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A spa-inspired getaway in the heart of Hong Kong


Elevate your stay at W Hong Kong with spa indulgences. Detox and relax in our soothing and trend-spotting urban oasis bliss® spa. Work out or book a personal training session at our hotel's fully equipped FIT® gym overlooking Hong Kong Harbor. Maximize the results by experiencing our luxury heat and water facilities, including the harbor view vitality pool, sauna, aroma steam and experience shower. Take a dip in Lapin the cool blue WET® swimming pool under the dazzling blue Hong Kong sky. From couple's treatments to pampering massages, our spa & wellness services take away the stress from the hustle and bustle of city life and create the perfect heaven for self-indulging and pampering. Moments from the hotel, embark on explorations beyond the glitter and neon in Hong Kong, where modern and dynamic meet classic, where the virtues of east and west are intertwined like yin and yang, where street markets bustle in the shade. And in West Kowloon, an escape within the city amid the hottest

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Bliss® Spa

bliss® boasts over 14,500 square feet of tension-fighting facilities with nine harbor view treatment rooms including two luxury couple suites. bliss® offers over 80 treatments covering body, face, nail and waxing, utilizing a wide range of techniques.

FIT® Gym


Burn off some of the stress high up in the clouds on the 73rd floor with marvelous harbor views.


WET® Swimming Pool

Mon-Sun: 6:00 AM-10:00 PM


Towels provided


Lifeguard on Duty


76F, W Hong Kong

WET® Swimming Pool

Get WET® in one of the world’s highest rooftop swimming pools on the 76th floor, gliding through sparkling blue waters under a dazzling blue sky. Lap up spectacular views as you recline on a chaise lounge wrapped in the panorama of the skyline 211 meters (692 feet) above Victoria Harbor. As sunlight magnificently reflects off a playfully dramatic mosaic wall, sip on a refreshing cocktail from the pool bar or savour a light lunch while staying wired with complimentary High Speed Internet Access.


Heat and Water Experience

Location: 73/F, W Hong Kong Experience includes: Harbor view vitality pool/experience shower/aroma steam room/dry sauna. Spa Privilege: Use of heat & water experience on the 73rd floor is included with all spa services except nail care and poetic waxing. Heat & water experience is not recommended for pregnant guests.

The bubbling water of a Bliss Spa jacuzzi.

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Luxurious Spa Experience

Escape to a wonderland of tension-taming services and facilities on the 72nd floor. This urban oasis offers more than 100 over-the-top treatments, luxury heat & water facilities and cutting-edge technologies to provide 360 degree total wellbeing solutions for locals and travelers. Detox, relax and reset in our trend-setting spa surrounded with marvelous harbor views.

Topless woman getting a massage in front of the ocean with cliffs in background.

Elements Hong Kong

Launch a stone as far as you can, and chances are you’ll probably hit a marginally irritated commuter in the city’s lifestyle shopping mall. The proverbial stone’s throw away, Elements at Kowloon Station offers a one stop shop for all things. A place where fashion infuses with art, and the elements of wood, water, fire, earth, and metal intertwine to provide a shopping experience that touches all of your senses.

Reach for the Skies at sky100

The observation deck on sky100 offers mesmerizing views from Hong Kong’s tallest observation tower. Connected to Elements Mall where W Hong Kong is located, sky100 is the place where you can soar high above the city. With a striking view of the waterfront boulevard, a city skyline provides the perfect backdrop for the gastronomic adventure that awaits as you explore the al fresco restaurants.

Brush Up on Your History

Special mention must go to the Hong Kong History Museum in TST. There is a permanent exhibition detailing the rise of modern Hong Kong from the earliest ancestors of the Prehistoric Age right through to the modern metropolis it has become. Whilst the History Museum will rotate between temporary exhibitions focusing on specific periods or events in Hong Kong and Chinese history.

Local Area & Activities

Lantau Island – Large, Lavish, Limitless

The largest of the outlying islands will most likely be the very first island you step on as it is home to Hong Kong International Airport. While the route from the airport to hotel along the northern island provides spectacular scenes of concrete urbanization with green-hilly backgrounds, it is merely a glimpse of the vibrant sights, activities, and landmarks that the island beholds.

Whether you are a shopaholic, foodie, history buff, hiker or beach-lover, the island has it all. In fact, there is so much to see that you might require multiple day trips to truly indulge in the plethora of attractions on the island which include:


Cable cars going up to Ngong Ping Village: The home of the staggering 34-meter-tall Tian Tan Big Buddha and the remote Po Lin Monastery hidden away by lush mountains. This majestic landmark draws pilgrims from all over Asia.

Hong Kong Disneyland: Established in 2005, the park quickly became the focal point of tourism, with themed attractions offering an immersive experience for all ages.

