Dreading your compulsory quarantine? We hear ya. But don’t worry, we’ve scouted out the best quarantine hotels in Hong Kong that will make your experience much more bearable – or enjoyable, even!
Raise your hand if you’re not travelling simply because you’re dreading the 21-day quarantine. Yep, that’d be us. After all, not all of us can afford to charter a private jet (and hop off like Nicole Kidman, hah.) Fortunately, there’s a fairly comprehensive list of designated quarantine hotels in Hong Kong for you to choose from. Whether you’re travelling on a budget, or willing to splurge for a nice (long) staycay while you’re at it, below are the top ten quarantine hotels in Hong Kong that’ll keep you sane and satisfied.
Note: This list has been updated according to the sixth cycle of designated quarantine hotels (valid until 28 February 2022). Also, the hotels on this list are ordered according to the lowest available price per person per night. Prices are in HKD.
Wait – we’ve got some tips for ya!
Before we dive into the list, here are a few tips for staying at quarantine hotels in Hong Kong. You’re welcome! 😉
- You can only open windows in certain rooms in certain hotels – check with the hotels beforehand if you prefer one or the other.
- Keep your room clean and smelling fresh by bringing a room diffuser, wet wipes, and even a handheld vacuum cleaner.
- Most hotels have connecting rooms, though they’re usually subject to availability. So, be sure to enquire with your hotel if you’re staying in a group.
- As most hotels use disposable cutlery for the sake of hygiene, feel free to bring your own reusable ones – the planet will thank you!
- If you can’t deal with food being lukewarm, bring your own mini microwave or hot plate to reheat your meals. Don’t worry, you can shop online and most likely get the goods delivered to your room, too, in case you need anything last minute. That said, do heed the hotel regulations regarding cooking in your room – we certainly don’t want to start any fires!
- Adaptors, HDMI cables, and extension cords will come in handy. Plan in advance!
- Check the Government’s website for official updates regarding quarantine hotels in Hong Kong; the booking status of each hotel is also available here.
- We know it’s difficult to book ahead due to unpredictable changes in flight schedules (ugh), but we’d still advise you to book ahead, because these hotels are popular! Just take note of your hotel’s policies regarding refunds and cancellations.
- For more tips about surviving quarantine at a specific hotel, visit HK Quarantine Support Group – the community might help keep your boredom at bay, too!
Best quarantine hotels in Hong Kong
1. Ovolo Southside
Once a warehouse, Ovolo Southside is the epitome of industrial chic, with traditional and contemporary elements in its architecture. We love how this luxury boutique hotel presents its quarantine package as the unique Hong Kong Quarantine Concierge scheme: aside from a full board experience, the friendly concierge will be as helpful as a ‘human Alexa’ and will take care of your needs from the outside world. What’s more is that there’s a fully stocked mini bar upon arrival (for all rooms except Mini Rooms), a goodie bag (containing toiletries and reusable cutlery, which are actually pretty useful), an Apple TV, and an actual Alexa in your room. If you’re staying for 14 or 21 nights, you’ll even get a free bottle of bubbles as a farewell gift!
Food: Standard, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free options, and more. Ovolo Southside also offers a Last Supper Meal – an extra indulgent menu paired with a drink of your choice.
In-room fitness gear: Yoga mat, gliders, and resistance bands (the latter two not available in Mini Rooms). You can purchase larger equipment online, but you must inform the hotel beforehand, so that they can move it in (there may be an extra fee, though!)
Extras: Mindfulness kit, nail varnish kit (upon purchase).
The economical choice: From $580 per night in a 21.5sqm Mini Twin room.
Go deluxe!: From $4,800 per night in a 60sqm Rockstar Suite.
Ovolo Southside, 64 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, p. 2165 1000, 黃竹坑黃竹坑道64號香港奧華酒店–南岸
2. Pentahotel Hong Kong, Kowloon
Pentahotel Kowloon has two quarantine packages, with the main differences being the room itself and the meal plan. For the Penta Standard Quarantine Package, you’ll get to stay in the comfy Penta Standard Room. You can choose from six meal plans on the Balanced Eats, where all the dishes are MSG-free and prepared by the hotel’s own kitchen team. As for the Penta Plus Quarantine Package, you’ll get to stay in the slightly larger, more stylish Penta Plus Room. It comes with an elevated Eat Well menu (which features more options), plus a hearty house-made soup with your meal. Yum!
Food: Regular, seafood-free, halal, veggie, vegan, and more.
Extras: Quick and extra friendly service!
The economical choice: From $600 per night in a 22sqm Penta Standard Room.
Go deluxe!: From $1,600 per night in a 44sqm Penta Suite.
