Spa at the Four Seasons
A 1860-sq-metre, ultra-high-end spa with a comprehensive range of beauty, massage and health treatments, plus ice fountain, hot cups,...
One International Finance Centre
Much shorter than its otherwise identical sister, Two IFC , this tower contains offices.
Two International Finance Centre
A pearl-coloured colossus resembling an electric shaver, this is the tallest building on Hong Kong Island. You can't get to the top, but...
This eight-screen cinema complex in the IFC Mall is arguably the most advanced and comfortable in the territory. But you can’t pull up...
Lung King Heen
The world’s first Chinese restaurant to receive three Michelin stars still retains them. The Cantonese food, though by no means peerless...
Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance St · interesting places nearby
Inagiku, meaning 'rice chrysanthemum', is perfection. It's a formal place with subtle interiors and stunning views of the harbour, where attention is lavished on every dish. You can choose to sit at one of the sushi, teppanyaki or tempura bars and watch the chefs work their magic, or bask in the romantic privacy of a table.
If money is not an issue, order the kaiseki , a multi-course meal comprising seasonal ingredients from Japan, that are prepared with finesse and plated like art.