7 Luxury Wellness Retreats In Hong Kong
Asaya Lodges, Rosewood Hong Kong
Rosewood Hong Kong's plush Asaya Lodges – two large standalone villas detached from the hotel, accessed by a private elevator – are built for wellness, complete with a private treatment room, Asaya branded workout equipment, a large shower that becomes a steam room at the push of a button and a mini bar filled with wholesome and nourishing snacks and drinks. As part of the Asaya Urban Retreat package, guests can choose from five programes; cleanse your system, tone up with Body Fit, find physical and emotional balance, unplug, or grow together as a couple, while enjoying a HK$1,000 food and beverage credit voucher per night's stay.
Find out more at rosewoodhotels.com
#WellnessOnTheRoad at The Upper House
Arguably one of the most underrated wellness destinations in the city, few know about The Upper House's in-room pampering options. Its #WellnessOnTheRoad package includes a 24-hour stay in one of their Studio 70 rooms, which boast stellar harbour views, breakfast for two at Café Gray Deluxe, a 60-minute in-room massage for two, complimentary wellness classes on Saturdays and Sundays and a Lululemon kit so you can sweat in style during your stay. Don't forget to run yourself a bath in the large limestone tub.
Find out more at upperhouse.com
Bliss Body Retreat
Taking over a luxury residence on a 100,000 square foot organic farm in New Territories, Bliss Body Retreat offers a four-day crash course in deepening our connection with our spirituality, with nature and with the self. There are daily yoga and meditation sessions, spiritual talks, breathwork practices that will benefit you long after you leave the farm, pilgrimage to an ancient temple and gourmet vegan cuisine served for each meal.
Find out more at blissbodyretreat.com
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Urban Wellness Reboot at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
It's easy to forget that this serene haven sits above one of the busiest streets in Hong Kong, thanks to its soothing interiors and its award-winning wellness facilities. Lap it all up for one night with Landmark Mandarin's Urban Wellness Reboot—as well as a complimentary room upgrade, this lush experience includes a 60-minute personal training session, a 60-minute spa treatment of your choice (plus 25% off any other treatments you decide to book), unlimited group fitness and yoga classes and a 25% discount at Amber, SOMM, MO Bar and PDT.
Find out more at mandarinoriental.com
Wellness Retreat at Four Seasons, Hong Kong
Often hailed as the spa with the best views in Hong Kong, The Four Seasons Hong Kong Wellness Retreat is a kind of "greatest hits" experience, offering a little taste of everything to soothe your mind and body; healthy breakfast for two, a 60-minute Ayurveda lifting facial, a 60-minute customised body massage, a guided meditation session, a Tibetan Singing Bowl session, a 30-minute culinary consultation and a welcome gift from athleisure label Sweaty Betty.
Find out more at fourseasons.com
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Wellness Staycation at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
One of the many highlights of this package is getting to stay the night in the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong's Plateau Suite, a 66-square-metre scandi-chic suite located within the hotel's five-star spa. During your stay, enjoy daily buffet breakfast for two, a complimentary wellness class, 30% off all spa treatments and 20% off all food and beverage from the hotel. To make the most of your Wellness Staycation, guests can enjoy a late check out at 7pm.
Find out more at hyatt.com
Bamboo Yoga at The Pier
Satisfy your aerial yoga aspirations with this series of three-day, two-night retreats hosted by Bamboo Yoga. Taking place at The Pier in Sai Kung, a bright and airy boutique hotel by the water, the programme includes aerial yoga classes on the beach, kayaking in the area's tranquil waters, hikes to beautiful waterfalls and healthy eating for a comprehensive experience that will leave you feeling brand new.
Find out more at bamboo-yoga.com
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