Holidaying close to residence ticks the many advantage boxes, whilst leaving you peaceful and refreshed. Kate Farr checks out some world-class resorts, in which no passport is necessary.
A true Hong Kong expertise, Hotel ICON in East Tsim Sha Tsui is owned by polyU’s School of Hotel and Tourism Management - the first educating and analysis lodge of its variety within the entire world. This emphasis on cultivating hospitality’s soaring stars indicates that company encounter the crème de la crème of services within the second they set foot in the hotel’s smooth designer lobby.
Offering a variety of suites and rooms with breath-taking harbour views, and many tempting dining alternatives, Resort ICON will be the excellent option for any connoisseur getaway. Make time for buffet brunch or afternoon tea in the Sector restaurant, a semi-buffet brunch at Green foyer restaurant, in addition to a peking duck established meal in the renowned Higher than & Beyond. You can work off all that sumptuous eating, whilst soaking up the skyline, with a dip while in the hotel’s rooftop pool.
Book in advance via the hotel’s website for a 10% discount on all rooms, or extend your weekend getaway to three nights for 25% off. Further benefits, if you book direct, include a 10% dining discount at all restaurants, early check-in and late check-out, priority room upgrade and complimentary access to the Timeless Lounge. Book a club room or suite to enjoy complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails at Over & Beyond.
Book Direct Added Benefits packages from HK$2,200 per night, plus 10% service charge; three-night Remain Longer, Save More packages from HK$1,560 per room per night, plus 10% assistance charge.
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The perfect spot for a family keep, the Hyatt Regency Sha Tin is spacious, peaceful and offers as much - or as little - activity as you can handle. With dramatic sights over Tolo Harbour and the Kau To Shan mountains beyond, the hotel’s out-of- town location gives it a resort feel, with plenty of onsite amenities to make your staycation a success.
Unwind at Melo Spa, which boasts a signature selection of pomelo- (also known as Sha Tin grapefruit) based treatments, splash during the alfresco pool, or take a bike ride along the surrounding dedicated cycle paths. When hunger strikes, indulge in chiffon cake made from local Sha Tin honey at patisserie café, and make sure you book well in advance for fine Chinese dining at Sha Tin 18.
Hyatt Regency’s Family Time deal allows you to extend your stay over a long weekend, with three consecutive nights for the price of two. You’ll also receive 15% off your food and beverage spend, a 10% discount on Camp Hyatt kids’ club activities and two hours of bike rental per guest. Alternatively, splash out on a Suite Deal and receive a free upgrade to even plusher digs, plus access to the 25th floor Regency Club, all-day lounge access with free-flow tea and coffee, and a private check in to beat the crowds.
You also get an hour’s meeting room use per day… though we suspect you’ll be far too busy relaxing to use it.
Family Time package from HK$1,200 per room per night, Suite Deal package from HK$2,000 per room per night, both plus 10% service charge.
providing five-star sights across Kowloon park and the city beyond, The Mira Hong Kong is a stylish property with facilities that are bang up to date. Featuring a gorgeous basement wellness area with a dreamy heated pool, plus a wide choice of massages, facials and other pampering treatments on the onsite spa, you’ll quickly be transported a million miles away from Tsim Sha Tsui’s hectic streets.
After a day of rest and recuperation, kickback with some innovative cocktails at Vibes, the Mira’s alfresco lounge bar, and then dine at the hotel’s smooth contemporary Chinese cafe, Cuisine Cuisine.
Advance bookings of 60 days or more via the Mira’s website are subject to a 20% discount, whilst attendees also benefit from 15% off all food and beverage and à la carte spa treatments during their keep. If you’re keen to push the boat out then the Mira’s spa suites are dressed to impress, with open-plan bathrooms, an en suite steam bath as well as a Jacuzzi made for two. Don’t forget to put up that Do Not Disturb sign.
Spa suites from HK$2,496 per night, park-view rooms from HK$1,696 per night, both plus 10% provider charge.
For old-school glamour with impeccable services, you really can’t beat the iconic Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong (MO) in Central. This grande dame of Hong Kong accommodations - the group’s original, and its flagship to this day - has been the byword for luxury since 1963, and is showing no signs of age yet. From your imposing marble foyer to the plush and elegant rooms, from refined afternoon tea at Clipper Lounge (the scones with rose petal jam are a must) to cocktails with sweeping views at M Bar - a stay within the MO is always a memorable occasion.
The resort is currently presenting a Stay and Cirque du Soleil package that includes a stay in a room or suite, 20% off Cirque du Soleil’s brand-new Central Harbourfront show, KOOZA (when booked through the concierge), daily breakfast for two at Café Causette or Clipper Lounge, and late checkout at weekends. If you’re planning a family stay, the package also includes an optional rollaway bed in your room, as well as circus-inspired welcome amenities for kids. Luxury and laughs? We don’t mind if we do.
Rooms from HK$4,480 per night, suites from HK$5,98 per night, both plus 10% assistance charge Chun fan LEUNG.
Sometimes you’ve just got to treat yourself. And when that time comes, how about the ultimate fuss-free extravagant escape - just beyond pier 3 in Central - for the sumptuous and sophisticated Four Seasons Hong Kong. providing unparalleled views across Victoria Harbour and up to The peak from its understated yet luxurious rooms and suites, choose from contemporary Chinese or smooth Western-style decor for just a truly personalised continue to be.
And stay you will. With two Michelin-starred restaurants (Lung King Heen and Caprice) expert cocktails at Blue Bar, a spa rated by Forbes as one of the world’s very best, not to mention what is probably one of the world’s most photographed infinity pools, there’s really no need to venture any further than the foyer.
The Knowledge More package offers attendees booking two nights in a harbour-view room HK$800 of spending credit, which upgrades to HK$1,500 credit for suites. This can be used towards spa services or at any of the Four Seasons’ restaurants, making that three Michelin-starred meal a justifiable treat.
packages from HK$4,600 per night, plus 10% service charge.