6 of the Most Expensive Hotel Suites in Hong Kong
Asia has become synonymous with over-the-top luxury, and nowhere is that grandiosity more apparent than in the jaw-dropping suites at some of Hong Kong’s most prestigious hotels. From a 2,500-square-foot rooftop terrace to Michelin-starred room service and access to a chauffeured Bentley, the experience of staying in any one of these suites promises to be an experience like no other.
Below, we take a look at the six most expensive hotel suites in Hong Kong.
1. The Ritz Carlton Suite at Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong — $20,000/night
Sitting atop one of the highest hotels in the world, this 117th-floor suite has 270-degree views of Victoria Harbour and spans 3,930 square feet. A stay at the suite includes pickup from the airport in a chauffeured Rolls-Royce, daily massages on the 118th-floor spa, and access to a butler and a personal shopper, plus an array of personal touches, like monogrammed pillowcases and bathrobes made especially for the guest.
2. The Peninsula Suite at the Peninsula Hong Kong — $16,500/night
This opulent 4,000-square-foot suite boasts breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour. The double-height living room has floor-to-ceiling windows and is equipped with a telescope and a grand piano. Guests can relax in a screening room that features state-of-the-art entertainment systems, on the private terrace, or in a ten-seat dining room that has an adjoining kitchen.
3. The Entertainment Suite at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental — $16,305/night
While not one of the biggest suites in the city, this is certainly the most tech savvy. The living area is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including an entertainment wall, virtual reality and PlayStation gaming equipment, and a DJ booth. The hotel’s chefs can prepare private Michelin-starred dining at the suite’s Gaggenau kitchen, to be served to up to eight guests in the dining room. Even the bed is high-tech—it’s equipped with a FreshBed Sleep system, which controls the air flow and humidity around the bed.
4. The Presidential Suite at InterContinental Hong Kong — $12,628/night
The VIP treatment begins as soon as your plane touches down, with a choice of Bentley, Phantom VI Rolls-Royce, or Mercedes transfer from the airport. The 7,000-square-foot suite—the largest in Hong Kong—includes a 2,500-square-foot terrace, which has a jacuzzi and a stunning infinity pool. Inside the suite, guests can enjoy a private study, gym, dining room, kitchen, and five bedrooms.
5. The Presidential Suite at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong — $12,545/night
This lavish 3,430-square-foot suite comes with a 24-hour butler and a limo on standby to chauffeur its lucky tenant around the city. With views that look out on to the Kowloon side of Victoria Harbour, guests have an enviable vantage point of the nightly “A Symphony of Lights” show (a choreographed light-and-music event, where LED lights dance across the skyline).
6. The Mandarin Suite at Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong — $9,985/night
The already spacious suite seems even grander, thanks to double-height ceilings. The 3,000-square-foot space features handcrafted furniture, Acqua di Parma bath amenities, butler service, Bang & Olufsen audio systems, an adjoining spa suite, and a dining room that can seat 12.