The Oriental Spa, Hong Kong

Hong Kong's holistic relaxation den
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has one of the most holistic relaxation dens in town with The Oriental Spa. Besides fabulous treatments, there are plenty of yoga and Pilates classes held in studios dedicated to the practices.

Once you’ve worked out in one of the hourly sessions or in the fitness center, retreat to the spa’s lounges, equipped with pools complete with built-in, heated loungers, crystal steam rooms with mother-of-pearl benches, and huge rain showers. The relaxation rooms are dark and you can spend as long as you want in the quiet confines of the spa post-treatment (perfect for a jet-lag-zapping nap on your first long day in Hong Kong).

Traditional Asian therapies include the 60-minute Thai massage or the Chinese acupressure body massage, as well as European-style high-tech facials like the 80-minute vitamin infusion and the 30-minute mini facial. 
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The Oriental Spa uses a few high-performing products that are not easy to find: Ivo Pitanguy products are highly researched and offer envious age defying benefits, while Somme products even the skin tone and leave you glowing.
  • There’s something universally soothing and comforting about a fresh scent at the beginning of a treatment, which is why all treatments at The Oriental Spa start with a bit of aromatherapy.
  • Sure, the unique products are great, but you'll find treatments featuring your favorite skincare brands here too, including the renowned Natura Bissé line. 
  • The treatments are also one-of-a-kind at the Hong Kong respite, such as the Moroccan rasul, which is designed just for women. Ladies can dive into this ancient healing ritual that involves a mud bath, an aromatic steam and a soothing rinse.
  • As for the men, they can jump into the Turkish hammam, a warm steam room. Both treatments are located in the respective locker rooms.
Things to Know
  • Consult with a therapist about your skin’s needs to ensure that you select the appropriate treatment.
  • Couples should request the Sanctuary Suite for the most intimate pampering experience, especially since the public lounges are separated by gender.
  • Unfortunately, The Oriental Spa does not have a salon. That said a few salon treatments can be scheduled in the beauty treatment rooms.
  • Unless you’re a hotel guest, or you book a full-day program at The Oriental Spa, you won’t have access to the awesome indoor pool or gym.
  • Come 60 minutes early to have enough time to unwind prior to your treatment.
The Treatments
  • During the aromatherapy massage, your skin will be treated with essential oils that combine layers of fragrances to create certain moods that will relax, calm and uplift you.
  • Whether you have the Somme express facial or the time reversal facial, your skin will be revived with the results-driven products.
  • The renew rose hydrating body wrap is the only wrap option on the spa’s menu. The deeply moisturizing treatment kicks off with an exfoliating scrub and ends with being lathered in rose oil and cream and wrapped up like a cocoon to allow your body to drink in the hydration.
The Facilities
  • The calm-inducing facilities are a great space to relax before or after your treatment.
  • The vanity areas feed into wet and dry spa facilities, including a vitality pool, steam room and laconium, as well as heated stone lounges.
  • At 18 meters long, the Five-Star spa actually has the longest indoor pool in Hong Kong’s Central District. It’s ideal for swimming laps, but because it is quite narrow and indoors, it’s not the place to just lounge around.
  • If it’s a relaxing dip you’re looking for, check out the vitality pool in the locker room. You can soak in the warm water with jets going until all your stresses are washed away.
  • The fitness facility includes a Pilates and yoga studio that has a regular class schedule and opportunities for private instruction.
Getting There
15 Queen’s Road, Hong Kong
The Oriental Spa, Hong Kong
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