Turn right at the reception desk and you’ll find a small business center, with a few workstations equipped with iMacs, printers, and the like.
Walking the other way, you’ll find a range of meeting rooms on your left, with the entrance to the Executive Club about midway to your right. There is light marble on the floors and floor-to-ceiling windows, behind which runs a thin balcony that you can step out to on a good day (more on that in a second). To the right is a section with more relaxed seating, mixing various sofas and armchairs.
Breakfast had just been cleared from the tables and chairs on the left, which had been so busy that it had spilled over into the boardroom at the end on the left, which can be used for an hour per stay by guests.
The Executive Club serves a breakfast buffet daily (there is a food station for eggs etc. to order), afternoon tea, and a light evening buffet with noodle station. Drinks are available all day, and as a Club guest you get up to six garments pressed complimentary a day.
Being on the 45th floor, and with all the skyscrapers of Hong Kong Island next to or behind you, the views out to Kowloon are normally pretty amazing, as you can see in this hotel shot.
We were all set on leading with our own shot of that Killer View, but the weather thought otherwise: it was raining sideways and all around unpleasant, which obscured most of the scenery outside. You can just about make out the bottom few floors of the ICC Tower that houses the Ritz-Carlton on the far left.
A Deluxe Peak View Room at the Four Seasons Hong Kong that includes access to the Executive Club Lounge starts at HKD5,900 (about$760) a night on a weekend early June.
[Photos: JasonD for HotelChatter, View Photo Four Seasons Hotels]