The Vibe: If you’re looking for all-out luxury, The Peak Suite is designed to wow. On the 45th floor of The Four Seasons hotel, the suite is subtly decked out in romantic cream and beige hues, while ornate chandeliers add to the glamorous vibe. Known for its excellent service and Michelin-starred cuisine, the hotel caters to both epic blowouts and smaller celebrations.
Wedding Style: Urban beauty, refined romance.
Best Part: As part of the Intimate Wedding Package, Four Seasons executive chef Chan Yan-tak (from three-Michelin-starred Lung King Heen) crafts bespoke Chinese banquet menus – think whole barbecued suckling pig and baked crab with black truffle. Western options include lobster salad, pancetta risotto and roasted Nordic salmon.
The Vibe: Looking to get married surrounded by greenery and skyscrapers? The Lawn, located on the sixth floor of the minimalist Upper House hotel, provides a relaxed setting that’s perfect for romantic, garden-style nuptials. But if you don’t want to take a chance on the weather, The Sky Lounge on the 49th floor is another intimate option. With sweeping views of the Hong Kong skyline, the lounge features a cosy fireplace, soft green and blue hues, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Wedding Style: Panoramic nuptials, secret garden.
Best Part: Couples can hold an intimate tea ceremony or get pampered with the wedding party in one of
the Upper Suites.
Psst… Packages are completely bespoke, based on your wedding vision.
6/F and 49/F, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty,
Looking for something new? The just-opened Kerry Hotel might be the venue of your dreams. With 17 different indoor and outdoor event spaces, the Hung Hom “urban resort” offers everything from the city’s largest pillarless ballroom (right, seating up to 1,030 guests!) to more intimate outdoor spaces and terraces. Our favourite spot? The gorgeous Red Sugar terrace (above), which
The vibe: It’s named the Gold Coast Hotel for a reason – the seaside spot overlooks Castle Peak Bay and offers easy access to the beach. It’s also home to one of Hong Kong’s most iconic wedding venues: The Lawn. Ideal for outdoor ceremonies with up to 500 guests, the landscaped greenery makes for a secluded, romantic affair. Continue reading “Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel”
The vibe: Formerly the Marine Police Headquarters, Hullett House has since transformed into a romantic and ultra-stylish heritage hotel. One of Hong Kong’s most sought-after wedding venues, the romantic alfresco garden offers harbour views, lush surrounds and a convenient location.
Who doesn’t want a red-carpet worthy wedding? Gourmands will love the new menu at W Hong Kong. Designed by James Sharman – of the nomadic One Star House Party pop-up restaurant – the creative “Wed Like a Celeb” banquet menu turns traditional Chinese food on its head. Look for suckling pig served with pickled radish and char siu-pickled wolfberries; pan-seared scallops with broccoli puree and crispy lotus root; and an iced milk tea dessert with walnut butter and ginger.
W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon, 3717-2222, w-hongkong.com