11 Luxury Spas In Hong Kong For Five-Star Pampering

Hong Kong’s Most Luxurious Spas For Five-Star Pampering

The spa is at the centre of most hotel wellness concepts, and Hong Kong’s luxury hospitality scene is a competitive haven of spa sanctuaries and serene oasis’, providing some zen among the urban chaos. From full body massages to perfect pedicures, these are the best luxury spas in Hong Kong for an indulgent pamper. 

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The Mandarin Spa

The iconic flagship hotel for the Mandarin Group boasts a spacious spa with a wide range of therapies, all offered from a sophisticated setting that draws inspiration from old Shanghai. It boasts nine private treatment rooms, a Chinese herbal steam room, and a dedicated spa boutique, among other offerings.

5 Connaught Road Central, Central | mandarinoriental.com | 2825 4888 | [email protected]

See also: What Wellness Looks Like At The Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

 

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The Peninsula Spa

The award-winning Peninsula Spa has four purpose-built, state of the art treatment rooms to rejuvenate both body and mind. Its treatments incorporate traditional Chinese healing philosophies with innovative approaches to health and wellness.

8/F, Peninsula Hotel, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon | peninsula.com | 2920 2888 | [email protected]  

See also: 10 Luxurious Couples Spa Treatments In Hong Kong For A Relaxed Date

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The Four Seasons Hong Kong Spa

Each of the spa’s 17 treatment rooms boasts uninterrupted views of Victoria Harbour and the hotel’s infinity pool, making the Four Seasons Spa one of the most beautiful luxury spas in Hong Kong.  Treatments draw upon award-winning products from world-renowned beauty brands, helping spagoers slip into a deep state of relaxation.

6/F, 8 Finance Street, Central | fourseasons.com | 3196 8900 | [email protected]

See also: The Art Of Mindfulness: An Urban Retreat At Four Seasons Hong Kong

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Sense of Touch

For a pampering session in the heart of town, there are few better places than the Sense of Touch day spa. It prides itself on customer service, a client-centred approach and has been known to offer some of the most painless waxing services in town.

1-5/F, 52 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central | senseoftouch.com.hk | 2526 6918 | [email protected]  

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The Oriental Spa

The Landmark Mandarin’s spa is spread among two spacious floors of premium real estate and houses 15 private treatment rooms as well as an intimate VIP couples’ sanctuary suite. It is one of few places in Hong Kong to house an authentic Hammam and Moroccan Rasul chamber.

15 Queen’s Road Central, Central | mandarinoriental.com | 2132 0011 | [email protected]

See also: Landmark Mandarin Oriental’s Pedi-Facial Is The Busy Person’s Solution To Making “Me Time”

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Angsana Spa at Hotel Icon

This urban retreat offering by Banyan Tree includes a wide range of beauty and spa treatments among its services. Each of its highly-skilled therapists has trained for a minimum of 350 hours at the Banyan Tree Spa Academy, ensuring its clients are in the best hands possible.

9/F, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon | hotel-icon.com | 3400 1052 | [email protected]

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Chuan Spa at Cordis Hotel

One of the best luxury spas in Hong Kong for gents, the Chuan Spa at the Cordis Hotel aims to restore tired travellers and counter the negative effects of constant, hectic city life. It offers over 60 traditional healing treatments in a relaxed, contemporary environment.

555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon | chuanspa.com.hk | 3552 3510 | [email protected]

See also: Fusion Maia: An All-Inclusive Luxe Spa Resort in Vietnam

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Bliss Spa at W Hong Kong

Overlooking West Kowloon’s newly-built cultural offerings, the Bliss Spa puts rest and relaxation at the forefront of the experience. Movie screenings during manicures, state of the art body treatments and a dry sauna are some of the many luxury offerings available.

72/F, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon | marriott.com | 3717 2797 | [email protected]

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Ritz Carlton Hong Kong Spa

With nine luxurious treatment rooms, an indoor infinity pool and a wide range of unique pampering treatments on offer, the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong spa is a destination in and of itself. A spa treatment in the world’s tallest hotel is guaranteed to leave you feeling on cloud nine.

116/F, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon | ritzcarlton.com | 2263 2040 | [email protected]

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LUSH Soho Square Spa

This urban oasis brings the British brand’s ethos to the heart of Hong Kong. Its unique, immersive spa experiences draw on its all-natural beauty and bath products to deliver a range of relaxing treatments. It even boasts a spa ‘kitchen’ where consultations are held and treatment programmes arranged.

G/F-4/F, Soho Square, 21A-B Lyndhurst Terrace, Central | hk.lush.com | 3915 0638 | [email protected]

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The Mira Hotel Spa

Spread across more than 18,000 square feet, the Mira Hote’s Spa Zone features seven private treatment rooms, an aura room with personalised music playlists, and two VIP treatment areas complete with private steam rooms, a day bed, and customisable LED lighting for the ultimate personalised experience.

B3/F, The Mira Hong Kong, 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon | themirahotel.com | 2315 5500 | [email protected]

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Amanda Sheppard

The former Art & Culture editor at Time Out Hong Kong magazine, Amanda is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Asia's world city. Amanda grew up in Asia, loves hiking, stand up paddle boarding, and a day well spent outdoors. Her last holiday sunrise trekking along Indonesian volcanic landscapes gave her a taste of the healthy holiday bug, and she’s been on the lookout for her next great adventure ever since.

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