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