Hotel Swimming Pool Day Passes in Hong Kong for Under $500

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The Kerry Hotel, Whampoa

Truly escape the Hong Kong hustle and bustle at The Kerry Hotel’s stunning pool. Much like Red Sugar (one of our favourite outdoor bars in the city!), the pool here boasts a view that is hard to beat. Priced at $500 on weekends, or just $400 on weekdays, head here to soak up some rays and take in the very best of the 852. And don’t forget to check out the bar once you’re done tanning to take advantage of its great happy hour.

Cost: $500 weekends and public holidays, $400 weekdays – includes the use of the pool, 24 hour gym, sauna, jacuzzi and steam rooms with the changing rooms
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 6am to 10pm

The Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong,

Read more: Your Neighbourhood Guide to Whampoa

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Le Meridien Cyberport

The truly relaxing atmosphere at Le Meridien, Cyberport features an outdoor swimming pool and an outdoor whirlpool to ease your muscles after a swim. As one of the best value day passes, it’s worth noting that this one is only available on weekdays, so it’s the perfect choice for a mid-week treat when you have the day off, or if you’re trying to impress out of town visitors.

Cost: $350 per person (Monday to Thursday only) – find out more info here
Hours: Monday to Thursday, 6am to 10pm

Le Meridien Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Road, Hong Kong, 2980 7788,

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Cordis Hotel, Mong Kok

Cordis’ heated rooftop swimming pool is a great place to head to on a sunny day. Situated on the 42nd floor, you can enjoy amazing views of Hong Kong’s skyline as you float around the luxurious pool and feel far, far away from the buzzing streets of Mong Kok below. Priced at $400 for both weekends and weekdays it’s hard to resist.

Cost: $400 per day pass on weekdays and weekends – includes gym, plus access to sauna and steam room in changing rooms
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 6:30am to 11pm

Cordis Hotel, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3552 3388,

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The Conrad Hotel, Admiralty

Whether you want to swim laps or simply enjoy a refreshing poolside drink whilst topping up your tan, The Conrad’s outdoor heated swimming pool has you covered! Unwind in the sauna, steam room or whirlpool, or take advantage of the hotel’s lush massage service to truly unwind. This pass is slightly more expensive on weekends, at $550, but for its great location, we don’t mind paying an extra $50 for this inner-city oasis.

Cost: $400 on weekdays, and $550 on weekends and public holidays – includes sauna and steam room
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 6am to 10pm

The Conrad Hotel, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, 2521 3838,

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Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers, Kowloon

At the cheapest hotel day-pass on our list, the Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers is hard to refuse. On weekends, weekdays and public holidays, all day access to the pool, gym and sauna here is $300 per person. Found on the 18th floor, the pool offers impressive views of the Victoria Harbour, along with three heated Jacuzzis.

Cost: $300 per person (includes access to gym and sauna)
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 6am to 10pm

Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong,

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Grand Hyatt, Wan Chai

This day-pass comes in just over the $500 mark, but if you’re looking to really treat yourself then this is the pool to go for. With unbeatable harbourside views, the Grand Hyatt’s 50-metre heated swimming pool is housed within a tropical patio oasis famed for its outdoor appeal. The lush garden comes complete with outdoor dining and bar options, so it won’t be hard to stay all day long.

Cost: $550 for a day pass (includes access to pool, sauna, and gym)
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 8am to 6:30pm

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2588 1234,

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The Mira, Kowloon

Fancy a pool day but the sun’s not shining? Don’t worry as with The Mira Hotel’s MiraSpa day passes, you can indulge in a rejuvenating experience at it’s indoor heated infinity pool, complete with the use of the fitness centre and all spa facilities, ranging from sauna, steam, whirlpool and heavenly waterbed lounge. For $400 for the day, it’s the perfect way to escape it all.

Cost: $400 for a MiraSpa day pass
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 6am to 11pm

The Mira, 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong kong 2368 1111,

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