Lantau Peak: At 934 meters high, it is the highest point on Lantau Island and second highest peak in Hong Kong. Offering breathtaking views on the way, the hike makes for an excellent journey to refresh the mind and energize the body.

Historic Sites

Tai O Fishing Village: Take a step through time and visit this picturesque village comprising remarkable stilt houses, coastal settings framed by mountains, colourful harbour, and a traditional seafood market.

Tung Chung Fort: A historic military fortress built in 1832 to defend Hong Kong against the invasion of English troops and pirates is now one of the most popular attractions on the island. Snap a picture with one of the fully intact muzzle-canons for an unforgettable memory.

Beaches and Food

Discovery Bay: This ocean-front destination draws you in with the promise of gourmet beach side indulgence with over 20 diverse dining establishment offering 180-degree ocean-views in an alfresco setting overlooking a 400-meter-long tranquil beach, but delivers on much more with unobstructed views of Disneyland’s spectacular fireworks that occur nightly after 8 pm.

Mui Wo: This quiet little town is an ideal launching pad to explore the rest of the island. It is most famously known for its beach and succulent seafood offered at a selection of Chinese and international restaurants.

Cheung Chau – Idyllic, Immersive, Inviting

Although it is one of the smallest outlying islands in Hong Kong, it certainly is one of the most idyllic. A harbour teeming with colourful scurry of fishing vessels, a waterfront promenade beaming with local restaurants, ancient rock carving, a mini great wall, and caves that once hid pirates, all make the island an excellent day trip destination.

Explore an array of souvenir shops and stands selling knick knacks and food. Stroll around the island at your own leisurely pace, or bike around the island (for only $10/hour) to truly amplify the experience.

The island also plays host to one of the oddest festivals in Hong Kong - The Cheung Chau Bun Festival. Each year, in the fourth lunar month, thousands of locals and tourists gather to watch hundreds of participants claw their way up a 60-foot Bun Tower to pluck off bags of plastic buns.

The atmosphere is nothing short of electrifying - mingle with the locals and get a taste of local delicacies, watch dragon dances performances through the streets, and enjoy the carnival that goes on until late.

Even the journey to and back from the island is remarkable as you leave and approach Central pier amidst the stunning skyline of Hong Kong, creating excellent opportunities for wide angle shots of the city.

Lamma Island – Tranquil, Tantalizing, Tasty

Hong Kong’s third largest island offers a laid-back atmosphere alongside fishery customs and traditions, nestled within a spectacular array of natural wonders. It is a complete contrast to the tumult of the city just 20 minutes away.

Lamma Island is famous for its gleaming beaches, stunning hiking trails, signature fishing farms, explorable Kamikaze Cave, and the main town area consisting of little lanes lined with souvenir shops, fresh food markets, cafes, and restaurants. So, if you have a day or just a few hours to spare, hop on a ferry and infuse your Hong Kong adventures with a day of island hopping

Peng Chau – Charismatic, Calm, Captivating

This little gem, located just off the coast of Lantau Island, offers unspoiled wilderness, noiseless habitation, and a laidback lifestyle. Its most famously known for the Finger Hill hiking trail which rewards hikers with a spectacular 360-degree view of the South China Sea and on clear days, the impressive Tsing Ma Bridge and Hong Kong Disneyland on the horizon.

If you are looking to find your inner zen amid ocean views and deserted beaches, then Peng Chau Island is the perfect retreat. It takes about 40 minutes to get here on a Ferry from Central (Pier 6).

Make sure you miss out on nothing with the W Guide to shopping in Hong Kong.


Sitting conveniently on the Airport Express Kowloon Station, Elements hosts more than 120 swanky stores selling upscale fashion, accessories, and jewelry. This includes several flagship stores including Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Valentino. Whilst the mall also brings together a host of fine dining restaurants, many offering splendid views overlooking Victoria Harbour. Just be sure to visit all 5 of Elements’ Nature zones. Each themed after a Chinese Natural Element, be it metal, fire, water, wood, or earth.

1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Harbour City

With one cinema, over 450 shops, and 50 food and beverage outlets to explore, even the most particular of shopper will find Harbour City irresistible. This versatile shopping mall satisfies every craving you may have for high-quality products. Sitting by the beautiful Victoria Harbour, it is also host to a number of distinguished bars and restaurants.

3–27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong


K11 beautifully combines art and exclusive shopping experiences to bring nature, people, and art together. Embrace the Musik11 initiative, where each month local performers head down to the mall to showcase their musical talent amidst the frenzy of the fervent shopping crowd.

18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

International Finance Centre (IFC)

A sleek skyscraper by the water, IFC is a visually spectacular shopping destinations in town with a wide selection of the trendy merchandise from designers around the world.

8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong

Times Square

Located in Hong Kong’s shopping heartland of Causeway Bay, Time Square offers cutting-edge fashion and lifestyle merchandise. Shopping in this mall is also an indisputable delight for the myriad of dining venues available. From Asian restaurants to Western-style diners, Time Square satisfies diverse taste buds with an inviting and cozy atmosphere.

1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Hollywood Road

Out with the new and in with the old. For there is no better place to shop for art and handicrafts in Hong Kong than Hollywood Road. The long winding street adorned by antique stores offers all manner of furniture, porcelain, and handicrafts. With an artistic and serene ambience rarely found in contemporary shopping districts in Hong Kong, Hollywood Road is always the choice in visitors’ itineraries.

Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong


Be sure to explore Hong Kong’s “SoHo” area, where indie-spirited businesses meet local heritage. Quirky boutiques, vintage stores, and fine-art galleries offer an artsy shopping experience catered to local and foreign tastes alike. Whilst chic cafés can be found everywhere. So enjoy a late afternoon cup of delicious coffee before night descends, and SoHo turns into the nightlife venue.

Staunton, Shelley or Elgin Streets, Central, Hong Kong

Explore Hong Kong

The places to see, in the place to be. Hong Kong offers visitors a fast-paced metropolis with a myriad of exciting places to visit. So even if you find yourself off the beaten track, you needn't worry. For Hong Kong also boasts many natural spots, obscure art galleries, and hidden cultural sites. It’s time to explore the alternative top attractions in this city.

Star Street

Star Street sits at the epicenter of the once sandy-and-quiet Wan Chai. An area which has since transformed into a prosperous district in Hong Kong. Today, you are far more likely to find a trendy store, stylish art gallery, or elegant restaurant on Star Street. Venture into these funky, artisan stores and chat with the owners to find out why this artistic destination is taking Hong Kong by storm.

Star Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Ladies’ Market

Your search for Hong Kong’s local treasures would not be complete without a visit to the famed Ladies’ Market. Siting at the heart of the hectic Mongkok area, and stretching over 1 kilometer and over 100 stalls. With a bounty of goods ranging from bargain clothing and accessories, to watches, souvenirs, and general merchandise, it’s time to stock up on those last minute souvenirs!

Tung Choi Street, MongKok, Kowloon


The PMQ transformed from the married quarters of the Hong Kong police, to a creative hub nurturing the city’s talents. Becoming a must-see attraction for artists and art lovers alike along the way. Revitalized as a space for local create-preneurs, PMQ is now home to myriads of galleries, shops, and pop-up spaces. Each featuring funky and inventive local work that inspires a generation.

35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong

Dragon’s Back Ridge

It’s time to embrace the dragon. A hike across the Dragon’s Back Ridge will take you a couple of hours, but the views from the top cannot be matched. From Stanley and the South China Sea to the West, and Clear Water Bay to the East, ditch the crowds at the Peak and head for the cool kid’s mountain instead.

Shek O Road near To Tei Wan Village, Hong Kong

Shing Mun Reservoir Walk

Hit the paved paths that encircle the reservoir of Shing Mun Country Park and witness Hong Kong’s awe inspiring scenes. As the winding paths give way to the trickling of fresh water, the fluttering of butterflies, and the cries of the resident monkeys. You won’t want to miss Hong Kong’s natural attraction from your itinerary. Just keep your eyes on those dastardly monkeys!

Barrier gate at Tai Mo Shan Road, Tsuen Wan, New Territory, Hong Kong

Tolo Harbor Cycling Track

Hop on your bike and tour along the stunning Tolo Harbor. A biking trail that helps you get your workout done, while exploring the city at the same time. This 3-hour cycling track across Hong Kong’s New Territories travails beautiful mountain ranges, obscure temples and the famed Hong Kong Science Park along the way. Offering up picturesque views and an energizing experience away from the frenzied downtown.

Bike rental shops: Exit A, Tai Wai Station, New Territories, Hong Kong

Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

Travel to the 100th floor (in just under 60 seconds!) of the city’s tallest building – The International Commerce Center (ICC). Awaiting is a 360-degree indoor observation deck that offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline. Whilst Guests may also experience a state-of-the-art exhibition detailing the city’s long, fascinating history. Be sure to take a snap with the professional photo booth and a custom-made itinerary from the Customer Service Center.

100/F, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Hong Kong Observation Wheel

With 42 luxurious cabins available, each offering heating, air-conditioning and Wi-Fi, riding the Observation Wheel is both enthralling and pleasant.

33 Man Kwong Sreet, Central, Hong Kong