Looking for a bridal shower venue in Hong Kong? Whether your invite list is long or short, we’ve got some winning bachelorette party ideas.
A bridal shower is one of the most anticipated events leading up to the wedding day itself, so you want to make sure it’s one to remember! Usually, the hardest part of the planning process is choosing a suitable venue, because you need to take into account the number of attendees and varying budgets. For those in need of bachelorette party ideas, we’ve compiled a list of bridal shower venues in Hong Kong that the bride-to-be will surely love.
Editor’s Note: The situation in Hong Kong regarding COVID risk and restrictions is constantly evolving. Opening times and maximum capacity for private dining and certain offerings might vary based on the latest social distancing measures.
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Above & Beyond, Hotel Icon
Hotel Icon showcases work from the city’s most celebrated designers, and housed on its 28th floor of the hotel is Above & Beyond. The sophisticated space resembles a cosy private club with artsy books and Asian artefacts lining its dark timber walls. The private dining rooms can accommodate a minimum of 20 to 32 people, with a set lunch available at $550 per person or a set dinner for $1,088 per person (plus 10% service charge). The space has floor-to-ceiling views of Victoria Harbour, which will provide a stunning backdrop to your event.
Above & Beyond, 28/F, Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3400 1317, www.hotel-icon.com
If you’re looking for a fine dining celebration, check out Michelin-starred restaurant, Épure. Showcasing the finest seasonal ingredients from France, it’s a stunning option for an uncomplicated yet elegant bridal shower. For afternoon tea, you can choose to sit indoor or outdoor. For around 30 people, the minimum charge for indoor dining is $38,000 (plus 10% service charge), for the indoor café it is $25,000 (plus 10% service charge), and for outdoor dining or the bar area it is $18,000 (plus 10% service charge).
Épure, Shop 403, Level 4 Ocean Centre, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3185 8338, WhatsApp: 5545 2133, www.epure.hk
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Located in the Tai Kwun, Madame Fu Grand Café Chinois is a great East meets Wests restaurant. It’s comprised of six different rooms, which each have their own personality and décor. Why not host your shower in the Whiskey Lounge (which holds a maximum of 26 people) or go girly and host your celebration in the Pink Room (which holds a maximum of 18 people). The current minimum spend is $15,000 for lunch and $20,000 for dinner in the Whisky Lounge, and $18,000 for both lunch and dinner in the Pink Room. Not only is this venue Insta-worthy, but the food is also excellent.
Madame Fu, Tai Kwun, 3/F, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 2114 2118, www.madamefu.com.hk
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Does your bride-to-be love French cuisine? If so, Maison ES is a lovely venue to host a bridal shower. The restaurant can house up to 74 guests for an exquisite sit-down meal in its sun-filled, vintage-inspired venue. Available for booking in the day or evening, the cost varies by day and time. Food menus and beverage packages can be tailor-designed by Chef Esther Sham to suit the party’s liking.
Maison Es, 1A Star Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2521 8121, www.maison-es.com
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Located on the 118th floor of the ICC, Ozone is one of the highest vantage points in the city. You might feel your ears popping on the way up, but the view is such a treat for your eyes. The private dining area, O3, provides a 270-degree panorama of Victoria Harbour. It requires a minimum spend of $15,000 (plus a 10% service charge) for and accommodates up to eight guests. By hosting your bridal shower at Ozone, you can literally celebrate among the clouds!
Ozone, The Ritz-Carlton, Level 118, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2263 2270, www.ritzcarlton.com
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The Luxe Manor
The Eden Room in The Luxe Manor is a pretty little indoor flower garden which is a perfect, intimate bridal shower venue. This specific room seats six to 10 people for lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, and the cost per person varies depending on the meal type. The lunch event package is $800 per person, afternoon tea is $400 per person, and dinner is $980 per person. With all of the beautiful flowers everywhere, you definitely won’t need to worry about buying any extra decorations!
The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3763 8783, www.theluxemanor.com
An evening bridal shower is often a much more intimate option, especially when it’s held in a venue like the private dining room at WHISK in The Mira hotel. WHISK has been meticulously designed with hanging baubles all over and is quite spacious. The seating area in the private room is set to accommodate a maximum of 14 people and can be rented from 6:30pm to 10:30pm for a minimum charge of $12,000 (plus 10% service charge).
Whisk, The Mira, 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2315 5999, www.themirahotel.com
Known to serve up some of the best tacos in Hong Kong, 11 Westside is also loved for its edgy décor and amazing hospitality. You can rent out a private room for 30 to 35 people, with a minimum spend of $20,000 (plus 10% service charge). If you have a party of 60 people or more, you could also book the semi-private space in addition to a private room.
11 Westside, 1/F, The Hudson, 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 9300 8068, www.11westside.com
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally written by Manisha Nair in February 2019 and was most recently updated by Team Sassy in September 2022.
Main image courtesy of Ozone, image 1 courtesy of Above & Beyond via Instagram, image 2 courtesy of Madame Fu via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of The Luxe Manor.