It’s summer and the party never stops. Reserve an entertainment suite before the season’s over – check out some of the hottest places for a private party in a hotel.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental has launched a 2,250-square-foot entertainment suite.

“It is perfect for those seeking a statement space as a showroom, catwalk, social or music venue, or ultra-chic screening or movie set,”says Torsten van Dullemen, the hotel’s general manager.

Designed by award-winning Hong Kong architect and designer, Joyce Wang, the master bedroom offers sitting and dressing areas, walk-in wardrobes, a FreshBed Sleep system and an en suite bathroom featuring a stunning marble bathtub.

The living area features a B&O BeoLab sound system, a concealed 160-inch TV screen, Play Station gaming equipment, and a reconditioned 1930s vintage American jukebox.

Private Michelin-starred dining is available at the Gaggenau kitchen, serving up to 10 guests.

The entertainment suite’s rate starts from HK$128,000 per night.

W Hong Kong

The Extreme WOW Suite of the W hotel is a 2,160-square-foot venue. It offers stunning views through five floor-to-ceiling bay windows in the living room.

The suite also features the expansive CD library of hand-picked W favourites with high-end audio/visual systems and state-of-the-art surround sound system. Guests can enjoy a bubble bath amidst the city’s shimmering city lights during sunset.

W also offers an exclusive GAME ON summer room package, featuring Vegas-themed amenities, to celebrate the newly opened W Las Vegas. At the Vegas-themed pool parties, guests are able to soak up the rays at the hotel’s rooftop pool with Champagne cocktail popsicles. The price of the summer room package starts from HK$2,850 for two persons. Reservations are available from now to August 26.


InterContinental Hong Kong

The largest suite in the city – the Presidential Suite of InterContinental –is a 7,000-square-foot duplex with a stunning backdrop of the Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island.

There’s a 2,500-square-foot rooftop terrace with an infinity swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Guests can enjoy a fun night in the water with views of the harbour and the city’s skyline. In addition to the five bedrooms, dining room, private study and gym, the amenities in this suite cater to all your needs.

The master bathroom offers a large Jacuzzi with views of the harbour, as well as a private sauna and steam room.

The Presidential Suite is priced at HK$98,000 for the Master Suite to HK$118,000 for all five bedrooms.

For newlyweds, the hotel is also offering a special HK$260,000 package for the Presidential Suite. It includes overnight accommodation for two persons and a Western set dinner on the terrace for up to 36 guests. Guests can also opt for a Western set dinner for 12 in the suite’s dining room or a standing cocktail reception for 60 people.