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 & Two International Finance Centre
These pearl-coloured colossi resembling electric shavers sit atop the International Finance Centre (IFC) Mall . Two IFC is the tallest...
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...
Inagiku, meaning 'rice chrysanthemum', is perfection. It's a formal place with subtle interiors and stunning views of the harbour, where...
Lane Crawford information
Lonely Planet review
The territory’s answer to Harrods in London, Lane Crawford (c1850) was Hong Kong's original Western-style department store, and one which, admirably, has succeeded in rejuvenating itself while remaining classy over the decades. This flagship store sells everything from fashion to crockery. There are four other branches in town.