Valentine's Day 2020: 5 Romantic Staycations To Book In Hong Kong
1/5 The Upper House
Treat your special someone to an unforgettable staycation at The Upper House. Priced at HK$3,600 per night, the “Weekend Getaway” room package includes a night in a spacious Studio 70 room with island or harbour views, late check-out at 4pm and a HK$500 dining credit to be used at Café Gray Deluxe, as well as complimentary access to group yoga classes.
For those looking to splurge on this special occasion, book the luxurious 1,230-square-foot Upper Suite, featuring a separate living room outfitted with bespoke furniture and breathtaking views of the city’s skyline, a spa-inspired bathroom highlighting a limestone-clad free-standing bathtub that makes for the perfect Instagram photo backdrop. Priced at HK18,000, the package comes with a complimentary stay for the second night, HK$1000 daily dining credit at Café Gray Deluxe and round- trip transfers.
For bookings, visit upperhouse.com
2/5 The Murray, Hong Kong
Spoil your S.O. this Valentine’s day with a decadent weekend getaway at The Murray, Hong Kong. The “Sanctuary of Love” package, priced at the best available room rate, comes with everything you need for a pampering weekend, including a 60-minute couples massage at Wellness and a complimentary Grown Alchemist “Lip Locked 1+1” lip balm set.
That’s not all, the package also includes a four-course dinner for two at Popinjays, daily breakfast and a welcome bottle of Niccolo’s signature prosecco and Valentine’s Day amenities—and you can take your time to indulge as the check-out time can be extended to 4pm.
For bookings, visit niccolohotels.com
3/5 InterContinental Hong Kong
Why not celebrate Valentine’s Day in style with a Michelin-starred meal and a spa treatment with InterContinental Hong Kong’s “Local Wanderlust” staycation package? With rates starting from HK$2,300, you can enjoy a complimentary upgrade to the next room category, late check-out at 6pm, a breakfast buffet at Harbourside restaurant and a HK$1,000 credit to be used at one of the hotel’s restaurants and bars, in-room dining, mini bar or I-Spa.
If that doesn’t sound lavish enough, elevate your staycation by booking a two-night suite stay and enjoy the exclusive benefits and services of Club InterContinental for up to two persons, inclusive of a private check-in, buffet breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails at the Club Lounge.
For bookings, visit ihg.com
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4/5 Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
You can’t go wrong with a classic like Mandarin Oriental for a no-fuzz staycation, promising world-class hospitality and facilities. Priced from HK$4,200, the “Hong Kong Staycation” room package includes a luxurious accommodation with panoramic views of the city’s skyline, daily breakfast at Clipper Lounge or Café Causette, a HK$1,000 dining or spa credit per stay and late check-out at 2pm.
Exquisite experiences await you during your stay, from spa treatments at the award-winning Mandarin Spa, a haircut or manicure at The Mandarin Salon or The Mandarin Barber, to wine and dine at one of the 10 restaurants and bars, you may want to book yourself an extra night to soak it all in.
For bookings, visit mandarinoriental.com
5/5 Four Seasons Hong Kong
Stay in the heart of Hong Kong' luxury shopping and dining district with Four Seasons Hong Kong’s “Weekend Retreat” staycation package, offering 15 percent off the best available rate for the Deluxe Peak View room. You may want to get an upgrade to the Harbour View room by adding HK$200, as you’ll get to sleep in and linger a little longer in the comforts of the spacious room with a guaranteed late check-out at 4pm.
A daily American set breakfast for two at The Lounge is included in the package, as well as 20 percent off on nail treatments at the Nail Bar—something your partner will thank you for after a long week of work.
For bookings, visit fourseasons.com
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