The Best Day Spa Retreats in Hong Kong | Liv

Looking to pamper yourself with a luxe day spa retreat in Hong Kong? These hotel spas offer half-day programmes that combine spa, cuisine and wellness programmes for a holistic wellness experience.

The Ritz-Carlton

Remove yourself from your daily stresses by heading up the the 116th floor of the Ritz-Carlton, where their spa has just launched a series of wellness rituals in collaboration with Espa. Designed to centre around Mind, Body and Skin, the three new treatments aim to go deeper, taking a more holistic approach to wellbeing, with take-home tips, from affirmations to breathing exercises, so you can continue your wellness journey at home. The Wellbeing & Resilience massage combines massage with guided breathing techniques, reflexology and facial acupressure to help boost immunity and ease muscle fatigue. For Body, guests can book a meditative bamboo massage, and for Skin, you can opt for a Renew & Revitalize facial that combines lymphatic facial massage and a full body scrub for healthy, glowing skin from head to toe. Want to give it a go? The 90-minute treatments are $2,450 Mon-Thu and $2,650 on weekends. Contact the wellness concierge to create a bespoke retreat around these treatments, with a yoga class or sound meditation, as well as a meal in the Club Lounge. You can also opt for their Urban Escape package, which includes a 90-minute massage, access to the pool and fitness centre, plus afternoon tea in the club lounge. This ongoing package is $2,250 for one or $4,200 for two (Mon-Thu) or $2,450 for one or $4,600 for two (weekends). Learn more here

Melo Spa Hyatt Regency Sha Tin

We love Melo Spa at the Hyatt Regency Sha Tin, and the hotel has recently teamed up with Klook to launch a host of amazing value offers on a full day of pampering. Our favourite offer is the 60-minute Melo signature massage, which comes with access to the pool, gym, steam room and sauna, a buffet lunch, free parking, welcome tea and fruit, and a $200 spending voucher. The package is $1,288 when booking through Klook – regular price: $2,155. Click here to book and check out the other packages available.

Plateau Spa, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Here’s a fabulous offer for anyone wanting to treat themselves mid-week. Plateau Spa at the Grand Hyatt offers a package that includes a 60-minute Plateau massage, a 30-minute Radiance facial, plus a delectable afternoon tea at Tiffin and access to the fitness centre. An entire afternoon of pampering is $2,695 per head. Book online at the hotel’s eShop.

The Spa at The Peninsula

The Peninsula has really ramped up its wellness offerings in the past year, which you can definitely see in its latest day retreat. The Life Lived Best Sensorial Journey is a 120-minute treatment that begins with a 15-minute opening ritual, followed by a guided breathing exercise with singing bowls. Then, there’s a 105-minute bespoke massage using VOYA aromatherapy oil, Finally, you can enjoy a delicious three-course Naturally Peninsula lunch at the poolside, before having a dip in the Roman style pool, using the fitness centre or simply relaxing on the sun terrace. The package is $2,980 on weekdays and $3,080 on weekends. Learn more here.

Asaya, The Rosewood

The Rosewood’s ultra-luxe wellness centre offers a gorgeous day retreat that promises to nuture your mind, body and soul. Pick from a 60-minute guided wellness session – the menu includes singing bowl therapy, mindfulness meditation, express arts therapy and more – followed by a 60-minute spa treatment. Depending on your needs, you might plump for an Aroma Atelier treatment by Asaya, an Essential Detox Ritual by Evidens de Beauté or an anti-aging body treatment by Dr. Barbara Sturm. The retreat include access to the hotel’s fitness centre and infinity pool, plus a three-course lunch at Asaya Kitchen. The day retreat is $4,058, or you could upgrade to an overnight stay starting from $6,500. The overnight stay includes access to fitness classes, lunch for two, and – in higher room categories – Manor Club access. Learn more here

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