Overseas travel might not be possible for now, but you can still pamper yourself—and your loved ones—at these luxury hotels across the territory.
Cordis Hong Kong
The idea of a romantic staycation in Mong Kok suddenly sounds very alluring, thanks to Cordis Hong Kong’s Love is in the Air deal running until September. Rates start from HK$3,200 per night for a Club Studio Room, which features panoramic views of the city. Couples can expect to find prosecco and strawberries upon arrival, and enjoy privileges such as club lounge access, daily breakfast at The Place (the hotel’s international buffet restaurant) or in the privacy of their room, and guaranteed late checkout until 4 p.m. Cordis is also throwing in a 60-minute couples’ massage at Chuan Spa, followed by a private dinner in its quirky Love Truck for two. And that’s not all; guests will be given a 30 percent discount on meals and drinks at the hotel’s restaurants and bars and a spa credit of HK$300 per room. Reservations must be made 48 hours in advance.
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
From now until August 31, the Four Seasons’ Summer Escapade package offers savings of 25 percent on accommodation, a complimentary upgrade to a Harbour-View room, daily breakfast for two at The Lounge or inside their room, and late checkout until 4 p.m. Another perk? In-room dining and meals at The Lounge—where menu highlights include braised beef cheek in shiraz sauce, black-truffle risotto, and wok-fried Boston lobster—come with a 20-percent discount. Guests can upgrade to a suite with a HK$900 supplement, and for an additional fee, tack on a private cooking, mixology, or wellness class with an in-house expert through one of the Four Seasons’ Masters of Craft experiences.
Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel
Valid until July 31, the One More Time deal at this beachside retreat on Castle Peak Bay in the New Territories offers a guaranteed 33-hour stay with early check-in from 9 a.m. and late checkout till 6 p.m. the next evening. What’s more, you’ll save 20 percent on best available rates for a Premier Seaview room, receive an upgrade to one with a balcony, and a dining credit of HK$200 per room per night. Bookings must be made directly via the hotel website, through email, or by calling its reservations number.
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Starting from HK$2,380 per room per night, the Grand Hyatt’s Escape 24 staycation package comes with several major benefits. You’ll get to enjoy a 24-hour stay from the time of check in, a complimentary upgrade to a Harbour View room, and daily breakfast for two at Grand Café. Another highlight? One of the following perks of your choice: a credit of HK$1,000 per night for dining (including room service) and spa treatments, one set meal at Cantonese restaurant One Harbour Road for two, a dinner buffet at Grand Café for two (available on Mondays to Thursdays), a set meal at Italian fine-dining venue Grissini, or a couple’s 40-minute body massage at Plateau Spa (Mondays to Thursdays only). The offer is valid for stays through September, and families can expect an additional discount of 50 percent on a connecting room.
Harbor views, mouth-watering buffets, and high-tech amenities aren’t the only reasons to check in at this high-rise hotel a short walk from the Hong Kong Science Museum. Priced from HK$2,700 per room per night and valid until December 23, the Family Fun Package accommodates up to two adults and two children aged 11 or below in a Club 65 Studio suite, offering daily breakfast for four and late checkout until 3 p.m. Families will be pampered with an extra bed, an in-suite tent experience, plus kid-size amenities such as bathrobes, slippers, toiletries, and toys. And you won’t even need to step outside for entertainment, as the hotel’s recreation lounge has a PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR, while the in-room Apple TV comes with unlimited access to Netflix movies and TV shows. In need of some spa time? You’ll be eligible for a 20 percent discount on full-body massages at Angsana Spa from Mondays to Fridays (except public holidays).
Also included in the package is one of five extra dining experiences. At buffet restaurant The Market, families can enjoy one lunch on weekdays, a brunch on weekends and public holidays, or a buffet dinner for up to two adults and two children. The other options are a set dinner at top-floor Cantonese fine-dining venue Above & Beyond and an in-room dining voucher worth HK$1,300 per room per stay.
Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong
Not content with leaving your dog at home while basking in the lap of luxury? The Hyatt Centric in North Point has just launched A Centric Dogcation, an offer running through September with rates for dog-friendly lodgings from just HK$999 per night. Two- and four-legged guests will stay in a 23.5-square-meter (or 253-square-foot) sea-view room with one king or two single beds, laden with special amenities like a dog bed, welcome treats, water and food bowls, anti-bacterial spray, along with pet cleaning essentials. In addition, dog owners will get access to the hotel’s own Upper Farm Doggy Playground, and receive coupons of HK$40 toward food from Hill’s Pet Nutrition and HK$50 for delivery service Epet.hk. The rate includes one dog weighing less than 30 kilograms per room; a supplement of HK$299 (plus a 10-percent service charge) will apply for a second dog, with extra welcome treats provided. Spending another HK$700 per night will get you an upgrade to a 31-square-meter (or 334-square-foot) Deluxe Harbour View room.
Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong
The flagship property of the Shangri-La Group is now offering the Ultimate Luxury Staycation package through September, allowing Hong Kong residents to be pampered even before they walk into the hotel’s sumptuous triple-height lobby above the Pacific Place mall. Guests are free to book a two-way Rolls Royce transfer between Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories, and will enjoy a hotel credit of HK$888 per night, late checkout until 6 p.m., as well as a complimentary one-way Peak Tram ride for two. (The funicular’s lower terminus is a short stroll away via the lush grounds of Hong Kong Park.) Wellness-minded staycationers will appreciate Island Shangri-La’s promise to upgrade bookings of any hour-long massage to 90 minutes at no extra cost. Don’t forget to quote the promo code “PSTAYRR” if you’re reserving by phone or email.
JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong
Also available until September 30, the Summer Family Fun Package at the nearby JW Marriott hotel starts from HK$2,700 for a pair of connecting rooms per night. The deal promises a 30-hour stay with flexible check-in and checkout, daily buffet breakfast at JW Café for up to four people, and dining credit of more than HK$1,000 per stay. The amount depends on which day you check in: HK$1,200 will be awarded to those who check-in on Fridays and Saturdays, and the sum increases to HK$1,500 for check-in between Sundays and Thursdays. Families have the option of swapping the bonus credit for access to the Executive Lounge, where they can enjoy afternoon tea, evening cocktails with hors d’oeuvres, and all-day refreshments for up to four people. As if that weren’t enough, JW Marriott will be rewarding guests with an in-room bottle of wine or sparkling wine and free selected drinks by the pool.
Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong
Valid for stays between September 1 and December 31, the Staycation Offer at this sleek waterfront property in Kowloon designed by André Fu includes a generous hotel credit of HK$1,000 per night, late checkout until 4 p.m., and complimentary overnight parking for one car per room. Members of the Golden Circle loyalty program will receive double GC Award Points and a complimentary room upgrade on top of the aforementioned benefits; the deal is also available at sister properties Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong and Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong.
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
Available through August, the Mandarin Oriental’s Staycation by M.O. deal comes with a raft of benefits. Guests can expect a HK$888 dining or spa credit per stay for a room, an amount that increases to HK$1,288 when booked into a suite; 24-hour flexible check in and checkout; and a free upgrade to the next room category. Other bonuses range from daily breakfast for two adults and one child under the age of 12 to a private history tour of the hotel and various kids’ experiences—like a session in making towel and balloon art. (For adults, weekend classes in chocolate making, mixology, and wine appreciation are available at an additional fee.) On top of that, you’ll be rewarded with a Wellness Day Pass valued at HK$600 for the hotel’s spa facilities to be redeemed within one month of departure.
Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Hong Kong
Just the thing for those looking to change up their wardrobe this summer, the Dine • Shop • Relax package at the Marco Polo atop Tsim Sha Tsui’s Harbour City mall is running until September 30. The offer guarantees a room upgrade to the next category, a complimentary welcome fruit platter, a dining credit of HK$600 per night (to be used for hotel-operated restaurants or room service), and late checkout until 6 p.m., as well as shopping privileges at Lane Crawford downstairs. Aside from a gift card worth HK$200, you’ll receive Gold membership of the Privilege program for one year and one-off access for two guests to Lane Crawford’s Platinum Suite, a dedicated lounge where you can take advantage of a complimentary styling service. The VIP facility is typically open only to Platinum members who spend a minimum of HK$60,000 at Lane Crawford within a year.
Alternatively, Marco Polo Hotels’ global Ready When You Are special will let you enjoy 10 percent off the best available rate for stays through the end of the year, with breakfast for two, a guaranteed room upgrade, and late checkout. An additional 10 percent discount applies for bookings made direct on the hotel website. But you’ll have to hurry: this deal can only be booked until June 30.
Rosewood Hong Kong
If you haven’t been to this Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront landmark with Tony Chi–designed interiors, the Ultimate Rosewood Urban Escape special gives you good reason to book a stay between now and December 30. You’ll be rewarded with a slew of benefits: think, free overnight parking or a one-way transfer to/from a local destination, a credit of HK$800 for wellness experiences at Asaya, and a dining credit of HK$1,000 to be used once at any of hotel’s bars and restaurants (carnivores will want to pick the American-style steakhouse Henry). Other perks range from access to the Manor Club executive lounge (for two) to a HK$500 gift voucher for the adjoining K11 Musea mall, not to mention Klub 11 Gold Card membership to unlock benefits at both K11 Musea and the K11 Art Mall on Mody Road, a 10-minute walk away.
The Murray, Hong Kong, A Niccolo Hotel
This summer, treat your loved ones to a break in a 1960s heritage building revamped by none other than the studio of celebrated architect Norman Foster, located right on the doorstep of Hong Kong Park and the Peak Tram’s lower terminus. The Murray Staycation package is available through August, and includes daily breakfast for two in the hotel’s bistro The Tai Pan (plus complimentary breakfast for children under six), along with free parking and a rollaway bed for the N1 Deluxe room. But the biggest perk is a dining credit of HK$1,200 per night that can be used across four of the property’s five restaurants and bars, namely the rooftop European venue Popinjay’s, the Garden Lounge (whose main draw is the signature afternoon tea service), The Tai Pan, and the snazzy Murray Lane bar.
If you can’t wait to reserve a room, Niccolo Hotels’ global Travel in Style Again special is set to expire on June 30. The offer will let you enjoy 10 percent off the best available rate for stays through the end of the year, with breakfast for two, a guaranteed room upgrade, and late checkout. An additional 10 percent discount applies for bookings made direct on the website.
The Olympian Hong Kong
With just 32 rooms and suites, The Olympian is a discreet boutique hotel in a tranquil corner of West Kowloon. As at its sister property on Hong Kong’s Gold Coast, the One More Time promotion runs until July 31, offering a 20 percent discount on best available rates, a 33-hour stay, a dining credit of HK$200 per room per night, and a complimentary room upgrade to the next category. Booking an already spacious Deluxe Olympian Room will get you a Grand Harbour View room, while those who reserve the latter will be upgraded to an Olympian Suite—the largest of which measures in at a generous 75 square meters (more than 800 square feet). Anyone planning to stay here later in the summer can still save 25 percent on accommodation by booking 30 days in advance.
The Peninsula Hong Kong
Kowloon’s grande dame hotel has posted an unmissable offer running until August 31, titled We Meet Again – The Eight Loves of The Peninsula Hong Kong. Rates start from HK$3,880 for a Deluxe room and HK$5,880 for a Superior suite, with a second night or a second room at half-price. The promotion includes daily breakfast, a one-way limousine transfer, and complimentary chocolates from The Peninsula Boutique. Also part of the package? A HK$500 credit for use in the hotel’s restaurants, bar, and spa, along with a gift certificate of the same value for a future visit.
