If you’ve been following our best staycation round-ups for July and August , then you’ll like the one we’ve put together for you this month, which centres around wellness. Now that summer madness is drawing to a close, it’s time for us to get more in tune with our minds and bodies. Here are some of the best staycations in the city that will give your mental and physical well-being a boost. How the world’s largest boat sank in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour If you need … sleep What: Asaya’s Dream-cation Why: Loathe as we are to start the list with a snooze-fest, this is exactly what this staycation is – in the best way possible. Asaya has partnered with Home Rituals for a “Dream-cation” programme, which is impressively holistic and multisensory enough to warrant its eyebrow-raising price tag. Guests stay at the luxurious Asaya Lodge, which is decked out with Baea organic bedding, soft SoL loungewear and Lumira aromatherapy, and they can choose between a dream analysis or singing bowl therapy session to tune in to their inner peace. There’s also an in-room full-body scrub and massage, named Time for a Dream – we challenge you to stay awake for all 90 minutes of it. All this in addition to a three-course lunch from Asaya Kitchen, known for its light, healthy meals, as well as breakfast and access to the hotel’s fitness and well-being facilities and classes. Home Rituals hasn’t been sleeping on the job, having also created a Dream Lifestyle pop-up at Asaya Gallery, where guests enamoured of their in-room Baea, SoL and Lumira experience can see an extended collection. There’s also a Dream Apartment at the Asaya Glasshouse, where guests can see more accessories and furnishings on display, speak to experts on home styling and customisation, learn how to incorporate soothing rituals into their own homes, and even take workshops on sleep rituals. When: Between September 15 and October 31; the special Dream Apartment is open between October 8 and 31. Booking starts September 1 Price : HK$8,380-HK$11,250 for one or HK$12,550-HK$16,180 for two, per night Meet So Wa-wai, Hong Kong’s six-time Paralympic gold medallist If you need … to be a mermaid (or get a six-pack) What : Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel’s Magical Mermaid Fitness Staycation Why : Because everyone should get to be a mermaid or merman just once. If you really need more of a reason than that, then what about the first steps towards a six-pack? Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung is making the most of its beautiful Lantau scenery by taking guests out to their pool for some fishy business. Don’t let the fancy tail fool you – this is a fitness programme where professional mermaid dance fitness trainers will help you strengthen your core and leg muscles through a series of underwater kicks and flips. Just to gill-d the lily, the package also includes HK$500 dining credits for on-site Chinese restaurant Yue and a buffet breakfast for two at Cafe Lantau. When : September 1 to 30 Price : HK$1,700 per night in a deluxe room, including a 45-minute dance class for one (additional participants come at HK$400 extra for each) 7 restaurants to visit in Tseung Kwan O this summer If you need … a TCM twist What : Cordis Hong Kong’s Wellness Retreat Why : We love that Cordis approaches wellness through both detox and retox. The detox part is thanks to the inclusive one-hour massage for two people at Chuan Spa, known for its Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) approach. Guests can choose between a Chuan Harmony Massage, deep tissue massage or Traditional Chinese massage at the spa, which we’d recommend after a rooftop swim and ample use of the health club facilities. In case you need some extra help to take the edge off, however, the package also includes a bottle of sparkling wine in your room, which happens to be the tranquil Spa Suite with a hydrotherapy bath, Chuan Spa amenities and a private steam room with a separate rain shower. When : Until December 31 Price : From HK$4,200 per night If you need … a fitness reset What : The Upper House’s Wellness on the Road package Why : Sometimes we just need a quick boost to get our minds and bodies back on the fitness track. The Upper House is conveniently located in town, and its Wellness on the Road staycation gives you the quick reset your body needs without pushing you to the extreme just yet. The package includes accommodation in the hotel’s chic Studio 70 room, breakfast for two at Salisterra, known for its light Mediterranean cuisine. Guests get a wellness gift, cold-pressed welcome juices, access to a Lululemon wellness loan kit during their stay, access to group wellness classes on the weekends, as well as the 24-hour gym, and also a 60-minute in-room massage for two. When : Until December 30, 2021 Price : From HK$4,100 per room per night Where to eat in Hong Kong, from CBD to spam musubi restaurant concepts If you need … a view (and inner peace) What : The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong’s 490m Altitude Retreat Why : Because if you’re going to stare out into the nothingness, you should really do it from the highest hotel in Hong Kong. The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is making full use of its soaring height with this 490m Altitude Retreat, which is exactly what it sounds like. Guests can take in the sweeping views of the South China Sea and Hong Kong’s skyline from their deluxe room or the 118th floor outdoor terrace, 490 metres up, while seated on their complimentary “7 chakras” meditation cloth and cushion, which they can take home. The package also includes breakfast, lounge access, and dining or spa credit (amounts vary according to room type). When : Until December 31, 2021 Price : From HK$3,300 per room per night Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .