No, travel isn’t a thing again yet – but you can still make the most of the holidays . STYLE has sniffed out a few exclusive ways to make up for not being able to jet off to see family or have a true winter break this Christmas. The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is offering a grand deluxe staycation package that gets you the suite at the very top of the hotel to yourself, including a five-course meal by Michelin-starred chefs. Speaking of food, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is presenting a new steak menu called “Meats with the Beast” with Mortlach whisky options. Not a foodie? You’ll still want to check out the new openings from La Prairie and Harilela Hotels. The much loved skincare brand is opening a first-of-its-kind residence to provide spa experiences, while Harilela is opening the second “Hari” hotel in the world after its one in London. Read on to find out more … From champagne to couple’s massages: 6 most romantic Hong Kong staycations The Hari Hong Kong Harilela Hotels are nothing if not brave. The company is defying the pandemic and its devastating effect on the travel industry to launch the newest addition to Hong Kong’s line-up of luxury hotels: The Hari. Opening its doors in December, it is situated in the heart of Wan Chai and comes with 210 guest rooms including three rooftop suites alongside Japanese restaurant and terrace bar Zoku and Italian restaurant Lucciola. This is the second Hari globally – with the first opening in London in 2016 – and as with the London original, the interior architecture and design are by London-based Tara Bernerd & Partners. The hotel takes its name from Hari Harilela, the father of Harilela Hotels chairman and CEO Aron, and the man who established the prominent Hong Kong business family, which today has extensive real estate interests. The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong There are staycations – and then there are staycations . If all that cash you’ve earned during the pandemic from your medical supplies/home tutoring/alcohol retail business is burning a hole in your pocket, the kind people at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong have come up with the perfect way to spend it: on a preposterously indulgent staycation package that will set you back 100,000 of your finest Hong Kong dollars (actually HK$99,999 or US$12,900, but that’s not fooling anyone). Grand design and gastronomy at The Ritz-Carlton’s Tosca di Angelo Splurging on the city’s most expensive staycation package will get you the 3,930 sq ft Ritz-Carlton Suite on level 117, at the very top of the hotel; a five-course meal for eight with wine pairing prepared by Michelin-starred chefs; breakfast for four; in-room spa treatments; Rolls-Royce transfers and even video game consoles for the kids. After all that, you’ll no longer want a holiday overseas – or indeed be able to afford one. La Prairie House If we have to work from home, then trust our favourite brands to build us the perfect home to work from. Enter a skincare brand so Swiss that it would absolutely embrace having its own hospitality offering – La Prairie, of course. The brand has just opened a first-of-its-kind residence at H Queen’s on Queen’s Road Central in Hong Kong. But only select clients will be invited to sample the different spaces in La Prairie House. There’s the Foyer, where key brand milestones since 1931 are visualised on a gallery wall, and the Salon, exhibiting a rotation of La Prairie’s contemporary art pieces. 5 skincare hacks to keep your face healthy and hydrated this winter Not many households we know can claim to have their own atelier, but La Prairie House would be incomplete without a space to highlight its savoir faire. Finally, the Retreat offers a spa-like experience where guests to enjoy one of four exclusive treatments developed around La Prairie’s luxury collections: White Caviar, Skin Caviar, Platinum Rare and Radiance. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Winter in our fair city might be mostly mild – but it’s best to be fortified, just in case. Fortunately, help is at hand thanks to this collaboration between one of Hong Kong’s meatiest high-end restaurants, the Grand Hyatt Steakhouse, and a particularly robust example of a drink long used to keep out the cold, Mortlach Single Malt Scotch whisky. Its intense, meaty flavour has earned Mortlach the nickname “The Beast of Dufftown” and so the new menu, available through December and January, is known as “Meats with the Beast”. The work of Steakhouse head chef Marc Benkoe, it starts with 48-month Bellotta Jamón Ibérico served with champagne followed by three dishes paired with whiskies: smoked salmon with Mortlach 12-Year-Old, USDA prime beef tenderloin with Mortlach 16-Year-Old and sticky date pudding with Mortlach 20-Year-Old. Note: offers might be subject to the latest social distancing restrictions. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .