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10 Luxurious Spas in Hong Kong

January 21st, 2011 by

As the most vertical city in the world and with a population density well over 6,000 per km2, Hong Kong is a place where it pays to know a good massage therapist. A frenetic hive of activity, Hong Kong throbs with a vertigo-like pace that thrills and, indeed, exhausts even the most ardent adrenaline fiend.

This, of course, is where the best spas in Hong Kong come in.

The Peninsula Spa by ESPA
Salisbury Road,
Kowloon, Hong Kong

The Peninsula is synonymous with genteel colonial charm in Hong Kong and is the most historic hotel in the special administrative region. ESPA, a haven of wellness sensibility, is a plush destination in the city, with fourteen distinct treatment rooms that overlook Victoria Harbour.

The Peninsula Hong Kong – Photo credit

Elemis Day Spa
9/F, Century Square
1 D’Aguilar Street
Central, Hong Kong

Not all luxury spas reside in hotels in Hong Kong, as Elemis Day Spa so ably proves with a pleasurable lineup of wraps, scrubs and detox treatments.

Central, Hong Kong – Photo credit

Oriental Spa at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel
15 Queen’s Road Central
The Landmark
Central, Hong Kong

The Landmark Oriental Hotel delivers the luxury goods in the sumptuous Oriental Spa, a transcendent sanctuary in the middle of the busy metropolis.

The Landmark Hong Kong – Photo credit

Strip Ministry of Waxing
G/F, 17 Lyndhurst Terrace
Central, Hong Kong

9/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace
Central, Hong Kong

All the rage in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, New York City and London, Strip Ministry’s fun and iconoclastic approach to hair removal has garnered the international chain a cult-like entourage of fans. If a Brazilian or “boyzilian” is not your idea of a peaceful day at the spa, take heart. Hong Kong’s two funky Strip Ministry outlets offer other services as well.

Central Hong Kong from Kowloon – Photo credit

I-Spa at the InterContinental

The only Feng Shui spa in Hong Kong is open until 10:00 p.m. and offers deluxe extras like outdoor infinity pools, spa cabanas, organic treatment products and healthy lunch menu.

Desserts at the InterContinental – Photo credit

Chuan Spa at Langham Place
555 Shanghai Street
Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

A first-class brand name in spa luxury, Chuan Spa at Langham Place in Mongkok combines traditional Chinese methods with all the requisite modern touches.

Mongkok, Kowloon – Photo credit

Plateau Spa at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
1 Harbour Place
Wan Chai, Hong Kong

In hyper-competitive Hong Kong, restaurants, hotels and, indeed, spas, must embrace a singular focus in order to emerge from the pack. In the case of the Grand Hyatt’s plush Plateau Spa, the angle is “results-oriented” treatments. A recipient of several “Best of” polls, the Plateau Spa is perhaps the most comprehensive in the city.

Star Ferry at Wan Chai Pier – Photo credit

The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
International Commerce Centre
1 Austin Road West
Kowloon, Hong Kong

For a nonpareil luxury spa experience in Hong Kong, head to the 116th floor of the International Commerce Centre, where the 860 m2 Ritz-Carlton awaits.

International Commerce Centre – Photo credit

Sense of Touch
Five locations throughout Hong Kong

Sense of Touch operates five day spas in Hong Kong and offers ultra-indulgent treatment packages for women, men and couples, with heady names like “Opium”, “Tobacco” and “Love is A Many Splendoured Thing”.

Repulse Bay, Hong Kong – Photo credit

Victorian Spa Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland
Lantau Island

Mickey Mouse and massages? You bet! If you can wrap your head around the concept, the Victorian Spa at Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island is a serious contender for best in the city. If you prefer to maintain that meditative state post-treatment, skip the theme park and zen out at Tian Tan Buddha Shrine.

Tian Tan Buddha Shrine, Lantau Island, Hong Kong – Photo credit

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