As a special add-on, guests can partake in one of eight curated experiences. Among the options are an hour-long cooking class, a scenic hike on the Peak with complimentary rides on the Peak Tram and tickets to the Peak Tower’s Sky Terrace 428, and a two-hour fashion photography experience. The deal is valid only for those with Hong Kong resident ID, and must be booked at least 48 hours before check in.
The Pottinger Hong Kong
Right in the heart of Central, The Pottinger is located where its namesake road rises into a steep pedestrian-only thoroughfare paved with granite slabs from the mid-19th century. It makes for an ideal base from which to explore historic gems such as the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage & Arts. Available until July 31, the Book 2 Get 3 promotion rewards guests who stay two consecutive nights with an extra night on the house, as well as 25 percent off à la carte dinners at the in-house Italian venue Gradini Ristorante E Bar and access to the nearby fitness club Goji Studios. Asia Miles or KrisFlyer Miles can be earned from the stay; the free third night must be fulfilled on or before July 31.
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Appropriately named for a hotel that occupies the 102nd to 118th floors of the tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong, The Ritz-Carlton’s Sky High Staycation package lets you indulge in five-star luxury and jaw-dropping views for less. Valid until December 30, and with rates starting at HK$3,230 per night, the package entails accommodation in a Deluxe room with a guaranteed upgrade for Hong Kong ID card holders, daily breakfast for two at The Lounge & Bar, plus complimentary glass of house champagne at Ozone (the highest rooftop bar in the world), also for two. You’ll also enjoy 20 percent off treatments at The Ritz-Carlton Spa and the same discount across the hotel’s dining venues, including one-Michelin-starred Italian eatery Tosca di Angelo and two-Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Tin Lung Heen.
The St. Regis Hong Kong
Available through August, the 24-hour Plus staycation package at this elegant André Fu–designed property in Wan Chai is priced from HK$3,888 per night. Guests who book the deal are guaranteed an upgrade to a 53-square-meter (570-square-foot) Premier room with a partial harbor view, flexible check-in and checkout, and a dining credit of HK$1,000 that can be used at any of the hotel’s restaurants, including the one-Michelin-starred venues L’Envol and Rùn. The St. Regis is also offering a complimentary vitamin-boosted version of its signature Canto Mary—a locally inspired take on the Bloody Mary—and personalized fitness training for two. Those looking to splurge can upgrade to a St. Regis Suite for an extra supplement from HK$3,300 per night, and their dining credit will then be doubled to HK$2,000. Be sure to quote the promo code “P91” when reserving online.
The Upper House
André Fu’s first hotel project may be just the place for a stylish, design-focused downtown staycation. The property’s 24-hours at Our House offer entails 20 percent off best available rates, and a guaranteed 24-hour stay with flexible check-in time. Also included in the deal are breakfast for two at Café Gray Deluxe, a complimentary round of drinks at the same venue from 6 p.m. onward, plus unlimited on-demand popcorn and in-room blockbuster movies; guests staying on weekends will have access to group wellness classes. On top of those benefits, guests booked into an Upper Suite will receive a complimentary dinner for two at Café Gray Deluxe. The deal is only valid for Hong Kong residents (HKID will be required at time of check in), and reservations should be made with the promo code “Local”.
W Hong Kong
Valid seven days a week through August 30, the Amp Up Your Stay package at West Kowloon’s quirky W rewards you with an upgrade from a Wonderful to a Fabulous Room, daily breakfast, and one W Grab-n-Go basket loaded with savory treats, and late checkout at 6 p.m. And that’s not all: you’ll be given a HK$500 cash voucher on selected treatments at Bliss spa and get to enjoy an in-room movie with popcorn and soft drinks each night. W is also offering half-price on limousine rides anywhere in Hong Kong, the same discount on all items in the minibar (including cocktail packs), and extra credit for in-room dining. Bookings must be made at least a day in advance by quoting the promo code “YX1”.