8 Hong Kong Hotels to Check into This Winter

Now that a travel bubble between Singapore and Hong Kong is in the works, residents of the Lion City can start planning year-end stays at these notable properties.

The pool area at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. (Photo: Markus Gortz/Four Seasons)

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

When it comes to location, the Four Seasons in Hong Kong’s 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 until February 28, 2021, the property’s Escape to Reconnect offer promises 25 percent off room rates as well as daily breakfast for two inside The Lounge or in the privacy of one’s guest room. 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 10-percent discount. For an additional fee, guests can tack on a private cooking, mixology, or wellness class with an in-house expert through one of the Four Seasons’ Masters of Craft experiences. The Four Seasons is also offering half-price on stays in a Harbour-View, Grand Harbour-View, and Deluxe suite through its Suite Escape deal, available until December 27, 2020.

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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, which is available until December 30, 2020, guests who bed down here for two consecutive nights will receive the third night free. Members of the brand’s loyalty program Fans of M.O. can also enjoy two additional privileges, chosen from a comprehensive list of perks such as early check-in, late checkout, a room upgrade, daily breakfast, streaming Wi-Fi, or a dining or spa credit. Rates start from HK$2,200 (S$385) for a Statue Square View room.

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

Rosewood Hong Kong

An unmissable presence on the Kowloon waterfront, the flagship property of the locally based Rosewood brand turned heads by virtue of its elegant Tony Chi–designed interiors. The hotel’s Ultimate Rosewood Urban Escape special (running until December 30) rewards guests with a slew of benefits: these include a credit of HK$800 (S$140) for wellness experiences at Asaya, and a dining credit of HK$1,000 (S$175) to be used once at any of hotel’s bars and restaurants. Other perks range from access to the Manor Club executive lounge (for two) to a HK$500 (S$87) 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. Those staying before December 19 should book the More Rosewood offer, which rewards every two consecutive paid nights with a complimentary third night.

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The high-ceilinged lobby at The Murray, Hong Kong. (Photo: Niccolo Hotels)

The Murray, Hong Kong, A Niccolo Hotel

This winter, treat your loved ones to a stay inside a 1960s heritage building revamped by the studio of celebrated architect Norman Foster, located right on the doorstep of Hong Kong Park and the Peak Tram’s lower terminus. Wellness-minded guests can book The Murray Spa Indulgence: it includes an exclusive Instant Glow facial treatment designed by celebrated skincare expert Dr. Barbara Sturm, daily breakfast for two at The Tai Pan or Garden Lounge, and a spa gift courtesy of Australian beauty brand Grown Alchemist. Prices start from HK$5,150 (S$901) for two guests in a 38-square-meter Superior room, and the promotion is valid until December 31, 2020.

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

The Peninsula Hong Kong

This 92-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 promises guests 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 Rewind Time Stay Experience, valid until December 20. Ideal for celebrating a milestone with your significant other, the package includes a stay in a deluxe room, romantic in-room amenities, and daily breakfast at the Peninsula Lobby; rates start from HK$2,880 (S$504) per night.

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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 An Elevated Club Experience, a package that starts at HK$5,100 (S$892) per night. Guests who book the promo and stay at least two consecutive nights will get a free upgrade to a Club Deluxe Victoria Harbour room; enjoy access to the Club Lounge, which serves complimentary food and drinks throughout the day; be entitled to a one-way Mercedes Benz pick-up; and receive a dining credit of HK$800 (S$140) per stay, as well as a Ritz-Carlton Black Orchid candle as a take-home souvenir.

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Inside L’Envol, The St. Regis Hong Kong’s French restaurant. (Photo: Marriott International)

The St. Regis Hong Kong

One of Wanchai’s newest luxury hotels, The St. Regis Hong Kong has become known for both its food—French restaurant L’Envol and Cantonese fine-diner Rùn were both awarded one Michelin star—and swanky interiors by the acclaimed, locally born designer André Fu. For travelers wanting to mix up a five-star stay with the great outdoors, the Urban Beach Retreat (from HK$5,500/S$962 per night) is available until January 3, 2021. This deal includes a guaranteed upgrade to a Grand Deluxe room with flexible check-in and checkout, daily breakfast for two, and a roundtrip limousine transfer to an accessible beach of your choice (on Hong Kong Island, we recommend Turtle Cove Beach for a more intimate experience). Also tagging along will be your personal St. Regis butler, who will prepare a picnic lunch with a bottle of champagne to enjoy on the sand. Don’t forget to use the promotional code “SPU” when booking online.

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An aerial view of the main pool at W Hong Kong. (Photo: W Hotels Worldwide)

W Hong Kong

Valid seven days a week through December 27, the Amp Up Your Stay package at the quirky W in West Kowloon 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 (S$87) 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 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”; the package starts at HK$2,200 (S$385) per night.

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