Expedia wants to give everyone a chance to enjoy an unforgettable Hong Kong staycation. Every week in November the “Go All Out, Breakaway Staycation” giveaway gives you the chance to win a stay at one of 22 leading Hong Kong hotels.

You don’t even need to make any bookings on the Expedia website to enter—the competition is open to all eligible Hong Kong residents aged 18 or above. You only need to answer a simple question and can stand a chance to win a night in hotels like The St. Regis Hong Kong, Rosewood Hong Kong Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, and more.

It’s no secret that Hong Kong people love to travel. Travel restrictions might remain, but let’s seize the day and breakaway from 2020 routines with the opportunity to win staycation experiences throughout this month of celebrations.

Due to the current pandemic situation, everyone should remember to practice good hygiene when you are out and about. Also remember to check the latest advisories and restrictions announced by the government.

How to enter:

Potential winners will be selected based on the creativity and originality of their entry submitted during each entry period. You can enter once every round during the giveaway month, however, each person may not win more than one prize during the entire giveaway campaign.*

Don’t forget to check out our Facebook page for giveaway campaign updates and get staycation inspirations.

Round 1: November 5–7, 2020

First Prize: The St. Regis Hong Kong

The one thing that must not be missed at The St. Regis Hong Kong is their iconic St. Regis butler service. From the first moment you step into the hotel, they will provide you with exceptional all-round service. Your butler will also do homework about you before your stay to understand your interests and to follow your taste so you can enjoy a perfect accommodation experience. In addition, the hotel will directly take guests to the room for in-room check-in. Apart from the high degree of privacy, you can also be free from worries about safety and health issues.

Second Prize: Lanson Place

This boutique hotel is hidden in the downtown area of Causeway Bay. The appearance of the Lanson Place European architecture combines classical and modern design elements at the same time, giving out a sense of the British style. In addition, it only takes eight minutes to walk from the hotel to Tai Hang, which is known as the “Backyard Garden of Causeway Bay”. Experience the small and peaceful community and visit the featured shops.

Third Prize: Holiday Inn Golden Mile

Holiday Inn Golden Mile is based in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. Even if you haven’t had a chance to stay in the hotel, you should take a walk passed it. The hotel was revamped a few years ago and all facilities are elegantly furnished. Other than the large shopping mall in Tsim Sha Tsui, take a visit to Chungking Mansions. Chungking Mansions is where many of Hong Kong’s minorities gather and you may also enjoy an affordable South Asian cuisine in this secret garden.


Round 2: November 9–11, 2020

First Prize: JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, one of the three treasures of Admiralty, is located above Pacific Place. The hotel should be very familiar to everyone. As the hotel is located in the center of the city, the transportation is very convenient. Also, it is very popular, and often being fully booked. Other than the fabulous views of the hotel, you can also visit the old and valuable tree in Hong Kong Park. Remember to enjoy the mouth-watering buffet before you leave the hotel!

Second Prize: L’hotel Causeway Bay Harbour View

L’hotel Causeway Bay Harbour View  is one of the hotels under L’Hotel Management Group. Remember to get off at Tin Hau station that is closer to the hotel. Although it is not surrounded by large shopping malls, there is definitely the food paradise of Hong Kong Island. As Ching Fung Street in Tin Hau is just a step away from the hotel, it is one of the well-known food streets in Hong Kong. You can find all kinds of popular local foods in this food paradise. You really can start eating from the head to the end of the street.

Third Prize: L’hotel Nina et Convention Centre

L’hotel Nina et Convention Centre is the flagship hotel of L’Hotel Management Group. It is located in the downtown of Tsuen Wan and the traffic is very convenient. There are also several shopping malls around, it only takes 4 minutes from the hotel to the DON DON DONKI OP Mall. Besides, you can visit The Mills, the nearby innovative landmark, to learn about the history of the old Hong Kong textile industry. You can also stop by and support the handicraft shops and studios of local creative brands.


