four Seasons has recruited a younger hipper team for their new hotel in Hong Kong rather than the old 'experienced' but arrogant staff many of the city's luxury hotels won't seem to let go of.
My husband and I spent Christmas at the Four Seasons Hong Kong.
The Spa is designed by Deckelmann, same as the Landmark Mandarin Oriental but the Spa at the Four Seasons has so much more natural light, and has much more relaxing atmosphere.
This hotel has only been opened a matter of weeks, but to be fair they are ahead of the game. In my experience, many of the luxury hotels in Hong Kong have become complacent, and almost arrogant about their service, snobby, and mechanical.
Having stayed the prior two weeks at the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok and the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur (read my review), it was a real treat staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. By no means the Grand Hyatt and the Mandarin Oriental are shabby establishments, there're some intangible factors setting this Four Seasons hotel apart from the others. It just opened two months ago, everything is brand new, but that doesn't mean the operation/service is still "wet in the ear" and not up to par. In fact, we found out most of the negative comments someone described on this board were not true. The front desk staff and concierge were very efficient and knowledgeable. There were no hick ups in service. Every time I got assistance from the staff, they always asked repeatedly if they could offer other kind of help. The whole place exudes understated elegance, grace and architectural charm.
After all the marketing hype I was expecting that the new Four Seasons Hotel (3IFC) would be out of this world. What I found is a hotel that is on par with some of the other 4-5 star properties in Hong Kong but certainly no better. The standard rooms are nicely appointed, the same space as the Shangri-La although a bit noisier.
As you would expect from Four Seasons, this hotel is first class. The rooms are wider than average and our "harbour-view room" offered an excellent view of Kowloon from the 31st floor. (Given the position, it is actually quite difficult to get a view of HK Island from the Four Seasons - head to the Intercontinental in Kowloon if this is your priority).
It seems I am the few people who stayed in this hotel before it is fully open. I stayed at the hotel for one night on Sep 18, after a long journey form South Africa. The location of hotel is very good and convenient. A large shopping mall (IFC) and ferry, bus, metro even fast line to airport station all combined in this building. The room is brand-new, very luxury and modern, beyond Pennisula Hong-Kong (I think coolist currently in Hong Kong). But the house-keeping (very slow, not careful) and front-desk training: I think they had a lot practice to reach the average Four-season standard. By the way, they didn't tell the visitors whether on their website or in check-in that some of their facility are not ready. So I go to the swimming pool and very angry to find that it was closed (They advertised that they have a wonderful open-air heated swimming pool and whirpool to see the millionare night vision of Hong-Kong harbor). I write a opinion letter to the manager before I leave but no response get.