Spoiler: these hotel suites are as opulent and luxurious as you would imagine.
From sweeping city and Victoria Harbour views to in-room jacuzzis, dedicated spa rooms and private chefs, take a glimpse into Hong Kong’s most extravagant and expensive hotel suites.
These are some of the most extravagant hotel suites of Hong Kong
André Fu Suite At The Upper House, Hotel, Hong Kong
A brand new suite in collaboration with coveted architect and designer, André Fu, the 1,960 square foot André Fu Suite by The Upper House pays homage to his original intention to create a sophisticated and modern residence. Previously a two-bedroom, penthouse, Fu has reimagined the space to fit a dining table seating 18 and adapted the bathroom to be a spa area with twin massage beds. Sophisticated and modern luxuries are enhanced with a daily in-room Champagne breakfast for two, a 90-minute wellness treatment for two and round-trip transfers with a House car, and a gift from the André Fu Living collection.
Price per night: HKD: 60,000 (INR: 6,38,259 ) (subject to change. Most up-to-date rates are available upon request)
Room size: 1,960 square feet
Salisbury Penthouse At Rosewood Hotel, Hong Kong
Featuring stunning southwest harbour views out towards Wanchai and Causeway Bay, Rosewood Hong Kong’s Salisbury Penthouse is a three-bedroom abode that exudes opulence. Its grand dining room that can seat up to 12 guests is the perfect place to catch up with friends and family, and its fully stocked personal bar and built-in wine fridge will have you toasting to a brighter year.
Those staying at the penthouse will also be entitled to free pick up and drop off in their own chauffeured Range Rover, semi-private lift entry, priority reservations at Asaya, hotel restaurants and bars, as well as 24-hour butler service, access to Manor Club and luxury pet amenities including pet-sitting and dog-walking services.
Price per night: HKD: 120,000 (INR:12,76,518)
Room size: 4,812 square feet
Presidential Suite At Four Seasons, Hong Kong
An undeniably indulgent experience, Four Seasons Hong Kong’s Presidential Suite is a one-of-a-kind room that promises front-row views of Hong Kong harbour and exclusive benefits throughout your stay. Expect to be treated like royalty as guests are entitled to a round-trip transfer in their own Mercedes-Maybach, personal butler, in-room breakfast courtesy of a private chef, and an intimate three Michelin-starred Cantonese dinner.
Those looking to take their stay further than the allure of soft cotton sheets can also book in for a private cocktail-making class with the expert bartender and beverage ambassador, Lorenzo Antinoria, or a private vibration therapy and singing bowl class led by resident wellness masters.
Price per night: HKD: 108,000 (INR: 11,48,866)
Room size: 3430 square feet
The Mandarin Suite At Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Hong Kong
Double-height ceilings, walls of glass and a balcony that runs along the length of The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong’s Mandarin Suite but scratches the surface of the quintessential luxury offerings available upon making a booking.
The adjoining private couple’s spa suite provides guests with their own sanctuary for treatment, reflection and exercise, while the en-suite bath looks out over the ebb and flow of city life. The seven-room suite features both a living and dining area, kitchen and study. All guests will also have exclusive access to The Mandarin Club benefits such as evening canapés served with Champagne, wines, bottled cocktails, house spirits and beer.
Price per night: HKD: 88,000 (INR: 9,36,113)
Room size: 3843 square feet
Horizon Club Suite At Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong
Sojourn for some big names such as Xi Jin Pin, Hilary Clinton, Luciano Pavarotti and Robert Parker, Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong’s Horizon Club Suites are elevated, refined and distinguished in style. Built with the needs of the modern-day traveller in mind, the enhanced Horizon Club rooms and suites provide a sense of space that can be adapted according to guests’ needs. Led by Tristan Auer, the design concept brings a Parisian-sensitive and modern Oriental approach to the ethos of the new rooms.
Those booking in are invited to take advantage of its bespoke pantry and in-room amenities such as bottled cocktails from the hotels award-winning Lobster Bar, a bar trolley to mix drinks at your leisure and bathroom products from the all-natural beauty brand, John Masters Organics.
