The Ultimate Guide to Hong Kong Wedding Venues
Whether you're searching for a fairytale ballroom or a breezy beachside paradise, Hong Kong has a huge range of luxurious venues that are perfect for all weddings big or small, lavish or low-key. To make planning your big day that little bit easier, we've done some of the legwork and compiled a list of our 17 favourite hotels in Hong Kong, and what they have to offer a bride-to-be.
1/17 Auberge Discovery Bay Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 325
Popular venues: White Chapel, Grand Azure, Marine
White Chapel: Elegant and ethereal, the White Chapel is one of the most romantic venues in Hong Kong. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows and 16m-high ceilings will wow brides-to-be, while a horse-drawn open-air carriage makes for a fairytale arrival. The chapel accommodates 60 for a banquet and 120 with theatre-style seating for a wedding ceremony.
Grand Azure: Brides dreaming of a large-scale celebration will love the Grand Azure ballroom that accommodates 576 for a banquet. The spacious, open room boasts 7.8m-high ceilings, a foyer to welcome guests and options to divide the space into smaller sections.
Marine: A flexible space on the first floor, Marine has capacity for 240 guests in a banquet setup or it can be converted into four smaller spaces. Full-length windows offer a front-row seat for captivating sea views, while the Marine Terrace looks stunning in the moonlight.
F&B highlights: Whether you’re looking for an international buffet, a Chinese banquet or elaborate cocktails, the Auberge Discovery Bay Hong Kong can customise every menu to create a personalised experience.
What’s new: The Auberge’s latest wedding package for an evening reception includes a one-night stay at the Mountain View Room, eight sets of invitation cards per table booked, guest book, preferential room rates for your guests, centrepieces for all the tables, and more. Couples can choose between a Chinese banquet menu or Western set menu with three or four courses.
Standout aspects: Couples have the opportunity to sail off into the sunset—literally, on board The Bounty. The boat’s billowing white sails and heritage interiors create a unique atmosphere for a cocktail reception or intimate alfresco ceremony.
88 Siena Avenue, Discovery Bay; aubergediscoverybay.com
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2/17 Conrad Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 512
Popular venues: Grand Ballroom, Chatham and Hennessy Room, Garden Cafe Terrace
Grand Ballroom: The Grand Ballroom accommodates up to 624 guests for banquet celebrations. The ballroom can also be divided into three separate sections, for anywhere between 90 and 400 guests.
Chatham Room and Hennessy Room: The glamorous Chatham and Hennessy rooms both feature dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows with cityscape views, accommodating small-scale banquets of between 150 and 180 guests.
Garden Café Terrace: This alfresco oasis in the heart of Hong Kong is a photogenic setting to host up to 100 guests for a cocktail reception.
What’s new: Wedding packages offer a variety of complimentary luxury extras, such as a stay in a Harbour View Suite with champagne, use of a chauffeur-driven red Bentley and a romantic dinner for two.
F&B highlights: Custom-designed Chinese banquet menus come from the award-winning Golden Leaf restaurant, known for its delicate dishes and authentic Cantonese cuisine.
Standout aspects: Couples who booked their wedding at the hotel can use it to earn points through HHonors, Hilton Worldwide’s loyalty programme. The points can be transferred to an airline's mileage programme or used to redeem stays at over 4,000 Hilton hotels worldwide.
3/17 Cordis, Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 668
Popular venues: Ballroom, Function Rooms, The Backyard
Ballroom: Situated on the seventh floor, the Ballroom can host up to 480 people for a sit-down dinner.
Function Rooms: One of three flexible function rooms, the Star Room is a spacious L-shaped banquet hall filled with natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Ideal for banquets of up to 240, the Star Room has a private mahjong room and bridal suite. The Shanghai Room can accommodate up to 180 people and the Shantung Room seats up to 120. All can be divided for smaller parties.
The Backyard: A charming alfresco space that seats 156 guests, The Backyard offers a lush garden wedding experience in the heart of Hong Kong.
What’s new: The recently launched Heartfelt Weddings package offers an array of indulgences. Brides will fall head over heels for the Swarovski-studded head tables, personal assistant, complimentary invitations, in-room midnight supper and discounted Cordis suite.
