Whether you think it’s a Hallmark holiday or you’re fully invested in the day of love, there’s never a wrong time to show your loved one you care. And what better way to treat that someone special than to book in an hour or two of pampering at one of the city’s most luxurious spas? Hong Kong plays host to a number of luxury spas, with each offering their own unique brand of wellness. These are our top picks for couples spa treatments and packages, that can be booked for Valentine’s Day and beyond.
Eastern Experience at The Mandarin Spa
The Mandarin Oriental has worked tirelessly to ensure its reputation is near-synonymous with timeless elegance. It’s no wonder, then, that the hotel’s spa draws on ancient remedies and herbal treatments in its signature couples treatment, Eastern Experience. The three-hour treatment begins with an indulgent time spent on a naturally detoxifying Ganbanyoku bed, infused with your choice of either Sakura or yuzu. Next, relax with a softening body scrub, then feel your worries and pressures melt away with a stress-relieving meridian massage.
Priced at HK$6,570 (weekdays), HK$7,560 (weekends) | mandarinoriental.com
Private Luxury Retreat at The Ritz Carlton Hong Kong Spa
For a taste of true intimacy this Valentine’s Day, treat your loved one to a Private Luxury Retreat with a View at the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong Spa. Located on the 116th floor of the ICC and with panoramic views of Victoria Harbour, the spa boasts two dedicated couples treatment rooms. Available for either two or three hours in duration, packages are customisable and can incorporate your preferred massage and facial treatment. Packages are also inclusive of a complimentary hour to spend in the private couples lounge.
Prices start from HK$6,800 per couple | ritzcarlton.com
Double Serenity at The Four Seasons Spa Hong Kong
Led by a team of dedicated, in-house wellness experts, the Spa at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong has something to offer everyone, including loved-up couples. The Double Serenity couples treatment begins with a bubble bath and a glass of bubbly, to match—what more could you ask for to set the mood? The 150-minute experience then continues with your choice from a wide range of body scrubs for your body polish, before you and your loved one then indulge in a healing jade treatment.
Priced at HK$6,490 (weekdays), $7,370 weekends per couple| fourseasons.com
Perfect Couple at Bliss Spa
The aptly-named Perfect Couple package at the W Hotel’s Bliss Spa offers couples a complimentary upgrade to the BIP spa suite, boasting unbeatable harbour views, as well as access to the world’s highest outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi. Treatments include your choice of 60-minute massage and 30-minute body scrub, as well as a 30-minute ‘super soak’ and a 60-minute facial. To wind down from a long hard day of relaxing, treat yourselves to a meal made up of nourishing spa cuisine.
Priced at HK$7,888 per couple | marriott.com
Group Couples Gong Meditation Workshop at The Oriental Spa
Looking for something a little different? Deviate from the standard couples’ massage treatment this Valentine’s day with a special Group Couples Gong Meditation Workshops at The Oriental Spa’s Yoga Studio with Martha Collard, founder of Red Doors Studio. The therapy is designed to help couples build a deep spiritual connection, and includes complimentary use of The Oriental Spa’s facilities before and after the workshop, including experience showers, vitality pools, amethyst crystal steam rooms, saunas and Zen Relaxation Rooms. This exclusive treatment is only available from 5:15-6:45pm from 15-17 February at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, so be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.
Priced at HK$2,900 per couple | mandarinoriental.com/landmark/spa.
The Comforter at Lush Soho Square Spa
Sitting atop the headily scented flagship store, the Lush Soho Square Spa uses a range of innovative methods and ethically sourced products to help its visitors relax, recharge and restore, from sound therapies to aromatherapy and more. The spa is equipped with a double treatment room, so couples can ask to be accommodated together for a shared experience. The Comforter experience includes a 60-minute relaxing, gentle pressure full body massage to exfoliate and moisturise, and is then followed by a hot chocolate body scrub and nourishing rose body serum.
Priced at HK$1,350 per person | hk.lush.com
Champagne Spa Ritual at MiraSpa
The Mira hotel has crafted an exclusive, Champagne Spa Ritual for couples looking to indulge this Valentine’s Day. Packages are inclusive of a 90-minute champagne massage and paraffin hand treatment for two, as well as 30-minutes complimentary use of the private spa suite and its facilities (which include a steam room, shower and Jacuzzi). To conclude an afternoon – or evening – well spent, toast with a glass of champagne and a chocolate surprise, as well as a special something in store for the lady.
Priced at HK$3,180 (weekdays), HK$3,280 (weekends) per couple | themirahotel.com
Couples Massage at Base Camp
A haven for all things wellness, Base Camp at the Kerry Hotel is home to the property’s spa offerings. Rather than creating a singular offering, the spa offers all of its massages customisable as a couples treatment, or a massage for two. Massages can be either 60, 90 or 120 minutes in duration, while guests have the choice from a relaxing aromatherapy session, deep tissue sports massage, signature Asian blend, a stress-relieving neck and back massage, or a soothing foot massage.
Prices starting from HK$1,900 per couple | shangri-la.com
Chuan Ritual at Chuan Spa
On the 41st floor, the Cordis Hotel spa is an urban oasis, offering visitors a much-needed quiet sanctuary amid the vibrancy of the city below. Most massages and treatments can be experienced as a couple, but for a truly intimate experience, opt for the Chuan Ritual, which includes a full-body exfoliating scrub, algae wrap with aromatherapy oils infused, followed by an acupressure neck and back massage and rejuvenating, oxygen-infused facial.
Priced at HK$3,095 per couple | chuanspa.com.hk
In-Room Massage at The Upper House
In the spirit of true laid-back luxury, the Upper House hotel lets the spa come to its guests, offering a range of massages, spa and beauty treatments to be had at guests’ convenience. Massages are available in 60 or 90-minute durations and can incorporate, among other things, a range of essential oils, sleep-enhancing techniques, and even the use of a gold sugar scrub, hailed for its antioxidising properties.
Massages are priced starting from HK$800 | upperhouse.com