Asaya Hong Kong Introduces ‘Asaya Wellcations’ Series, For An Immersive Wellness Staycation In The City

Asaya Hong Kong Introduces ‘Asaya Wellcations’ Series, For An Immersive Wellness Staycation In The City

It’s been a long, tough year for most of us, undoubtedly the result of COVID-19 and its unprecedented impacts. Typically, by this time with summer holidays, many healthy holiday hunters would be jet setting off to the latest retreat opening or beachside resort to rejuvenate and soak in the warm weather. Although this temporarily remains off the cards, Hong Kong has been one of the top cities for unique staycation ideas, keeping locals preoccupied with rediscovering their own backyard. One of the latest openings in the city, Rosewood Hong Kong, has been an extremely popular feat among the options—plus its Asaya Hong Kong wellness concept has enticed the likes of spa enthusiasts and those looking to reboot. Indulge in a restorative getaway experience at Asaya Hong Kong from June 16th, 2021 until July 11th, 2021. The integrative two-storey wellness hub presents its Asaya Wellcation series, offering a curated selection of personal journeys which are also available to share with couples, families and friends.

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Hong Kong’s urban wellness retreat Asaya is a serene oasis in the heart of the city, taking up two floors of the luxury harbourfront hotel Rosewood Hong Kong. The innovative, integrated wellness concept focuses on three main goals towards personal healing—self-acceptance, discovery and connection. At Asaya, guests can experience alternative therapies and rituals, enriching fitness and mindful activities, lifestyle and nutrition coaching and relax and self-reflect in secluded spaces.

See also: Retreat In Hong Kong At Asaya’s Serene Spa Lodges

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Asaya Wellcation

If you’re in need of a well-deserved spa break, you’re in good hands. The Asaya Wellcation series launches in phases, starting with one-day or one-night programming before culminating into week-long targeted retreats. Take time away from your usual routine to fully unwind at Asaya, where each wellcation is individually tailored to rejuvenate physical and mental wellbeing through a mix of wellness classes, restorative treatments, expert-led therapy sessions and nourishing meals from Asaya Kitchen.

See also: First Look: Asaya At Rosewood Hong Kong, A Spectacular Urban Wellness Retreat

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Discover Asaya Wellcation (One-Day)

The Discover Asaya Wellcation is among the first retreats of the Asaya Wellcation series. Each introductory programme includes a guided session (Singing Bowl Therapy, Mindfulness Meditation, Expressive Arts Therapy, Functional Insight Training, Active Isolated Stretching, Sports Therapy) with a resident wellness specialist to discover personal insights and goals, the choice of an aromatherapy session or bespoke treatment (60-min Aroma Atelier by Asaya or 60-min Essential Detox Ritual by EVIDENS DE BEAUTE / Anti-Vice by GOA facial), followed by a three-course lunch at Asaya Kitchen, the on-site health-driven restaurant. During the retreat, guests can also use the 25m outdoor infinity pool and have full access to the Asaya Fitness Centre and Wellbeing Classes. 

Weekday rate: Prices from HK$2,650 for one person (+10%); from HK$5,300 for two persons (+10%)

Weekend rate: Prices from HK$3,510 for one person (+10%); from HK$7,020 for two persons (+10%)

See also: The ‘Suitest’ Staycations in Hong Kong

Contact us at bookings@compareretreats.com to book your luxury retreat at Asaya

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Discover Asaya One-Night Wellcation

The One-Night Wellcation at Asaya offers the same indulgences as the Discover Asaya Wellcation, but includes a stay at one of the serene Asaya Lodges. Each introductory programme includes a guided session (Singing Bowl Therapy, Mindfulness Meditation, Expressive Arts Therapy, Functional Insight Training, Active Isolated Stretching, Sports Therapy) with a resident wellness specialist to discover personal insights and goals, the choice of an aromatherapy session or bespoke treatment (60-min Aroma Atelier by Asaya or 60-min Essential Detox Ritual by EVIDENS DE BEAUTE / Anti-Vice by GOA facial), followed by a three-course lunch at Asaya Kitchen, the on-site health-driven restaurant. During the retreat, guests can also use the 25m outdoor infinity pool and have full access to the Asaya Fitness Centre and Wellbeing Classes. Take some time away from outside bustle to retreat at your beautiful lodge to complete your spa break. Start your morning after with a healthy breakfast, included in the package.

Weekday rate: Prices from HK$4,970 for one person (+10%); from HK$7,700 for two persons (+10%)

Weekend rate: Prices from HK$6,390 for one person (+10%); from HK$9,970 for two persons (+10%)

Contact us at bookings@compareretreats.com to book your luxury retreat at Asaya

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The Ultimate Wellcation

Embark on the ultimate wellness journey to self-discovery—with your loved ones. The Ultimate Wellcation is the newest way to spend quality time with friends and family in the most tranquil, restorative environment of Asaya’s seventh floor. Experience the entire space, including the two Asaya Lodges and Social House which features a private lounge, garden, two double treatment rooms and hydrotherapy facilities. All this is set aside for a one-night group retreat, inclusive of guided workshops, aromatherapy sessions, wellness treatments and three-course lunch at Asaya Kitchen.

Designed for up to 10 guests, The Ultimate Wellcation includes full access to the 25m outdoor infinity pool and Asaya Fitness Centre.

Prices from HK$88,000 (+10%) for 10 persons

* Book by July 11th 2021 to enjoy this introductory rate.

Contact us at bookings@compareretreats.com to book your luxury retreat at Asaya

Faye Bradley

Faye Bradley is the editor and business development manager at Compare Retreats. She is an avid writer, editor, illustrator and yogi who is passionate about all things wellness, travel and the arts.

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