Pentahotel Hong Kong, Kowloon, 19 Luk Hop Street, San Po Kong, Hong Kong, p. 3112 8222, 新蒲崗六合街19號香港九龍貝爾特酒店
3. Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong
Rejuvenate in the intuitively designed guest rooms and suites at Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong. With the signature Marriott bedding, LCD TVs, rainforest showers in pristine marble bathrooms, and scenic views of Victoria Harbour, you’ll be able to truly kick back and relax.
Food: Three meals a day. With the premium plan, the menu rotates every five days, with soups, salads, fruits, and drinks offered with each meal.
Extras: Views, views, views!
The economical choice: From $890 per night in a 24sqm City View Room.
Go deluxe!: From $2,990 per night in a 49sqm Executive Suite.
Find out more about Courtyard by Marriott’s Designated Quarantine Programme.
Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong, 167 Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, p. 3717 8888, 西營盤干諾道西167號香港萬怡酒店
4. Nina Hotel Island South
While Nina Hotel Island South may be a little remote compared to some other hotels on this list, it’s bounded by the sea and has generously sized suites – perfect for a getaway. Some rooms even have balconies or full-length terraces! You can also choose your views, whether it’s south towards Deepwater Bay and Aberdeen, or north towards the greenery of The Peak. We love that Nina Hotel Island South has a friendly robot, Genie, on its team. At the request of families, he can deliver meals to your door, giving your kids a cute surprise!
Food: Set menus – standard, vegetarian, halal, healthy options, and a kids’ menu. For a la carte, you can order from the room service menu for an additional charge.
In-room fitness gear: You can stay active by adding on a variety of exercise equipment to your room. These include a stationary bike, yoga mat, resistance band, sit-up bar, and waist-twisting board (charged individually).
Extras: Young Master Craft Beer Pairing Snack Set ($70) and Low-cal Feast Afternoon Tea Set ($220) are available if you fancy a cheeky pick-me-up.
The economical choice: From $950 per night in a 30sqm City View Room.
Go deluxe!: From $4,500 per night in the 81sqm Grand Aqua Suite (with balcony).
Nina Hotel Island South, 55 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, p. 3968 8888, 黃竹坑黃竹坑道55號南灣如心酒店
5. Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong, Tung Chung
While Sheraton Hong Kong in TST has just been taken off the list of designated quarantine hotels in Hong Kong, Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong, Tung Chung is also an excellent choice and a great value for money. Its relatively remote location on Lantau shouldn’t be a problem, really, unless you’re trying to order in food from the city centre. And with the hotel’s comfortably designed rooms and premium beddings, you’ll be able to rest easy throughout your stay. The best part about Four Points by Sheraton is that its Ocean View Rooms and Suites provide an unobstructed view of the sea – and the beautiful sunset, too!
Food: Daily full-board meals with Asian and Western set menus, along with vegetarian options. We don’t mean to spoil the surprise for you, but we hear that the hotel dishes out treats every Friday…!
In-room fitness gear: Each room comes with its own foam exercise mat.
Extras: Again – views, views, views. Plus, you get complimentary access to thousands of newspapers and magazines on PressReader – no more excuses for not reading! Furthermore, the hotel provides complimentary laundry detergents and sponges for you to do your own washing up.
The economical choice: From $990 per night in a 20sqm Traditional Room.
Go deluxe!: From $2,600 per night in a 35sqm Ocean View Suite.
Find out more about Four Point by Sheraton’s Fun-filled Quarantine Stay Package in Hong Kong.
Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong, Tung Chung, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung, Hong Kong, p. 2352 8035, 東涌怡東路9號香港東涌福朋喜來登酒店
6. Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island
With spa-like bathrooms, great cityscape views, and plenty of natural light, Hotel Indigo will help you settle right in at the heart of the 852. BTW, there’s a deal going on right now: you can enjoy an initial round of a fully stocked mini bar if you get a booking (while stocks last.) There’s also a Nespresso machine in the rooms – with unlimited coffee capsules, creamers, and sugar!
Food: We heard that some people didn’t like the breakfast, but loved the lunch and dinner options, which included steak and lobster.
Extras: The hotel gives out seeds and little planters, so that you can nurture your plant and add some greenery to your room during your stay. How thoughtful! Oh, and there are electric blackout curtains and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. What more do we need to say?
The (relatively) economical choice: From $1,290 per night in a 30sqm Superior Room.
Go deluxe!: From $3,980 per night in a 63sqm Premier Suite.
Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island, 246 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 3926 3888, 灣仔皇后大道東246號港島英迪格酒店
7. Mira Moon Hotel
This award-winning design boutique hotel is a stunner with its Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival-inspired interiors. Take your pick between the New Moon Room, Half Moon Room, Full Moon Room, and the exclusive Moonshine Suite perched on the 36th floor. Chic, cosy yet equally elegant, even Mira Moon’s most ‘basic’ rooms will be sure to satisfy. We mean, how can we complain when there’s a queen-size bed, HD LED TV, airplay speakers, plus a marble bathroom with a walk-in rain shower and a bathtub?
