The clinical ambiance of the Hong Kong Four Seasons spa is not my cup of tea. While it has nice clean lines, it does not have the modern zen opulence that I love when it comes to spas. The most beautiful spa that I have visited to date is still The Spa at Encore Las Vegas. Sadly, I cannot judge the quality of the massages at the Encore as Wenting(ex-roomie) and I only purchased a day pass to use the facilities. With their massages averaging around $300 per treatment…it was too huge of a splurge.
The Hong Kong Four Seasons offers a much better deal comparatively. Hubby and I each enjoyed a 90 minute Signature Four Seasons Massage in a private room overlooking the HK harbour for about $400USD inclusive of service charge.
You prepare for the massage by arriving an hour early to enjoy the various steams rooms and the vitality pool:
Afterwards, you can relax with various juices/herbal teas/and snacks:
We were then led into our treatment room which overlooks the harbor and the ICC building(the building with triangle light pattern):
Overall: The massage at the Four Seasons was better than The Mira’s but the price is about 35% higher. I would not return to the Four Seasons for another massage because the Mandarin Oriental provides better service and the Intercontinental provides a better massage. But what the Mandarin Oriental & the Intercontinental lack is the awesome vitality pool and the amethyst steam room which only the Encore’s Ecualyptus steam room tops. But you do not need to book a spa treatment in order to use either though. All guests staying at the Four Seasons can indulge.