One of the best “bargains” in Hong Kong are luxury massages.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong charges $122USD for a 60 minute massage + 10% service charge. The Mandarin Oriental New York charges $220USD for a 50 min massage + 20% service charge + 4.5% tax. That is a savings of over 50% not counting the fact that you get an extra 10 minutes of massage in Hong Kong!
With that said, it is hard for me not to indulge. A great massage is heavenly.
The locker room is very clean, much cleaner than the Four Seasons Spa. I loved the soft terry robe. It stopped at my knees so that I did not have to worry about tripping over it while walking.
The hydrotherapy pool was very small. Not nearly as nice as Four Seasons Hong Kong or Four Seasons Macau.
Nice amethyst steam room but I prefer the eucalyptus scented steam room @ Encore Las Vegas.
I do not like how dim the waiting room was. The plus was that the snacks was very tasty. Blueberries, raspberries, banana chips were very fresh. I had seconds of every portion. =P
The massage room is very small compared to the 800sq massage room at the Mandarin Oriental next door. Landmark Mandarin Oriental is the hip sister to the older Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong.
Overall: My aromatherapy massage was excellent. Pure bliss during the massage and relaxed the day after. However based on the size of the massage room, I prefer the Mandarin Oriental. =)
Highly recommended if you are in need of a treat or pick-me-up. With massages in Hong Kong, you get what you pay for. A $60USD massage at Dragon Fly Hong Kong is perhaps 30% of the quality as the Landmarc, it was neither painful nor pleasant during the massage but I woke up hurting the next day. A $30USD massage at Halite hurt like crazy during my massage and it hurt the next day as well.