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Hong Kong’s luxurious hotels also offer luxurious spa experiences. Be sure to book an appointment at one of the following amazing Forbes Travel Guide Five- and Four-Star spas:
Not all spas offer serene views in addition to serene treatments, but the Five-Star Spa at Four Seasons Hong Kong serves up both. Treatment rooms feature large windows that look out over the cityscape and harbor. Guests also enjoy a Vitality Lounge that offers a crystal steam room, rhassoul chamber and ice fountains for female guests, and a flotation tank and Finnish sauna for men. Five-Star The Peninsula Spa by ESPA offers spa suites, so each guest has his or her own bath and window overlooking the exquisite Hong Kong Island skyline. Saunas, steam rooms and a Roman-style pool complete the experience. At Five-Star The Mandarin Spa, at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, you enjoy traditional Chinese therapy treatments, 1930s Shanghai-era décor and a wet area that features rain showers, an aromatic steam room and a Kneipp footbath. Five-Star The Oriental Spa, situated at the luxurious Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, offers more than just treatments: The spa hosts yoga and Pilates classes, and lounges include heated loungers, crystal steam rooms and rain showers. Thai-, Chinese- and European-style treatments are on the menu. If enjoying a spa treatment in the sky appeals to you, try The Ritz-Carlton Spa by ESPA, which is perched on the 116th floor of this amazing hotel. Treatments at this Five-Star spa reflect traditions from both the East and the West, and the wet area includes an experience shower. The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong makes spa experiences a priority with Four-Star Plateau Spa, which offers 14 spa residential rooms that you can enjoy for an overnight stay. Have a fabulous massage, a luxurious bath and then wake up for a breakfast on the balcony.