These Are Hong Kong's Most Expensive And Luxurious Hotel Suites
1/10 Manor Suite at Rosewood Hong Kong
Price: From HK$35,000 (S$6,000) per night
You'll want to move in as soon as you step foot in the artfully decorated Manor Suite at Rosewood Hong Kong. The spacious suite with spectacular floor-to-ceiling views of Victoria Harbour boasts an elegant living and sitting room with a private bar, a separate bedroom with a king-sized bed, a bathroom with freeform bath, twin sinks and twin showers, as well as a roomy walk-in closet. Guests staying in the suite will also be able to enjoy access to the hotel's Manor Club, along with a personal butler to tend to your every need.
When it comes to tech, only the best will do at Rosewood Hong Kong—the Manor Suite is kitted out with a Dyson hairdryer and a state-of-the-art sound system by Bose.
2/10 Penthouse at The Upper House
Price: From HK$40,150 (S$7,000) per night
If The Upper House has proven anything since it opened, it's that minimalism certainly doesn't equate to lacking. Designed by Andre Fu, everything about this hotel is deliciously simple, thoughtful and beautiful.
The Penthouse Suites are no exception, with its sleek interiors and clever design that make The Upper House's iconic views as much a part of the room as its chic, minimalist fixtures. The suite comprises two spacious ensuite bedrooms (fitted with the iconic Upper House bathtubs, of course) and a large living room.
3/10 The Murray Suite at The Murray, Hong Kong
Price: From HK$51,300 (S$8,900) per night
Just last year, Hong Kong billionaire businessman Peter Woo transformed one of the city's most recognisable skyscrapers, Murray Building—which was built in the 1960s for the purpose of housing government offices—into a sleek luxury hotel.
The Murray, Hong Kong, has been a hit ever since and is the place to stay for stylish art- and fashion-loving jet-setters—especially if you're staying in The Murray Suite, which comes with plenty of perks. Guests can enjoy breakfast for two at either The Tai Pan or Garden Lounge, priority seating at Popinjays with a welcome flute of champagne, unpacking service upon arrival and—for those who are serious about their shopping—access to the Lane Crawford Platinum Lounge at IFC.
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4/10 The Mandarin Suite at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
Price: From HK$78,500 (S$13,700) per night
The legendary Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong does not disappoint with its most coveted room, The Mandarin Suite. Built to impress and entertain, the suite comprises a living room and dining room that seats up to 12 guests, and an expansive private terrace that opens up to spectacular views. There's also a kitchen, powder room, large master bedroom with an adjoining spa suite, and a marble bathroom with a deep soaking bath.
Putting a modern spin on the aesthetics of an old Chinese Court, its classic interiors are complemented by priceless antiques and artefacts, restored furniture and handcrafted pieces.
5/10 Presidential Suite at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
Price: From HK$98,400 (S$17,200) per night
Elegant furnishings and luxurious textiles abound in this spacious suite that boasts 180-degree views and comprises a grand foyer, a master suite, a living room fitted with a grand piano and a dining room that seats up to 12 guests. There's also a dedicated wellness room with spa facilities and state-of-the-art gym equipment.
As far as perks go, guests staying in the Presidential Suite can enjoy 24-hour butler service, limo service from 7am until 11pm and perhaps best of all: unlimited spa treatments and food.
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6/10 Presidential Suite at InterContinental Hong Kong
Price: From HK$118,000 (S$20,600) per night
The Presidential Suite at InterContinental Hong Kong is the largest in the city, and is a home away from home for visiting Hollywood A-listers and the world's elite. The suite has five bedrooms, including a master bedroom with a luxurious bathroom that boasts a large whirlpool bathtub and rainforest shower with views of the harbour. But that's not all, there is also a private sauna and steam room. It is also equipped with a gym as well as a large living area with a soaring ceiling.
The talking point of this suite, however, is the 2,500sqft terrace with unparalleled views and a private infinity pool that appears to melt into Victoria Harbour.
7/10 Presidential Suite at The St. Regis Hong Kong
Price: From HK$125,000 (S$21,800) per night
The Presidential Suite at the newly opened St. Regis Hong Kong is the epitome of modern luxury, while warm tones and lush fabrics make it cosy and welcoming.
The suite comprises a parlour and a dining room with a kitchen, a master bedroom with a beautiful ensuite marble bathroom, and wraparound views that allow guests to enjoy vistas of the harbour, city and marina.
8/10 Entertainment Suite at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
Price: From HK$128,000 (S$22,350) per night
Designed by renowned interior designer Joyce Wang, the Entertainment Suite at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a haven for party people and gadget geeks alike. The sprawling suite is built to entertain, equipped with a B&O BeoLab sound system, a concealed 160-inch TV with a 5000 lumens laser projector, VR and PlayStation equipment, a DJ booth and a 1930s vintage American jukebox.
The suite also has a Cabinet of Delights, which includes a mixologist booth as well as boutique wines and rare vintages selected by the sommelier from the hotel's restaurant, Amber. Other treats include Cuban cigars, a popcorn machine, exotic teas and coffees, and jars of other goodies.
9/10 The Peninsula Suite at The Peninsula, Hong Kong
Price: From HK$128,700 (S$22,500) per night
In true Peninsula fashion, no expense was spared when fitting out The Peninsula Suite—if we had to sum it up in a word, it would be: opulence. Like stepping into a fabulous apartment, this suite features marble bathrooms, mahogany walls, a private gym and an 85-inch cinema screen. It is adorned with antique furniture and artworks by artists like Pat Steir, SunYi and Trine Bumiller, but perhaps the most breathtaking feature is the soaring windows in the living room and private terrace that perfectly frame Hong Kong's iconic skyline.
If you must leave this not-so-little slice of heaven, the suite offers its guests a round-the-clock Rolls-Royce chauffeur service. Of course, if travelling by helicopter is more of your style, you can arrange to take off from The Peninsula Hong Kong's rooftop helipad.
10/10 The Ritz-Carlton Suite at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong kong
Price: From HK$139,000 (S$24,300) per night
At 117 storeys high, the Ritz-Carlton Suite is one of the highest suites in the world and without a doubt the highest in Hong Kong. Guests are encouraged to get cosy right away, as they will be greeted by bathrobes, towels and pillow cases that have been monogrammed with their initials (how very Ritz).
Other perks that come with this suite include a personal butler, airport transfer via a Rolls Royce or limo, daily massages for two at the spa and no less than six offers of food per day.
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