IFC Hong Kong inc. the Hotel, Shopping and Where to eat

IFC development features IFC MALL which has a circular layout joining building one and two, offices, and the 60-storey Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. At the bottom of IFC you have an easy connection to MTR Hong Kong Station, which services the MTR Airport Express and MTR Tung Chung Line.

2IFC (CN: 國際金融中心二期) or Two International Finance Centre is the larger of the two buildings that make up IFC located at Central on Hong Kong Island. One IFC is 210 meters tall and Two IFC is 415 meters tall. 2 IFC is the second tallest building in Hong Kong after the ICC in Kowloon.

Building layout


IFC Mall is an upmarket mall featuring over 2oo stores with many of them being international luxury brand names. Major tenants include

  • Apple Flagship Store
  • Lane Crawford
  • ZARA
  • City Super
  • Luxury and fashion brands such as Coach, Ermenegildo Zegna, Valentino, Gucci and more
  • Cosmetic and Beauty brands such as Sephora, Malin+Goetz and more
  • Jewelry brands such as Boucheron, Tiffany & Co and more
  • Cinema by PALACE ifc featuring 5 theatres. See Movie Times
  • 43 Food & Beverage options from cafe to fine dining, more below

Most shops are open from 10 am to 10 pm daily. IFC MALL website: ifc.com.hk/en/mall/shopping/

Dining Picks at IFC

  • Try the crispy skin roasted pork at Lei Garden on level 3
  • Wonton noodles at Tasty Congee & Noodle Wantun Shop on level 3
  • Sweet & Sour Ibérico Pork with Grapes at Cuisine Cuisine for elegant dining with a view of the “Symphony of Lights” show over Victoria Harbor.
  • For an amazing burger with a view try the Shake Shack on podium level 4
  • For Michelin star restaurants see the Four Seasons below

Rooftop Garden

The Rooftop Garden is somewhat of a secret but head to the elevators near City Super and zoom up to level 4. There is a landscaped area, spectacular views, and loads of free to use public seating.

Four Seasons Hotel

The hotel features one of Hong Kong’s most amazing roof-top pools with a view. It is simply extraordinary. Along with that, there are 3 restaurants and two bars. The pick of the restaurants is Lung King Heen which is the first 3-Star Michelin rated Chinese restaurant. Caprice is also a 3 Michelin Star restaurant offering fine French cuisine and there is Sushi Saito offering the best of Tokyo on a plate, also a 3 Michelin Star restaurant. Other amenities include the world-class spa and wellness center plus fitness center with state of the art machines and regular classes.

The accommodation options offer floor-ceiling glass with amazing views of either Victoria Harbour, Victoria Peak, or Kowloon. You can select which view you’d like when booking. See room styles and rate offers.

Four Seasons Place

Offers serviced luxury suites for long-term guests including studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments. It offers business services, a sky lounge with a rooftop pool, 24 HR gym, and concierge services. Reservations can be made via their website at fsphk.com



Tower 1 is also known as 1IFC and branded in lowercase letters, as “One ifc”. Likewise, Tower 2 is also known as 2IFC and branded as “Two ifc”.

1IFC opened in December 1998, towards the end of the Asian financial crisis. Tenants included ING Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp, Fidelity International, the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority and the Financial Times.

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority purchased 14 floors in 2IFC; the Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation signed a 12-year lease on 24,000-square-foot (2,200 m2); Nomura Group agreed to take 60,000 sq ft (5,600 m2) at 2 IFC; the Financial Times, an existing tenant at One IFC, took 10,000 sq ft (900 m2). Ernst & Young took six floors (from the 11th to 18th floors), or about 180,000 square feet (16,700 m2), in 2IFC, to become the biggest tenant.

2IFC, which was completed at the height of the SARS epidemic, was initially available to rent at HK$25-HK$35 per square foot. In 2007, as the economy has improved, high quality (“Grade A”) office space is highly sought after; rents for current leases are $150 per square foot as of March 2007.

The IFC’s towers have featured in several Hollywood films, including Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life, where Lara Croft leaps off the then-under-construction 2 International Finance Centre, landing on a ship out in the Kowloon Bay, and The Dark Knight, where Batman leapt from 2 IFC to 1 IFC, where an action scene then takes place.

The 88th floor of 2IFC is the backdrop of core scenes of the German Thriller “Im Schatten der Lombardis” by Berit Paton Reid, a German writer based in Dubai, UAE.

Source: Wikipedia


8 Finance St, Central, Hong Kong

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