F&B highlights: With a team of award-winning chefs, Cordis is known for its contemporary food and inviting atmosphere. The menu can be tailored to your personal tastes and the Chinese banquet menus include several signature dishes from the two-Michelin-starred Ming Court restaurant.
Standout aspects: The recently renovated hotel
has embraced a young, contemporary aesthetic with fresh ideas and high-tech services. Ask about The Ballroom’s 22.75sqm LED screen to create a cinematic walk down memory lane with photos and videos.
Where: 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok; cordishotels.com
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4/17 Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 399
Popular venues: Grand Ballroom, Harbour View Ballroom, Peak Suite
Grand Ballroom: The elegant ballroom has ornate chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Victoria Harbour and can seat up to 456 for a banquet.
Harbour View Ballroom: Located on the fourth floor, the views are also spectacular from here and it seats up to 264 for a banquet.
Peak Suite: Catering for smaller weddings, the Peak Suite on the 45th floor seats up to 48 guests.
What’s new: With a US$2 million price tag, the new, ultra-luxe A Legendary Wedding package comes with a long list of services. These include a wedding planner from Marriage Maestros; a stay in the Deluxe Harbour View Room and treatments at The Nail Bar for the bride and her bridesmaids; a pre-wedding dinner at the Michelin-starred Caprice or Lung King Heen; hair and make-up services for the bride; a wedding banquet for up to 200 guests; and a honeymoon at a Four Seasons resort in Asia. A more low-key option is the Perfect Match package for up to 38 banquet tables. It includes two nights at the Four Seasons Suite, floral centrepieces, a guest book, small boxes of chocolate truffles for the guests, a personalised wedding banner and a chauffeured limousine service.
F&B highlights: Chan Yan-tak, the hotel’s executive chef and head chef at the three-Michelin-starred Lung King Heen, lends his culinary expertise to the Chinese banquet menus.
Standout aspects: The spa has a range of treatments especially for brides, but the most indulgent is the Beautiful Bride Retreat. The six-hour session starts with a sake bath and a body scrub, moving on to a massage, two-hour facial using products from French brand Biologique Recherche and a treatment for the décolletage area. There is a pause in the pampering in the afternoon so you can refuel with lunch at the Pool Terrace, before finishing with an Expresso manicure and pedicure at the Nail Bar.
Where: 8 Finance Street, Central; fourseasons.com/hongkong
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5/17 Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 545
Popular venues: Grand Ballroom, The Poolhouse, The Salons
Grand Ballroom: Decorated in art deco style, the ballroom features a high-definition LED wall and seats up
to 600 guests for a banquet.
The Poolhouse: The poolside venue features a contemporay decor, with floor-to-ceiling windows that let in ample natural light and room to seat up to 96 guests for a banquet.
The Salons: A collection of smaller rooms on the mezzanine level that can be combined to seat up to 216 guests for a banquet.
What’s new: For a wedding at the opulent Grand Ballroom, the Grand Wedding Package 2016 comes with a long list of benefits that includes an overnight stay at the Grand Suite with added champagne, fresh fruit and chocolates, chauffeured limousine service for five hours, floral centerpieces, use of various audio-visual equipment, preferential room rates for wedding guests, free parking for 10 cars and a gift certificate for some pampering at the Plateau Spa that is valued at HK$1,900.
F&B highlights: Grand Hyatt is renowned for the quality of its F&B and the culinary team makes its own smoked salmon, sausages, liver pate and ice cream, all of which you can incorporate into your menu. The Chinese banquet menu includes classics, such as suckling pig and steamed garoupa, and adds creative touches to some of the other courses, such as a baked chicken flavoured with sesame and lemon grass or braised Boston lobster with yam and quinoa. Couples can also opt for sustainable seafood.
Standout aspects: The hotel recently renovated its top-tier suites, including the Presidential Suite and its one-bedroom Ambassador Harbour View Suites, all designed by the Melbourne-based Bar Studio. The Ambassador suites come with a spacious lounge and dining area, particularly suitable for pre-wedding events such as the tea ceremony.
