The Best Hong Kong Hotel Staycations To Book For Food Lovers
- Grand Hyatt Hong KongGrand Hyatt Hong Kong
- Ocean Park Marriott HotelOcean Park Marriott Hotel
- Sheraton Tung ChungSheraton Tung Chung
- The LanghamThe Langham
- Four Seasons Hong KongFour Seasons Hong Kong
- Island Shangri-LaIsland Shangri-La
- Mandarin Oriental Hong KongMandarin Oriental Hong Kong
- The MurrayThe Murray
- The PeninsulaThe Peninsula
- The Ritz-CarltonThe Ritz-Carlton
- The St. Regis Hong KongThe St. Regis Hong Kong
- The Upper HouseThe Upper House
If you’re always thinking of your next great meal, then these staycation packages in Hong Kong will turn your stay from bland to grand
Eat, sleep, repeat—with international travel (still!) mostly out of the question for 2021, a staycation in the city is more attractive than ever; and if you’re the type to examine the in-room dining options more than the thread count of the bedsheets, there are plenty of gourmet-centric staycation packages to whet your appetite. It's especially true these days, when staying in is the new going out, and there is nothing more indulgent than rolling out of your king-sized bed to lope off to the award-winning restaurant downstairs for an early dinner and drinks, and then retreating to your room in a happy post-prandial daze. For the true glutton, these staycation packages are worth their weight in gold.
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
While Australia is still all but closed off to non-citizens, Tourism Australia has partnered with Grand Hyatt Hong Kong to launch the Aussie Steakation, an offer catered just for the city's meat lovers. The staycation is centred around a four-course dinner at Grand Hyatt Steakhouse, featuring an Australian seafood platter and a main dish of Australian wagyu sirloin or Mayura M9 wagyu striploin (for an additional price). This is all washed down with Australia's best wines, selected by sommelier Maxime Duval, or imaginative wine-based cocktails by mixologist Drew Chigorimbo.
The offer also includes breakfast for two, a curated set of natural Australian in-room amenities, and a 4pm late checkout time for those staying between Monday and Thursday. Book here.
Valid until: November 30
Price: HK3,380 per night
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong; +852 2588 1234
Ocean Park Marriott Hotel
For the ultimate flexibility, book the Stay and Dine staycation package at Ocean Park Marriott Hotel. Inclusive of one night's stay in a Premier Room and breakfast for two in the Pier Lounge & Bar, the deal also comes with HK$800 worth of cash coupons from Lai Sun Dining, who operate the hotel's Prohibition Grill and Canton Bistro, as well as Beefbar, CIAK in Landmark Atrium and Taikoo, China Tang, Chiu Tang, Kiki Noodle Bar, Old Bazaar Kitchen, and Sun's Bazaar in Kowloon Bay. Valid for 30 days from check-in, you can spend the coupons during your stay, or alternatively choose to save them for another occasion if you so please. Book here.
Price: From HK$1,868
Ocean Park Marriott Hotel, 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong; +852 3555 1688
Sheraton Tung Chung
Set against the airport and the rolling hills of Lantau, staycationers will appreciate the illusion of travel that Sheraton Tung Chung provides. Pick from the Saveur or Wine-cation packages: both include a stay in a Deluxe Room, daily breakfast for two, and afternoon tea in the Lobby Lounge, while the former includes a set dinner for two at Sunset Grill or Yue, and the latter, dinner plus wine pairing at Sunset Grill. Those who prefer a bit of fresh air should sign up for the Family Farmcation, which adds a guided tour and engagement workshop at a local farm in Mui Wo, and a low carbon set dinner at Yue, which brings together a number of organic and locally-sourced delicacies.
Price: From HK$2,200
Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung, Hong Kong; +852 2535 0000
Consider The Langham's staycation packages for a taste of its many restaurant and bar offerings. The "For The Love Of Food" deal gives guests the choice of a buffet lunch or dinner for two persons at The Food Gallery, plus a complimentary bottle of red wine and breakfast for two. Then there's the "Cosy Up And Dine" offer, where social recluses can hole up with an in-room set dinner from T'ang Court or Bostonian Seafood & Grill. Both packages come with a 20 percent discount on at restaurants, in-room dining and bars (excluding T’ang Court), and spa treatments at Chuan Body + Soul.
Validity: For The Love Of Food until February 27, 2022; Cosy Up And Dine until February 28, 2022
Price: For The Love Of Food from HK$1,638; Cosy Up And Dine from HK$1,688
The Langham Hong Kong, 8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong; +852 2375 1133
Four Seasons Hong Kong
The Four Seasons Hong Kong’s Stay & Dine package will see you through from day to night, with daily breakfast for two as well as the choice of a three-course set dinner for two in The Lounge or in-room dining; to sweeten the deal, guests receive a complimentary bottle of champagne upon arrival, plus special discounts for the spa and cake shop. Book here.
Valid until: January 31, 2022
Price: From HK$3,150 per night
Four Seasons Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong; +852 3196 8888
The Buffet Staycation Package at Island Shangri-La offers guests an indulgent buffet dinner at the hotel's Cafe Too, plus breakfast for two. There's also the Spice Up Your Stay offer, where you can test your spice tolerance with an Indian or Thai tiffin set dinner at Lobby Lounge; this includes a choice of ten curries, from massaman curry and chicken tikka makhani, to lamb rogan josh and more.
The stays are 24 hours for those checking out on Sundays and public holidays, and 30 hours for stays checking out between Monday and Thursday. Guests can also upgrade their room depending on what's available at the time of check-in.
Valid until: December 31
Price: From HK$2,100 per night
Island Shangri-La, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong; +852 2877 3838
Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
The Club Escape package at Mandarin Oriental is one for gourmands looking to try the latest additions to the dining scene. Following Man Wah’s months-long renovation and the launch of new Japanese izakaya The Aubrey, the staycation package offers guests an off-menu meal from the former and complimentary chu-hai cocktails at the latter. You’ll also have access to the brand new The Mandarin Club lounge on the 23rd floor where privileges include breakfast and afternoon tea, complimentary snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, and evening canapés served with wines, champagnes and house spirits, welcome fruit and complimentary beer and non-alcoholic drinks from the in-room minibar. Book now.
Valid until: December 16
Price: HK$5,888 per night with a 30 per cent discount on the best available rate offered for the second consecutive night.
Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road, Hong Kong; +852 2522 0111
A city getaway with culinary indulgences headlines the Treasured Moments offer at The Murray. Guests can expect an all-inclusive package that features a semi-buffet breakfast and three-course dinner for two for each night that you book. For those who can bear to be parted from their pets, the hotel allows a maximum of two dogs or cats per room for overnight stays, with the first pet staying for free. Book here.
Valid until: December 31
Price: From HK$2,800 per night
The Murray, 22 Cotton Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong; +852 3141 8888
The grand dame of hotels has an enticing “A Tasteful Retreat” staycation package that promises to send guests on a gourmet journey from sunrise to moonrise. The package includes two square meals as well as a classic afternoon tea set for you to take away on your departure date. Breakfast is served at The Lobby while dinner can be had at Spring Moon, The Lobby, The Verandah, or in the comfort of your hotel room. The offer is available to book until 15 January 2021, with stays to take place between now to 31 March 2021. Book here.
Valid until: December 15, with stays to take place between now and December 19
Price: HK$2,480 for two persons
The Peninsula, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong; +852 2920 2888
The Stay & Dine package at Hong Kong’s highest hotel includes overnight accommodation in one of their deluxe rooms, inclusive of breakfast and a three-course Steak Fritz meal for two from The Lounge & Bar, served in the comfort of your suite. The menu includes dishes such as grilled octopus with hummus and chorizo, and a 280g O’Conner Farm grain-fed Black Angus rib-eye, and finishes with the hotel’s signature chocolate cake.
Or, if you’re feeling particularly flush then opt for The Ritz-Carlton Suite Escape which includes Rolls-Royce car transfers, massages, and a five-course menu with wine pairing prepared exclusively by the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant chefs for up to four guests. The Ritz-Carlton Elevated Experience, on the other hand, includes accommodation in a Club Deluxe Room, access to the Club Lounge with complimentary food and beverages all day long, a one-way Mercedes S300 car transfer, and HK$800 dining credit per stay.
The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon, Hong Kong; +852 2263 2263
The St. Regis Hong Kong
Take in the soaring interiors and culinary offerings at The St. Regis with the Stay & Dine package, which includes daily breakfast at Rùn, plus a three-course dinner for two in-room or at The Drawing Room (you can also opt for afternoon tea instead). Book here.
Valid until: December 30
Price: HK$2,938 per night
The St. Regis Hong Kong, One Harbour Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong; +852 2138 6888
The Upper House
Salisterra is the focus of The Upper House's many dining-oriented staycation offers. There's the 12-year anniversary deal (valid until November 30), which includes a set dinner for two; the Afternoon Tea Escape with afternoon tea for two on the day of your arrival (until December 30); and Occasions Above The City, which treats guests to a three-course dinner for two. All the above staycation packages also offer a daily set breakfast for two in Salisterra.
Then there's the Welcome To The Family package, which celebrates The Continental's relaunch as a restaurant under The Upper House; this includes a three-course set dinner for two at the standalone restaurant, or a drinks and snacks menu that gives guests the choice of two drinks and four snack dishes. All the above staycation packages also offer a daily set breakfast for two in Salisterra.
The Maxi Bar is also complimentary (save for wine and champagne) and, if you really feel like doing nothing but staying in and watching a good film, there’s free-flow popcorn on demand.
The Upper House, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong; +852 2918 1838