Suite dreams: Hong Kong’s best staycations and luxury hotel suites

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It could be a little while before we can travel again, so why not take advantage of the many Hong Kong staycation packages popping up around town? Plus, with all that money you’ll be saving on airfare, we’ve rounded up some of Hong Kong’s most extravagant hotel suites to splash out on.

For a sexy getaway: The Upper House

Luxurious interiors, fabulous amenities, and floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of the harbour make The Upper House a firm favourite for couples seeking a sexy getaway.

Splash-out suite: The 1,960-square-feet penthouses boast luxurious furnishings across two bedrooms and a living room, with a stylish bathroom complete with harbour-facing views.

Special packages: Available until 6 September 2020, the hotel’s 24-hour staycation package (HK$2,880 per night for Studio 70, HK$6,000 per night for Upper Suite) gets you breakfast for two, plus a complimentary round of drinks at the hotel’s modern European restaurant, Café Gray Deluxe; access to movies in your room along with unlimited popcorn; as well as group wellness classes on weekends. The Upper Suite package also includes dinner for two at the restaurant.

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For poolside posing: W Hong Kong

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We love W Hong Kong’s for its laid-back, sexy vibe – and gorgeous backdrop at its sky-high pool.

Best suite: The 2,160-square-feet “Extreme Wow” suite – the only one of its kind and located at the top of the hotel – comes complete with a two-storey ceiling, living and dining areas, a plush king bed and two bathrooms. And of course, the palatial quarters also boast the panoramic harbour views the hotel is famous for.

Special packages: The “Daydream” staycation package (HK$2,300 per night) offers a stay at the Wonderful Room, breakfast for two, signature cocktails and a tapas platter served poolside, and a HK$500 voucher at the Bliss spa. There’s also guaranteed late check-out at 6pm.

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For an escape from the city: Hyatt Regency

Urbanites seeking an escape, look no further than Hyatt Regency Sha Tin. Surrounded by the Kau To Shan hills and with views of the Tolo Harbour, this hotel offers a great resort-like atmosphere.

Splash-out suite: The two-bedroom presidential suite takes up 2,560 square feet at the top floor. With grand views of the Tolo Harbour, it features a king bed and a jetted bathtub. Breakfast and evening cocktails at the Regency Club lounge are included.

Special packages: From now through 30 September 2020, enjoy a stay in a one- or two-bedroom executive suite (HK$1,680 per night), with HK$1,100 in dining credit, complimentary bike rental, and late check-out until 4pm.

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For time with loved ones – or alone: Kerry Hotel Hong Kong 

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Whether you’re after a home-away-from-home experience in a luxury suite or celebrating special occasions with loved ones, Kerry Hotel is your pick.

Splash-out suite: Taking up 3,160 square feet, the presidential suite (HK$48,000 per night, depending on date of stay) features a terrace with views of the harbour, a bedroom and a lounge, with all the mod-cons you’d expect of a room of this calibre, including Acqua di Parma toiletries and Bang and Olufsen speakers. Guests also have club lounge access.

Special packages: The “Millennials Me Time” (HK$2,400 and up per night) is ideal for those who need a breather from the daily grind: think breakfast for two, private outdoor yoga class in the morning, and a 60-minute massage for two. The “Couples Retreat” (HK$3,900 and up per night) is great for a little bit of romance: you’ll enjoy a bottle of champagne, $1,000 in credit for use in the hotel, a 60-minute massage for two, as well as access to The Club. Meanwhile, the “Girls Night In” package (HK$3,500 and up per night) offers a similar deal – use your credit at any of the restaurants and the spa. There’s also a private hour-long mixology class, plus 20 percent off spa treatments and available interconnected rooms.

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For fine dining: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong 

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong boasts some of the most highly rated restaurants in town — and a great spa to boot.

Splash-out suite: A stay at the hotel’s presidential suite is a sumptuous affair. Expect a personalised experience, million-dollar views of the Victoria Harbour, and even a multi-purpose room that can be tailored to every need you can imagine, whether that be a styling space, an assistant’s office, private gym.

Special packages: Maximise your time in a fluffy bathrobe, or by the pool, with Grand Hyatt Hong Kong’s Escape 24 package. Available through 30 September 2020, it allows a 24-hour stay from the time you check in. For HK$2,680 a night, you’ll get an upgrade to a Harbour View Room, breakfast for two at Grand Cafe, and your choice of the following: HK$1,000 in dining credits, a set menu for two at Chinese restaurant One Harbour Road or classic Italian establishment Grissini, a buffet for two at Grand Cafe, or a 40-minute massage for two at Plateau Spa, which is available Mondays to Thursdays.

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For a full board stay: Conrad Hong Kong

Conrad Hong Kong is offering a City Staycation package on KLOOK, which includes plenty of dining options along with the one-night stay.

Splash-out suite: Comprising separate living room, dining room, pantry, powder room and bedroom, the 2,519 square feet Presidential Suite commands splendid views of picturesque Victoria Harbour and Victoria Peak. Guests are entitled to complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out, butler and concierge services.

