Ask anyone in the city for one of the best luxury hotels to stay in and Four Seasons always come to mind. The hotel's rooms showcase the best views of Victoria Harbour and The Peak and its location is conveniently located smack in the middle of Central and linked to the IFC shopping mall. The moment you step into the hotel, the great deal of natural light coming in from the floor to ceiling windows and the fluidity of the newly renovated lobby – which was unveiled this spring – is very inviting. Guests can comfortably lounge by the lobby's new staged seating while waiting to check-in. The hotel's brightly lit spaces easily lighten up your mood, and the friendly, welcoming greetings of the staff instantly makes you feel at home.
Like most people, you probably haven't left Hong Kong for more than a year. The closest we can get to travelling right now is exploring the city's verdant backyard and secluded islands and reposting throwback vacation photos on social media. Staycations also offer a little reprieve to pandemic-pummeled travel bans. So while we eagerly wait for leisure travel to resume, and with a staycation being the closest thing we have to a holiday, we've created 'Hotel Diaries', a series that will give you a peek inside the best hotel accommodations in town. Hopefully, when travel resumes and tourists start coming to the city once again, this guide will help them decide which hotel to consider for their stay.
For our first instalment, we've booked a room at Four Seasons Hotel to try their foodie staycation package, Taste of a Dragon. The accommodation highlights an eight-course dinner at three-Michelin-starred Lung King Heen. Read below for the full experience.
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