Round 3: November 12–14, 2020

First Prize: Rosewood Hong Kong

Rosewood Hong Kong, the six-star hotel located by the waterfront of Tsim Sha Tsui, is believed to be on most people’s to-go list, and recently, we can often see its appearance on different KOL’s Instagram. The marble retro bathroom and the large bathtub in the hotel room is probably the fantasy of most girl and will be in love with it. The infinity pool integrated with the Victoria Harbour is also a well-known check-in hotspot at Rosewood Hong Kong, where you can surely feel like having a vacation in a foreign country.

Second Prize: Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong

Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong is another hotel option that has a 180-degree Victoria Harbour sea view and an infinity swimming pool for “Instagramable” pictures. The hotel is located in North Point, and the price is relatively more affordable. The hotel has a special feature, which its gym room is very different from ordinary hotels, you can experience an innovative fitness journey with the VR flying machine. If you are hungry after finishing your fitness session, you can take a few stops by tram to Tai On Building and grab yourself some local street food.

Third Prize: The Fleming Hong Kong

Located in Wan Chai, The Fleming Hong Kong is themed with a timeless classic design inspired by the cross harbour ferries. You will be immersed in the nostalgic feel of good old times. The design has infiltrated every aspect of the hotel, including the handrails, the room number signages and the decorations. If you want to experience the real cross harbour ferry and enjoy the seaview of Victoria Habour, it only takes 10 minutes from the hotel to Wan Chai pier for a real ferry ride.


Round 4: November 16–18, 2020

First Prize: The Ritz Carlton Hong Kong

Flycation can overlook the scenery of Hong Kong. However, if you want to enjoy a cup of coffee and be relaxed while you enjoy the beautiful scenery, the highest hotel in Hong Kong-The Ritz Carlton Hong Kong will be your best choice! You can enjoy both the day and night scenery of Victoria Harbour in most of the room types. The West Kowloon Cultural District is also nearby the hotel, where you can participate in their art activities, or you can ride a bicycle along the waterfront and have a picnic in the park to enjoy a leisure holiday.

Second Prize: Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel

The well-known hotel Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel is located in Tsim Sha Tsui. It is very convenient as you can visit the nearby Space Museum, Cultural Center, and K11, and enjoy whatever you want. If you are staying here, you can enjoy a candlelight dinner at the famous steakhouse in the hotel – Morton’s of Chicago. Remember to book early, because many people will celebrate their birthdays or anniversaries here. After that, you can go up to the Sky Lounge, and get yourself a drink and enjoy the fascinating night view of Victoria Harbour.

Third Prize: Silvermine Beach Resort

After spending so many weekends in the city, it is time to go to the countryside and breath some fresh air. The Silvermine Beach Resort in Mui Wo is an ideal option to enjoy a quiet and comfortable holiday away from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. You can also go to the nearby beach and have a barbecue with your family and friends. It is very suitable for a family staycation.


Round 5: November 19–21, 2020

First Prize: The Murray, Hong Kong, a Niccolo Hotel

The government office building built in 1969 has been revitalised and turned into The Murray, Hong Kong, a Niccolo Hotel. Not only retaining the original unique exterior design and the century-old tree, but it also added new elements to the building, hence there are a lot of check-in spots. Besides, the hotel has opened “The Historic Murray Tour” to both hotel guests and the public, to introduce the hotel’s rich history and the revitalization process, it should be an eye-opening cultural experience for everyone.

Second Prize: Hotel ICON

You should have heard the Hotel ICON. The Market buffet under the Hotel ICON is very famous, and it is one of the best high-quality buffets in the city. Many people will schedule a date to try out the signature durian desserts. There is a saying that The Market will use at least 1.5 tons of Durian meat every month, you can imagine how popular their durian desserts are. If you have the opportunity to stay at Hotel ICON, you must try it out. I can picture the mouthwatering taste while we are talking about it now!

