Make party planning easy with our guide to the best venues and event spaces in Hong Kong.
Planning a big event? To make it a little easier to find the right space for you, we’ve put together the ultimate list of party venues. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, big birthday, seasonal event or even a work do, we have you covered. Looking for somewhere cosy and intimate? Or how about a party at sea, or on the top deck of a tram? Whatever you’re looking for, we’re sure to have all the boxes ticked.
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If you’re looking for a space that can cater to any kind of event, Metro Workshop may just be the one for you. Located just two-minutes away from the Central MTR station, the venue is well-suited to private events and parties, but is also perfect for more formal business dos. Whether you’re hosting a work event, meeting, seminar or workshop, Metro can seat up to 60 people (or 100 standing!), and is available to rent for just $2,000 to $2,500 per hour. You can also make use of a 100-inch projector, Apple TV, wireless microphones and theatre style seating – plus did we mention the stunning views of the peak and Central Hong Kong?
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With locations in both Causeway Bay and Kwun Tong, wherever you’re looking to host your next occasion, R ONE will have you covered. Well-equipped and ready for anything, the space can be used for a diverse array of events, ranging from seminars, conferences and receptions, exhibitions, festive parties and even yoga classes – the possibilities are endless! Taking the hassle out of planning, the team at R ONE can also help you organise catering, decorations, floral arrangements and more, making your event a breeze.
R ONE Space Causeway Bay, 26/F, Sino Plaza, 255-257 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Found in Wong Chuk Hang, The Loft is a private event space by Pirata Group. Spanning 4,000 square feet, the space can comfortably fit up to 80 people, and is perfect for corporate events, intimate personal celebrations and vibrant parties. A variety of menus is also available, featuring everything from breakfast dishes, to brunch favourites, sharing-style lunches and decadent dinners and even al fresco barbecues. With dishes on offer from city favourites such as Pici and TokyoLima, quality is guaranteed. Email email@example.com to book.
The Loft, 1/F, The Factory, No. 1 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, www.piratatheloft.hk
If you’re wanting to couple your event with ocean views, look no further than The Repulse Bay. With numerous, restaurants, bars and event spaces, there’s plenty of choices to suit your needs, whether it’s a birthday party, private event or even your big day! Find more information here.
The Repulse Bay, 109 Repulse Bay Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, www.therepulsebay.com
Set in the Ovolo Southside hotel in Wong Chuk Hang, ABOVE by Komune is a cool rooftop bar featuring panoramic views and inventive cocktails. The partially indoor, partially outdoor venue is great for private events, fitting up to 70 guests. Catering to everything from big birthday bashes to corporate seminars, beverage packages and canape options can also be taken care of by the venue to take the hassle out of planning!
ABOVE by Komune, 23/F, Ovolo Southside, 64 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, www.komune.com.hk
Located in the heart of LKF, Chalk Party is a private event-only venue, perfect if you’re looking for something a little different (and colourful!). Wear all white and draw all over yourselves and the walls in the blacklight party room, before moving outside and enjoying shisha, beer pong and BYOB on the exclusive rooftop party area. The maximum number of people the venue can hold is 60, with a three-to-four hour time slot available for each event.
If you’re looking for good food, plenty of drinks and a relaxed space for a fun event, Wan Chai’s Three Blind Mice is for you. The helpful and friendly team will go above and beyond to accommodate your requests, and along with a range of free-flow food and drinks packages available, the private upstairs room (fits 16 to 29 guests) or even the whole restaurant (fits 40 to 50 guests) can be booked for your event. More information can be found here.
The Mixing Bowl is a baking studio in Sheung Wan with classes covering everything from cupcakes, bread and bagels, to Hong Kong egg tarts, macarons, pizza and more. Choose to either join a class for a fun night out, or book out the whole venue for your own private event. You can also customise a class according to your preference, and all classes include the ingredients, equipment and recipes you need, along with the chance to sit down with your bakes post-class, or take them home to enjoy later! Find out more information here.
Prepare to get active and just a little competitive with Crossfire Arena for your next bash. With bubble soccer, archery tag, dodgeball and laser tag on offer, combine a range of games and battle to come out on top at this energising event space! The space can hold a maximum of 100 people, and prices range from between $250 to $500 per person.
Nestled in TST, Urban Park has an ideal rooftop venue for your next special event. It features an elegant and cosy indoor dining area, along with a spacious outdoor garden that can accommodate up to 100 guests for cocktail parties and dinners. The 3,000 square-foot space is also a perfect choice for weddings, combining city views with a relaxed atmosphere and great food.
We love The Winery for its casual all-day dining, but did you know that it can also be booked for private events? Seating up to 70, guests or 200 standing, either book out the whole space, or just opt for sections of this Sai Ying Pun restaurant for your next do and complete the occasion with The Winery’s varied food and beverage offerings.
The Winery, 158a Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, www.thewinery.hk
In summer our calendars are full of junk party invitations, so we’re sure you’ve heard of Jaspa’s Junks! With great packages to fit your budget and theme, the junks have a fully equipped kitchen, food, drinks and friendly staff. All you have to do is hop on, cruise around the islands and enjoy the sun and sea. It can hold around 40 people so it’s a great option for a big birthday bash.
