The best spas in Hong Kong with everything from affordable facials to indulgent massages, plus our pick of budget parlours, luxurious hotel spas and more.
There are so many spas in Hong Kong, with everything from rejuvenating facials to tension-relieving and deep tissue massages, lymphatic and aromatherapy treatments, hot stone therapies, detoxifying masks and more! To narrow down your options, we’ve rounded up our favourite affordable and luxurious options on Hong Kong Island and in Kowloon, with local beauty salons offering express 30-minute or full-day service, massage specialist parlours and luxurious hotel spa picks with stunning harbour views. Here’s your ultimate guide to spas, massage parlours and beauty salons with treatment and therapies.
The Best Luxury Spas In Hong Kong
Bliss Spa at the W Hong Kong — Hotel spa in Kowloon with tension-releasing massages, wax treatments, advanced machine facial therapies and more
The award-winning bliss® Spa is perfect for a girl’s day out, boasting breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour from the 72nd floor of the W Hong Kong hotel. Talk about a top-of-the-world experience! With over 14,500 sq. ft. of rooms and facilities, this haven is the ultimate indulgence. Take full advantage of the spa’s brand-new Himalayan salt stone thermal sauna, prestige products like Japanese therapeutic oils from Lapidem Tokyo, sea-view vitality massage pool, aromatherapy steam bath, sensory experience bath, and signature ice fountain.
Sassy Tip: Opt for the “My Bliss My Way” 120-minute spa experience (valued at $3,280+10%) and get either one bottle of Veuve Cliquot Yellow Label champagne, one signature birthday cake or one deluxe bouquet complimentary, when you redeem two packages at the same time with your friends.
THANN Sanctuary — Luxury spa with treatments based on the art of natural therapy
An oasis in the city, THANN Sanctuary is a healing environment for all the senses that seeks to help you physically and mentally as you refresh and rejuvenate. Head to one of its three beautiful spaces and experience its wide array of spa treatments all based on the art of natural therapy — like stone and aroma massages, signature salt therapies, full-body scrubs and more.
Use promo code SASSYPERK directly at a spa outlet on your first trial, after making a reservation in advance by phone or WhatsApp, to get 10% off any regular-priced treatment and an additional 5% off the Shiso Head-to-Toe Therapy. Valid until Friday, 25 April, 2024.
YUN WELLNESS at Island Shangri-La — Brand-new luxurious hotel wellness location in Admiralty
An urban oasis in the heart of Hong Kong. YUN WELLNESS sits on Level 8 of Island Shangri-La, Admiralty, decked out with a community area and spa, a 28.5-metre outdoor swimming pool, a gym with state-of-the-art equipment and a hair salon. The diverse therapies here are holistic, seeking to revitalise and rejuvenate the whole body physically and emotionally. Put your trust in the highly-experienced team of wellness practitioners, who will meet your needs whatever they may be: beauty and body treatments, physiotherapy, personal training and more.
THIA Wellness Urban – A city escape offering premium bespoke facial and massage services
Take a break from the daily hustle and treat yourself to a bespoke facial and massage that won’t break the bank at THIA Wellness, conveniently tucked away in the centre of the city. The experience starts with a soothing cup of tea or glass of bubbly out on a lush open-air garden terrace. Then, a quick consultation with your massage therapist to discuss your goals and pick the essential oils for your session. We recently indulged in a rejuvenating experience at THIA Wellness — read our full review here. Be sure to use our exclusive discount below or sign up for a monthly membership package (from $1,998)!
Use promo code sassy50 to enjoy 50% off standard-priced massage and facial services. Offer valid until Tuesday, 30 April, 2024.
Asaya at Rosewood Hong Kong — Luxury wellness location inside Rosewood in Tsim Sha Tsui with retreat packages and holistic spa treatments
For the experience, book an Asaya Wellcation — a bespoke tailored rejuvenating programme that can include anything from body and nutritional assessments to specialist wellness classes (like guided meditation and singing bowls), restorative treatments (like deep tissue and lymphatic drainage massages, salt stone soaks, clay and mud scrubs and even sleep therapy), lunches and access to the fitness centre, pool and other running wellness classes.
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Angsana Spa Hotel ICON — Luxury hotel spa in Tsim Sha Tsui East with exclusive qi-boosting massages and pampering signature treatment packages
An urban sanctuary inside Hotel ICON, Angsana Spa boasts four treatment rooms and offers exclusive tension-releasing pressure point qi-boosting massages and more. We like the signature treatments here, which can combine anything from Angsana and Thai massages to nourishing body wraps, herbal salt compresses, aromatic floral scrubs, and facials.
Chuan Body + Soul at The Langham, Hong Kong — Luxury hotel spa in Tsim Sha Tsui with treatments and massages inspired by the elements and Traditional Chinese Medicine
Recentre and slow down at Chuan Body + Soul at The Langham, Hong Kong, a quiet oasis in the city. The wellness treatments and facilities here are designed to nurture, balance and restore, with a team of experienced therapists always on hand to help you leave feeling refreshed.
