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Two Hearts Intertwined at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

January 17, 2020 Luxury Hotels No Comments Email Email


2020 marks a joyous year for weddings, an auspicious time that symbolises connubial love and harmony. From February 8 to 16, 2020, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong will launch a contemporary wedding pop up spanning across Chinese and Western Valentine’s Day, offering access to four limited time offers for a big celebration or an intimate wedding. The elegant affair at The Lobby takes place from 12:00 noon to 7:00 pm daily, where guests can kick-start their wedding planning with expert advice from the Hotel’s consultants.

In these nine days, guests can take the first step towards their dream wedding at the modern utopia guided by the Hotel’s wedding specialists, explore Executive Pastry Chef Ringo Chan’s wedding cake display ideas, breath-taking gowns from Trinity Bridal and browse matching rings from David Yurman, the perfect testament for a lifelong commitment. Guests can also explore an alternative destination wedding venue across the west frontier of Hong Kong at Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip with unique offers at the wedding pop up.

Dream Weddings at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong takes delight in bringing each couple’s dream wedding to life while keeping wedding planning easy and efficient. Guests can sit back and learn about recommendations from the team.

Special packages include dream venues at the Grand Ballroom that can accommodate more than 400 guests for a banquet, the Harbour View Ballroom that is ideal for a medium-sized weddings, and the Presidential Suite for an intimate wedding reception perfect for up to 30 guests, while banquet menus are designed by Michelin starred chefs in the Hotel.

Choose from Chinese menus by Chinese Executive Chef Chan Yan Tak, or western menus by Executive Chef Dirk Haltenhof. Chef Chan is the first Chinese chef in the world to have received three Michelin stars; not only does he personally oversee operation of the coveted Chinese restaurant Lung King Heen, he also keeps a close eye on food quality in wedding banquets. Chef Haltenhof from Germany adds flair to his traditional European cooking with influences from various cultures in Europe, Middle East and Asia.

Chef Ringo Chan brings forward his impressive repertoire of confectionary at the pop up. A perfect statement at the wedding that is an expression of style and addition of artistic flair.  Speak to Chef and bring saccharine inspiration to life.

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong wedding packages start from HKD 15,288 per table for lunch and HKD 17,388 per table for dinner. For a wedding reception in the Presidential Suite, packages start from HKD 50,000. Prices are subject to 10 percent service charge and are available during the wedding pop up for weddings held in 2020.

Meanwhile, New York-founded luxury brand David Yurman sums up the meaning of love in their iconic cable rings where two elements intertwine to create a harmonious tension akin to love and marriage. Guests who purchase fine jewellery at the pop up counter will enjoy a special offer for any purchase.

Trinity Bridal and Four Seasons share the same ethos of providing exceptional services; the bridal house carries a beautiful selection of designer gowns including Ellie Saab, Galia Lahav and more. Guests who visit the wedding pop up and confirm their wedding at Four Seasons will exclusively receive a Champagne invitation at their shop in Central and 10 percent savings on gown purchase.

Destination Weddings at Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip

For couples who would like to explore a destination wedding easily accessed from Hong Kong, Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip is an urban oasis where Michelin feasts are met with enchanting experiences distinctive to the locality. The Hotel offers a one-stop destination wedding service for couples looking to tie the knot in an ambience unconventional to the bustling city. European-esque hotel façade by the pool, complimented by fresh greenery, are just some of the jewels one would find at the Hotel’s two garden lawns that span 560 square metres (6,000 square feet). Impeccable wine and dine options are meticulously curated by the award-winning chef’s team, together with well-experienced staff delivering the most attentive service to cherished guests.

The Hotel features beautifully appointed guest rooms overlooking the Cotai Strip, sumptuous contemporary Cantonese flair at the Michelin-starred restaurant Zi Yat Heen, a lagoon-style swimming pool complimented with four additional pools, a decadent spa, and luxury retail.

Wedding packages at Four Seasons Hotel Macao start at HKD 2,188 per person, minimum of 150 heads in total. Price is subject to 10 percent service charge.

For reservations and enquiries, email catering.hkg@fourseasons.com or contact +852 3196 8338.



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