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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong Unveils Perfect Gifts this Christmas 2021

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

The spirit of Christmas fills the air at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. As the Hotel transforms to a festive wonderland led in by the annual gingerbread reindeer display at the lobby, the Hotel’s Christmas mascot Charlie Bear welcomes guests with a joyful spirit.

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong invites guests to plan ahead for Christmas. Distinctive dining experiences prepared by Michelin starred chefs await, while Christmas gourmet offers and gifting ideas on eShop, staycation packages with sumptuous buffet spreads, warming spa treatments, and unique New Year’s Eve countdown celebrations offer the perfect experiences to wrap up the year.

Christmas Dining Guide

The Hotel’s two three-Michelin starred institutions, Caprice and Lung King Heen, set the stage for a decadent festive celebration.

On Christmas Eve, Caprice highlights include Brittany Scallop with Oscietra Caviar from Maison Petrossian, Cauliflower Variation; Foie Gras Terrine, Black Truffle and Artichoke. The eight-course menu is priced at HKD 4,388 per person, subject to 10 percent service charge. Guillaume Galliot, Chef de Duisine at Caprice promises a culinary spectacle that will equally satiate the eyes and taste buds.

For families who enjoy a classic setting with Cantonese favourites, Lung King Heen offers an extensive nine-course menu on Christmas Day boasting signature flavours, including: Baked Sea Whelk stuffed with Diced Chicken in Coconut Curry Sauce; Wok-fried Superior Australian Wagyu Beef with Black Truffle and Fresh Lily Bulbs. The menu is priced at HKD 1,888 per person, subject to 10 percent service charge.

Meanwhile, The Lounge hosts the festive cheer on New Year’s Eve with an eight-course experience highlighted with Tsarskaya Oyster, Blue Lobster Ravioli and Grilled Japanese Beef Tenderloin, priced at HKD 2,888 per person, subject to 10 percent service charge.

Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve dinner menus are available at Caprice, Lung King Heen and The Lounge.

Festive Afternoon Tea is a great occasion for a year-end tête-à-tête. The three-tier set not only showcases Executive Pastry Chef Ringo Chan’s signature scones; the creative twist on the Yuletide desserts are always something to look forward to. Expect mini–Gingerbread Man, petit Cinnamon Rolls and Mulled Berries Snowman Macaron that will enliven the spirit of Christmas.

The Festive Afternoon Tea is available throughout December priced at HKD 658 for two. On weekends and public holidays, it is priced at HKD 498 per person, subject to 10 percent service charge.

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