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Suite escape: Wynn Palace offers the ultimate getaway

The first half of the year seems to have flown by, and if you’re anything like us and haven’t had a moment’s rest — chances are you’re in need of a relaxing vacation (or staycation) to recharge and reset before tackling the rest of 2018. For those seeking an easy retreat just a ferry’s ride away from Hong Kong, we’ve got the perfect solution for you: a special Suite Credit Offer that’s just launched at the luxurious Wynn Palace to enjoy all of their fabulous facilities, culminating in the perfect solo retreat or weekend getaway with your SO to reenergise for the rest of 2018.

Head to the glitzy Wynn Palace for a 5-star weekend retreat.

With nightly prices starting from just HK$1,899 (available through 12 July), you’ll want to snap up this deal quick: enjoy the ‘suite life’ at one of the Wynn Palace’s plush accommodations, choosing from the Executive Suite, Fountain Suite, Parlor Suite or Fountain Salon Suite. Each suite comes equipped with state-of-the-art bespoke amenities, including a 65-inch HD television, plush King-sized bed, roomy bathroom in Italian marble with his and hers vanities, deep-soaking bathtub and shower, and private living room and sitting areas. In the Parlor Suite, enjoy floor-to-ceiling views over glittering Macau; over in the Executive Suite, amenities are truly fit for a king with a palatial bed dressed in 507-thread-count sheets of Egyptian cotton and an enormous walk-in closet.

The Fountain Salon Suite is fit for royalty.

While it’ll be hard to tear yourself away from the room’s lush amenities, you’ll want to reserve some portion of your day to check out the Wynn Palace’s 5-star facilities, with guests booking the Suite Credit Offer receiving a HK$688 resort credit to be used on shopping, dining or spa. If you’re looking for a memento to take home, stop by The Wynn Shop to browse through the range of specialty curated luxury items, from an exclusive array of gifts to home and travel gear and luscious skincare.

Or better yet, head straight to The Spa to pamper your skin right away: The tranquil retreat is reminiscent of the ancient royal residences of China, with an array of splendid treatments to match. Try the “Emperors and Empress” couples’ chakra-balancing massage followed by a reenergising facial, or opt for the Rose Crystal Ritual which commences with a soothing rose crystal bath followed by a healing massage. Whether you prefer facials, massages or scrubs, The Spa’s treatments are designed to revitalise your mind, body and spirit, while soothing away tired knots and stresses.

Savour a splendid spa treatment followed by a relaxing dip at The Spa.

After a relaxing spa session, lovers of fine gastronomy will want to head to one of Wynn Palace’s award-winning F&B outlets, from spicy Sichuan food with a slice of table-side flair at Andrea’s to a quintessential American steakhouse experience at SW Steakhouse.

Wynn Palace - Andrea's
Sample the complexity of spicy Sichuan and Hunan dishes; the distinctive tastes of Yunnan province; and the delicate cooking of Huaiyang all at Andrea’s.

Whether you love shopping or spas, fine dining or simply cosying up in bed, Wynn Palace has you covered for the ultimate urban retreat. Under the gold-gilded, palatial roof of the resort, you’re sure to feel your stresses melt away, even if just for a short weekend getaway.

The Wynn Palace Suite Credit offer is valid for bookings from now through 12 July, excluding the weekend of 15–17 June. Bookings must be made before 15 June. Includes HK$688 Resort Credit per night to be used in The Wynn Shop, The Gift Shop, Ferrari Store, SPA & Salon and all F&B outlets; complimentary internet; and 2pm late check-out for Wynn Insiders / WeChat fans. 

For more information and bookings, visit the Wynn Palace website here.

Leslie Yeh

Editor in Chief

Having worked as a lifestyle editor for almost 10 years, Leslie is thrilled to be writing about the topic she loves most: wining and dining. When she's not out pounding the pavement for the latest new restaurant opening or tracking food trends, Leslie can be found at home whipping up a plate of rigatoni vodka and binge-watching Netflix with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc in hand.

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