Rosewood Hong Kong unveils resort-inspired staycations for the entire family

WITH many summer vacations currently on hold in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rosewood Hong Kong have revealed the perfect alternative with the Summer at Rosewood staycation, perfect for the entire family to enjoy from the nearby comfort of home. 

From 11 July to 9 August 2020, families can either opt for a “Summer Getaway” comprising two to six nights, or stay for seven or more nights as “Camp Rosewood” guests, who are gifted a couple’s massage for an added perk of indulgence. With an impressive multitude of activities and experiences to embark on.

Yoga class at Rosewood Hong Kong’s wellness destination Asaya

With an exciting multitude of adventures and experiences to embark on, Summer at Rosewood caters to a diverse variety of interests and talents just waiting to be discovered. A plethora of daily-rotating activities are specifically tailored for children, adults only, and the whole family as a collective, in addition to access to the expansive menu at wellness destination Asaya, Rosewood’s high-tech fitness centre, and a host of acclaimed dining and entertaining options.

Cheese pairing master class and cocktail-making at DarkSide

Curated for those in favour of sports-based activities, children can throw themselves into yoga, boxing, Zumba, with an exciting opportunity to learn basic skills with Rugby Sevens player Max Woodward. Oversized board games and scavenger hunts are sure to keep the intellects of the family amused and stimulated, while others can choose from cooking and drama lessons to afternoon excursions on Lantau Island. 

Indulgent and educational activities for adults include a cheese pairing master class with with Rosewood’s resident sommelier, cocktail-making at DarkSide, exclusive access to Cartier jewellery specialists, test drives with Maserati, and leather lessons with Delvaux and fragrance sessions with Penhaligon’s.

Rosewood Hong Kong suite

by Cara Jenkins

For more information, visit the Rosewood Hong Kong here. Both Summer Getaway (rates starting from HK$9,700) and Camp Rosewood (rates starting from HK$36,350) include daily breakfast for the family at Holt’s Café, based on availability.


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