Food: Full board menus, with choices ranging from local and international flavours to green gourmet.
In-room fitness gear: Complimentary rental of yoga mats. You can also rent the ultra-quiet flat walking pad at an extra cost. All equipment is subject to availability.
Extras: All rooms have a Nespresso coffee machine with complimentary Nespresso capsules and teacakes.
The (relatively) economical choice: From $1,230 per night in a 21sqm New Moon Room.
Go deluxe!: From $7,000 per night in the 116sqm Moonshine Suite.
Find out more about Mira Moon’s Quarantine On The Moon.
Mira Moon Hotel, 388 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, p. 2643 8888, 銅鑼灣謝斐道388號問月酒店
8. Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong
Looking for a family-friendly quarantine hotel in Hong Kong? If you have the budget and are quarantining with your little ones, Kerry Hotel is your best bet. This urban five-star hotel along the Kowloon waterfront boasts spacious rooms – even for its most economical options – thus allowing plenty of space for toys, games, and even tents for your kids.
Food: Full-board meal plan with set menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner – all available to cater to special dietary requirements, and are served in cornstarch trays with reusable cutlery (Mama Earth is happy!). A bonus is that you can order takeaway for the hotel’s Instagrammable afternoon tea sets – complete with a fancy tower arrangement and all – to be delivered to your room. Kudos to the top-tier customer services here!
Entertainment: If there’s any hotel on this list that provides quality quarantine entertainment, it’d be the Kerry Hotel. From head massage lessons and yoga classes, to wine tasting sessions with the hotel sommelier, Kerry Hotel advertises its myriad of online activities through an exclusive Facebook group, which guests are invited to join upon checking in.
Extras: Laundry powder, dishwashing liquid, and sponges. Unlimited Nespresso capsules and free printing services, which are particularly useful for students. Also, we hear there are treats – think desserts, cakes, chocolate, and even a certificate of completion – delivered to you on the last three days of your quarantine, which we find oh-so-sweet (pun intended). Oh, and the VIEWS, of course. Need we say more?
The (relatively) economical choice: From $1,806 per night in a 42sqm Deluxe City View Room.
Go deluxe!: From $15,000 per night in the 90sqm Executive Sea View Suite with Balcony.
Find out more about Kerry Hotel’s quarantine packages.
Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Hong Kong, p. 2733 8786, 紅磡灣紅鸞道38號香港嘉里酒店
9. One-Eight-One Hotel & Serviced Residences
With floor-to-ceiling windows offering magnificent views of the Victoria Harbour, as well as top-notch services, One-Eight-One is one of our favourite quarantine hotels in Hong Kong. Providing rental services for PS5 and Nintendo Switch, plus complimentary use of Bluetooth speakers, the spacious rooms are ideal for solo travellers and families alike. Some rooms have bathtubs, so that you can pamper yourself with the hotel’s premium organic bathroom amenities.
Food: Full board meal plan with set breakfast, set lunch, and set dinner.
In-room fitness gear: Complimentary rental of yoga mat and cross-training resistance band.
Extras: You’ll be greeted by a welcome gift and snack basket upon arrival. And of course, there’s complimentary Nespresso coffee.
The (relatively) economical choice: From $1,964 per night in a 33sqm Urban Room.
Go deluxe: From $4,486 per night in a 70sqm Harbour Suite.
Go crazy!: From $50,000 per room per night in a 106sqm Sky Residences Suite – ideal for families of four.
Find out more about One-Eight-One’s quarantine packages.
One-Eight-One Hotel & Serviced Residences, 181 Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, p. 3181 1688, 西營盤干諾道西181號One-Eight-One酒店及服務式住宅
10. The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
Does The Landmark Mandarin Oriental need much introduction, really? One of the most prestigious luxury hotels in the world, you can be assured that you get what you pay for here – though yes, it is spenny. The LMO Quarantine Long Stay Plan includes a full board meal arrangement; all rooms contain a sunken hourglass bathtub, an ample walk-in closet, vanity units with mirror TV, and plenty other luxurious amenities. One thing to bear in mind is that this hotel does not allow food deliveries from outside, but we’ve heard that they’re basically unnecessary at the MO, because the food is simply amazing. So cheers to that!
Food: Stellar breakfast, two-course lunch, and three-course dinner daily, with vegetarian options available. You can choose the times for your meals to be served.
In-room fitness gear: Subject to availability.
Extras: 20% discount on in-room menus for additional food and beverage orders (excluding the mini bar).
The (relatively) economical choice: From $3,630 per night in a 42sqm L450 Superior Room.
Go crazy!: From $55,000 per night in the 166sqm Entertainment Suite.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2132 0188, 中環皇后大道中15號置地廣場香港置地文華東方酒店