Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong houses a collection of 399 guest rooms, including 54 luxury suites, all of which are amply sized and dressed in subtly elegant neutrals. The theme within is an East-meets-West reduction, where silk-paneled walls, authentic ink paintings, and contemporary gold leaf Chinese décor melds with state-of-the-art technology in the form of high-speed Internet, iPod docking stations, and interactive LED satellite televisions. Even the marble-fitted bathrooms boast their own built-in televisions, as well as walk-in rain showers, deep soaking tubs, and either L’Occitane or Biologique Recherche luxury bath amenities. Romantics are sure to ogle the captivating wall-to-wall Harbour-facing windows, while urbanites will appreciate the skyscraper panorama in the Kowloon-facing rooms.

Outside the comfort of the guest rooms, there are plenty of diversions within Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, including four of the city’s best pools, complete with under-water music and uninterrupted views of the Victoria Harbour. This 6th floor setting—coupled with the Pool Terrace cocktails, poolside Tai Chi classes, private spa suites, and cardio-with-a-view gymnasium—creates a welcoming oasis in the heart of bustling Hong Kong. Downstairs, guests have the unique opportunity to dine in not one, but two, three Michelin starred restaurants at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. The international world is already abuzz about Caprice’s masterful French cuisine and its cheese bar—one of the most authentic fromagerie experiences in China—as well as the exquisite Cantonese seafood and dim sum served at Executive Chef Chan Yan Tak’s renowned Lung King Heen, the world’s first Chinese restaurant to earn the coveted Michelin three-star rating.

Beyond the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, the city awaits exploration. Guests will find themselves within walking distance of the 88-story International Finance Center, one of the city’s most prominent landmarks, where high-end boutiques, specialty stores, excellent restaurants, and Airport Express transfers are all housed. Families will especially love the hotel’s child-friendly amenities and nearby attractions, such as the Star Ferry harbor cruise, the popular Stanley Market, and the tram rides to Victoria Peak, the highest point on Hong Kong Island.