Sun Hung Kai Properties chairman Walter Kwok Ping-sheung (second from right) said the occupancy rate for the Four Seasons Hotel in Central had recently reached 80 per cent to 90 per cent. 'But it is a full-house tonight,' said Mr Kwok at the hotel's grand opening last night. The 45-storey project, which has 399 guest rooms, was the first top-tier, large-scale hotel to open on Hong Kong Island since the Ritz-Carlton in 1993. When it opened for business last month, about 38 per cent of the rooms had been booked. Lee Shau-kee (far left), chairman of joint developer Henderson Land Group, was optimistic on the future of the tourism industry. 'If there's a chance, I want to build a few more hotels,' Mr Lee said. Also present at the launch were Financial Secretary Henry Tang Ying-yen and Isadore Sharp, the chief executive of Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts.