The Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong is one of the most popular business hotels in the vibrant metropolis on the South China Sea. One reason for this is the location. On the other hand, it may be the executive floor at the 45th floor that has changed. lying on the floor. Arguably unrivaled in Hong Kong ..
Since its opening in 2005, the Four Seasons is considered one of the best business hotels in Hong Kong.
Rich in contrast, multicultural and lively – with an unusual mix of East and West: Hong Kong casts a spell over visitors like hardly any other cosmopolitan city. In the middle of the financial district of this megalopolis of 7.2 million people is the Four Seasons Hong Kong, just across the pier from the famous Star Ferry and a stone's throw from the 412-meter International Finance Center (IFC). Opened in 2005, the luxury hotel has long since established itself among the city's most luxurious business hotels and is one of the most popular addresses for business travelers.
Those willing to pay an extra 160 euros gain access to the exclusive Business Club Lounge.
Business special: the executive club lounge
Room rates at the Four Seasons Hong Kong start at the equivalent of 530 euros in the 45-square-meter Deluxe Peak View Room for two adults. For about 160 euros extra, guests get access to the Executive Club Lounge, which is also open at night, at 45. Floor. In addition to the beautiful view of Kowloon opposite, breakfast, high-tea with snacks, various beers, cocktails, wines, champagne and cappuccino in barista quality await you there. The quality of the hot and cold dishes, prepared with love and care, is first-class, as is the attentive service.
At least as elegant as the Executive Club Lounge: the lobby at the Four Seasons Hong Kong.
Peace and exclusivity
The executive package also includes free local phone calls, ironing service of up to six garments per day, use of a conference room for one hour, and personal 24-hour concierge assistance in the business center round out the exclusive offerings.
Not only in de Executive Club Lounge, but also from the suites you have a fabulous view over Hong Kong.
At the 45. On the second floor work becomes almost a pleasure. But even those who use the Executive Club solely to enhance their personal well-being do so at literally the highest level. Namely, from the spacious wrap-around balcony, there are fantastic views of Victoria Harbour and the International Commerce Centre in West Kowloon, the tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong at 484 meters and 108 floors. On a clear day, the view extends to the sea.
For those who don't want to dine in the lounge or don't have access, we recommend the Caprice restaurant.
Executive Lounge at the Four Seasons Hong Kong
Business travelers and leisure-seeking vacationers alike get their money's worth in the Executive Lounge. At no time is the lounge crowded; no small credit to the front desk staff, who ensure exclusivity and don't let anyone pass who can't prove their credentials. Quiet and private up there, far above the hustle and bustle of the bustling city. The service is excellent, typically Asian: reserved, friendly and always ready to help, the Four Seasons staff provide their service – even when it comes to arranging meetings in the conference rooms.
Conclusion: Compared to the prices for services at this level, which are now common in Hong Kong, the Executive Club Lounge of the Four Seasons Hong Kong is a real bargain. So if you're staying in the house, don't shy away from the expense.