Chuan Spa at Cordis, Hong Kong — Luxury hotel spa in Mong Kok with treatments and massages inspired by the elements and Traditional Chinese Medicine
Inspired by the five elements and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chuan Spa at Cordis promises to be a sanctuary where your mind, body and soul connect. Here you can relax and revitalise with holistic spa treatments, harmony-restoring massages and nourishing facials.
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MiraSpa — Luxurious hotel spa in Tsim Sha Tsui with indulgent treatments, massages and pampering packages
An urban escape, MiraSpa uses cutting-edge technology in its innovative treatments and massages, personalising each to your needs. And you’ll have access to your own shower, vanity and washroom when you’re done! Create a bespoke package or book a special couple’s pampering treat for you and your partner — it’s worth adding $700 to stay and use the facilities for another 30 minutes.
Spa L’Occitane — French luxury spa with locations in Kowloon and Wan Chai
L’Occitane’s flagship spa on Star Street in Wan Chai has exclusive facilities including VIP cabins, a Provençal steam bath and a couple’s suite with a relaxation area that you can reserve for yourself and your partner. Indulgent signature treatments at both locations, including the one in ELEMENTS in Kowloon, use Swedish, Chinese and Balinese techniques plus relaxing oils for circulation and tension-easing.
Spa L’OCCITANE Hong Kong Elements, Shop 1094, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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The Mandarin Spa — Indulgent luxury hotel spa in Central offering Chinese medicine therapies using acupressure, cupping and more
A Hong Kong staple, The Mandarin Spa features 1930s Shanghai-style decor and therapies based on Traditional Chinese Medicine. Holistic rejuvenation is the focus here, with tension-relieving Thai massages, balance-restoring options using acupressure points and cupping (if requested!) and more indulgent treatment.
Sassy Tip: As this spa’s on the pricier side, make sure you arrive at least 45 minutes before the start of your treatment to take advantage of the rest of its spa facilities (including a sauna, jacuzzi and Chinese steam room).
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The Oriental Spa at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental — Luxury hotel spa in Central with beauty treatments, restorative massages and more
Spread over two floors, The Oriental Spa at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is another ideal urban escape boasting radiance-boosting beauty facials, advanced technology firming options, private restorative massages, mud, steam and heat therapies, Traditional Chinese Medicine-style treatments and more!
Sassy Tip: Arrive 60 minutes before your appointment time to take full advantage of facilities!
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The Peninsula Spa — Luxury hotel spa overlooking the harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui, with an extensive list of indulgent treatments and massages
The Peninsula Spa is designed for ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation, boasting beautiful Victoria Harbour views. The list of treatments here is truly extensive, ranging from Chinese acupuncture to Thai massage and body contouring, plus wellness journeys for a quick getaway. It’s the perfect option when you want to treat yourself.
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The Ritz-Carlton Spa — Luxury hotel spa in Tsim Sha Tsui overlooking Victoria Harbour with cryotherapy, hot stone massages and more
Located over 100 floors up and overlooking Victoria Harbour, The Ritz-Carlton Spa gives a brand new meaning to the word “indulgence”. With new-age treatments like cryotherapy and non-surgical facial toning, this is certainly a special treat. The hot stone massages don’t come cheap, but they’re heavenly. Don’t forget to take advantage of the stunning view afterwards by grabbing a drink in OZONE when you’re done!
The Spa at Four Seasons — Luxury hotel spa in Central with jade stone therapy, deep tissue, Thai massage, aromatherapy and more
The Spa at Four Seasons boasts holistic healing packages, advanced beauty facial treatments, body waxing, brow tinting, and nail treatments. The stellar massages include jade stone therapy, deep tissue, Swedish technique with healing aromatherapy, sports recovery, oil-free Chinese therapeutic, dry Thai traditional, lymphatic and Ayurvedic with warm herbal poultice compression — to name just a few!
Wellness at The Murray — Luxury hotel spa in Central with private steam and sauna facilities, and signature treatments with top skincare products
A sanctuary in the heart of Central, Wellness at The Murray focuses on restoration and vitality. In particular, the couple’s treatment packages here are worth booking into, coming with their own private steam or sauna facility. You’ll find bespoke and signature massages, facials, and beauty treatments using products from top brands like Dr. Barbara Sturm, Grown Alchemist and Kerstin Florian.
The Best Affordable Spas In Hong Kong — Treatments Under $1,000
AYANA SPA — Affordable spa in Central with 60-minute massages starting from $590 and facials from $890
Located in the heart of Central, AYANA SPA offers tons of affordable treatments that range all across the beauty spectrum. The 60-minute massages start from $590, with the aromatherapy, deep cleansing and lymphatic facials all starting from $890.
elu. Spa — Mid-range spa in Central with massages starting from $1,080 and facials from $990
elu. Spa uses only natural and organic products in its indulgent yet affordable facials and massages. We love the signature 60-minute hot stone massage, healing and rejuvenating with warm volcanic stones and aromatic oil to melt away tension, relieve muscle stiffness and encourage blood circulation throughout the body.
Essential Spa — Affordable long-standing spa in Central, Mid Levels, Wan Chai and Kowloon Tong with massages starting from $400
An old-timer, Essential Spa has been providing high-quality treatments for over 21 years. Treatments are well done and it’s extremely affordable and super convenient. Give it a test run by booking one of its massages at the Kowloon Tong location (ranging from $400 to $1,050) or look for details of promotional packages on its website.
Iyara — Affordable spa in Central and Mid-Levels with massages starting from $450, body scrubs, facials, ear candling and more
A Central staple, you’ve probably spotted an Iyara from the Mid Levels escalator at least once! Here you’ll find everything from foot massages to facials and ear candling. In terms of body treatments, we like its deep tissue and sports massages, nourishing body wraps and back deep cleansing “facial”.
Plateau Spa in Grand Hyatt Hong Kong — Affordable hotel resort spa in Wan Chai with 30-minute massages starting from $620 and more
Located inside the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, this affordable hotel resort spa is a great option for a more budget-friendly pampering session. Its targeted 30-minute massages start from $620, and 90-minute full-body treatments include a Thai massage and warm oil and volcanic stone therapies.
SOVOS Herbal Clinic — Affordable private spa in Central with aromatherapy body massages starting at $780 and facials from $980
Conducted by a UK-qualified aromatherapist, the organic spa therapy at SOVOS Aromatherapy uses evocative fragrances, sounds of nature and enchanting candles to give you the ultimate setting for your stress-relieving session. Body massages start at $780 for 60 minutes and facials from $980 for 75 minutes.
Tai Pan Reflexology Parlour — Affordable spa in Tsim Sha Tsui with Chinese therapies, massages starting at $180 for 30 minutes, ear candling and more
Tai Pan Reflexology Parlour’s décor — and treatments — will transport you back to 1940s China! Try the weekday-only 30-minute head and shoulder release to relieve tension after a busy workday, or go for the 60-minute healing ear and navel candling therapy ($508) that promises to relieve headaches and unblock ear congestion. Body massages start at $348 for 50 minutes, and aromatic from $418 for 50 minutes.
The Right Spot — Affordable spa in Central with a $460 50-minute body massage and a $360 50-minute foot massage
With aromatherapies and tension-releasing massages, signature hot oil treatments and speciality options like lymphatic drainage and sports recovery — The Right Spot truly hits the right spot. Opt for a 50-minute body and 50-minute foot massage for $820.
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Spas In The New Territories And Outlying Islands For Massages And Treatments
- Hava Massage – Will come straight to your door for facials and massages in the comfort of your own home. Therapists can travel across Hong Kong and prices start from $470. www.hava.com.hk
- Martha Beauty, Tseung Kwan O – View the treatment menu (prices from $188 for a 25-minute head, neck and shoulder massage) and pre-book your appointment via WhatsApp for this no-frills but enjoyable experience. WhatsApp: 5703 6861
- Melo Spa, Sha Tin – Take a few hours out to de-stress with a Melo Meditation package (from $2,530 for three hours) which includes a seaweed bath, a deep tissue massage and a foot massage. www.hyatt.com
- Pen’s Thai Massage & Spa, Lamma Island – Thai, oil or foot massages, facials and manicure and pedicure services. www.facebook.com/PensThaiMassageandSpa
- Pure Massage, Yuen Long – If you find yourself in Yuen Long, it’s worth stopping by the store for some foot care. Try the Shanghai-style pedicure (from $198) followed by a foot massage with rose bath salts ($238). www.puremassage.com.hk
- Siam Botanicals, Tuen Mun – Although the spa is compact, Thai aromatherapists combine traditional ingredients with modern concepts for maximum harmony and relaxation in a clean and cosy environment. www.hotelcozi.com
- Spa Botanica, Discovery Bay – Anyone planning a bougie bachelorette party can book in early to secure some of the ten private spa rooms for a classy celebration. www.aubergediscoverybay.com
- Thai Pailin, Lantau Island – A modest, affordable spa which is clean, well-priced and delivers good service from friendly staff. WhatsApp: 9062 0148
Editor’s Note: “The Best Spas In Hong Kong” was most recently updated in April 2023 by Sakina Abidi. A version of this article was published on our sister site Sassy Mama Hong Kong by Aoife Mackenzie. With thanks to Manisha Nair for her contribution.
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Main image courtesy of Tima Miroshnichenko via Pexels, image 1 courtesy of bliss® Spa, image 2 courtesy of THANN Sanctuary, image 3 courtesy of YUN WELLNESS, image 4 courtesy of THIA Wellness, image 5 courtesy of Rosewood Hong Kong via Facebook, image 6 courtesy of Cordis Hotels, image 7 courtesy of The Mira Hong Kong via Facebook, image 8 courtesy of The Mandarin Spa, image 9 courtesy of The Peninsula Spa, image 10 courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong via Facebook, image 11 courtesy of Elina Fairytale via Pexels, image 12 courtesy of Tima Miroshnichenko via Pexels, image 13 courtesy of Grand Hyatt Hong Kong via Facebook, image 14 courtesy of Tai Pan Reflexology Parlour, image 15 courtesy of cottonbro studio via Pexels,