Of the three restaurants, the most impressive one is a French restaurant called Caprice. It looks like a posh jazz palace from 1920s Shanghai with big chandeliers and a knock out view of Hong Kong harbour. Plus, it has three michelin stars.
Situated at the edge of Hong Kong's harbour, looking out over Kowloon, the Four Seasons is in the new heart of the city. It has the best and most convenient location for shopping and business, with the added plus of an amazing view.
Without hesitation these are the best rooms in Hong Kong. The corner executive suites may just be the best suites in Asia, not because they are the biggest but because of their clever internal architecture - you get two corners.
The spa suites at the Four Seasons are reason enough by themselves to stay here. Forget pokey little massage cubicles, these are penthouse style playgrounds for hedonists with your own pool and, yet again, a killer view of Hong Kong harbour.
In keeping with the size and scope of this hotel, it’s not surprising to discover there is more than one bar. The most intimate one is attached to the Caprice restaurant, but as a hotel guest, you are not obliged to eat here if you want to drink.