Hong Kong is known as a mecca for business travel and when those guests are stressed or tense from a day of meetings – a massage or spa treatment might be exactly what they need.
These hotels in Hong Kong are great options for the traveler who needs a little more rest and relaxation during their trip – whether after a day of shopping, touring, or meetings.
These Hong Kong hotels are the best spa hotels in the area and provide the ultimate in treatments, services, amenities and facilities.
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Hotel in China is positioned among the finest luxury hotels in the world and with magnificent views of Hong Kong’s renowned Victoria Harbour and Wanchai district. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong enjoys a central location on Hong Kong Island, in the very heart of this vibrant and exciting city. Our ‘meetings hotel’ is conveniently interconnected with the HKCEC (Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre) and only 40 minutes from Hong Kong Airport. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong also hosts Plateau spa – the first world class residential spa.
Internationally acclaimed as one of the world’s top hotels for business and leisure, InterContinental Hong Kong, with its unique waterfront location in Kowloon’s prime shopping, business and entertainment district, offers unrivalled views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island, unparalleled service and facilities, as well as superb dining options. The hotel now has a stylish new contemporary look and enhanced facilities, with a sleek modern Lobby, exclusive state-of-the-art Club InterContinental (Executive Lounge), expanded Fitness Centre and luxurious I-Spa, and the newly renovated Ballroom and function rooms. The hotel is also renowned for its personalized service and superb restaurants, all with panoramic harbour views. The most recent addition is “SPOON by Alain Ducasse”, featuring the modern cuisine inspired by world-renowned chef Alain Ducasse.
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With its impressive location in the heart of the fashion and business district overlooking Victoria Harbour, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is regarded as an icon.
The winner of a stream of awards, echoes of a glamorous past add to the high style of the hotel’s luxurious interior. 501 rooms and suites offer guests the ultimate in spacious accommodation with sophisticated entertainment and business technology.
The ten restaurants and bars have been created by epicurean masters from around the world and include the Michelin-starred Pierre restaurant; stunning Cantonese dining at Man Wah and innovative contemporary European cuisine at the Mandarin Grill.
For utter serenity, retreat to the award-wining Mandarin Spa. Honouring the hotel’s Oriental heritage and encompassing the basics of traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda, this holistic spa is positioned over three floors and incorporates an indoor swimming pool, salon, gentlemen’s barber and 24-hour fitness centre.
Dominating the city skyline at 490 meters high, a new iconic landmark emerges. The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong makes a magnificent return to the city with the world’s tallest hotel. Soaring from the 102nd floor to the 118th floor, with unrivaled views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and the New Territories, the hotel takes centre stage in the International Commerce Centre (ICC), offering luxury commercial, residential and retail space. Reintroducing the art of hospitality, the Ladies and Gentlemen of The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong welcome guests into a sanctuary of refined ambiance and elegance.
Six dining venues starting on the 102nd floor, including Chinese and Italian restaurants, a lobby lounge, tea lounge and alfresco rooftop bar. All restaurants and bars offer panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island. Private dining rooms for intimate and celebratory occasions create a truly global destination dining venue of high culinary art.
On 11th December 1928, a legend of Asian hospitality was born – The Peninsula Hong Kong opened its doors for the first time. Classic, contemporary chic arrives at The Peninsula Hong Kong, as this legend of the East redefines luxury once more. Heralding the latest guest-focused technology and a new era of personalisation, the launch of the newly renovated guestrooms in The Peninsula Tower and Original Building have unveiled in May 2013 to usher in the hotel’s 85th anniversary celebrations. Accenting simplicity and elegance, the new rooms aesthetic melds the distinctive design touches and high-tech extras present in today’s luxury yachts, motorcars, and private jets, taking The Peninsula guest experience to a new level of comfort. Extensive facilities include a Roman-style swimming pool, a 12,000-square-foot Peninsula Spa, nine award-winning restaurants and bars, superb banqueting and meeting areas, plus a Shopping Arcade. A fleet of fourteen Rolls-Royce limousines is available for luxurious airport transfers, and two MINI Cooper S Clubmen reflect the legendary Grande Dame’s youthful spirit, while the hotel’s own helicopter service provides the ultimate in speed and style.