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The best Hong Kong staycations to book for Easter

Relax and recharge in one of the best hotels in the city

Tatum Ancheta
Dara Chau
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Tatum Ancheta
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Dara Chau
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A lot of countries are already opening up for tourism, and with Hong Kong's flight bans already lifted and compulsory quarantine now decreased to seven days, many Hongkongers are gearing up for travel. But if you're not ready to risk flight cancellations and spend your holiday leaves quarantining for a week, you don't have to go far to get a vacay for the Easter long weekend. Many Hong Kong hotels have started running Easter accommodation packages. Whether you're looking for a quick day trip or a weekend getaway, pack your bags, book accommodations in one of these hotels, and get that well-deserved RnR. 

Before booking, do note that the hotel's fitness centres, swimming pools and spas will be closed until April 20, and dining restrictions will also apply, including the closure of restaurants by 6pm.

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  • Luxury hotels
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Four Seasons Hong Kong is welcoming guests this Easter with brand-spanking-new refurbished rooms. With lots of Easter activities going on at the property, expect to be whisked away with the whole family on a very themed holiday with an Easter egg and cooking painting workshop and a scavenger hunt for the kids, garden-themed in-room afternoon tea for a family of four (think butterfly cupcakes, strawberry marshmallow lollipops), and fun-fill projects like a BBQ set, starry flashlight, colour books and bubble bath set. While the kids are occupied, the adults can relax and enjoy the luxuries of the room. For those booking a suite stay, a glamping adventure tent set up is also provided. 

Available: April 1 to 18 
Price: Starting at $2,900  
Book here 

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  • West Kowloon

Jump into the new season with a spring retreat to a sky-high sanctuary, The Ritz-Carlton. For Easter, the hotel is offering a kid-centric staycation package filled with holiday fun and adventure. Kids can get busy with an exciting Easter egg hunt which ends with a mystery prize, a night Safari tent to feel close to nature, and enjoy hours of playroom fun. Meanwhile, parents can sit back and enjoy one of the many dining offerings with an inclusive $500 dining voucher for stays of two nights or more. 

Available: April 14 to 19 
Price: Starting at $3,750
Book here

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  • Admiralty

A great family escape for the Easter weekend, The Upper House is offering a luxurious two-night stay that will be sure to delight adults and children alike. The little ones can get creative with a host of activity packs, from BMW baby racers to a picnic excursion. Modern Mediterranean restaurant Salisterra will pack up a curated picnic hamper to be enjoyed in the neighbouring parks or on the patio on Level 49. Within the suite Studio 80, there is plenty of space for indoor fun, with spa-like bathrooms for mini wellness sessions and bubble baths to reading corners and spectacular views of the city. 

Available: April 2 to May 31 
Price: Starting at $7,000 for two nights 
Book here

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  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Never is a visit to The Peninsula shy of excellence. Spend Easter in one of Hong Kong's most iconic hotels and treat yourself to the weekend retreat that's been long overdue. Luxuriate in the Deluxe Room or Superior Harbour View Suite, and start your day off with an indulgent breakfast spread at The Lobby and end your night with an in-room evening aroma bath. The stay also comes with a $1,000 dining credit that can be used at specific hotel restaurants, including notable award-winning venues such as Spring MoonChesaGaddi's, Felix and The Bar. For the kids, Easter at The Peninsula wouldn't be complete without the Pen Bear mascot, who will be handing out special treats and offering photo ops for memories to be cherished for years to come. 

Available: Now until April 30  
Price: Starting at $4,480 (with complimentary second consecutive night for Deluxe Rooms) 
Book here  

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  • Admiralty

JW Marriot embraces the Easter holidays with a JW Double Happiness Staycation package to kick off the season of newness. With a pair of connecting rooms to accommodate up to four people, guests can spend quality time with loved ones in the comfort of JW's luxurious rooms. Let the vacation begin with a family-friendly food platter with all the hotel favourites, including homemade chicken pie, chocolate lollipops, Portuguese egg tarts, and more. With a dining credit of $1,200, guests can also indulge at any JW restaurant, including Man Ho, Flint, JW Café or in-room dining. The kids will be thrilled with Easter activities such as egg hunts, board games, prizes, etc. 

Available: Now until May 31 (check-ins from Monday to Thursday only) 
Price: Starting at $3,580 
Book here 

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  • Central
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Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong is truly one of the best ways for families to celebrate Easter, with its highly kid-focused agenda. The adventure begins with Easter-themed activities, including Easter bunny-making workshops, Easter egg painting, games and balloon twists, chocolate egg decorating, Easter bunny visits, and the Easter egg hunt to yoga sessions DIY Slime (a guaranteed hit for kids) and movie corner. Parents can enjoy a culinary treat with a three-course in-room dinner menu for two, a brunch for two at the Mandarin Grill + Bar, or The Aubrey on the day of departure. 

Available: Now until April 16
Price: Starting at $3,650 
Book here 

Have an eggciting Easter

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