Feeling tired, stressed or rundown? These are the best massages in Hong Kong to help recharge your batteries and leave you feeling amazing.
From happy hours to free-flow brunches, Hong Kong is go, go, go, and sometimes it’s important to find a little me-time. If you’re a fan of getting pampered, then you need to book in for one of the best massages in Hong Kong pronto. We promise you’ll thank us for it!
Enjoy the 6 best massages in Hong Kong
As you may know, we are more than a little obsessed by the products by Aromatherapy Associates, and The Ultimate Aromatherapy Experience at Flawless utilises these dreamy essential oils for maximum effect. A blend of Swedish and neuromuscular techniques are combined with carefully applied pressure to stimulate the nervous system, leaving you feeling wonderfully relaxed. We particularly love booking in for one of these treatments whenever we are feeling rundown, as they are tailored specifically for each person’s body – #heavenly.
Read our full review on Flawless Spa.
Flawless Spa, 4/F Sea Bird House, 22-28 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2869 5868, 中環雲咸街22-28號四寶大廈4樓
Sense of Touch
Sense of Touch is one of Hong Kong’s best-loved day spas and for good reason. With branches across the city and offering a multitude of different treatments, you’ll be relaxing in no time with one of the best massages in Hong Kong here. We particularly love the Cheers to Beers signature treatment that includes a relaxing soak in a dark ale beer bath followed up by a scrub and finally a deep tissue massage that lasts for a glorious 60 minutes.
Read our full review on Sense of Touch.
Sense of Touch, 1-5F, 52 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2526 6918,香港中環蘭桂芳德己立街52號1-5F
Tai Pan Reflexology Parlour
If you’re looking for somewhere to enjoy one of the best massages in Hong Kong, then you have to drop into Tai Pan Reflexology Parlour in TST. Having been in business for 18 years, they’ve recently had a complete makeover, and the new look takes you back to old Shanghai. Enjoy a footbath in an antique barber chair before stepping behind the red velvet curtain and getting comfy on the bespoke day beds. You even get to enjoy some tea in the beautiful tea room at the conclusion of your treatment.
Tai Pan Reflexology Parlour, 83 Nathan Road basement, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2301 1990, 香港尖沙咀彌敦道83號, Tsim Sha Tsui
We are huge fans of cruelty-free makeup and beauty products, and if you are too, then be sure to try out one of the quirky massage options at LUSH Spa. Hidden away above the LUSH shop on Lyndhurst Terrace is LUSH Spa, a unique day spa in the heart of Central. Offering a selection of treatments, including some that incorporate sound bowls or take you on a planetary journey, we are particularly fond of the Synaesthesia treatment that blends scent, music and choreographed massage movements to take you to another place completely.
Read our full review on LUSH Spa.
Lush, G/F-4/F, Soho Square, 21 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3915 0638, 中環擺花街21號Soho Square地下至4樓
When you descend the staircase into Chuan Spa at Cordis in Mongkok, you immediately escape to a different place. Based around the five elements of Chinese medicine: Earth, Wood, Fire, Air and Water, firstly you will answer questions to determine which essential oil will be used during your massage. If you opt for the Chuan Harmony Massage, you’ll recite an intention with your massage therapist before settling in for a blissful 90 minutes of heavenly treatment. At the end, you even get to sit in the Relaxation Room that overlooks the city and enjoy tea, champagne and a selection of nibbles.
Read our full review on Chuan Spa.
Chuan Spa, Level 41, Cordis, Hong Kong, p. 3552 3510
The Strand (NOW CLOSED)
Anyone having difficulty relaxing or sleeping must try the Tranquility Pro Sleep Massage at The Strand. The treatment harnesses the different senses to help you drop off, and has specially designed music, essential oils and soft brushes to help lull you into sleep. If you’re looking for the best massages in Hong Kong for relaxation, then this is definitely on the list.
Read our full review on The Strand.
The Strand, 18 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2850 7686, 中環閣麟街18號地舖