Jaspa’s Junks, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, 2792 6001, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.casteloconcepts.com/our-venues/jaspa039s-junks
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Fancy a party with a little pampering? Melomist offers spa party packages for you and a group of friends to sit back and relax (glass of bubbly in hand, of course!). A range of customisable services and treatments are available. Prices vary depending on the request, with all groups receiving a bottle of bubbly or a pitcher of sangria, along with a $200 cash voucher for every guest. Find more information here.
This BYOB venue in Causeway will make you feel right at home for your next party! Split over two floors (and featuring a rooftop!), the venue comes fully stocked with everything a gamer may need for a fun event. Along with a variety of board games (and giant Jenga!), Blackroom has a pool table, darts board, table tennis, PlayStation and much more. Catering can be arranged, but guests also welcome to bring their own food and make use of the kitchen facilities. See more information and pricing here!
Split over three floors, head to the second floor of Quarry Bay’s Mr & Mrs Fox to find its private dining room and events space, The Den. Complete with its own terrace, The Den can be booked out for a minimum cost of $5,000 for lunch, and $10,000 for dinner. For larger parties, the whole restaurant, or just Mr Fox on the first floor can also be booked. Customised menus and drinks packages are also available for an extra charge per person, email email@example.com for more info.
Mr & Mrs Fox, 23 Tong Chong Street, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, www.mrmrsfox.com
Taking the space which previously homed Umami Concepts, GSpot by GSpotCookin is the newest private dining experience to hit Hong Kong. Helmed by culinarian G. Ferretti, the NYC loft-inspired interior (complete with 12-foot high ceiling, two lounge areas, balcony and an open kitchen) offers private dining experiences, catering, cooking leagues and venue rentals, with menus that include Rustic Italian, Conventional Korean and a Korean/Italian Collab. Open now, the space can be hired for private events, dinners, catering and cooking leagues. Find more information here.
GSpot by GSpotCookin, 2/F, 35 Bonham Road, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, https://www.gspotcookin.com/
Are you after something a little different to the norm? Book out a quintessential Hong Kong tram for your next event, and journey through HK Island for your night on the town. With a maximum capacity of 30 to 40 people (depending on tram type), the trams can be hired for a minimum of two hours (starting at $1,100 per hour), every day of the week, with catering options also available on request!
Known for its drool-worthy hamburgers, Beef & Liberty also offers event hire for private functions. The chain’s locations in Stanley and LKF can be booked, with both branches also offering outdoor areas. LKF can fit up to 200 standing guests, and Stanley up to 145. For more info on food and drink packages and prices, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beef & Liberty, 3/F California Tower 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
Found inside Sai Yin Pun’s Potato Head restaurant, The Music Room offers an intimate and unique event space, complete with wood-panelled and sound proof walls and state-of-the-art audio equipment. The dedicated vinyl listening lounge hosts nightly music programmes, but can also be booked for private functions featuring F&B options from the acclaimed Indonesian restaurant and bar.
The Music Room, Potato Head, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, www.ptthead.com
We love Alvy’s relaxed vibe and amazing sourdough pizzas (not to mention the array of local and international craft beers and cocktails on offer!), so it’s no surprise that we think it’s a great choice for your next do. The entire space can be rented and fit a total of 80 standing, or 35 seated, or larger groups can just book a section of the restaurant. Set menus are available, or you can go a la carte and enjoy classic Alvy’s offerings such as the Bak Gwei pizza, Yu Kwen Yick Fried Chicken wings and more.
Alvy’s, 8 Holland Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/AlvysHK
Just steps away from the sand, and with stunning sea views, Bathers is a truly idyllic location, fit for any special event. The open-air space specialises in wedding receptions and parties for up to 100 guests (seated) or 200 standing, with a menu of modern European cuisine (with a spotlight on seafood!) also available. Find more information here.
Housed in one of Hong Kong’s most iconic landmarks, The Pawn is perfect for your next event. Featuring a unique private rooftop, overlooking one of Wan Chai’s busy streets, the space also has the first floor Botanicals Bar and second floor Kitchen which can be booked for large events. Catering options are available too, email email@example.com for more info.
The Pawn, 62 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, www.thepawn.com.hk
If you’re looking for an event space that will give you a taste of France (in both cuisine and interior!), look no further than Ta Pantry. The private venue offers a wide array of menus and meeting packages both for corporate or casual gatherings. Ta Pantry also provides a “Rent-A-Kitchen” service, that gives you the chance to prepare your own food with professional kitchenware and serve your guests in house!
Ta Pantry Private Dining & Catering, No. 1A Star Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, (entrance on Electric Street, walk through Maison ES entrance), www.ta-pantry.com
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on 15, October 2014 and was updated on 5, July 2019.
Featured image via Getty, image 1 courtesy of Metro Workshop, image 2 courtesy of R ONE Space, image 3 courtesy of Komune via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of The Mixing Bowl via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of The Winery via Instagram, image 6 courtesy of Blackroom, image 7 courtesy of HK Tramways via Instagram, image 8 courtesy of Alvy’s via Facebook.