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If it weren’t standing there in all of its shimmering glory opposite the IFC, you’d hardly believe the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong exists… A prime location at the heart of the CBD means getting anywhere you need to be is a cinch, but the hotel’s true draw…is that it gives you plenty of reasons not to go anywhere at all. Why head out for dinner when there is the Caprice restaurant - a shimmering two Michelin star, where even the stunning Swarovski chandeliers and views of Victoria Bay won’t tear you away from the food? Then there's the three Michelin starred Lung King Heen - the first Chinese restaurant to earn the title (and arguably, the best in the city) or the Sushi Saito, the first overseas branch of a restaurant where Barack Obama and Shinzo Abe shared a meal. Harbor views from the hotel’s Blue Bar also make for a night cap with a wow factor while spacious rooms with floor -to-ceiling windows make heading back for the night an option that’s just as tempting.