Updated July 7, 2020
Staying in town over the next few months? Make the most of staying local with these fabulous Hong Kong staycation packages.
The super-luxury residences at K11 Artus have an all-inclusive staycation package available, including afternoon tea for two, plus the choice of either a one-hour personal training session for two or a one-way private transfer if you’re wishing to arrive or depart in style. All rooms are beautifully decorated and uber spacious, each with a private balcony (yes, really!), and don’t miss the stunning 25 metre rooftop infinity pool, which you can use up until 6pm on the day of check-out to really maximise that staycay time.
Rate: From $4,200 per night, with 1% of room revenue being donated to K11 Craft & Guild Foundation to conserve and rejuvenate fast-disappearing Chinese craftsmanship.
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is offering an expanded version of its famed “Escape 24” Hong Kong staycation package. Guests get to enjoy 24 hours in a Harbour View room, access to the pool and fitness centre and you choice of two perks from a list that includes club lounge access; $1,000 spending credit; breakfast for two at Grand Cafe, buy-one-get-one on spa treatments (Mon-Thu only); or a bottle of champagne and strawberries upon arrival.
How’s the pool? Gorgeous. A lovely long heated outdoor pool with harbour views. Order refreshments from the Waterfall Bar or poolside grill.
Rate: $2,680 +10 percent service.
Rosewood Hong Kong
The city’s newest, splashiest hotel, Rosewood Hong Kong has several Hong Kong staycation options, including a Family Escape with breakfast and children’s amenities, but the one that’s giving us all the feels is the Suite Retreats package. Check into a suite and get access to the Manor Club lounge, access to the Asaya wellness centre, and enjoy the ministrations of your very own butler.
How’s the pool? Located at Asaya, the wellness centre, the 25-metre infinity pool has unbeatable harbour views.
Part of the Rosewood hotel but with its own dedicated spa rooms, Asaya is as close as you can get to a Thai-style immersive wellness retreat without leaving the city. Asaya’s Reset Staycation is a 360-degree wellness wonderland. Stay in your very own Asaya Lodge and receive a private 60 minute yoga class, an Aroma Atelier one-hour body massage, a meditation and mindfulness session, plus $1,000 dining credit to use across any of the hotel’s outlets. If you fancy leaving your private lodge, check out the infinity pool for unbeatable harbour views.
Rate: $6,600 for one person, $7,800 for two.
Le Meridien Cyberport
Expect a warm welcome at Le Meridien Cyberport, as their South Escape Staycation room package comes with a selection of their signature desserts Le Scoop (gelato), plus a bottle of bubbly – which for stays up until the end of August will be upgraded to a bottle of Chandon. The package includes$200 dining credit to use at any of their three dining outlets, with a sumptuous buffet breakfast included for the morning after. If you’d rather drive rather than use your one-way Tesla transfer (all part of the package) then free parking is also available.
How’s the pool? We love it! overlooking the hillside, it’s lush and green, with views of the Lamma Channel.
Rate: from $1,350 per night.
Auberge Discovery Bay
Located right on the waterfront, Auberge Discovery Bay is a great spot for a Hong Kong staycation that’s surrounded by nature yet not too remote. Their Yoga Escape package includes a night’s stay, breakfast and afternoon tea for two and a one-hour yoga class for two at yogaUP.
How’s the pool? Surrounded by mountains, this 25-metre mosaic pool is perfect for laps and leisurely dips alike.
Rate: From $1,888 + 10 percent service.
Located beside Pak Sha Wan Pier overlooking Hebe Haven, The Pier, a 40-room boutique hotel, is the perfect stopping off point for exploring Sai Kung, with beaches and kayaking opportunities all within spitting distance. There are several offers for staycations; for instance, the Birthday package includes daily breakfast for two, a bottle of red wine, birthday room decor, shuttle bus and free use of the pool, gym and rooftop garden.
How’s the pool? The gorgeous rooftop pool is closed from November to April.
Rate: Prices for this package start at $1,600 on weekdays and $2,200 on weekends.
Four Seasons Hong Kong
The Four Seasons has six staycation packages to choose from this summer, including an additional day retreat option. The one we love is the Wellness Retreat, which includes vibrational sound therapy with singing bowls, special wellness menus, personal fitness training, a nutrition consultation, and, of course, essential quiet time by the outdoor pools. Blissful pampering at The Spa is the icing on the cake here with both an Ayurveda Lifting Facial and body massage also included.
Rate: Wellness Retreat from $5,600 + 10. Standard staycation package from $2,850 + 10%. For details of all packages click here.
How’s the pool? The vast pool deck is home to several outdoor heatd pools, including an infinity hot tub tucked around the corner.
Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel
Closer to Central than you might think (only 30 minutes!), this beachside hotel will leave you feeling as if you’ve really left the city behind. Perfect for families, we love the “Green Journey” eco-staycation offer, which comes with a customised green set lunch at Cafe Lagoon plus a half day green journey including hotel tour, tree hunt game, organic farm tour, butterfly and herb farm tour and a zipline experience. The hotel even has the first green upcycled room in Hong Kong! Enjoy direct access to Golden Beach or relax under the palm trees of the pool and enjoy feeling a million miles away from city life.
Tuck into a “Foodcation” from now until November 30 at Hotel ICON. Starting at $1,500 for an ICON 36 cityview room, you can have a one-night stay, paired with a meal of your choice: think brunch, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner buffet for two at The Market, or a set lunch or brunch for two at GREEN, to name just a few. Or for an extra $300, opt for the Peking Duck dinner at Above & Beyond. You can opt to top up your package with breakfast for two at The Market ($250), 60-minute body massage for two ($1,700 Mon-Thu; $1,900 weekends), or club lounge access including breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails for two ($700).
How’s the pool? The open-air heated pool has a sundeck with stunning views of the harbour.
Rate: $1,500 (weekdays), $1,700 (weekends)
EAST, Hong Kong
Located in Taikoo Shing, EAST, Hong Kong has a great value staycation that nets you a harbour view room for under $900, plus a complimentary welcome cocktail at Sugar Bar, Deck & Lounge. If you don’t want to leave the hotel, this package also scores you 20 percent off your bill at Sugar, and the breakfast is on a Buy one Get one deal at only $198 + 10% per person.
Rate: from $880 + 10% per night. Available until 30 September 2020.
How’s the pool? The outdoor heated swimming pool is open until 9pm daily.
The Murray Hong Kong
Enjoy an exclusive 30-minute photoshoot in one of the hotel’s top four suites at ultra-luxe The Murray Hong Kong as part of their Fashionista staycation package. Guests receive a $1000 Net-a-Porter shopping credit, plus an exquisite afternoon tea in the comfort of their own room. Daily breakfast for two is included at either The Tai Pan or Garden Lounge. Check in at midday and check out at 3pm for more than 24 hours of pampering.
How’s the pool? The Murray has an indoor lap pool and hot tub, with a living green wall.
Rate: from $2,500 + 10%
The MO is offering two staycay packages this year: the simple Weekend Staycation starting at less than $2,000 per room, or the Weekend Staycation by M.O., which starts at $2,880 and comes with $888 dining or spa credit and your choice of class, from the chocolate master class or mixology session, to name a few. There’s also a flexible 24 hour check-in/check-out policy, giving you a full 24 hours from arrival. Top tip: don’t leave without your day pass for the fitness centre and spa, which you can redeem on a future visit within a month of departure.
Rate: Weekend Staycation from $1,963 + 10%. Staycation by M.O. from $2,980 + 10%. Valid until 31 August 2020.
How’s the pool? The MO’s indoor pool was retrofitted, making it better for floating than lane swimming. We do love the LED wall that live streams the Hong Kong skyline though!
Cordis Hotel is offering no less than eighteen different staycation packages this summer, and the one we’re loving is the Summer Screenings package. The hotel’s grand ballroom is converted into a movie theatre where guests can enjoy the movie from the comfort of their own king-size bed. Drinks and canapes are served on arrival, plus expect the usual film-worthy snacks (hello popcorn machine!) throughout the evening. When you finally hit your own bed, opt for your pillow of choice from the pillow menu to ensure the perfect night’s sleep.
How’s the pool? We love this 41st floor heated rooftop pool, which is lit up with twinkling lights. The hot tub is a super spot for a moonlight soak.
Rate: From $1,700 for one night in a Superior room.
St. Regis Hong Kong
Experience 24 hours of health and wellness with the St. Regis 24 Hour Staycation. Flexible check-in and check-out time is up for grabs, along with a guaranteed room upgrade and a whopping $1000 dining credit to use in any of the hotel’s luxe outlets. A personalised fitness training class for two awaits, as does a Virgin Canto Mary (the bloody mary is the signature cocktail of the St. Regis brand, with each city putting their own unique local twist on it). Their heated outdoor pool is open until 7pm (8pm on Saturdays), so it’s perfect for a sunset swim.
Rate: $3,888 + 10%. Valid until 31 August 2020.
How’s the pool? Their heated outdoor pool is open until 10pm – perfect for a post-dinner moonlight swim.
Rate: From $4,400 per night
Peninsula Hong Kong
The Pen’s latest staycation offer showcases the “Eight Loves of The Peninsula Hong Kong,” with themed activities ranging from a cooking class to a workout with a lululemon trainer, or even a cheongsam fashion photography experience. Breakfast is included, in addition to a luxury one-way limousine transfer per booking. What’s more, not only do you receive a $500 spending credit on food or spa treatments, you’ll be given a second one to use on a future visit. Make the most of the 24 hour flexible check-in and check-out, and indulge in the complimentary chocolates from The Peninsula Boutique. Heaven!
Rate: From HK$3,600 for a Deluxe Room and from HK$6,000 for a Superior Suite, with a second night or second room at 50% off room rate. Available until 31 August 2020. Valid for Hong Kong residents only. Book now on peninsula.com, or call The Peninsula Global Customer Service Centre at +852 2910 1628 for more details.
How’s the pool? Gorgeous. The indoor heated Greco-Roman-style pool opens out onto a gorgeous sun terrace with spectacular views of the harbour.
Rate: Depends on the room category, but starts from around $5,180 per night.
One of the best bang for your buck deals going this summer can be found at Hyatt Centric, located in North Point. The Centric Staycation, with rates starting at only $960 + 10%, includes one-night accommodation with a breakfast buffet for two at The Farmhouse restaurant. PLUS your choice of a lunch buffet at The Farmhouse or afternoon tea for two at rooftop Cruise restaurant. You can even pay just $400 extra to upgrade the lunch or afternoon tea to a set dinner for two, which includes two hours free-flow. With a rooftop pool and fitness centre, there’s no need to even leave the hotel!
How’s the pool? Fabulous! The rooftop infinity pool has amazing harbour views.
W Hong Kong
There’s only one thing we love more than a 24 hour staycay, and that’s a whopping 36 hour one. Enter The W Hotel, which offers check-in as early as 8am and as late as 8pm, plus breakfast for two and signature cocktails and tapas platter for two at Wet Deck. There’s even a “W Daydream” welcome surprise and a $500 voucher at bliss spa for use on selected treatments.
Rate: From $2,300 +10%, valid until September 14, 2020.
How’s the pool? Perched on the 76th floor, this outdoor heated pool is up in the sky. We love the sparkly, insta-ready mosaic and hot tub that you can jump into when the wind gets too much.
Gutted because you didn’t get to Japan for the Olympics this summer? Sha Tin’s ALVA Hotel by Royal has a superbly priced Japanese-themed staycation. In addition to one night accommodation in a deluxe room, the package includes a Japanese Kansai set dinner for two at Mizutani, breakfast for two at Alva House, a sake tasting class, plus complimentary bicycle rental so you can explore the Sha Tin area at your own pace.
Rate: $1,799 (Sun-Thu) or $1,999 (weekends) from now until September 30.
Ocean Park Marriott
Of the various packages on offer at Ocean Park Marriott, we’re lusting after the Absolute Indulgence Detox Package. Whle the kids are all tearing it up at Ocean Park, it’s time for you to recharge with a one hour aromatherapy massage at HARNN Heritage spa plus a detox drink before or after your treatment. If there are two guests, the second treatment can be redeemed at a 50% discount (40% if Saturday, Sunday or public holiday). Buffet breakfast for two at Marina Kitchen is included. Valid through until May 2021.
Rate: from $1,760 + 10%. Valid until May 26, 2021.
Hotel Madera Hong Kong
A hotel with its own yoga studio doesn’t come around often, so when it does we’re all for it! At only $800 per room per night, the Hotel Madera Hong Kong “yogacation” is packed with healthy meals and activities throughout your stay. Two people will get a light buffet breakfast plus a high tea set, both at the hotel cafe, plus a one-hour yoga class for two. Late check-out until 2pm is guaranteed, and if you don’t want to leave the hotel yet, you can get a 15% discount across spending at the hotel cafe or in the rooftop Horizonte Lounge.
Rate: $800 + 10% per night. To book email [email protected] or call +852 2121 9898.
Hong Kong Disneyland Hotels
With the reopening of Disneyland, you don’t need to travel far to enjoy ocean views and lush greenery at a steal. Plus, there are three hotels to choose from, each with their own unique character! Until the end of September you can book a standard room at the Disney Explorers Lodge from only HK$1,378 including a breakfast set for two persons. There’s also discounts of 30% on some of the themed suites!
Rate: from $1,378 + 10% per night.
The Langham Hotel
The Langham has four staycations to choose from this year, all designed to reconnect with loved ones. If you’re wanting to treat yourself, opt for the Stay In The Pink Wellness Retreat which includes Langham Club access for two, a tasting lunch at 3-star Michelin Restaurant, T’ang Court, and a 30 minute personal training session for two. If you’re a parent, we’re a fan of the family staycation which offers connecting rooms from just $1,988 for 2 rooms! What’s more, all of these staycation rates are valid until 30 December 2020!
Rate: Stay In The Pink from $3,500 + 10% per night. Standard staycation package rates from $1,688 + 10% per night. Valid until December 2020.
How’s the pool? Located on the rooftop, the pool is heated year-round, and there’s a hot tub for extra relaxation.