With hotel occupancy rates at record lows, due in large part to continuing political unrest, many of Hong Kong’s biggest and best hotels are cooking up tempting luxury packages at prices that would have been unimaginable just a few weeks ago. And with the October 1 holiday around the corner, the time is right for a pampering break – whether you’re flying in for golden week or you’re a stressed-out Hongkonger in need of a well-earned staycation. So with enticing deals aplenty – we’ve rounded up six of the best luxury hotel packages in town. K11 Artus The latest addition to Hong Kong’s five-star hotel landscape is the ultra-luxury K11 Artus. Located at the new Victoria Dockside development and featuring design by heavyweights such as Andre Fu, Joyce Wang and Fiona Barratt-Campbell, Artus is taking the concept of the lifestyle hotel to lofty artisanal heights. Its Dockside Family Fun package in a one-bedroom-plus suite includes welcome drinks, breakfast, residents’ privileges, HK$500 worth of dining credits (per person) at the innovative and eye-catching new K11 Musea art-themed mall, and admission to Hong Kong’s first urban biodiversity museum, Nature Discovery Park. From HK$6,000 a night The five-star hotels that treat your pets like celebrities Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong Overlooking Victoria Harbour and boasting one of the city’s greatest infinity pools, the Four Seasons is offering up the Weekend Retreat package with a gastronomic supplement for guests keen on sampling stellar French or Cantonese cuisine. Starting with a 15 per cent discount on standard rates in a deluxe peak-view room, the package includes breakfast in The Lounge and discounts on Nail Bar treatments. Add on a set dinner at the three Michelin-starred Caprice (HK$3,640 for two) or three Michelin-starred Lung King Heen (HK$2,200) and take advantage of the 4pm checkout. From HK$3,600, until October 31 Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong The Mandarin Oriental is getting into the long weekend with its Hong Kong Staycation package: a night in one of the Connaught Road property’s city view rooms and breakfast. If it is rest and relaxation you want, that’s what you’ll find, with plush room amenities, in-room dining, a complimentary (non-alcoholic) minibar or pampering at the renowned Oriental Spa. Those who take a minute to navigate the website and become a Fans of M.O. member can enjoy daily breakfast, early check-in and checkout and HK$400 towards the spa or one of 10 dining outlets. HK$2,800, until October 6 9 five-star art hotels filled with fabulous collections Rosewood Hong Kong The new flagship Rosewood Hong Kong was designed to feel like a sprawling family estate, and the hotel is inviting Hongkongers to enjoy a break in the sanctuary of one of its lush harbour view rooms. The Victoria Dockside Urban Staycation includes, to start, dedicated amenities, access to the sophisticated Manor Club, complimentary rollaway beds for children, transfer either to or from the hotel to a local destination, HK$1,000 in credit at the hotel’s dining outlets, a 60-minute wellness or personal training class for two – and 10 per cent off the room rate if you present a Hong Kong ID card. From HK$5,100, until December 30 The St. Regis Hong Kong Another relatively new addition to the hotel scene is the St. Regis’ distinct angular honeycomb facade. The Wan Chai hotel is offering its Weekend Staycation Package, either in a sleek deluxe or Premier Harbour View Room, or one of the decadent St. Regis, Metropolitan, Governor or Presidential suites. All guests enjoy HK$1,000 hotel credit for use at restaurants or in the spa and the brand’s signature butler service and amenities, and suite-stayers can indulge in breakfast, bespoke welcome amenities, the signature Canto Mary cocktail, minibar credit and guaranteed dining reservations. From HK$4,000, until October 31 A first look at the St. Regis Hong Kong, which opens today The Upper House The Upper House has everyone covered with its weekend staycations, but its Wellness Retreat with Bamford is perfect for a relaxing, personal decompress. The package indulges and rejuvenates the mind and body with exclusive amenities from the British wellness brand, breakfast at Cafe Gray Deluxe, early check-in and late checkout, complimentary group wellness classes on The Lawn and a Bamford gift. The key, however, is a 60-minute in-room body treatment or facial with Bamford’s organic products and a three-course “revitalising menu” dinner that emphasises vegan, gluten-free, organic, non-GMO and sustainable ingredients. Until December 31 From HK$4,800, until December 31. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter.