Dream Bucket List Adventure Feat. Hong Kong: Get Up To 15% Off + Perks @ The Mira Or The Mira Moon

Set on China's south coast, Hong Kong has only seven million people but feels like a country unto itself. Granted, a country rich in contradictions. It’s one of the world's leading financial centers, but here one can also brush up against vendors selling simple meals from crude stalls. Glistening high rises cast shadows across wooden boats. A rickety tram can carry you across the island, while one of the world’s great public transportation systems runs beneath. Hong Kong hotels are filled with folks who enjoy both sophisticated restaurants and the old-world tranquility found at Taoist temples and afternoon tea. 

 

Overlooking orchid-scented Kowloon Park, The Mira Hong Kong is located in the heart of Tsimshatsui. From its award-winning 21st-century spa to the mirrored walls of its crisp contemporary bedrooms, The Mira Hong Kong has been designed as a sanctuary for inner-city reflection. The curving white fins of the lobby’s vaulted ceiling create a sphere of open space, while jade-green stalks of bamboo add soothing natural textures to the private cabanas at Vibes bar. The Mira Hong Kong melds traditional Asian hospitality with touchable technological wizardry. 

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On the southern tip of the Kowloon peninsula in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui neighborhood. 

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 One-way taxi = $340-410 HKD (approx. 30-45 minute drive)

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10% off Best Available Rate

Complimentary breakfast, for one person

Complimentary WiFi

Mini Bar (beverage only)

Handy smartphone (free unlimited 3G data)

Price range: $211 - $359 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)

 

Among the pulsing bars and galleries of Causeway Bay district sits Mira Moon, the pioneering new Hong Kong hideout that takes guests on a whimsical journey into Hong Kong’s legendary past. The story of the Moon Festival is told artistically in the hotel’s chic, modern décor—a contemporary version of an age-old tale told in furnishings that combine stylish details with ancient Chinese elements. Like The Mira Hong Kong, its sister hotel in Kowloon, Mira Moon melds traditional Asian hospitality with touchable technological wizardry, such as complimentary use of smartphones with free and unlimited international calls to up to 20 countries. From the entranceway to the hotel’s restaurant serving authentic Spanish tapas and the tranquil secret garden, the mood is positive yet informal. With stunning views including Victoria harbor, the Champagne Bar is the go-to place for the fashion-conscious globetrotters and business types who are drawn here from around the world. A stay at Mira Moon is an escape into a stylish, sensually thrilling world where an attentive staff caters to your needs and comfort and quality are nested into the form of a fairy-tale boutique. Book now, and unwind yourself in this vibrant hotel in Causeway Bay.

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The hotel is located in the neighborhood, Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island. 

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Option 1: One-way taxi = $390 - 460 HKD (approx. 35-65 minute drive)

Option 2: Hong Kong metro. Take Airport Express (MTR) from Hong Kong International Airport to Hong Kong Station. Transfer to Central Station by foot and take the Blue Line to Causeway Bay Station. Walk 5 minutes to the hotel. = $105 - 112 HKD (approx. 40 minutes travel time)

10% off Best Available Rate

Complimentary breakfast, for one person

Complimentary WiFi 

Handy smartphone (free unlimited 3G data)

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Price range: $213 - $357 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)


NUTS & BOLTS

Hong Kong International Airport

 

Direct flights are available from Boston, ChicagoDallasLos AngelesNew YorkSan Francisco & Seattle.

Expect to spend at least $600+ per person for roundtrip tickets to Hong Kong from New York JFK. 
Flight time: 16.5+ hours nonstop

Expect to spend at least $600+ per person for roundtrip tickets to London from Los Angeles LAX. 
Flight time: 
15.5+ hours nonstop

5 nights

Mid-October-December (ideal), April, or the middle to the end of May. Try to avoid the summer months if possible.

 

Day 1: Arrive in Hong Kong. Transfer to hotel via taxi. Check-in @ the hotel. Explore Tsim Tsa Tsui Waterfront. Visit Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple.

Day 2: Spa treatments @ MiraSpa. Watch the Symphony of Lights Show. Roam the Temple Street Night Market and Ladies Market. Get lost in Mongkok.

Day 3: Go to Hong Kong Island & take the Peak Tram. Tour Victoria Peak. Walk around the Sheung Wan District. Visit Hollywood Road. Have dinner in high-end SoHo district. 

Day 4: Visit Po Lin Monastery and Big Buddha. Go for an exhilarating hike and climb Lantau peak. Experience the nightlife at Lan Kwai Fong

Day 5: Spend the day at Ocean Park. Ride the longest escalator. Get your fill of dim sum on your last night!

Day 6:  Last minute souvenir shopping! Check-out of hotel and take taxi / private car to the airport. Take return flight home. 

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