Where: 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai; hongkong.grand.hyatt.com
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6/17 InterContinental Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 503
Popular venues: Ballroom, Function Rooms, Presidential Suite, Spoon by Alain Ducasse
InterContinental Ballroom: The column-free ballroom is said to be Hong Kong’s largest, seating banquets of up to 720 guests.
Function rooms: The hotel has eight function rooms with views of the harbour that can be combined to create a larger space. The Elm, Pine, Cypress and Maple rooms can be combined to seat up to 206 guests. On another level are the Cherry, Peach, Willow and Poplar rooms, which can also be combined to seat up to 192 people.
Presidential Suite: The hotel’s stunning Presidential Suite, which has two levels, a spacious outdoor terrace, a swimming pool and views of the Hong Kong skyline, can be used for a wedding ceremony for up to 50 guests.
Spoon by Alain Ducasse: The fine dining restaurant can be booked for a wedding lunch or dinner for up to 74 guests.
What’s new: The hotel has created a new Nobu-themed wedding that will be especially attractive to foodies and fans of the famed Japanese restaurant. The wedding can be held at either Nobu or in the function rooms for a maximum of 192 people. Each guest gets a bottle of Nobu Hokusetsu sake and a masu—a small wooden box used for drinking sake—as a souvenir and will dine on Nobu’s signature dishes such as toro and ama ebi (tuna and shrimp) tartar with caviar and the black cod saikyo yaki (black cod with miso).
F&B highlights: Home to fine dining restaurants Nobu, the Michelin-starred Yan Toh Heen and Spoon by Alain Ducasse, the hotel has an outstanding culinary team on hand to craft delectable menus. Spoon by Alain Ducasse is also available in a wedding package for 60 guests, with menu options including preserved duck foie gras with condiments, roasted Brittany lobster with artichokes-truffle, and roasted veal fillet.
Standout aspects: If you are hosting a sizeable wedding then not only is the InterContinental Ballroom said to be the biggest in Hong Kong, it is also free of pillars, has a ceiling height of 4.5m and a large LED wall.
Where: 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; hongkong-ic.intercontinental.com
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7/17 Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 565
Popular venues: Island Ballroom, Atrium Room and Library,
Island Ballroom: On the fifth floor of the hotel, the Island Ballroom can accommodate up to 540 guests for a sit-down banquet. It can also be divided into three smaller sections for parties of between 120 and 150 guests.
Atrium Room and the Library: The two-storey Library and adjacent Atrium Room provide a unique wedding venue for up to 144 guests. Couples can hold a ceremony or pre-wedding cocktail reception in the handsome Library, surrounded by wood-panelled walls, crystal chandeliers and green marble columns, with sweeping city views from the 39th floor. The Atrium is an excellent space for a sit-down banquet, with tech-savvy touches such as an LED wall display.
What’s new: A range of Signature Weddings Packages are available, with Extravaganza the most luxurious. It is indeed extravagant, featuring a personalised menu and drinks plan and plenty of pampering—including a one-night stay in a Harbour View Suite, a one-hour massage for two and a one-night anniversary stay in a Deluxe Peak View Room.
F&B highlights: Home to seven bars and restaurants, Island Shangri-La has a stellar reputation, particularly when it comes to the two-Michelin-starred Summer Palace. On its wedding menus, expect traditional Chinese banquet staples such as barbequed suckling pig, whole abalone, sautéed sea cucumber and braised bird’s nest soup.
Standout aspects: The Island Shangri-La is one of a growing number of hotels in Hong Kong that have taken shark’s fin off the menu. There are several choices of hearty double-boiled soups to replace the traditional wedding banquet dish. And for the bride and groom, the celebration continues a year later with a complimentary meal at Restaurant Petrus, Lobster Bar and Grill, or Summer Palace.
8/17 JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 602
Popular venues: Ballroom, Pool Lounge, Flint and Grill Bar, Man Ho Chinese Restaurant
JW Marriott Ballroom: With room to host up to 672 guests for a sit-down banquet and no pillars, the ballroom can also be divided into half or into six rooms with individual entrances.
Pool Lounge: Perfect for an alfresco wedding, the Pool Lounge accommodates up to 70 guests for a cocktail reception.
