It’s W Hong Kong‘s 5th year anniversary this August and we are having the best time celebrating. The boy and I attended a delicious dinner with a few of our HK favourites to sample the 5th anniversary menu at their Chinese restaurant, Sing Yin. I loved the seafood dominant menu and the fun fish tank screens that led into our private dining room. After filling up on the yummy menu, the boy and I headed to Woobar to chill to DJAngusWong’s always amazing set and catch up with blogger bestie, The Wanderlister. W Hong Kong are offering plenty of ways to treat you like a rock star in celebration of their anniversary so check out their special room, spa, or dining packages if you want the VIP treatment.
Topshop hat and Asos boots. Dress coming soon to Christing C.
The boy and I had a solitary hour free before heading to Pisa Airport. We sprinted to the town centre only to discover the leaning tower is nowhere near their very convenient train station. Luckily we were content to drown our minor dissapointment in a final pizza and pasta before departing Italy, and utilising the wifi in a classically pretty European square. Our personalities always lean towards last minute travel plans and spur of the moment bookings. It’s the only way we come across unexpected surprises and spontaneous excursions. Not everything goes smoothly and we almost always encounter obstacles but it’s all part of the experience.
Dresses are coming soon to Christing C.
Winding through the cliff adjacent road towards our destination was both a frightening and captivating experience. The boy and I descended upon a picture perfect postcard where bright quaint buildings balance on cliffs encased in bright blues skies. We only had a few days, but spent every moment soaking up warm inviting sunshine, dipping into ice cool crystal clear water, consuming fresh octopus salad and sparkling carafes of prosecco, taking time to explore winding stairwells that led to slices of heaven, capturing the sunset from our quiet balcony, and a few hours traipsing around the beauty that is Capri. Our favourite new beach destination by far. Already carefully mapping our return to the Amalfi Coast.
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