In need of a little pampering this summer, or looking to max out on your ‘me’ time? We’ve rounded up five of the best five-star hotel spa packages in Hong Kong, so get ready to put your feet up in the lap of luxury.
Restorative girls’ getaway at Four Seasons Hotel, Hong Kong
Plan the overdue reunion with besties and immerse in the latest beauty, fashion and wellness trends with the BFF Slumber Party room package at Four Seasons Hotel, Hong Kong. Apart from 20% discount on all spa services at the five-star hotel, the package also includes a 30 minutes vibrational sound therapy or self-guided meditation session at the relaxation room, to make sure you and your BFF are completely pampered – mind, body and soul. To capture perfect moments in your restorative girls’ getaway, professional photography service is also available at a premium.
Price:BFF Slumber Party costs HK$2,780 per nightfor Mondays to Thursdays and HKD 3,180 per night for Fridays to Sundays, subject to 10 percent service charge, and is available from 4 September to 30 November 2020.
Treat yourself to all things indulgent with this seriously sweet treatment at Cordis Hong Kong’s tranquil Chuan Spa. Kick things off with a 30-minute body scrub, using pink Himalayan sea salt mixed with fragrant dried roses, strawberries and chocolate, before basking in a soothing 60-minute Neroli oil body massage. Meanwhile, a glass of rosé champagne served with chocolate-dipped strawberries in the spa’s serene Dream Room ensures you’ll finish your pampering sesh in style.
Price: Sweet Temptation costs HK$1,188 per person or HK$2,188 per couple (excluding service charge), and is available until 30 June 2020
Love deep tissue massages? Then The Mandarin Spa’s new Hypervolt Massage Therapy is the perfect treatment for you. Using a cutting-edge vibrational massage device combined with an intensive passive stretching session, this revolutionary 60-minute treatment promises to relieve muscle pain, soreness and stiffness, alongside improving flexibility and mobility, and reducing the risk of injuries.
Price: Hypervolt Massage Therapy with Passive Stretching costs $1,420 per person (excluding service charge), and is available until 31 August 2020
Ease aching muscles and calm your mind, body and soul with an ultra-relaxing massage at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong’s peaceful Plateau Spa. Their Spa Getaway package lets guests pick any of their 90-minute massages to enjoy at a special limited-time price, with rejuvenating options that include hot stone therapy, lymphatic drainage, Thai and Swedish-style massages; guests will also receive a HK$300 voucher for use on their next spa treatment and a 40% discount on same-day retail purchases.
Price: Spa Getaway costs HK$1,200 (excluding service charge), and is available Monday-Friday (excluding public holidays) from 1 July-30 December 2020
Summer Pleasures: Treat For Two at The Peninsula Spa
Grab your BFF or significant other for the ultimate day of pampering at The Peninsula Spa. An afternoon of pure R&R doesn’t get much better than this; their Summer Pleasures package includes a simply divine 75-minute personalised body massage in their sumptuous spa, followed by a delicious three-course leisurely lunch or classic afternoon tea in the hotel’s iconic Lobby.
Price: Summer Pleasures costs HK$3,856 or HK$4,416 per couple on Monday-Thursday or Friday-Sunday respectively (excluding service charge), and is available until 31 August 2020
If a few hours at the spa isn’t quite long enough to find your Zen, how about a full day’s escape there instead? The Reset Staycation at Rosewood Hong Kong’s wellness sanctuary Asaya is guaranteed to revive, restore and refresh with a 60-minute private yoga class, 60-minute meditation and mindfulness session and 60-minute Aroma Atelier body massage, plus one night’s accommodation at a luxurious Asaya Lodge.
Guests can bliss out with full use of Asaya’s wellness amenities, including their pool, gym and tranquillity lounge, as well as enjoy HK$1,000 dining credit at Rosewood’s restaurants and bars during their stay.
Price: Reset Staycation costs HK$7,600 per person or HK$8,800 per couple (excluding service charge), and is available until 31 August 2020