Flint Grill & Bar: For a Western-style experience with fantastic drinks, the popular restaurant can host up to 144 guests for a cocktail reception.
Man Ho Chinese Restaurant: The fine dining restaurant accommodates sit-down banquets for as many as 220 guests.
What’s new: The Perfect Beginnings package for an evening wedding also come with 50,000 Marriott Reward Points, enough to redeem a two nights’ stay at any of the brand’s hotels around the world. Newlyweds can upgrade to the Presidential Suite for a special price of HK$14,688 (plus 10 per cent service charge) per night.
F&B highlights: Eco-conscious brides will appreciate the ocean-friendly menu: the hotel offers banquet dinners with sustainable seafood, designed with guidance from WWF-Hong Kong.
Standout aspects: Each room has video facilities, state-of-the-art Gobo lighting, digital signage and a high-definition LED wall backdrop. For a personal touch, the hotel offers a dedicated wedding butler to handle all the essentials, iron out details and ensure a stress-free experience.
One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty; jwmarriotthongkong.com
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9/17 Kowloon Shangri-La
Number of rooms: 688
Popular venues: The Grand Ballroom, Function Rooms
The Grand Ballroom: A generous space with sparkling chandeliers, the ornate ballroom accommodates
up to 576 guests for a banquet.
Function Rooms: With 15 function rooms, the hotel has a space for every size and style of wedding. On the lower level, The Orchid Room can host up to 360 for a sit-down banquet, while the Harbour and Kowloon rooms both seat 120 guests. The function rooms are highly versatile and can be divided into smaller sections. The Lotus, Jasmine and Laurel rooms can be combined into one for a 72-guest dinner.
What’s new: The recently introduced Blissful Wedding package includes a one-night stay, in-room breakfast for two, floral centrepieces, a complimentary cake, mahjong, Chinese tea service and a bottle of champagne for toasting. The package is available until January 31.
F&B highlights: Chinese wedding banquet menus are in the capable hands of Mok Kit-keung, the chef at the helm of two-Michelin-starred Shang Palace. If you’re not familiar with the restaurant’s superlative fare, you’re in for treat. Vegetarians are also catered for with the Emerald Green dinner menu, available until November 30.
Standout aspects: The hotel rooms are among the largest in Hong Kong, beginning at 450sqft, with the largest being the 2,420sqft Presidential Suite. Many of the rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and offer romantic views of Victoria Harbour—not a bad way to start your married life.
Where: 64 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East; shangri-la.com/kowloon
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10/17 The Langham, Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 498
Popular venues: Grand Ballroom, Function Rooms, Palm Court
Grand Ballroom: The elegant Grand Ballroom can host up to 400 guests for a traditional banquet and boasts state-of-the-art audiovisual facilities, including a 7m-by-3m LED wall. Decorated with handmade crystal chandeliers and golden silk wall panels, the space also divides into three rooms.
Function Rooms: The Botticelli, Bernini and Raphael function rooms offer understated elegance—think gold silk and wood-panelled walls. Each room has capacity for 24 to 45 guests depending on the setup, or they can be combined to provide private mahjong and bridal party game rooms.
Palm Court: The timber pillars and heritage-inspired surrounds of Palm Court in the hotel lobby will transport you to London. The flexible space can seat up to 100 guests for cocktail-style receptions and 60 people for sit-down dinners.
What’s new: Brides-to-be who booked at wedding at The Langham can expect some serious pampering at a beauty workshop with five of their friends at the Guerlain Beauty Centre in Vita at Harbour City, just across the street from the hotel. The three-hour bridal shower includes a complimentary 45-minute Radiance Facial for the bride, personalised beauty workshop, champagne and an indulgent La Petite Robe Noire afternoon tea.
F&B highlights: Home to the three-Michelin-starred T’ang Court Chinese restaurant, the Langham’s banquet menus are created by its award-winning executive chef Kwong Wai-keung.
Standout aspects: The Green Wedding package offers eco-friendly options such as sustainable and organic menus, recyclable paper for printed materials and soy candles for the table settings.
8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; langhamhotels.com/hongkong
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11/17 Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 501
Popular venues: Connaught Room, Charter Room,
Connaught Room: The hotel’s biggest venue is located on the first floor and can seat 250 for a banquet.
