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A great swimming pool is a hot commodity in HK, and a stunning luxurious one is like striking gold.  It’s safe to say the Four Seasons pool is one of my favourites in the city.  Perfect Central location, relaxing infinity view of the harbour, attentive service, delicious food, and even complimentary fresh fruit popsicles and ice cream.  I’m obsessed with their plush towels and chairs that make it almost impossible to stay awake and the healthy breakfast choices always help me kick start my day.  The boy and I decided to stay until nearly sunset a few weeks back and sipped rose until we were dizzy enough for an early evening nap.  My recommendation for a hangover cure or treat any day.  

Pool memberships are available for an annual fee of $125,000 hkd and monthly fee of $7000 hkd for couples and $75,000 annually and $3500 monthly for individuals.  
Alternatively you can book a staycation in one of their comfy rooms and enjoy a relaxing getaway minus travel time.

Four Seasons Hong Kong
8 Finance Street
Tel. +(852) 3196-8888

June 10, 2013 0 comment
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catching up

written by ChristingC
One of my favourite seats in Sheung Wan.  (outside 208 Restaurant)
The perfect spring cocktail aptly named “blueberry smash.” (At Blue Bar in Four Seasons)
Walk along this sky walkway about five times a day.  
An exceptional view from the terrace at Azure in LKF Hotel.
Crudite is my new obsession.  This one is delicious and from La Cantoche.
A Valentine’s surprise courtesy of Laduree.  Must visit their cute new boutique in Harbour City.  
Will be returning for scented candles and rose tea macaroons very soon.

A Stylestalker dress I want to wear all the time and unusual summer weather on the 1st of February.

The boy looking insanely full after a yummy French feast at La Cantoche.

Me contemplating why it’s so acceptable for adults to drink out of juice boxes in HK.  I’m not complaining.

It’s been a busy few weeks.  We’ve been occupied eating a million meals a week, running around the city and trying to dress appropriately for the indecisive weather, planning upcoming trips and slotting in family time where we can, and staying up into the early hours to make time for just us. I’m looking forward to seeing a few of my favourite girls and a family feast in celebration of Chinese New Year and a quiet Valentine’s Day with the boy.  Keep up with all my random musings and activities by following on Instagram or anything else listed below.
February 2, 2013 0 comment
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