City Style: Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

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    Blond woods, cool marble, floor-to-ceiling windows, and ample natural light make the hotel’s 399 guest rooms feel spacious. Guests dine beneath Czech-made crystal chandeliers at the two-Michelin-starred French restaurant Caprice—where chef Fabrice Vulin oversees a menu that includes Asia’s largest selection of artisanal French cheeses—and lounge beside an infinity-edge pool that appears to spill over the sixth-floor roof deck into Victoria Harbour. +852.3196.8888, www.fourseasons.com

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