Chater Room: Filled with natural light, the room has views of Central and can accommodate up to 204 guests for a banquet.
What’s new: The Mandarin Oriental Indulgence package includes a night’s stay in the Harbour Room with
in-room breakfast for two, chauffeured limousine service, fresh floral arrangements, personalised wedding banner and guest book, and free parking for up to four cars. The Chinese banquet menu includes barbecued suckling pig, crab baked in the shell with cheese, and asparagus with bamboo pith and Yunnan ham sauce.
F&B highlights: Foodie couples can book out the two-Michelin-starred Pierre for a wedding of up to 50 guests, where they can celebrate their new life with family and friends while dining on exquisite dishes like the smoked cocotte with iberico pork pluma and langoustine grilled with dill.
Standout aspects: With the hotel home to the much-loved Mandarin Spa, this is the perfect excuse for the couple to seek a few moments of peace and quiet before the big day. Relax with the Oriental Harmony treatment, where two therapists will work together to ease away all the stress knots with a body scrub, massage and head-and-foot massage.
5 Connaught Road, Central; mandarinoriental.com
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12/17 The Mira Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 492
Popular venues: Ballroom, Vibes
Ballroom: The regal ballroom can seat up to 600 guests for a banquet, with no pillars, state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment, LED lighting and 18 handcrafted Czech crystal chandeliers. Designed by author, lifestyle expert and TV personality Colin Cowie, the hotel offers six themes and myriad colour combinations for every wedding.
Vibes: This outdoor lounge bar provides an elegant setting for an alfresco wedding. With space for up to 200 people for a cocktail reception, the lush courtyard features frangipani trees, water elements and lotus-shaped fire pits.
What’s new: The hotel recently added a new Garden Royale theme to its range of wedding packages—picture an enchanting banquet with rose-gold accents, romantic fountains and abundant blooms.
F&B highlights: From European dining at Whisk to the award-winning Yamm, contemporary Cantonese at Cuisine Cuisine and photogenic sweets at Coco, The Mira has a reputation for creative fare.
Standout aspects: With US$2.6 million worth of audiovisual equipment, the wedding experience at The Mira is one of the most streamlined and tech-savvy in the city. The ballroom, equipped with 30 speaker sets and 10 pre-programmed intelligent lighting systems, can create more than 25,000 colour tones, ensuring you make a bold impression on your wedding day.
118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; themirahotel.com
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13/17 The Peninsula Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 300
Popular venues: Salisbury Room, Nathan Room, Garden Suite
Salisbury Room: The elegant ballroom can seat up to 144 guests for a banquet.
Nathan Room: Ideal for smaller banquets, seating 72 guests.
Garden Suite: The picturesque venue on the 7th floor has views of Victoria Harbour and can seat up to 48 guests.
What’s new: The aptly named Dream Peninsula Wedding package includes two nights in a honeymoon suite with champagne, flowers and fruit, and in-room breakfast with more champagne the day after the wedding. It also includes a Rolls-Royce limousine service, floral table decorations, four bottles of champagne for the head table, place cards, guest book and a one-night stay for the first anniversary.
F&B highlights: The hotel produces its own range of chocolates in-house, which is available at its boutique. Couples can opt to give them as wedding favours in boxes of two and can choose from classic flavours like Coffee and more creative options such as Kumquat-Saffron, Apple Pie and Kalamansi. The hotel’s executive pastry chef Frank Haasnoot can also create an exquisite wedding cake, with the design and flavour tailor-made to your liking.
Standout features: The Peninsula’s colonial charm will be an elegant backdrop for photo opportunities on your big day.
Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; hongkong.peninsula.com
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14/17 The Repulse Bay
Popular venues: The Verandah, Spices Terrace, Marquee
The Verandah: An alfresco favourite, The Verandah restaurant features heritage interiors, European cuisine and an open-air terrace with sea views. The space accommodates 168 people for a banquet, though couples can combine The Reading Room and The Bamboo Bar to host up to 216 guests.
Spices Terrace: This popular restaurant faces the South China Sea and seats up to 120 people for an alfresco banquet.
