To keep travelers and locals safe and healthy, those arriving in Hong Kong are subjected to quarantine requirements – which sounds all sterile, the opposite of cozy – but we’re here to tell you that your quarantine stay doesn’t have to be unlike an extended staycation at one of Hong Kong’s finest hotels.
The fourth cycle of the Designated Quarantine Hotel Scheme encompasses designated quarantine hotels that fit a variety of needs and budgets. We’ve combed through the accommodation options to point you to the hotels with the best offers for families. These family-friendly quarantine hotels will turn your time spent inside into an opportunity to luxuriate, connect with your family and your body, indulge in some extra screen time and deliveries from your favorite restaurants, unwind and recharge, take in the views and truly make yourself at home away from home.
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New family-friendly quarantine hotels were added to the list added recently! Here are a few favorites:
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Five stars might make quarantine more than bearable, especially at The Landmark. LMO is the epitome of luxury and spaciousness with room and suite sizes ranging between 450 and 1,800 sq ft. Cutting edge technology will keep kids entertained after they’ve explored all corners of their expansive temporary home. Meals are served at a predetermined time of your choice and include breakfast, 2-course lunch and 3-course dinner. The LMO Quarantine Long Stay Plan is valid until November 30, 2021 and starts at HK$3,300 per night. Friends and family are welcome to send you gifts and necessities!
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong, +852 2132 0188, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mandarinoriental.com/hong-kong/the-landmark/luxury-hotel
Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong is newly opened and quarantine-equipped. The hotel’s quarantine package covers all your needs with a fully catered experience including Asian or Western set menus, while food delivery via third-party apps and delivery of personal items are also available. Kids will be kept busy with gadgets and mind puzzles; full-length windows will let you sun bathe in the comfort of your temporary home and provide you with views of the sea, mountains and the cityscape. Prices range from HK$20,790 for 21 nights for the Traditional Room Package (215 sq ft) and HK$52,500 for Ocean View Suites (377 sq ft).
Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chang, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, +852 2352 8000, email@example.com, www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/hkgfp-four-points-hong-kong-tung-chung
This one is popular! Ovolo Southside has a designated Quarantine Concierge that will make you feel as if quarantining is a choice rather than a necessity. The Quarantine Concierge Package includes social sessions (distance sessions with room neighbors, in-room fitness gear, coloring pages, brain teasers and playing cards, a leafy friend to bring a piece of nature to you, a daily essentials run option for picking up anything you need and more, including a range of free perks like daily set breakfast, in-room happy hours, unlimited premium Wi-Fi, welcome minibar and snacks, free local calls and in-room Apple TV. Prices start at affordable HK$580 per night, and the standard room size is 300 sq ft.
Ovolo Southside, 64 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Southside, Hong Kong, +852 3460 8100, ovolohotels.com/ovolo/southside
Nina Hotel is a unique hotel that offers a Stay In Stay Strong 21 Day Quarantine Package with rentals that will keep your body and mind sharp and strong – and both you and your kids entertained. The wooden puzzle & locks game will provide the whole family with quality time spent on a common fun goal, while single-play chess will give each the opportunity for solo entertainment. Yoga mats, twisting boards and stationary bikes can help you develop an exercise routine while you wait to again get immersed in the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. Rooms with balconies and full-length terraces let you choose a view of Deep Water Bay or the green hillsides of the Peak, securing you a private sanctuary in the open air. Room sizes range between around 320 and 640 sq ft, and the prices start at a City View Room: from HK$770 net per room per night; City View Suite: HK$2,100 net per room per night. Nina also allows outside deliveries and welcomes care packages. Read more about their quarantine policy here!
Mira Moon is Hong Kong's most awarded boutique hotel that packs plenty of personality, decadence and color in its one-of-a-kind guestrooms and penthouse suite. Their Quarantine on the Moon package includes a full board meal plan with breakfast, lunch and dinner at designated times. It features an in-room entertainment system with AirPlay and Bluetooth-enabled speakers and an iPad mini with pre-loaded apps that will keep the kids connected and entertained. At the same time, various exercise equipment is available for rent. Rooms are between 220 and 410 sq ft, not too spacious but exceptionally lively and functional, and prices start at HK$1,130 per day (going up from December 1).
Quarantine may not be so bad when you have 180-degree views of Victoria Harbour and different quarantine packages to make your time spent in quarantine meaningful. You are welcomed with a gift and snack basket to start off right before diving into entertainment options, including PS5 and Nintendo Switch rental, complimentary rental of yoga mat, cross-training resistance band and HDMI cable, Blu-ray DVD player and more. The deal includes a full board meal plan with set breakfast, lunch and dinner, while the hotel also allows food and care package delivery. Rooms start at HK$41,250 for a 21-day quarantine and HK$27500 for a 14-day quarantine.
The Kerry Hotel overlooks the wonderful Hung Hom waterfront, its floor-to-ceiling windows that offer a sense of space and further expanding their spacious rooms (ranging from 450 sq ft to unbelievable 3,000+ sq ft). Book one with a balcony and get a breath of fresh air, too, your own piece of the sky! The hotel has a designated Quarantine with Kerry package, including breakfast, lunch and dinner at predetermined times. You can also order food delivery through Dockyard food court, or other third-party app and friends and family can bring you other necessities – these should be left at the Concierge desk to be sent to guestrooms between 7am and 11pm. The price per night starts at HK$1,806.
Quarantine with JEN packages let you upgrade to interconnecting rooms to create space for both you and your kiddos, to each their own private sanctuary with satellite/cable TV. The soothing interiors are matched with serene sea-and-mountain views. JEN offers a full board meal plan with set breakfast, lunch and dinner at predetermined times but also allows food delivery through an app of your choice. Friends and relatives can leave anything you need at the Concierge desk; the items will be forwarded to you between 8 am and 11 pm. Rates start from HK$12,572 for 7 nights, HK$25,144 for 14 nights, or HK$37,716 for 21 nights.
JEN Hong Kong by Shangri-La, 508 Queen’s Road West, Hong Kong, +852 2974 1234, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.shangri-la.com/en/hotels/jen/hongkong/westerndistrict