8 Hong Kong Hotels to Book This Season

Now that the Fragrant Harbor has reopened to the world, these notable properties are offering complimentary nights, room upgrades, and more perks.

Argo, the top-notch cocktail bar at the Four Seasons. (Photo: Chester Ong/Four Seasons)

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

When it comes to location, the Four Seasons in the Central district ticks all the boxes: it’s connected to the IFC Mall and an Airport Express station, while the ferry piers for excursions to outlying islands are just a short stroll away. Valid for stays until March 31, the property’s Stay Longer – Third Night Free offer delivers one extra night for every two consecutive paid nights in a suite, with guaranteed access to the Executive Club Lounge. Families and friends traveling together will want to take advantage of the Time Together deal, which entails a 15 percent discount in a newly renovated suite and a complimentary adjoining Superior Harbour View room. To be eligible, guests must bed down for at least three nights and complete their stay by the end of February.



The 11th-floor lagoon pool at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. (Photo: Hyatt Hotels Corporation)

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Until February 28, guests staying three to six nights at this jewel on the Wanchai waterfront can get 25 percent off room rates and enjoy extra benefits: the room-only package also comes with savings of 10 percent on hotel restaurants, room service, and minibar items, as well as 30 percent on laundry and dry cleaning. Paying a little extra will get you a one-time hotel credit of HK$1,200 (US$153) to spend on in-room dining and meals at any of the five-star property’s outlets. Hongkongers seeking out a last-minute staycation should consider the Welcome 2023 offer running until January 19. Guests arriving from Monday to Thursday will be rewarded with a 24-hour stay from HK$2,970 (with a 10 percent surcharge), not to mention a credit of HK$2,023 to be spent on dining and spa treatments.



A Statue Square View Room at the Mandarin Oriental. (Photo: Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group)

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

A fixture of the local hospitality scene since 1963, the retro-chic Mandarin beside Statue Square in the heart of Central has long served as a social hub for Hong Kong’s movers and shakers. Through the One More Night deal, available until March 31, 2023, guests who bed down at the MO for two consecutive nights will receive the third night free. Since the complimentary night can be repeated, you can earn up to five extra nights for a maximum of 15 nights. Meanwhile, the Long Stay Experience offer applies to bookings of seven nights or more between now and February 28. Aside from a guaranteed room upgrade for selected categories, you’ll get daily breakfast and a dining credit of HK$1,000 (US$128), along with discounts of 30 percent on minibar items, 25 percent on laundry, and 15 percent on in-room dining.



The cozy lobby at Ovolo Central. (Photo: Ovolo Hotels)

Ovolo Central

Ovolo Hotels is celebrating Hong Kong’s reopening with the launch of the 1, 2, FREE offer at both of its two outposts in the city: the quirky Ovolo Central on the doorstep of the Tai Kwun arts center and Ovolo Southside, its sister property in the Wong Chuk Hang neighborhood (a 10-minute walk from Ocean Park). The free third night must be used before February 28, and the deal comes with a range of signature perks, like daily breakfast, all-inclusive minibar, a free “loot bag” filled with snacks, and the chance to join the daily social hour — when the first round of drinks is on the house.



Inside one of Rosewood Hong Kong’s Harbour Corner suites. (Photo: Rosewood Hong Kong)

Rosewood Hong Kong

It’s not too late to book the Holiday Edition of the More Rosewood deal, which matches two consecutive paid nights with a complimentary third night in the group’s ultra-luxe flagship hotel. Applicable for Grand Harbour View rooms as well as Kowloon Bay View, Harbour Corner, and Grand Harbour Corner suites, the package includes daily breakfast for two and a hotel credit of HK$1,000 (US$128) for dining and Asaya wellness treatments per stay. Guests will also earn 100 “K Dollars” to spend as instant cash at the adjoining K11 Musea mall and the K11 Art Mall on Mody Road, a 10-minute walk away, or Chow Tai Fook jewelry stores. The catch? You’ll have to act fast, as this festive season special only lasts until January 20. Alternatively, the More Rosewood offer covers the rest of the year, promising a free third night through December 31, 2023.



Lighthouse Café at The Fullerton Hong Kong. (Photo: The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts)

The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong

Perhaps the ritziest accommodations on Hong Kong Island’s Southside, The Fullerton only started welcoming guests last summer. Its ongoing Bed and Breakfast by the Sea promotion guarantees a free upgrade to a Grand Oceanfront or Grand Deluxe Oceanfront room for stays of at least two consecutive nights and daily breakfast. Until February 28, those marking a special occasion with loved ones can book the Let’s Celebrate package to receive a one-pound tiramisu and a complimentary bottle of red or white wine of their choice, a dinner buffet for two at all-day diner Lighthouse Café, plus breakfast and late checkout at 3 p.m.



The indoor swimming pool at The Peninsula Hong Kong. (Photo: The Peninsula Hotels)

The Peninsula Hong Kong

This 94-year-old grande dame hotel, set back from the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, continues to be a favorite among jet-setting globetrotters. Those planning to bed down a little longer at the storied Kowloon property should go for the More Time … With Our Compliments promotion, which gives travelers a third night on the house. The deal is applicable to all room categories except for The Peninsula Suite and The Marco Polo Suite. Another option is the Luxury in Advance room package, which saves you up to 20 percent on the Peninsula Premier rate for stays until December 31, 2023.



One of The Ritz-Carlton’s Club Grand Victoria Harbour rooms. (Photo: Marriott International)

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Occupying the uppermost floors of the 118-story International Commerce Center in West Kowloon, Hong Kong’s Ritz-Carlton held the title of world’s highest hotel for eight years after it was opened in 2011. The panoramic views over Victoria Harbour and the cityscape are part and parcel of The Ritz-Carlton Elevated Experience, a package that starts at HK$6,000 (US$768) per night. Guests who book the promo and stay at least two consecutive nights will get a free upgrade to the next room category; enjoy access to the all-day Club Lounge; be entitled to a one-way Mercedes Benz pick-up; and receive a dining credit of HK$800 (US$102) in addition to a Ritz-Carlton Black Orchid candle as a take-home souvenir.


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