24 November, 2020
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Health & Wellness, Travel

Your Guide To Wellness Retreats In Hong Kong

24 November, 2020
Asaya

Restore mind, body and balance with one of these Hong Kong-based wellness retreats.

With travel on pause, Hong Kong’s wellness scene is pumping out new retreats and restorative packages to see us through the storm that is 2020. While planes may be grounded (for the time being!), we’re ready to reset and recharge amidst the hustle and bustle of city life. Seeking sanctuary closer to home? Read on for your guide to wellness retreats in Hong Kong…

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Cordis, Hong Kong

Upgrade your staycation to a spacation with Cordis’ Wellness Retreat package. Here, you can look forward to accommodation in one of its grand Spa Suites, a free bottle of sparkling wine and complimentary use of the rooftop swimming pool, Club Lounge and Health Club facilities (including the 24-hour gym). Also included is a one-hour massage for two at Chuan Spa, where all the treatments are inspired by Traditional Chinese Medicine. Take your pick from the Chuan Harmony Massage, Deep Tissue Massage or Traditional Chinese Massage – trust us, you’ll be refreshed and recharged in no time!

When: Available year round – blackout dates apply
How much: From $3,450 per night
How to book: Head here to book

Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3552 3552, [email protected]www.cordishotels.com

Eaton HK

Eaton HK

Make your way to the “dark side” for Eaton HK’s endorphin-boosting Wellness Retreat Staycation. In addition to a one-night stay in an Eaton Room or Salon, the package comes with two 45-minute classes of your choice (options include circuit training and yoga, amongst others) and a plentiful buffet breakfast for two at The Astor. Himalayan salt lamps in each room add to the zen experience, whilst essential oil-infused toiletries by Grown Alchemist ensure a restful night’s sleep. While you’re over there, don’t miss your opportunity to visit the hotel’s Tomorrow Maybe gallery – because the mind needs nourishment too, you know!

When: Until Wednesday, 30 December
How much: From $800
How to book: Head here to book

Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2710 1828, www.eatonworkshop.com

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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

The Four Seasons’ Wellness Retreat is a welcome reprieve from a tiresome year. Expect a luxurious stay which encompasses a range of holistic wellness experiences, including soothing spa treatments (we’re talking a facial and a body massage!), guided meditation, sound therapy and more. Guests can also enjoy a complimentary culinary consultation, alongside the option to add on a private cooking, wellness or mixology class with the hotel’s in-house experts.

When: Until Thursday, 31 December
How much: From $5,000 per night
How to book: Head here to book

Four Seasons Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, 3196 8333, [email protected], www.fourseasons.com/hongkong

Rosewood, Hong Kong

Unplug and unwind with Rosewood’s signature “Stay Well at Asaya” programme. Carefully curated to ensure that you recharge, renew and develop your whole self,the package includes accommodation in an Asaya Lodge (which comes with a private treatment room), along with two treatments per night booked, complimentary group wellness classes, 24 hour butler service and daily breakfast at Holt’s Café. As an added bonus, guests will be treated to one complimentary KLUB 11 Gold Card Membership (inclusive of a $500 K11 Musea Gift Voucher), as well as the option to add on Manor Club access for just $1,800 per night.

When: Until Wednesday, 30 December
How much: From $9,980 per night (for two people)
How to book: Head here to book

Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3891 8888, [email protected], www.rosewoodhotels.com

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental

A relaxing escape that has it all; enjoy unlimited fitness and yoga classes, a 60-minute spa treatment and personal training session, as well as nutritious welcome and turndown amenities in The Landmark Mandarin Oriental’s Urban Wellness Reboot package. Each guest is also welcome to a very generous 25% off all Landmark Mandarin Oriental restaurant and spa services, along with a complimentary room upgrade and a delicious breakfast to kick-start the day.

