At a glance
Staying in a five star hotel in Hong Kong, every facet of the experience is underscored by luxury.
The holiday is designed for families, bringing a rich, diverse and run range of experiences for a meaningful holiday.
This holiday is a chance to get a real flavour of China with road trips, Traditional Chinese Medicine experiences, and visits to iconic sites like the Blue House.
From the awe-inspiring skyline of Hong Kong to an evening sunset cruise by private junk, the trip offers spectacular scenery.
Learn about food and coffee pairing, sample traditional dim sum and stay in a hotel with some of the world’s leading restaurants.
Spa & Leisure
During your holiday you will be introduced to some China’s most ancient and knowledgeable health and wellbeing practices and traditions, but back at the hotel there’s also plenty to enjoy. There’s a 24 hour fitness centre (perfect for getting over the flight), complimentary Tai Chi or yoga classes by the pool and a large outdoor pool with views of that ever present city skyline.
The hotel’s feng shui inspired I-Spa meanwhile is home to a sauna, steam shower, and Jacuzzi as well as face and body treatments using sensual oils and active organic ingredients of coffee bean extract, frankincense and tangerine oil for example and Ivo Pitanguy’s products.
Hotel & Accommodation
A healthy mindset can never start too young, and this family spa break to Hong Kong includes mindfulness, Tai Chi, island tours, cultural expeditions and of course a trip to Hong Kong Disneyland. Learn new skills and a take part in activities that the whole family benefits from for a meaningful family escape.
Recommended by Forbes, the five star InterContinental Hong Kong is your base on this monumental family holiday. With unrivalled views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island, it is a luxurious and contemporary hotel with 503 guest rooms including 87 suites. Standard Guestrooms are the height of luxury so you can only imagine what it’s like if you upgrade to a Suite in this city of great expectations.
Dining at the hotel is an exercise in sophisticated cuisine. There are six bars and restaurants including Rech by Alain Ducasse, the first international outpost of Paris’s most famous seafood restaurant. Another favourite is NOBU, the world’s most acclaimed Japanese restaurant, as well as Yan Toh Heen which has two Michelin Stars for its Cantonese food.