Third Prize: Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Kowloon East

Last but not the least, how can you left out Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Kowloon East in Tseung Kwan O? The property is situated near the MTR station and is connected to the Popcorn shopping mall. Besides your usual indoor “eat, buy and have fun” modus operandi, do you know that Tseung Kwan O is the best location for cycling? The cycling trail here spans across from Tiu Keng Leng to Po Lam MTR stations and extends to Lohas Park via South Waterfront Promenade. Try out next time and enjoy the natural scenery.


Round 6: November 23–25, 2020

First Prize: The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong is located in the heart of the city, connected to the luxurious shopping mall Landmark. It is enough to prove its value as a luxury. No matter you like drinking or not, Lan Kwai Fong is still worth a visit. You can find a bunch of bars in a short L-shaped street. If you are not interested in drinking, you can keep walking to the mid-levels and arrived in SoHo, where you can find different unique restaurants other than western food.

Second Prize: Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island

Have you ever seen a floating swimming pool in Wan Chai? It is the well-known floating glass-bottom swimming pool of Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island. If you are not afraid of heights, you can try diving underwater and enjoy the street view of Wan Chai through the glass. Besides, the hotel is located at Wan Chai, which emerged with both old and new elements, therefore the hotel design has also incorporated both traditional and modern concepts. You can also visit the nearby Blue House, an awarded building in UNESCO Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage, to learn about the anecdotes of common people through generations.

Third Prize: Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Kowloon CBD2

Most Holiday Inn hotels are usually located at convenient locations, their price is not very high and their CP value is quite good, so they are very popular amongst business travelers. Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Kowloon CBD2 is located in Kwun Tong. Along with the government’s revitalisation of industrial buildings plan, many industrial buildings in this district have been turned into commercial buildings, which brought a lot of business opportunities. Besides, there are also a lot of beautiful and unique cafe nearby, where you can enjoy a relaxing afternoon and afterward walk to Kwun Tong promenade for a wonderful view of the sunset.


Round 7: November 26–28, 2020

First Prize: Renaissance Hong Kong

Located near the Wan Chai ferry pier, Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel is famous for its panoramic view of the Victoria Harbour. Families should not miss this property for a staycation as it hosts a large open pool and playground for kids to have fun with. The hotel is also next to another iconic landmark – Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). HKCEC hosts a variety of events and exhibitions, along with where the Golden Bauhinia Square is located. Don’t miss the 6-meter tall Golden Bauhinia statue!

Second Prize: Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East

You might have seen this place on TV even you haven’t been to the Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East as it has been featured in many TV series. One of the iconic places is the 3/F The Garden, an open field that is popular amongst newlyweds. Another photogenic spot would be the spiral staircase that connects the lobby and 1/F. If you have time, don’t miss the outdoor restaurant and bar on the rooftop while enjoying the wonderful city view.

Third Prize: InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong

InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong is located at Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, right next to the harbour view of TST East. If you are visiting the neighborhood, Hong Kong Science Museum is our recommended go-to place for all. All-in-one full day fun with science exhibitions, interesting games as well as photogenic spots along the Mirror Hallway and Mirrors of Invisibility.

Fourth Prize: Holiday Inn Express Causeway Bay Hong Kong

Introducing Holiday Inn Express Causeway Bay Hong Kong. The popular shopping spot is also a great destination for eating out and watching movies. However, you can do it anywhere else. Check out the nearby Happy Valley Racecourse and learn about horse racing in Hong Kong. In addition to experiencing the atmosphere of live horseracing on Wednesday night, you can also visit the Museum on the second floor to learn about racehorses!

Fifth Prize: Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Mongkok

Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Mongkok is located on the very lively Dundas Street of Mong Kok. With a few steps away, you can enter the shopping districts of Mong Kok, including Ladies’ Street (Tung Choi Street), Sneaker Street (Fa Yuen Street), and Sai Yeung Choi South Street, you can shop and eat all the way. If you are tired of hanging around Mong Kok, you can walk a little further to the night market – Temple Street. The unique characteristics of Temple Street make it become one of the iconic spots in Hong Kong. Here you can enjoy some local foods in the food stall or pay a visit to a fortune-teller.


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