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Hong Kong Spa Hotels | Best Spa Hotels in Hong Kong

Your perfect Hong Kong holiday can take many forms. This vibrant, sprawling and bustling urban center will enthrall you with its glittering skyscrapers, invite you to shop to your heartís content, tempt your taste buds with its delightfully eclectic cuisine, and treat you to a unique blend of Oriental, Colonial, and modern cosmopolitan cultures. Natural beauty envelops the fabric of the city, in the shape of the waters dividing its islands, and the nature reserves marking their peripheries. Hong Kong has more than enough to keep you busy, but it also offers the perfect ways to help you relax. Indulge in the ancient rejuvenation therapies of the Orient, channeled into the many luxurious spas in the city. Find your kind of wellness, right where youíre staying. Here are the best spa hotels in Hong Kong that we recommend for a truly refreshing holiday.

 


# 1

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

This Hong Kong Island edition of Four Seasons has many feathers in its cap. To begin with, it has an unbeatable location, offering both connectivity to the city and seclusion from its chaos. The hotel sits right in the heart of the bustling Central Business District, but has Victoria Harbour right outside. It enjoys a private entry to the adjoining International Finance Centre, and is an easy walk away from a metro station connected to both Airport Express and Tung Chung lines, as well as from the Central ferry pier connecting the area to Kowloon. Four Seasons Hong Kong has come to be synonymous with luxury, thanks to its ultra-spacious city- and harbor-view rooms and suites, and its award winning spa. The Four Seasons spa, occupying the upper reaches of the skyscraper, offers a refreshing break from the urban hubbub right outside. Soothing water views and soft color tones set the mood in the spaís treatment rooms, which offer everything from facials, to manicures and pedicures, to aromatic, deep-tissue, acupressure, and Thai massages. Guests can also request custom massage options, or opt for a signature jetlag-busting full-body massage. The spaís Vitality Lounge offers unique experiences in its crystal steam rooms, ice fountains, and Finnish sauna rooms. The Spa at Four Seasons is operational 7 days a week, from 8:00am to 11:00pm.


 


# 2

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

The Landmark offers the full range of five-star luxuries, packaged in an ambiance that is upbeat yet serene. Location-wise, this is an extremely convenient option, situated in the heart of skyscraper-studded Central. Getting to practically any corporate office or shopping mall in the vicinity is a breeze. Kowloon is easily accessible via ferry, and the Victoria Peak tramway is a short walk away. The Landmark treats you to a boutique experience, tailored to help you beat jetlag, corporate blues, and the Hong Kong summer heat. Its interiors are opulent without being loud, and its serene rooms and suites are smartly furnished to maximize space. The Landmarkís tranquil opulence reaches its peak at the hotelís luxurious spa, spanning two floors and home to an 18-meter heated indoor pool. There are as many as 15 treatment rooms here, one of which is a VIP suite ideal for couples. This suite has two massage beds, a generous futon mattress, a private changing area, a flat screen TV, and its own amethyst crystal steam shower and vitality tub. The Landmarkís spa is also home to a traditional hammam, a Roman Laconium, a Moroccan Rasul, a variety of experience showers, steam rooms and saunas, Zen relaxation rooms, a luxe nail spa, and even a yoga and pilates studio. After a relaxing round of rejuvenation, guests can also treat their taste buds to the delectable fare at the hotelís Michelin-starred restaurant.


 


# 3

The Ritz Carlton Hong Kong

Housed in a sleek high-rise building that offers unmatched views of Kowloon, Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island, the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong has in the past enjoyed the status of the tallest hotel in the world. It may have lost that tag now, but its ambiance, service and luxury continue to give plenty of other 5-star establishments a run for their money. The hotel has an excellent location atop the International Commerce Centre, which means that it is also directly above the Kowloon MTR station and can get you to Hong Kong Island and the airport in quick time. The Ritz Carltonís sky-high location gives it a rather exclusive vibe, which is echoed by its quiet and comfortable interiors. Book an extended stay here to unwind in a luxurious guestroom with an unforgettable view, and spend your leisure hours at the sprawling spa. The Ritz Carlton spa is set on the 116th floor of the building, and literally makes for a walk (or a swim) in the clouds. Housed within it are an indoor infinity pool and an outdoor whirlpool, both overlooking the harbor and the city. Complementing these are 9 treatment rooms, a coupleís suite, and a full-service fitness center. Guests can opt for a bouquet of signature and bespoke treatments combining the best of Oriental and Western elements. These include pearl scrubs, lava shell body treatments, stress-relieving medicated breathing and deep tissue massages, facial and scalp reflexology, and a range of foot massages. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a cloud-strewn backdrop will take your Ritz Carlton spa experience to an almost surreal dimension.


 


# 4

The Peninsula Hong Kong

If stately is your style, youíll be right at home at the Peninsula, affectionately called the ĎPení, a legendary Hong Kong hotel set on the tip of Kowloon, overlooking Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island beyond. The streets outside are always abuzz with tourists and locals alike, and you will find yourself within easy reach of myriad shops, restaurants, museums, and recreation hubs. The hotel itself presents a stark contrast to the hubbub outside. Step in to time-travel into old-world luxury, complete with afternoon tea, classical music, and all the splendor of Hong Kongís colonial past. And yet, the cosmopolitan vibe of the city seeps into the Peninsula, leading you to bright and chic rooms with polished artwork and sophisticated mod-cons. These are complemented by great food and excellent services, the highlight of which is the Penís luxurious spa. Spread over 12,000 square feet, the spa and wellness center consists of 14 treatment rooms, 6 of which are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. One of these is a suite laid out like a plush mini-spa, perfect for couples on a romantic Hong Kong getaway. The Peninsula spa has a rich ambience that blends traditional Chinese elements with contemporary accents. Rejuvenation options include steam rooms, saunas, and aromatherapy experience showers. The treatment package here covers everything from acupressure massages, to Vedic and Thai massages, to a variety of facials, to bespoke massages for men and women. Body contour treatments and tailored slimming solutions are also offered here.


 


# 5

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

The Mandarin Oriental has been setting the trend for high-end hospitality in Hong Kong for over half a century now. In its stylish contemporary avatar, it also wins a place among the best spa hotels in this part of the world. Conveniently located in Hong Kong Islandís Central Business District, this landmark hotel has an MTR station right outside, and another one (connecting it to the airport) just 5 minutes away. Victoria Harbour and the Peak tramway station, are both within walking distance of the hotel. The Mandarin Oriental has quietly stylish interiors, in its refined public spaces as well as in its spacious and streamlined rooms and suites. Spa and wellness facilities here will leave you spoilt for choice. The 2-floor spa welcomes you into its enchanting 1930s Shanghai inspired interiors, and offers personalized treatments in accordance with your preferences. Choose one of the 9 treatment rooms here (2 of which are private suites) for a rejuvenating aromatherapy massage, a traditional Thai massage, a deep tissue therapeutic massage, traditional Chinese foot reflexology, meditation sessions, and a wide range of facials. The Mandarin Oriental spa is also home to a sauna, a Chinese herbal steam room, Jacuzzis, an indoor swimming pool with mood lighting, and a fitness center. Complete your pampering session at the in-house salon, and relax over a hot brew at the delightful tea lounge.


 


# 6

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

This Hong Kong Island hotel combines a convenient location right by the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, with a tranquil, almost resort-like feel. Together, these make the Grand Hyatt perfect for a relaxed getaway, with generous doses of sightseeing, shopping and nightclub hopping thrown into the mix. Rooms here offer the complete package of space, sophistication and serenity, and are complemented by a variety of indoor and outdoor leisure spaces. The highly rated Plateau Spa is responsible for a lot of the footfall at the Grand Hyatt. Designed along the lines of a verdant resort on the hotelís 11th floor, it offers a bouquet of massages, facials, and reflexology treatments. There are private treatment rooms here, with ensuite bathrooms, and a spa menu that offers everything from 15-minute express treatments, to authentic Thai massages spanning 90 minutes.


 


# 7

InterContinental Hong Kong

Marking the edge of Kowloon, this waterfront hotel offers some of the most iconic views in Hong Kong. Its location also puts you within walking distance of the cityís vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment destinations. Optimized for relaxation and rejuvenation, the InterContinentalís rooms are designed in accordance with feng shui principles. This makes them a fitting complement to the feng shui inspired I-Spa, a haven of serenity made up of private spa suites equipped with private saunas, Jacuzzis, and steam showers. The spa menu features signature Ďchií balancing massages, body exfoliation treatments, facials, earth stone therapy, lymphatic drainage massages, organic aromatherapy massages, and Oriental foot massages, to name a few. Supplement these with Tai Chi, yoga or Pilates lessons, which are complementary for InterContinental guests.


 


# 8

Island Shangri-La Hotel

Part of Hong Kong Islandís popular Pacific Place shopping complex, Island Shangri-La Hotel sits atop an MTR station, and is minutes away from the business and recreation destinations of the Central Business District. Even so, it flaunts a serene ambiance, with relaxed yet elegant interiors, and full-height windows with greenery right outside. The Health Club & Spa on the 8th floor has a 24-hour gym, a swimming pool, a sauna and steam room, a Jacuzzi, an experience shower, and a solarium for 360-degree tanning. Guests can enjoy aromatherapy, deep tissue, and Chinese massages, in addition to foot reflexology, facials, body wraps and exfoliation treatments. Healthy refreshments are available, and the in-house store offers a variety of beauty and fitness products.


 


# 9

Hotel ICON

This popular Tsim Sha Tsui hotel has the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Science Museum for neighbors. The nearest MTR station is a 5-minute walk away. Stay here to marvel at grand views of the harbor, the Hong Kong skyline, and the mountains beyond. Rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit at the sophisticated Angsana Spa, which has four treatment rooms featuring serene minimal dťcor, and offering a variety of beauty, health, and massage treatments. The spa facilities are complemented by the hotelís adjoining health club and swimming pool.


 


# 10

Kowloon Shangri-La

Even the exterior of the Kowloon Shangri-La invites you to put your troubles to rest. Unlike the typical skyscraper hotels in the city, this hotel has a more human scale, and sits within a tree-lined property right by the harbor. Rooms here are optimized for relaxation, and complemented beautifully by the hotelís health club and spa. Within this are an indoor swimming pool with badujets, a Jacuzzi, a steam bath, a solarium, and treatment rooms offering facials, massages, reflexology, and aromatherapy treatments. The health club also has a round-the-clock gym.


 


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