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It’s hard to believe, but the Singapore – Hong Kong travel bubble is finally a reality, with flights commencing on 22 November 2020. For Singapore residents vying for a year-end holiday in the Fragrant Harbour, there’s a lot of quick planning to do.
After snagging a coveted seat on the once-daily flight, the next most important booking you’ll make is your hotel room, and with so many options, choosing the right one will be critical to making the most out of your long-awaited holiday.
Striking a balance between a central location and resort vibes, the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is well-positioned to help you soak up all the holiday perks you’ve missed out on in 2020 – from shopping and fine dining, to maximum rest and relaxation.
Here are some reasons why the Four Seasons Hotel should be your home base for your long-awaited holiday.
Location, location, location
When it comes to accessing Hong Kong’s diverse charms, it doesn’t get easier than the Four Seasons Hotel. The luxury property is located in the heart of Central, less than half an hour via the Airport Express train, which drops you off inside the glittering IFC mall, right next door to the hotel. You won’t waste any time in transit, with SoHo’s trendy bars, Old Town Central’s myriad of photo opportunities and the Star Ferry piers all within walking distance. Nature-lovers will also appreciate easy access to trailheads leading to Victoria Peak, the highest hill on Hong Kong Island.
Soothing resort vibes
Despite its convenient location, the Four Seasons Hotel also delivers secluded resort vibes, so your year-end holiday can be equal parts action and relaxation. Thanks to its “front-row” location by the water, 70% of the property’s 399 rooms and suites boast unobstructed views of Victoria Harbour, as do most of its restaurants and the stunning free-form infinity pool. After a dip in the heated pool, which pipes in music underwater, enjoy a cocktail or two on the Pool Terrace. Or book a tailored wellness retreat at the award-winning Four Seasons Spa, which has 16 treatment rooms and therapies including massages, singing bowls and more. For something more hands-on, the Masters of Craft sessions teach wellness practices, mixology and cooking. Running enthusiasts can train along the uninterrupted kilometers of the harbour boulevard located just in front of the hotel.
Amazing year-end packages
To welcome back year-end travellers, the Four Seasons Hotel has rolled out several attractive packages. Most excitingly, the Suite Escape gets you a serious 50% off the room rate when you book a Harbour View, Grand Harbour View or Deluxe Suite between now and 28 February 2021. The Escape to Reconnect deal offers 25% off rooms and daily breakfast for two at The Lounge or in-room. And if you’re looking to spend Christmas or New Year’s at the hotel, the Festive Staycation package offers 30% off for stays of two nights or more, between 24 December and 3 January.
Unparalleled fine dining
Need more reason to book? The Four Seasons Hotel is also a haven for fine dining, with a whopping eight Michelin stars split across three of its restaurants. Book well in advance for French cuisine by chef Guillaume Galliot at the three-starred Caprice; Cantonese feasting by chef Chan Yan Tak at the three-starred Lung King Heen; or delicate sushi at the two-starred Sushi Saito. Whatever you choose, save time for a nightcap or two at Caprice Bar, a fixture on the Asia’s 50 Best Bars list (currently ranked 34).
To learn more about Singapore Airlines’ Air Travel Bubble flights to Hong Kong, visit singaporeair.com.
To find out more, or to book a room at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, please visit the official website.