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8 of the best themed hotels in Hong Kong

Enjoy a unique staycation at these themed rooms

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Time Out Hong Kong
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With the ongoing travel restriction around the globe, many of us have turned to hotels and resorts in our city for an equally fun staycation experience. Apart from beachside hotels and pet-friendly hotels, there is also a wide range of themed hotels that cater to any occasions from birthdays to anniversaries or simply just for a weekend retreat. Here's a list of top themed rooms and stylish hotels that will give you a memorable – and Instagrammable – weekend stay. By Elaine Soh

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Best themed hotels in Hong Kong

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  • Kwai Chung

For a more family-friendly staycation, Dorsett Tsuen Wan hotel offers eight different themed rooms ranging from animal circus and princess world to traveller’s dream and Japanese-styled rooms that are impressively designed to cater for guests of all ages. They even have a Japanese-style glamping quad room that offers an in-room tent for kids that welcomes two adults and two children or five adults for those looking to have pajama parties with friends; the hotel will even throw in Yukata garments (summer kimono) for you to wear during your stay.

If you are also looking for a last-minute staycation, Dorsett Tsuen Wan has a last-minute deal that gives you 15 percent off the price of the room.

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  • Lantau Island

A themed hotel roundup wouldn't be complete without a wonderland Disneyland experience. The five-star hotel offers lavish Kingdom Club suites with Cinderella and Frozen themes. Fitted with classic Victorian-style wooden furnishings, and an elegant private bathroom, the grandiose units guarantee a luxurious staycation. Spend your stay looking for hidden mickeys around the area or spotting every Disney detail in the decal and fixtures of the hotel – the hotel is peppered with it!

Take advantage of the hotel's current offering of 15 percent discounts for guests who stay for two or more consecutive nights.

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  • Central

Bold, colourful, eclectic, and stylish, Madera Hollywood is a boutique hotel with 38 one-bedroom suites all dedicated to providing an artistic experience of Hollywood’s golden age. The hotel also pays tribute to legendary Hollywood stars, Marilyn Monroe and Charlie Chaplin, with two of its signature suites adorned with each of the celebrity's memorabilia. Conveniently located in the heart of Central’s Soho district, it is an ideal home-away-from-home staycation.

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  • Tsim Sha Tsui

The Luxe Manor is a surrealism-inspired boutique hotel offering six suites with royalty, romance, safari, and nordic themes. Aside from the quirky interiors, people book here because of the convenient proximity to commercial and entertainment areas in Kowloon. Dining facilities include Hong Kong's first authentic Nordic restaurant and a Dadaism-inspired lounge that hosts live music on weekends prior to social distancing restrictions. Each of the suites comes with a complimentary breakfast for two and welcome cocktails that can be enjoyed at the Dada Bar and Lounge.  

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  • Tuen Mun

If you are looking for the perfect beachside spot for a staycation with your kids, look no further than Gold Coast Hotel. The hotel offers an impressive range of kid-themed rooms, from magical princess and carnivals to outer space, trams, and racing cars – a dream staycation for the kiddos! Accompanied by a thematic art workshop and an afternoon tea set, the staycation package is a perfect childhood retreat that can also be enjoyed by any kid at heart. The hotel is currently offering a book-two-get-three promotion for all its themed rooms that runs until December 31, so take advantage of this opportunity to relive your childhood dreams with your kids.

Alternatively, try Gold Coast's – Hong Kong’s first – upcycled green-themed room for a conscious retreat with your loved ones. The twin-bedded room provides coffee tables, and stools made from leftover materials such as magazines and egg cartons. The room package for two adults and one kid also comes with a farm tour and outdoor games such as ziplining. 

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Tuve is a four-star boutique hotel located at the east of Victoria Park – a quiet area away from the bustling streets of Causeway Bay. Great for people who love minimal aesthetics. It features bare concrete, galvanised steel and brass, and uses lights to highlight the craftsmanship in its interior rather than rely on luxurious fabrics and designer furniture. A stay here will drift you in some post-apocalyptic future where everything is bare and concrete, yet provides so much tranquillity.  

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  • Islands District

Noah’s Ark Hotel and Resort offers four kid-themed rooms with magnificent views of Ma Wan island and the pristine Tung Wan swimming beach. Create fun memories with your kiddos at the candy-themed room, animal forest, space voyage, or little firefighters rooms – there's definitely one room for each imaginative kid. The hotel is currently offering a family-night themed-room package as well as a host of dining and party promotion to cater to various occasions.  

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  • Aberdeen

Hong Kong’s first-ever warehouse hotel, Ovolo Southside still has its industrial structure integrated well with the hotel's art style 80s pop culture interior. Stay in their Rockstar suites featuring an interior with exposed pipework and a lot of bold graphic colours. The suite also offers an in-room bar, a floor-to-ceiling window showing an incredible sweeping view of the South Island – a perfect place for any celebratory occasions.

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