Those favouring the Presidential Suite will be happy to hear that renovation plans are currently in the pipeline, soon to promise an even more luxurious offering.
Price: Available upon request
Room size: 2,260 square feet
Presidential Suite At Grand Hyatt Hotel, Hong Kong
Exclusively designed by Bar Studio, this 4,300 square foot suite has been adorned in bronze and gold detailing, and a mix of European and Chinese art suggests the home of a serious connoisseur.
Curated with entertaining in mind, the Presidential Suite at Grand Hyatt, Hong Kong houses two living areas, several bedrooms, a grand piano, a bartender’s corner and a dining table that seats 12 hungry guests. Home to various royals across the years, its features like its free-standing bathtub and coveted harbour views attract an affluent crowd. A Suite Butler is available for any needs during the entire stay.
Price per night: HKD: 80,000 (INR: 8,51,012)
Room size: 4,300 square feet
The Ritz-Carlton Suite At The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Hong Kong
Lady Gaga is rumoured to be just one name of note checking in to The Ritz-Carlton Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong. And with 270-degree panoramic city and Victoria Harbour views, it’s easy to see why. Complete with a personal butler service and Chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce round-trip airport pick up, those staying in the suite will also be treated to a daily massage for two at The Ritz-Carlton Spa and be granted access to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge and privileges.
Price per night: HKD: 159,999 (INR: 17,02,389)
Room size: 3,930 square feet
Entertainment Suite At The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
Newly unveiled, the Entertainment Suite at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has been designed by award-winning Hong Kong architect and designer, Joyce Wang, and decked out with cutting-edge technology to truly give meaning to its name — allowing you to entertain in style.
The suite boasts a B&O BeoLab sound system, 13ft x 11.5 ft cinema screen, PlayStation gaming equipment as well as a FreshBed sleep system in the master bedroom. Guests may also request hotel chefs to prepare a private dinner from its state-of-the-art kitchen, served in a bright and airy dining room seating up to 10 diners.
Price per night: HKD: 72,000 (INR: 7,65,980)
Room size: 1,800 square feet
W, Hong Kong’s Extreme Wow Suite
Affectionally known as the ‘rockstar’ suite having accommodated reality show celebrities, and both modern pop and legendary singers, W Hotel Hong Kong’s Extreme Wow Suite is a contemporary home away from home.
Relax in a warm, oversized bathtub overlooking the harbour, or kick back in the parlour using high-end audio and video entertainment. Creative amenities can be provided upon request (and at an additional cost), but worth the price tag for those looking to impress with DJ records, personalised photo boards and extra desserts.
Price per night: From HKD: 10,000 (INR: 1,06,379)
Room size: 2,160 square feet
The Peninsula Suite At The Peninsula, Hong Kong
Sitting high above the city on the 26th floor, The Peninsula Suite at The Peninsula, Hong Kong takes guests on an artistic journey that seamlessly blends contemporary artworks with more traditional Chinese pieces. Featuring its own spellbinding, private balcony and unique extras like its dedicated cinema screening room (with reclining seats), guests can easily escape the hustle of the day-to-day.
Those staying at The Peninsula Hotel Suite are also entitled to Rolls-Royce and chauffeur on 24-hour call and 24-hour personal housekeeping service.
Price per night: Room rates are disclosed on a discretionary basis.
Room size: 4,111 square feet
The Murray Suite At The Murray Hotel, Hong Kong
Resembling that of a private residence rather than a hotel suite, The Murray Suite comprises of a large dining table, a separate living room, spa-style bathrooms and sweeping views of the Hong Kong skyline. Ready for bed with bath amenities by Grown Alchemist, and snuggle up in 1000 thread count luxurious linen sheets; guests may also make requests to their personal butler service throughout their stay.
Price per night: HKD: 47,000 (INR: 5,00,079)
Room size: 2422 square feet
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This article first appeared in Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong