Family Friendly Staycations in Hong Kong

Reading Time: 7 minutesSummer is here! Whilst travelling may seem like a long shot right now, there is still plenty to see and do right at home and we’ve rounded up some family friendly staycations in Hong Kong for you to enjoy.

The Langham, Hong Kong

The Family Staycation package at The Langham, Hong Kong features a 20% discount on the flexible room rate and 50% off a second connecting room. In celebration of the hotel’s 156th anniversary there will be an exciting selection of 156th anniversary exclusives that guests can opt into, plus a selection of unique surprises and amenities that will delight your little ones. Be sure to book the ‘Afternoon Tea With Alice’ during your stay.

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Hyatt Centric

As part of its ‘Tour The World in Hong Kong’ series, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour is joining hands with Tourism Western Australia in offering a Western Australia inspired staycation. Guests will enjoy one night accommodation in a Harbour View Room, buffet breakfast for two, Western Australian-themed set menu at Cruise, with one bottle of wine from Margaret River, Western Australian souvenirs and skincare gifts from Jurlique. Plus guaranteed infinity pool access for one session (50 minutes). The package is priced at $1,680 (Mon – Thurs) and HK$1,880 (Fri – Sun, PHs and Eve of PHs), and it is available until 31 August, 2021.

Family Friendly Staycations in Hong Kong

Hyatt Regency Sha Tin – Thaication

Experience a taste of Thailand at the Hyatt Regency Sha Tin this summer, with exciting night markets and authentic Thai delicacies like Massaman durian curry and Tom Yum Going Soup, not to mention Thai-style shaved ice and mango sticky rice. Complimentary Thai dancing, language, and Thai boxing available on selected dates. Harbour view rooms feature a separate living and dining room, which are great for family getaways, and with a complimentary amenity set loaded with authentic Thai products. Prices start from $1250.

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Upper House

Enjoy a blissful summer escape with your family at Upper House. With the lush greenery of The Lawn, and spacious guest rooms with expansive spa-like bathrooms, there is plenty of space for the little ones to spread their wings and enjoy a bubble bath or two. Visit Baumhaus for fun and imaginative play at their centre with a complimentary pass and receive a $250 voucher from luxury childrenswear platform, Retykle. Available until 31 August the package costs from $3,600 per room per night and includes set breakfast for up to two adults and one child; $800 dining credit at Salisterra; Complimentary dining for children under 12 years old from the Children’s Menu at Salisterra (when accompanied by a paying adult); Children’s welcome amenity; Complimentary weekend family yoga; A complimentary sofa bed for children under 12 years old per room.

Family Friendly Staycations in Hong Kong

The Gold Coast Hotel

Enjoy summer by the beach at The Gold Coast Hotel’s Summer Coast Life Staycation. Get your swimsuit at the ready and enjoy summer to the fullest on the nearby Golden Beach, or perhaps you’d rather play outdoor games or participate in parent-child art workshops tailored to keep little ones entertained. Stay two consecutive nights to receive more fabulous perks, including a complimentary storybook, green workshop and HK$200 Satay Inn dining credit. Another popular option is to book one of the hotel’s kid-themed rooms.

Family Friendly Staycations in Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental

Calling all wizard loving families. Mandarin Oriental has released The Magic Chamber Staycation Package and it looks magical! The package offers an array of fun-filled activities for the whole family to enjoy, including a themed Photo Booth, Magic Tattoos and an Invisible Experience, where guests will vanish in front of the camera after donning a magic cloak. For an interactive experience, children aged 4 to 12 years old can enroll in the Magic Potion Workshop at The Chinnery, where they can mix and create their very own fantastical concoctions and elixirs. Making this a great family friendly staycation in Hong Kong. Available to book until 26 June for stays until 15 August, 2021.

Family Friendly Staycations in Hong Kong

Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong

With a series of staycation packages to choose from, the Renaissance Harbour View has covered all its bases. Packages include, The Sound of Summer Holiday, an adventurous journey full of singing, dancing and acting through musical theatre workshops. The Kiddy Summer S.T.E.A.M staycay will have the kiddies experimenting with, Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics through hand on exploration. The Intriguing Chefcation Package will have your little ones learning to cook with Executive Chefs, making all sorts of wonderful dishes including dumplings and mooncakes. The ultimate Weekend Culinary Adventure Package includes an electric car experience for the kids with the thrill of driving a miniature Lamborghini, Bugatti or Mercedes-Benz at the racing track (available on weekends only and suitable for ages 3 to 6, with a maximum capacity of 25kg). All whilst kicking back and relaxing in a serene Garden View with breakfast. Available during July and August 2021, with prices starting from $1600 per night, and workshops subject to availability on specific dates. For reservation contact (852) 2802 8888 or email rhi.hkghv.restaurants@renaissancehotels.com.

Renaissance Harbour View Family Staycation

Island Shangri-La – Family Summer Camp

Explore Hong Kong’s natural wonders from a new perspective with Shangri-La’s Family Summer Camp. The three or four-day staycation combines a luxurious stay at Island Shangri-La, and a nature-focused outdoor adventure programme for children aged 4 to 12.  In partnership with A-Team Edventures children will be encouraged to disconnect from the digital world and focus on appreciating and enjoying the outdoor environment. Activities range from nature walks in Hong Kong Park and nocturnal wildlife encounters in Braemar Hill to visiting the Hakka village, historic ruins and mangrove forests of Yim Tin Tsai Island. Children will also have an opportunity to create their own adventure, design their own characters and live their imaginative story at Island Shangri-La led with Press Start Academy Hong Kong. The package will be available Thursdays to Sundays, from 8 July 2021 until 29 August 2021. Prices start from $20,800 for a 3 nights and $24,050 for 4 nights, for 2 adults and 1 child, with a supplement of $5,800 for an additional child. The price includes daily breakfast for two adults and one child, hotel credit of $1,000 per night, afternoon tea at the Lobby Lounge for two guests, lunch at café TOO for one child, a family picnic, round-trip transfers to Yim Tin Tsai, Sai Kung, round-trip transfers to Braemar Hill, and a 30% discount on wellness treatments at the Spa. Island Shangri-La is offering a group discount of 25% to those who book three rooms or more and quote FAMFF2021 at the time of booking. Furthermore, for any bookings made between now and Wednesday, 7 July 2021, guests will receive a 15% discount on Deluxe Room bookings and a 10% discount on bookings for Horizon Club Rooms and above. For reservations e-mail: reservations.isl@shangri-la.com, call (852) 2252 5131.

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Make your staycation with the kiddies an educational one with this exclusive collaboration between Hyatt Summer Academy and Posties of South China Morning Post. The package features three fun-filled workshop options to develop new insights, skills and self-confidence. Available for stays on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays from 18 July to 10 August, each stay includes a five-hour workshop divided into two sessions: 3 hours on day of arrival (2-5 PM), 2 hours on day of departure (10AM – 12 Noon). The package also includes an overnight stay in a Harbour View Room with early check-in and late check-out, breakfast for 2 adults and 1 child, an ice cream voucher for the little ones, and a complimentary K11 MUSEA Nature Discovery Park tour. Book 2 consecutive nights or above to receive an extra HK$500 dining credit to be used within the hotel during the stay.

Hyatt Sha Tin offers “Tea-cation” package

Planning a relaxing weekday getaway to escape from the everyday hustle? Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin is offering a “Tea-cation” package this summer. The Lychee X Floral Afternoon Tea Set offers a leisurely mid-day break with some culinary delights. Pastry Chef Kelvin Lai has infused fresh lychees, creating a series of home made lychee pastries and desserts, scones and finger sandwiches. The tea set also comes with a plate of ice-cold lychees for guests to enjoy on a hot summer day. Customers will also be given a glass of organic edible flowers from an aquaponics farm to garnish the treat in their own style.

Rosewood Hong Kong Unveils Newly-Renovated Explorers Club

Give your kids a fun-filled escape at the Rosewood Hong Kong, which has recently renovated its Explorers Club playrooms. Upon arrival at the Rosewood Explorers Club, kids can take a trip on the Rosewood Explorers Express train, play the interactive maze game, Tic-Tac-Toe and sensory Pegboard, as well as hunt through the toy cabinets and story book collections. The five playrooms- Curious Jungle, Big Sky, Deep Blue, Mad Space and Play Lab – give children the opportunity to unleash their imaginations, learn, take part in educational workshops and pick their favourite toys from Rosewood’s curated library in each space.

Rosewood has also unveiled the Rosewood Summer Camp, a 6-week camp for children ages 5 to 10 that will introduce them to the wonders of the natural world, teaching them the importance of protecting the environment and inspiring appreciation for the natural world.

Playrooms are available for young hotel guests and Rosewood Residences kids. Parents can book 45-minute playroom sessions at HKD250 up to a family of four. For more information and for bookings, email hongkong.rosewoodcamp@rosewoodhotels.com or call +852 3891 8339.

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InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong’s Summer Kids Programme

Immerse your kids in art, science, magic, kinetics and adventure with InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong’s summer kids programme.

Activities include electric kids car tournaments, chocolate latte art workshop, STEM class and magic workshops.

Book selected staycations and join the fun during the week (Monday to Friday) for free. Alternatively, explore the Weekend Academy (Booking period: until August 28 2021. Staying period: July 13 to August 29 2021). There is a supplement of HKD$100 per guest per activity.

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Conrad Hong Kong Launches Kids’ Playzone

From July 1 to August 31, Conrad Hong Kong will team up with deluxe kidswear label Momonittu to launch a special family staycation experience, as well as the Little Conrad Zone, a playspace for the “Little Conrads.” Accommodating four guests, the ‘Little Conrad by Momonittu’ staycation includes a nightly stay in one of the Deluxe Rooms or Suites, which are decorated with animal characters from the kidswear brand and a teepee tent with amenities. Upon checking in with their “welcome passport,” the little guests will immediately be transported to a fairytale-like setting at the corridor. As they enter the room, they will find a Momonittu Welcome Gift Pack which includes a puzzle tint box, dolls and more to take home. Also provided are the welcome food tartlets and slippers. The Little Conrad Zone includes a bouncy castle, a space for educational toys as well as a photo room to preserve the moment. The Little Conrad by Momonittu staycation is available from HK$2,788. To reserve your holiday, click here and select “Conrad x Momonittu” under your preferred room type. For detail and enquiries, contact the Reservations Team at  Conradhk.res@conradhotels.com or call +852 2521 3838. Booking period: Now to 28 August 2021. Staying period: 1 July to 31 August 2021.

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Main photo courtesy of Shutterstock; photo 1 courtesy of The Langham, photo 2 courtesy of Hyatt Centric; photo 3 courtesy of Hyatt Regency Sha Tin; photo 4 courtesy of Upper House; photo 5 courtesy of The Gold Coast Hotel, photo 6 courtesy of Mandarin, photo 7 courtesy of Renaissance Harbour View Hotel, photo 8 courtesy of Island Shangr-La, photo 9 courtesy of Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, photo 10 courtesy of Rosewood Hong Kong, photo 10 courtesy of InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, 

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