Pam­per Party

Hong Kong Tatler Weddings - - Essentials -

Indulge in an af­ter­noon of spa treat­ments, cham­pagne and cut­ting-edge Ja­panese fare

Af­ter­noon: Get spoiled with the SpaParty90 pack­age at Grand Hy­att Hong Kong’s Plateau Spa, which starts with a 90-minute spa treat­ment for each guest. The menu in­cludes a sig­na­ture Skin Refin­ing Fa­cial that starts with a moor mud mask to cleanse the skin be­fore a mix­ture of rose­mary and pineap­ple ex­tracts to soothe and re­fine; or a Plateau Mas­sage, which makes use of aro­mather­apy oils and warm stones.

Once the treat­ment is done, the rest of the af­ter­noon can be spent lux­u­ri­at­ing at the spa’s fa­cil­i­ties, tak­ing a dip or loung­ing pool­side

with light snacks such as fresh Viet­namese prawn spring rolls, salmon ce­viche or rasp­berry mac­arons—all washed down with a glass of cham­pagne. And as the af­ter­noon winds down to early evening, who’s to stop you from or­der­ing an­other bot­tle of bub­bles? hongkong.grand.hy­att.com

Din­ner: You may have left the spa but the pam­per­ing con­tin­ues with din­ner at Haku. Helmed by ex­ec­u­tive chef Agustin Balbi, for­merly from The Ocean, Haku serves up mod­ern Ja­panese cui­sine in­spired by chef Hideaki Mat­suo from the three-Miche­lin-starred Kashi­waya in Osaka. Sig­na­ture dishes in­clude chu toro with Kristal caviar and rice tu­ile, served at an open kitchen with bar seat­ing. face­book.com/hakuhongkong

day to indulge Clock­wise from top: Haku’s caviar-topped chu toro; the pool at the Grand Hy­att Hong Kong; the Plateau Spa

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