The best staycations in Hong Kong

2 Nov 2020 by Seher Asaf
K11 Artus

As borders around the world continue to remain closed, a number of hotels over the past few months have launched an array of rejuvenating and fun staycation packages for guests looking for the perfect getaway.

Whether you’re looking for new culinary experiences, a chance to relax and unwind or just simply a change in scenery, there’s really no better time to enjoy a no-passport-required staycation at a top-tier hotel. 

Here is a roundup of Hong Kong’s best staycations:

K11 Artus

Soaring over Victoria Dockside, an art and design district in Tsim Sha Tsui, K11 Artus offers luxury staycation experiences overlooking Hong Kong’s iconic harbourfront for those looking to recharge and recuperate in a tranquil environment. Guests will find a range of dining and leisure facilities here, such as the cosy all-day dining restaurant The Commune, a bar serving a wide selection of wines, spirits and artisanal cocktails called The Chamber, a small library, a life-size chess board, and a 25 metre open air heated swimming pool.

K11 Artus is currently offering “A Toast to One at Victoria Dockside” staycation package (starts at HK$5,600 per night) to celebrate Victoria Dockside’s first anniversary until November 8. The package includes daily breakfast for two, an art tour at Victoria Dockside, a limited edition Van Gogh’s ear Miniature (worth $1,000), and more. 

Alternatively, guests can also book the “Breezy Staycations By The Water” package (starts at HK$4,200 per night) which is valid until December 23. It includes an afternoon tea set for two, daily breakfast for two, a 60-minute personal training session, and more. 


The Peninsula, Hong Kong

Although we currently can’t travel the world as most borders continue to remain closed, The Peninsula Hong Kong is attempting to bring the world to its guests through its one-to-three day “Journey The World” staycation package. The hotel says guests will start their staycation at one of the hotel’s famous Rolls-Royce Phantoms which will then whisk them to either Wanchai or Shek Kong to hop into a helicopter for a trip over Hong Kong prior to landing on The Peninsula’s rooftop helipad to begin their staycation.  

Depending on the length of the stay, guests can choose from an array of experiences offered by the hotel. These include a tour to learn about the history of the hotel, a chance to watch a movie in a “unique venue”, painting classes,  fitness classes, and more. The package is valid until November 30. The starting price for the one-day journey is HK$3,880 for a Deluxe Room. 

The Peninsula, Hong Kong

Ovolo Hotels

Hong Kong-based Ovolo Hotels lets guests design their own staycation under its “Staycay Your Way” package offered at both its Central and Wong Chuk Hang properties. From flying high with helicopter tours, to relaxing with in-room massages, guests can pick and mix their own experiences. 

At Ovolo Central, just a stone’s throw from the restaurants and the art galleries of Tai Kwun, guests can choose from a list of experiences ranging from a helicopter tour over the Hong Kong Harbour, to being pampered with a traditional barber service from Selvedge Barbers.

Meanwhile, at Ovolo Southside, guests can discover the hidden gems of Wong Chuk Hang and Aberdeen with a personalised walking tour or chose to work out with a kickboxing class.

The hotel group also recently announced that all restaurants, bars, and food services across its properties are now completely vegetarian for an entire year.

Ovolo Hotels

Cordis, Hong Kong

Located in Mong Kok, five-star hotel Cordis, Hong Kong is offering a total of 17 staycation packages for families, couples and friends interested in a getaway that offers an array of creative activities such as Tai Chi classes, wine tasting, and art tours. The hotel is also home to a vibrant collection of restaurants and bars including the Michelin starred Cantonese restaurant Ming Court. Guests looking to indulge in the hotel’s culinary delights can book the “Luxurious Lalique Experience” staycation package (starts from HK$1,898 per night) which offers a tasting menu at Ming Court and breakfast for two at The Place.

Cordis, Hong Kong

The Ritz Carlton, Hong Kong

Rising 118 floors above the city in Kowloon’s International Commerce Centre, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong gives guests sweeping views of Victoria Harbour. The luxury hotel is offering an array of different staycation packages for families, couples and friends.

Guests can escape the hustle and bustle of the city by opting for the hotel’s “Sky High Staycation” package (starting from HK$2,699 per room per night) which includes a one night stay in a Deluxe Room, daily breakfast at The Lounge & Bar, and a chance to enjoy a glass of house Champagne at Ozone/The Lounge & Bar, overlooking the magnificent skyline. 

For those looking for a family friendly staycation package, the hotel’s “Ritz-Kids Night Safari” package (starting HK$3,400 per room per night) offers, among other things, an “Electronic Kids Car” test drive experience, an in-suite tent experience, and a selection of family-friendly board games. 

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong

Located on Kowloon’s vibrant waterfront, at the heart of Hung Hom Bay, Kerry Hotel is the perfect place for a relaxing and fun-filled staycation.  The hotel is currently offering a range of staycation packages, including its “Millennials Me Time” package (starts from HK$2,500 per night) which  invites guests to take time out of their busy schedules to enjoy a rejuvenating stay at the hotel which includes a private outdoor yoga class or a 60-minute massage for two at The Spa. 

Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong
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