Special packages:  From now through 31 July 2020, enjoy a night in a Deluxe Harbour View Room, a four-course degustation dinner for two at either Nicholini’s or Brasserie on the Eighth, breakfast buffet at the Executive Lounge, an afternoon tea set and an evening cocktail for just HK$2,800 for two (service charge included).  

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For wellness lovers: Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Indulge in a restorative experience with a wellness retreat at Four Seasons Hong Kong. Enjoy everything from vibrational sound therapy with singing bowls, personal fitness training, nutrition consultation, to invigorating Ayurveda lifting facial and more.

Splash-out suite: The one-of-a-kind Presidential Suite in Four Seasons Hong Kong is the perfect choice if you are in search for the poshest bathtub to unwind in. Spanning 3,430 square feet, the spacious suite features a full marble bathroom and a private dining room that can host up to 10 guests. Surround yourself with panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and Kowloon, and experience the height of Four Seasons service with personalised attention at the airy Executive Club Lounge on the 45th floor.

Special packages: Available until 31 December 2020, the hotel’s wellness retreat package  (HK$3,688 per night for Deluxe Peak-View Room, HK$23,000 per night for Deluxe Suite) gets you breakfast for two, complimentary 60-minute Ayurveda Lifting Facial with Subtle Energies for one guest per stay; 60-minute customised body massage for one guest per stay; 30-minute guided meditation session for two guests per stay; 30-minute Tibetan Singing Bowl session for two guests per stay; 30-minute culinary consultation about healthy dining options once per stay, as well as a welcome gift by Sweaty Betty.  

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For local exploration: The Peninsula Hong Kong

The Peninsula Hong Kong offers eight themed staycation packages with a plethora of local experiences perfect for those who want to rediscover Hong Kong.

Splash-out suite: Spacious and bright, the 1,422-square-feet Grand Deluxe Harbour View Suite is perfect for entertainment and can host up to four guests, who will enter through an elegant foyer that provides a discreet separation from the living areas.

Special packages:  From now through 31 August 2020, The Eight Loves of The Peninsula Hong Kong is available from HK$3,880 for a Deluxe Room and from HK$5,880 for a Superior Suite, with a second night or second room at 50% off room rate. The price include breakfast for two per room per night, a one-way limousine transfer per booking per stay, HK$500 hotel credit for use at hotel restaurants, bar and The Spa per booking per stay. Guests may select one of the “Eight Loves of The Peninsula Hong Kong” experiences including: Love of Food – Fun with Food, Love of Art, Love of Exploration, Love of Entertainment, Love of Fashion & Culture, Love of Wellness, Love of Transportation and Love of Transportation.

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For family fun: The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Reach for the sky and indulge in a luxury top suite experience at the Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, the highest hotel in the world. 

Splash-out suite: Located on Level 117, the 3,930 square feet Ritz-Carlton Suite is where you can enjoy an unobstructed bird’s eye view of Hong Kong’s mesmerising skyline and exclusive personalised benefits such as chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce round trip pick up, chauffeur-driven hotel limousine throughout your stay, massage for two persons daily at the Ritz-Carlton spa and more.

Special packages: The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is offering Ritz-Kids® Night Safari staycation for families with younger guests, with all camping gear provided. Available from HK$3,600 per room per night, the family staycation package includes overnight accommodation in Grand Seaview or Deluxe Suite and above, a Ritz Kids Night Safari Program and in-suite tent experience, plus complimentary breakfast at The Lounge & Bar for 2 adults and 2 children, access to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge with complimentary food and beverage offerings for guests staying in Deluxe Suite or above.

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For creative themed staycations: Cordis Hong Kong

With 18 different staycation packages, Cordis Hong Kong has a staycation for everyone, from foodies to fitness fanatics and everyone in between.

Splash-out suite: The 600 square feet Spa Suite is a haven of peace, complete with a hydrotherapy bath with amenities from Chuan Spa and a private steam room with a separate rain shower. Indulge in some extra pampering with complimentary access to the Club Lounge.

Special packages: The 18 packages include themed staycations such as 24 Hours in BangkokBest of British and Fly Me to France to take guests on a trip away from Hong Kong. Other options include Luxurious Lalique Experience, where you can savour the Lalique Tasting Menu at Michelin-starred Ming Court, as well as Private Kitchen in the SkyO CanadaPerrier-Jouët Artistic Afternoon Michelin Dim Sum Cooking ClassGin, Gin, GinFloral Holiday and more.

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For a dogcation: Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong

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Enjoy a dog-friendly staycation with your furry friends at Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong this summer.

Splash-out suite: The one-and-only Victoria Harbour Suite is an urban sanctuary where you have your own private balcony, enjoy complimentary Victoria Harbour Lounge Access including breakfast, afternoon tea, and evening cocktail.  

Special packages: Available now through September 30, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong is launching “A Centric Dogcation” for you and your furry friends. Available from HK$999 per night, the package includes one night accommodation at 1 King or 2 Twin Beds Room with one dog, dog amenities and access to the hotel’s pet-friendly playground. 

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