When: Until Wednesday, 30 June, 2021
How much: From $4,400 per night
How to book: Head here to book

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The LANDMARK, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, 2132 0088, [email protected], www.mandarinoriental.com

The Upper House

A firm favourite across Hong Kong’s luxury hotel scene, The Upper House’s unique wellness staycation package, #WellnessOnTheRoad, invites you to indulge in a 24-hour stay, complete with in-room treatments and expert-led wellness classes. Each booking includes a one-night stay in a Studio 70 room, daily set breakfast for two at Café Gray Deluxe, a 60-minute in-room massage for two and complimentary access to the hotel’s group wellness classes on Saturdays and Sundays. Additionally, you’ll be welcomed with cold-press juices upon arrival, a surprise wellness gift and free reign of your rooms maxi bar (excluding wine). The ultimate opportunity to re-set in the city!

When: Until Wednesday, 30 December
How much: From $4,500 per night
How to book: Head here to book

The Upper House, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, 2918 1838, [email protected], www.thehousecollective.com

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Alternative Retreats

Ocean Park

It’s not just cable cars and whirling rollercoasters anymore, Ocean Park has cooked up a “Green Staycation” concept that combines unique wellness activities with starry summit glamping. See the park in a brand new light with a hike along Brick Hill’s secret trail beneath the cable cars, before embarking on an exclusive back-stage tour of the brand-new Hong Kong Marine Life Stranding and Education Centre. When the sun goes down, enjoy an alfresco dinner at the Terrace Café, along with a thrilling nighttime exploration of the park and its incredible nature. Finally, retreat to your comfy, air-conditioned private tent on the Summit for a night of sleeping under the stars.

When: Until Sunday, 3 January – blackout dates apply
How much: $2,800 per night (for four people)
How to book: Head here to book

Ocean Park, 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, www.oceanpark.com.hk

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Bliss Body Retreat

Founded by wife-and-husband duo Vlada de Sousa and Pedro Rui Sousa, Bliss Body Retreat offers a four-day, three-night meditation and healing immersion programme for those who wish to really get away from it all. “Three Steps To Bliss” whisks you away to a private eco-farm in Lam Tsuen where you’ll work on yoga, breathwork and meditation, all with the goal of  re-connecting with your emotional wellbeing, physical health and spiritual evolution. Expect chakra balancing, pilgrimages to an ancient temple, nourishing vegan cuisine and more. Personalisation and privacy are the founders’ highest priority, which is why retreats are capped at six guests.

When: Available year round
How much: From $17, 675 (for four days, three nights)
How to book: Head here to book

Bliss Body Retreat, www.blissbodyretreat.com

Hong Kong Insight Meditation Society

Fostering discussions on how to incorporate the Dhamma into our everyday life and live mindfully, HKIMS hosts regular self-discovery days, group practices and monthly retreats across Hong Kong. Retreats are held in the remote hills of Lantau at Fa Hong Monastery and equipped with basic beddings and mosquito net, as well as meditation cushions, and hot showers. Check here for its most up-to-date schedule!

Hong Kong Insight Meditation Society, www.hkims.org

Fivelements Habitat

Fivelements Habitat

One of the city’s largest wellness concepts and a go-to for holistic Hong Kongers, Fivelements Habitat hosts an expansive range of integrative wellness programmes designed to soothe, calm and revitalise. The one-day experiences combine natural spa treatments with plant-powered cuisine for a truly holistic wellness journey. Popular options include the “Signature Day Experience”, along with “Soothing Serenity”, though we can’t wait to try the new four-hour “Secrets of Balinese Wellness”, which includes a Signature Fivelements Massage, an Ultra Hydrating Balinese Facial and a three-Course Plant-based lunch or dinner at Sakti Elixir. For those looking for something more intensive, don’t miss the “Awakening Inner Power” programme (also new), which features a Private Sacred Arts Session (in yoga, mindfulness, sound, movement or core) and a  Heaven Scent Aroma Massage, along with dinner.

When: Available year round
How much: From $2,800 for Guests or $2,240 for Cardholders
How to book: Head here to book

Fivelements Habitat, 13A, Tower One, Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 3106 2112, www.fivelements.com.hk

Featured image courtesy of Rosewood, Hong Kong via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of Eaton HK, image 2 courtesy of Rosewood, Hong Kong via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of The Upper House via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of Bliss Body Retreat via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of Fivelements Habitat.

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