While travelling might be on hold for the foreseeable future, experiencing the world through different cuisines is still possible at The Four Seasons Hong Kong, where food enthusiasts seeking indulgent and yet elegant meals can experience the exclusive One Trip 8 Michelin Stars staycation.
The package includes a one-night stay in a luxurious suite and meals at three iconic restaurants, which have been awarded a total of eight Michelin stars for three consecutive years.
The luxurious stay starts with the Four Season signature daily buffet breakfast and a lunch for two at 3 Michelin star Lung King Heen, the Chinese establishment helmed by Chef Chan Yan Tak famous for its delicate dim sum and Cantonese masterpieces.
The journey continues with dinner at 2 Michelin-star Sushi Saito, which features, among many other delicacies, sumptuous barachirashi and futomaki made from two types of rice from Nagano and Akita, accompanied with green tea and a carafe of sake. Each creation celebrates produce imported daily from Tokyo’s Toyosu market, taking guests on a trip to the streets of Japan’s culinary paradise.
Finally, the unforgettable experience will end with a lunch at 3-Michelin star Caprice. The legendary French eatery, under the leadership of Chef Guillaume Galliot, serves a five-course carte blanche menu made of surprise dishes that highlight the finest seasonal ingredients through a multi-sensorial journey.
The special offer is valid from now until April 30, 2021 with 48 hours advance booking. Dining tables are secured upon room reservation. The package is priced from HKD 13,800, subject to 10% service charge.
The package includes: Guaranteed early check-in at 12 noon and late check-out at 3 pm; Complimentary parking for one vehicle per stay
Book on the Four Seasons Hotel website