Celebrating its first Valentine’s Day, The Hari Hong Kong, which opened its doors just over a month ago, brings you a series of staycation and dining offers that will surely get you and your loved one even more excited for the most romantic time of the year.
The hotel has launched two romantic room packages – Rom-Coms & Chill and Romance in Style – for couples seeking a one-of-a-kind, luxurious staycation experience in our elegant yet relaxed guest rooms and suites, while Lucciola Restaurant & Bar and Zoku Restaurant & Terrace, the hotel’s Italian and Japanese restaurants, are both offering a special Valentine’s Day menu featuring some of its most popular signature dishes.
The Hari Hong Kong’s exquisite guest rooms and suites exude a sense of relaxed elegance and showcase a layered approached to the design created by Tara Bernerd & Partners, and this Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to experience the hotel’s effortless modern aesthetics and warm hospitality.
A highlight in both our romantic room packages is the in-room cocktail experience, where our Beverage Manager Sabrina Cantini Budden or one of our other talented mixologists will make their way to your guest room or suite with our bespoke cocktail trolley to shake, stir and pour a delectable concoction for you and your loved one to kick off an evening of romantic celebration.
Rom-Coms & Chill
Date: February 1 to March 31, 2021
Price: starts from HK$1,500 per room per night + 10% service charge
Love is in the air! How about watching your favourite romantic flicks in one of our luxurious rooms while snuggling up with your other half? House-made popcorn is just the cherry on top.
Rom-Coms & Chill package includes:
Breakfast for 2 persons
✔️Use of our Airplay, Chromecast and Miracast systems to cast your favourite show onto our HDTV
✔️Special Valentine’s Day set up in the guest room or suite
✔️House-made popcorn in a variety of flavours
✔️Two cocktails created and served in-room from a cocktail cart by our mixologists
✔️10% off Mini Bar Beverage Packages
✔️Check-out till 12pm
✔️This package requires 48 hours advance reservation. Popcorn flavours are subject to availability.
Romance in Style
Price: starts from HK$4,300 per suite per night + 10% service charge
Enjoy a romantic getaway in one of our three luxurious suites with a beautiful balcony overlooking stunning views of Wan Chai and Causeway Bay.
Romance in Style package includes:
✔️Overnight accommodation in one of the hotel’s suites
✔️Breakfast for 2 persons
✔️A personalised in-room cocktail and appetiser
✔️A romantic turndown including your choice of a bottle of champagne, red wine or white wine, as well as rose petals and bubble bath
This package is only available with suite bookings and requires 72 hours advance reservation.
Helmed by Piedmont-native Chef Francesco Gava, Lucciola Restaurant & Bar is offering diners a specially curated five-course Valentine’s Day menu of some of the Italian eatery’s most popular dishes. After an amuse bouche of Freshly Shucked Oyster with Black Pepper & Amalfi Lemon Sauce and a refreshing Alaskan King Crab, Fennel & Cucumber Salad to prime your palate, a creamy Parsnip, Black Mussels and Chervil soup is served to warm your stomach. Guests can choose from a choice of three main courses: the ultra-tender U.S. Prime Beef Ribeye Steak, umami-packed Chilean Sea Bass with Seashell Fish Broth, and the vegetarian-friendly Piedmont-style Ravioli with Impossible Meat. The romantic meal ends on a sweet note with Chef Francesco’s signature traditional Tiramisu, which in Italian translates to “pick me up” or “cheer me up” – perfect for this extra sweet occasion.
Lucciola’s Valentine’s Day menu is priced at HK$1,088 for two. Free-flow beverage package is available at a supplement of HK$288 per person.
Over at Zoku Restaurant & Terrace, Chef Phillip Pak’s refreshing take on Japanese cuisine that focuses on quality and ingenuity shines through in its five-course Valentine’s Day menu. To start, an amuse bouche of Japanese Oyster with Uni and Ponzu whets the appetite, followed by a fresh, tangy starter of Yellowtail Sashimi with Pickled Radish, Yuzu Soy and Serrano. Next is Wagyu Dumplings, a simple yet hearty dish that has received rave reviews since the restaurant’s opening. Diners can then choose between a choice of three main courses, including Chilean Seabass with Sautéed Brussel Sprouts, Yuzu Herb Butter and Oyster Cream; Beef Tenderloin with Seared Foie Gras and Spicy Miso Sauce; and Soba Noodles with Soy Cream, Fried Tofu and Crispy Shallot. A light and refreshing dessert of Japanese Strawberry Ice Cream concludes this satisfying Valentine’s Day meal.
Zoku’s Valentine’s Day menu is priced at HK$1,288 for two. Sake pairing is available at a supplement of HK$488 per person.
Lucciola and Zoku’s Valentine’s Day menus are only available on February 13 & 14, 2021. The above prices are subject to 10% service charge. For full menus, please refer to the appendix.
For bookings and enquiries:
Lucciola Restaurant & Bar – [email protected]/ +852 2129 0333
Zoku Restaurant & Terrace – [email protected] / +852 2129 0338