The Marquee: Another lovely outdoor space with ocean views and lush greenery, The Marquee accommodates up to 192 for a banquet and 180 for a ceremony.
What’s new: The summer wedding package includes a long list of complimentary services for the bride-to-be, including a one-night stay at sister hotel The Peninsula Hong Kong, breakfast for two at The Peninsula, floral table decorations, unlimited free corkage for champagne, a guest book and dining voucher.
F&B highlights: Whether you’re looking for a Western-style set menu or a low-key barbecue, the signature wedding packages include a menu that you’ll be able to taste-test before the big day.
Standout aspects: The Repulse Bay assigns a point person to handle every detail of your wedding, from picking the date to cutting the cake—and everything in between.
109 Repulse Bay Road, Repulse Bay; therepulsebay.com
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15/17 The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 312
Popular venues: Diamond Ballroom, Ozone
Diamond Ballroom: The palatial ballroom comes with crystal chandeliers and a state-of-the-art LED wall, making it a glamorous space to host up to 408 for a banquet.
Ozone: Perched on the 118th floor, Ozone is the tallest bar in the world and the highest wedding venue in Hong Kong. With unparalleled views of Victoria Harbour and floor-to-ceiling windows, the unique spot accommodates up to 120 guests for a ceremony followed by a casual buffet lunch.
What’s new: The hotel just launched a Cristal Wedding Menu for weddings of 100-180 guests, designed by chef Paul Lau Ping-lui from the hotel’s two-Michelin-starred Tin Lung Heen (see below).
F&B highlights: The new Cristal Wedding Menu is as elegant as it is auspicious. The menu features a selection of Tin Lung Heen signature dishes, such as braised lobster soup with fish maw, Prunier caviar and braised whole Yoshihama abalone. It also includes a bottle of Louis Roederer Champagne Cristal Brut for every table, and a private consultation and food tasting with chef Lau himself.
Standout aspects: In addition to a chauffeured limousine service and personal butler, a dedicated wedding specialist is on hand to help arrange pretty much everything.
International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon; ritzcarlton.com
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16/17 The Upper House
Number of rooms: 117
Popular venues: Sky Lounge, The Lawn
Sky Lounge: Tucked away on the 49th floor, sweeping views impress by day, while an open fire and bamboo-panelled walls create a cosy ambience in the evening, with seated receptions for up to 48 people and cocktails for 80.
The Lawn: Located on the sixth floor, The Lawn is surrounded by skyscrapers and greenery. The relaxed outdoor area is perfect for a secret garden-style wedding, with space
for up to 80 guests for a cocktail reception.
What’s new: The Upper House offers special wedding packages during its off-peak season that is from July
to August, perfect for couples planning a summer wedding.
F&B highlights: Expect an incredible dining experience, with wedding menus created by award-winning chef Gray Kunz, who heads Café Gray Deluxe. Kunz brings a lifetime of experience to the table, specialising
in European, Asian and American cuisine made with organic and seasonal ingredients.
Standout aspects: The hotel’s luxurious Penthouse spaces can be used for other events in the lead-up to your wedding, such as the engagement party, wedding rehearsal dinner and tea ceremony. The rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, panoramic views, contemporary decor and personalised dining experiences.
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty; upperhouse.com
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17/17 W Hong Kong
Number of rooms: 393
Popular venues: Great Room
Great Room: Accommodating up to 360 guests for a banquet, this space has 6.4m-high ceilings and gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows that let in floods of natural light—not to mention a spectacular view from the 76th floor. The name says it all.
What’s new: The hotel’s 'Wed Like a Celeb' package includes photo shoots, a one-night stay, in-room breakfast, three-hour limousine service in a Tesla, a personalised backdrop at the reception, custom decor and flowers, and a bottle of bubbly.
F&B highlights: W Hong Kong knows how to throw a great party, and won’t disappoint when it comes to dining and drinking. Its Chinese banquet menus incorporate a contemporary twist on the classics, finishing with Chinese petit fours.
Standout aspects: With the hotel’s W Love wedding app, tech-savvy couples can stay on top of the details every step of the way. And after the wedding? Have your after-party in your own private VIP room at Woobar.
1 Austin Road, West Kowloon; w-hongkong.com
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