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Whether it involves your crush, partner, partner in crime or Galentine, there’s a good chance you’ll be on the hunt for a stellar plan for two come 14 February. From Hong Kong staycations to indulgent lobster and caviar with free-flowing champagne, The Style Sheet rounds up five ways to spend Valentine’s Day in style.

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A selection from Maison ES’s ‘Stay Love’ Valentine’s Day menu

1. A trip to Paris with Maison ES


Let the sun-filled, vintage-inspired venue of Maison ES transport you to Paris for your Valentine’s Day repast. Combining French culinary finesse with the finest ingredients sourced from across the globe, the indulgent five-course Valentine’s Menu includes Beluga Caviar, Langoustine Tortellini and Boston Lobster Tail Poached in Beurre Blanc. You can toast your love (or friendship) several times over by pairing your meal with a wine pairing too.


1A Star Street, Wan Chai

The Upper House hotel's spacious bathroom
The Upper House makes for a luxurious Valentine’s Day staycation

2. A romantic getaway at The Upper House


The Upper House’s Asian-inspired residence is the setting for numerous love stories — make it a place for yours this Valentine’s Day. Whisk your loved one away for a romantic celebration that makes use of the five-star room service, or enjoy a three-course meal at The Upper House’s sister restaurant The Continental. Next, indulge in a bottle of champagne and chocolate-dipped strawberries, and make good use of the spa-like bathroom, which features a free-standing limestone-clad bathtub (that will comfortably fit two).


Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty 



3. A classic date at BIZOU American Brasserie


Located on the sprawling terrace of Pacific Place, BIZOU is the perfect spot to settle in for a five-course meal of favourites that shows off the Brasserie’s classic American fare. From oysters to steak and from tiger prawns to a pear tart with pistachio ice cream, the Valentine’s Day menu is as delicious as It is decadent. Ask their resident sommelier to help you pair the meal with wines from some of America’s finest vineyards, and settle in for a proper lingering lunch.


Shop 132, Level L1, Pacific Place

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An impressive brunch spread caps the stay at Conrad Hong Kong

4. A blissful (and boozy) trip to Conrad Hong Kong


Treat yourself and your plus one to a trip to Conrad for their Bliss & Brunch staycation<https://conraddining.com/en/dining-news-and-offers/weekend-getaway-with-bliss-brunch/>, which includes a night’s stay, breakfast for two, and a three-hour weekend brunch devised by Executive Chef Claudio Rossi. Along with a delicious buffet spread that champions seasonal produce and jet-fresh seafood, the dining affair is complete with free-flowing Perrier-Jouët champagne to really sweeten the deal. Chin-chin!


Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty 

Hermès Nantucket watches
A Nantucket watch from Hermès is set to impress

5. A spot of shopping at Hermès


A trip to Pacific Place or Starstreet Precinct offers a bounty of gift ideas, from luxury brands to unique, handmade trinkets. But when it comes to something as special as Valentine’s Day, Hermès certainly makes a bid for one of our favourite places to shop for gifts. Founded in 1837, the House’s story is incredibly rich and is synonymous with first-class quality and timeless style, meaning you’ll be hard-pressed to find a person in your life that wouldn’t gush over receiving one of those iconic little orange boxes. As for what the box should hold? We have a few ideas — from an ethnically-dyed one-of-a-kind silk twill scarf for Him, to a petite Nantucket watch punctuated with a mother of pearl for Her. The credit is all yours!


Shop 354, Level L3, Pacific Place

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