Boutique Hotel

1 night

View List

Guide to Honeymoons in Hong Kong

Romantic HK

Hong Kong is the dream honeymoon destination for couples that love luxury hotels, vibrant cityscapes, bustling streets and world-class cuisine. The thriving metropolis offers endless possibilities, with so many things to do and see.  

Luxury hotel packages, exciting activities and romantic restaurants in Hong Kong—we have your honeymoon covered. Say your ‘I dos’ and journey with us through this historic city with the ultimate guide to honeymoons in Hong Kong. 

Where to stay on your Hong Kong Honeymoon?

Looking for the perfect combination of luxury and romance? Then these are two Hong Kong hotels that you’ll love, that are close to all the romantic things to do in Hong Kong. 

Ovolo Central

Sitting at the crossroads of SOHO and Lan Kwai Fong, Ovolo Central offers a prime location for honeymooners looking to explore some of the city’s major attractions, whether you want to shop, dine or dance the night away. The designer hotel features spacious and stylish rooms and suites, including their Radio Hotel Suite, which sits on its own private floor. This glamorous suite features a king-sized bed, modern furnishings, rich art pieces, a fully-loaded minibar and dramatic inner-city views. 

Southside by Ovolo

Located in Hong Kong’s trendy Wong Chuk Hang district, Southside by Ovolo is a warehouse-turned-luxury-hotel perfect for honeymooners eager to explore the south of the island. The luxury hotel is also a fine fit for art lovers, with a striking mix of international and local artwork on display. Southside by Ovolo’s Rock Star Suites create the setting for an unforgettable honeymoon, with stunning views of the South Island, an in-built bar, custom artwork, plush furnishings and a cosy queen bed. 

Romantic Restaurants in Hong Kong


Arbor is a Michelin-starred restaurant located in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district. The restaurant brings a certain understated elegance with arched ceilings, botanic tones and sweeping city views—providing a romantic setting for honeymooners to dine in true Hong Kong style. The innovative menu is inspired by nature and combines seasonal produce sourced mainly from Japan with French gastronomic techniques. 


With an unbeatable 17th-floor location overlooking Victoria Harbour, Aqua is another top dining destination for honeymooners. Start your romantic Hong Kong dinner with outdoor cocktails before taking your seat and discovering a fusion of Japanese and Italian flavours. Aqua’s signature dining menu features a selection of high-quality bites, including seared hamachi and scallop sushi, duck ragu tagliatelle and charcoal-grilled black cod marinated with saikyo miso.  


Estro is a fine dining Italian experience featuring elevated Neapolitan dishes created using modern cooking techniques. Located in Hong Kong’s Central district, Estro is perfect for leisurely lunches or romantic dinners, with curated multi-course menus featuring scallops with caramelised cauliflower, long scialatielli with king crab, and red prawn with coral panna cotta, lemon and caviar. 

Romantic Things to do in Hong Kong

Romantic Restaurant

Hong Kong is a city ripe with romantic things to do, whether an adventure in nature or exploring the city’s cultural landmarks, bustling street markets or breathtaking harbour.

Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak is the highest point on Hong Kong Island, offering unsurpassed views of the city and harbour below. Honeymooners can hop on the Morning Trail—a paved but steep 2.8km trek to the top—and journey down the mountain’s western side to Pok Fu Lam. Alternatively, visitors can take the famous Peak Tram, take in the romantic views and enjoy a bite to eat at the top. 

Victoria Peak

Tian Tan Buddha

For a little honeymoon adventure, take a journey over to Lantau Island to visit the Big Buddha—the second-largest bronze-seated Buddha in the world. From Tung Chung MTR station, hop on the Ngong Ping 360 cable car and take in the spectacular sea and mountain views as you make your way to Ngong Ping Village. The challenging 260 steps up to the Big Buddha are worth it, with a viewing platform offering sweeping views of Lantau Island. Tian Tan Buddha also sits beside Po Lin Monastery, a large temple complex with an active community of Buddhist monks featuring shrines, statues and a Hall of the Ten Thousand Buddhas.  

Temple Street Night Market

The Temple Street Night Market is an excellent option for Hong Kong honeymooners looking for a taste of local culture. The colourful market in Jordan is one of the city’s major attractions with its street-lined stalls, selection of aromatic street food, local performers and fortune tellers. It is also the ideal spot to pick up a souvenir to remember your honeymoon in Hong Kong. 

Temple Street Night Market