Enjoy the Massage in Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport, which is situated on its own island, it is opened in 1998 and has since become one of the world’s major air transport hubs. The airport is locally known as just Chek Lap Kok Airport before. This airport is currently the world’s busiest cargo gateway and one of the world’s busiest passenger airports. In 2012 Hong Kong International Airport handled 56,057,751 passenger flights.

Hong Kong International Airport

Now, between the long lines, the heavy bags, and the person sneezing next to you, air travel is stressful. Fortunately, more airports are adding spas geared towards on-the-go travelers. No advance appointment needed. In Hong Kong airport, Only massage centers in the airport providing oriental style foot, head and shoulder massage service. The reflexology value is attributed to improving the health conditions as well as easing muscle pain for airport passengers especially for long haul flights.

Hong Kong International Airport massage 

Upon arrival in Hong Kong and before connecting to a flight, you should come and experience a pleasurable stay in some Hong Kong airport massage before continuing your journey. A hot shower after a long flight is the first facility transit passengers must enjoy to hush away the fatigue and rejuvenate yourselves, treat yourself to a truly organic hand and foot spa or an aromatherapy massage to relieve travel fatigue and get baby soft skin.

The following are some popular Airport Spas in Hong Kong International Airport, if you are tired, you can have a try directly.

1.In-Lounge Spa

After arrival in Hong Kong and before connecting to a flight, you should come and experience a pleasurable stay in The Travelers’ Lounge before continuing your journey. A hot shower after a long flight is the first facility transit. It operates 24-hours a day, and provides amenities and services to ease your tiredness after long haul travel, to enhance your physical well-being, and rejuvenate your senses in preparation for your next destination.You will experience the best in quality service and feel relaxed and comfortable.

Detailed Location: West Hall, Level 6, Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport

 Hong Kong International Airport Lounge

2. OM Spa at Regal Airport Hotel

Regal Airport Hotel is connected to the airport.It offers an outdoor pool at this sps hotel. OM Spa is the place for rest and relaxation. It can offer body scrubs, body wraps, massages, facials and beauty services.Even the price is a little expensive, you are worth it just for the convenience of never having to step outside of the airport.The services include:Energy Rebalancing Massage,Certified Organic Facial Treatment, Swedish or Energy Rebalancing Massage with essential oil, Reflexology Foot Massage,  Energy Rebalancing Massage, etc.

Detailed Location:  it is on the third floor next to the swimming pools in Regal Airport Hotel Hong Kong which is directly connected to the passenger terminal of Hong Kong International Airport by an enclosed, air-conditioned link bridge.

 Hong Kong International Airport OM

3. Quan Spa at Hong Kong Skycity Marriott Hotel

Quan means a source of pure water, be it from a spring, fountain or spa. Quan Spa is located on the mezzanine level of the SkyCity Marriott Hotel, Quan Spa provides a needed escape from Hong Kong city and its busy airport terminals. With a décor reminiscent of an ocean pearl, water remains the core to your spa experience. Vichy Showers and all other spa treatments use a combination of organic and marine based products and with a choice of locally inspired treatments you are spoilt for choice.

Detailed Location:The Spa is located in  is located Hong Kong Skycity Marriott Hotel which is next to Hong Kong International Airport and AsiaWorld-Expo, at the Marine Cargo Terminal. Access to the central business district is just a 28-minute train ride on the Airport Express Line.

 QUANHong Kong International Airport

4. Wellness Spa & Salon

Wellness Spa & Salon is conveniently located at the Hong Kong International Airport . It caters to travelers who need a quick stop to relieve them of the pressures of travelling long distances. The health spa is comprised of a gym, fitness center, aerobics room, a sauna and steam room. Wellness Spa & Salon offers a range of services such as full body massages, spa and beauty treatments, etc.

Detailed Location: It is located in the middle of the Hong Kong International Airport,  located at T1 near Departure Gate 15.

 Hong Kong International Airport WELLNESS_副本

5. Wellness Spa & Salon(Terminal 2)

At Wellness Spa & Salon, you will be treated to the world’s most luxurious certified organic skincare products by Jasmin Aromatique Organics, guaranteed over 95% certified natural organic ingredients from Australia along with a full array of professional nail and hair services. Treat yourself to a truly organic hand and foot spa or an aromatherapy massage to relieve travel fatigue and get baby soft skin.

Detailed Location: It is located at Level 3, near Crew Transport, Hong Kong International Airport

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6. Oriental Massage Centre

This massage center is the only massage centers in the airport providing oriental style foot, head and shoulder massage service. The reflexology value is attributed to improving the health conditions as well as easing muscle pain for airport passengers especially for long haul flights.

Detailed Location: Arrivals Pre-immigration Hall, Level 5

Oriental Massage Centre

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