Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Mar 18, 2019

Swish hotels often aren’t the most welcoming places for their smallest guests, but Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong defies convention by rolling out the red carpet for families. Upon arrival, children will find petit-sized amenities such as kids’ toiletries, robes and slippers, while turndown brings healthy snacks (such as sugar-free chocolate ganache cookies or homemade gummy bears made with fresh fruit) and a cuddly stuffed toy. Blankets, diapers, bottle sterilizers and diaper pails are provided at no charge. Children’s menus are available at all of the hotel’s restaurants, and tots aged three and up are even welcome at Michelin three-starred Lung King Heen and Caprice. Also useful: connecting rooms, two full-sized outdoor pools (with ample pool toys) and a newly launched in-room destination guidebook with a section dedicated to family-friendly activities. — S.V.

fourseasons.com; Doubles from $548.

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