Luxury Hong Kong Wellness Retreat Staycations To Try

Luxury Hong Kong Wellness Retreat Staycations To Try

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, many Hong Kongers have stayed in the city for the summer and have been taking the time to enjoy home workouts and test out new online wellness retreats. With the recent announcement of gym and spa re-openings, luxury hotels in the city have re-launched their wellness staycations to provide a local healthy holiday fix.  These are the best Hong Kong wellness staycations right now to escape the city hustle and get some well-deserved, indulgent R&R…

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The Upper House

Luxury boutique hotel The Upper House is offering a weekend wellness staycation—named #WellnessOnTheRoad—which includes one nights’ accommodation in a Studio 70 room, a full 24-hour stay with flexible check-in time, breakfast for two at Café Gray Deluxe, a selection of Café Gray Deluxe cold-pressed juices welcome amenity, and a 60-minute in-room massage for two.

Guests will also receive a surprise wellness gift, have access to group wellness classes on Saturdays and Sundays, and can use the lululemon Wellness Loan Kit. Make the most of the complimentary Maxi Bar (except wine) and 24-hour gym facilities, for a full reset and recharge experience. If you’re driving to the hotel, guests have 50% off overnight parking.

The staycation package is valid until 31 December 2020. 

Prices available upon request | Enquire now by contacting bookings@compareretreats.com

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Four Seasons

Retreat at the Four Seasons, which combines holistic wellness experiences, from spa treatments to guided meditation and sound therapy, to name a few. Start your day with a 60-minute customised facial (for one guest per stay), followed by a customised body massage (for one guest per stay).

Embark on the 30-minute guided meditation therapy (for two guests per stay), then the 30-minute sound therapy (for two guests per stay). Try the 30-minute culinary consultation about healthy dining options, available once per stay. The package also includes a welcome gift from Sweaty Betty, and a daily Well Feeling breakfast for two, for a refreshing awakening.

The staycation package is valid until 31 December 2020.

Prices available upon request | Enquire now by contacting bookings@compareretreats.com

See our review of the Four Seasons’ Art of Mindfulness retreat in Hong Kong

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The Murray

Escape for a weekend with The Murray’s Rejuvenation Experience, which offers a day of sweet pampering. The package includes a welcome tea, daily breakfast at Garden Lounge or The Tai Pan, a revitalising session with the Barbara Sturm Instant Glow Facial, a meditation class, and a spa gift by Grown Alchemist. 

The staycation package is valid until 31 December 2020.

Prices from HK$6,500 for two guests for a one-night stay | Enquire now by contacting bookings@compareretreats.com

See our review of The Murray Hong Kong’s Signature Facial

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Landmark Mandarin Oriental

Recently launching its LMO Sweet Staycation package, Landmark Mandarin Oriental excels in wellness and hospitality, to ensure a five-star experience for its guests. The ultimate retreat combines Michelin-starred dining with luxury wellness experiences to curate a truly memorable stay. The package includes a round-trip limousine transfer, welcome amenities, HK$3,000 spending credit at the restaurants, bars, in-room dining, and spa/wellness, and an additional HK$3,000 dining and spa gift voucher to be used within three months from check-out.

Indulge in the bespoke luxurious bathtub experience, and try out the ice cream or PDT hot dog making class for two. Guests can also enjoy a camping tent for kids with breakfast, and a 60-minute Oriental Essence massage for up to two people. The package includes a personal training session for up to two people, unlimited streaming movies, and a free pet policy, with amenities. Utilise the LANDMARK BESPOKE salon access during your stay, too.

The staycation package is valid until 31 December 2020.

Prices from HK$35,000 per night (+10% service charge) | Enquire now by contacting bookings@compareretreats.com

See our review of the Landmark Mandarin Oriental 

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Rosewood Hong Kong

Indulge in a holistic tailored staycation at Rosewood Hotel, with the Asaya Urban Retreat package. The personalised experience takes you on a transformative wellness escape, which includes a minimum two-night stay at one of the Asaya Lodges, and the choice of a curated wellness programme. Guests may choose from the following programmes: Cleanse, Body Fit, Balance, Unplug, or Growing Together (for couples). The package also includes a HK$1,000 food and beverage credit voucher (per night) at any Rosewood restaurant and bar.

The staycation package is valid until 1 January 2021.

Prices from HK$7,450 per night for two guests | Enquire now by contacting bookings@compareretreats.com

See our review of Rosewood Hotel

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JW Marriott

Spend 24 hours at JW Marriott for an urban wellness staycation in the heart of the city. The staycation includes daily buffet breakfast at JW Café, your choice of a three-course set dinner for two at Fish Bar, or HK$1,000 dining credit per room per night, an immune-boosting drink per person, meditation by the pool, and access to the swimming pool (temporarily closed due to government restrictions), and gym facilities.

The staycation package is valid until 29 November 2020.

Prices from HK$2,948 per night | Enquire now by contacting bookings@compareretreats.com


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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