Say I Do!

This Valentine’s Day, pop the much-awaited question and begin your happily ever after at Cordis, Hong Kong.

Indulge your love with champagne and strawberries in a romantic suite, a pampering couple spa treatment as well as an intimate dinner and a 99 roses bouquet in our specially decorated Star Room – the perfect venue to propose to the love of your life.

Limited to one couple only per day.

package includes

  • Accommodation in One-Bedroom Executive Suite with Kitchen for two persons
  • Breakfast buffet at The Place for two persons
  • Club Lounge access and privileges for two persons
  • Valentine’s Day Set Dinner at Star Room’s private room on Level 42 before 6pm or in guestroom for two persons 

    Set Dinner includes: 

    Pacific Rock oyster with caviar and yuzu granite
    Citrus Cured Salmon 
    Black Cod with Lobster 
    Wagyu Beef Cheeks with Pan Seared Foie Gras and Black Winter Truffles
    Strawberry and White Chococlate Mousse Cake

  • Special set up in Star Room private room for proposal 
  • Starry light set up in room
  • A 99 roses bouquet
  • A bottle of champagne and strawberries
  • A complimentary LUSH bath product
  • 60-minute spa treatment at Chuan Spa for two persons (Guests would receive a spa voucher should Chuan Spa be required to close under government regulations)

Terms & Conditions

  • The package is available for booking from 19 January to 9 February 2021 and stays on 13 and 14 February 2021.
  • This rate is non-refundable, non-changeable and non-cancellable.
  • All benefits are only applicable when booking directly through Cordis, Hong Kong website, phone calls to +852 3552 3552 or emails to
  • The starry lighting set is available for sale at HK$200, please contact Cordis Service at 3552 3552 for details.
  • All bookings are subject to room availability.
  • Cordis, Hong Kong reserves the right to change the details of the promotion from time to time, and to offer alternative benefits should the one requested be unavailable.
  • In case of dispute, Cordis, Hong Kong reserves the right to make the final decision.