Whether you’re aiming for ultra-luxe relaxation, a launching pad to explore a new neighbourhood or an Instagram hotspot that’ll be the envy of all your friends, Hyatt Hong Kong has the staycation you’ve been looking for!
Feeling a little tired of the standard Hong Kong staycation offerings? Not when you book a stay with Hyatt Hong Kong! We’ve got four great itineraries to set you up for a fantastic summer getaway, without heading to the airport.
Book direct with Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour, Hyatt Regency Sha Tin and Hyatt Regency TST for great deals including a limited-time flash sale on offer from Monday, 6 to Friday, 10 June. Plus, World Of Hyatt members (don’t worry, there’s still time to sign up!) can earn 1,000 points for every two qualifying nights. Happy days!
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong — Best for a romantic getaway
The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is without a doubt one of those bucket list hotels that everyone should experience at least once (but let’s be real, it’s one we’ll always come back for!). If it weren’t for the sweeping harbour and city views, you’d be forgiven for forgetting you’re in Hong Kong and not a tropical island oasis.
Top 3 Things To Do On A Grand Hyatt Staycation
The Eleventh Floor — if you know, you know! Home to not only one of our favourite hotel swimming pools, but also the award-winning Plateau Spa, a 24-hour fitness centre, and poolside dining at The Grill (the Weekend Brunch is a winner amongst Team Sassy!).
Eat — you’ll never go hungry at the Grand Hyatt. With nine restaurants to choose from (that’s right, NINE!) — including Italian at Grissini, delectable buffets at Tiffin, Cantonese fine dining at One Harbour Road and what could possibly be the best breakfast buffet spread in the city — there really is something for everyone.
Sassy Tip: Book direct for special offers that include dining credits. You’re welcome!
Soak in the iconic skyline from the comfort of your five-star room.
Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong — Best for a staycation with friends
Staycation like a queen with your besties (and fur-babies too) when you book a stay at Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong. We were quickly won over by the vibe at CRUISE, the rooftop restaurant and bar and love that all rooms come with expansive Victoria Harbour views.
Top 3 Reasons To Book A Staycation At Hyatt Centric
That infinity pool! No need to negotiate the crowds here, this epic rooftop swimming pool is available exclusively to Hyatt Centric guests.
You can bring your pup along for a “dog-cation”. There’s a dedicated dog-friendly floor and you’ll get access to special pet amenities and access to the Doggy Playground.
Everything about this hotel screams fun. Whether that means relaxing with great food and friends on the rooftop at CRUISE or booking a promotional package likethe “We Miss Thailand” room package that includes a Thai-themed buffet, a goodie bag full of our favourite Thai treats, and even a “Songkran Water Fight” at the pool!
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin — Best for exploring the New Territories
Get back to nature with a stay at Hyatt Regency Sha Tin. Use this as your base to explore the Tai Po waterfront cycling trails or go hiking in the Ma On Shan and Sai Kung Country Parks before retreating to your spacious, private oasis.
Things We Love About Hyatt Regency Sha Tin
Spacious, oversized guestrooms (we especially love the suites!) offer views over the Tolo Harbour or lush mountain greenery.
Enjoying our silky-smooth skin after a signature treatment using natural ingredients at Melo Spa.
Eating our fill of Peking duck at the award-winning Sha Tin 18.
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui — Best for renowned foodie hotspots
A stay at Hyatt Regency provides a convenient getaway right amongst the hustle and bustle of Kowloon. The icing on the cake — world-class dining is on offer without stepping foot outside the hotel!
Top 3 Places To Eat And Drink At Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui
Hugo’s — Rediscover classic fine dining in this Hong Kong legacy restaurant that has been dishing up tableside since 1969.
The Chinese Restaurant — Reminiscent of a 1920s teahouse and dishing up classic Cantonese dim sum and Chinese dishes (the barbeque pork is a must-try!), a meal here will remind you why you fell in love with this great city.
Chin Chin Bar — With a backdrop of eye-catching antique cupboards and a stunning outdoor terrace, this is the place to see and be seen.
This article is in paid partnership with Hyatt Hong Kong. All images courtesy of Hyatt Hong Kong and Sassy Media Group.