Hong Kong Party Venue Guide

Hong Kong's best venues for birthday parties, hen do's, baby showers, bachelor parties and more.

Party Venues for All Occasions

Are you looking to host an event in Hong Kong to celebrate a birthday, baby shower or upcoming nuptials? Not sure where to start? We have picked some of the city’s best venues for you and your guests. Whether you are planning a huge, catered affair or a small, special gathering – we have the place for you!


Otto Lounge

With an ample outdoor space and a cozy indoor vibe, Otto Lounge is an ideal location to have a private event. This 4th floor verandah lounge is a rare find in LKF. Overlooking the action on the busy streets below, it’s a great option for 18+ birthday parties, anniversaries or hen/stag parties. They also offer one of the fanciest shisha pipes in town with an extensive menu of flavours. Definitely worth a try!

Address: 4th Floor, 15-16 Grand Progress Building, Lan Kwai Fong
Website: www.ottolounge.com
Telephone:  2869 0399

Lala Curio

A great location for an intimate gathering is Lala Curio. Tucked away from the main streets of Wan Chai in Sau Wa Fong, this interior design business turned venue houses an eclectic range of nic-nacs, set amongst bright colours and hand painted walls. This is an excellent choice for dinners, workshops, receptions and any event where you want a bit of the ‘Wow!’ factor.

Address: 32-33 Sau Wa Fong, Wan Chai
Website: www.lalacurio.com
Telephone:  2528 5007

Director’s Club

Watch a movie with your closest friends, or have a film party – private screenings with food and cocktails are available making The Director’s Club a great place to hold an event that’s a little bit different.


Address: 5/F Cityplaza, 18 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo Shing, Island East
Website: www.uacinemas.com.hk
Telephone:  3918 5888

Sideways

Unleash your inner F1 driver and try your driving skills in one of the racing simulators, or sit back, relax, and watch other drivers race on big screens. Sideways runs regular events and can host parties suitable for  adults and children aged around 10 plus.

Address: LG/F, 1-2 Chancery Lane, Central
Website: www.sideways-driving-club.com
Telephone: 2523 0983

Tea Saloon by Another Fine Day

The perfect spot for a girly get together with tea sets that include a fantastic selection of savoury sandwiches (including mini-sliders in the Gentleman’s set) and tasty bite-sized desserts. Tea Saloon closes up shop around 7 pm, so it’s best suited for afternoon gatherings and the separate area near the back of the shop can function as a private room for baby or bridal showers.

Address: 80-82 Peel Street, Mid-Levels
Facebook page: Tea Saloon
Telephone: 2525 8257

Ping Pong 129

This Sai Ying Pun Gintoneria has a spacious, urban chic interior that’s perfect for larger scale private events. Formerly a pin-pong hall, Ping Pong 129 has lofty ceilings, coupled with excellent interior design, including a neon sign behind the bar (that translates to Train Your Body) and a fun Chen Fei painting on the wall. It offers the ideal space for a cool and relaxed special occasion.


Address: 129 Second Street, Sai Ying Pun
Website: www.pingpong129.com
Telephone: 9158 1584

Blck Brd

This Lyndhurst Terrace bar boasts a large outdoor space, just perfect an alfresco party. It’s SoHo location makes it an ideal spot for a birthday party and the attentive staff will ensure that your glasses never run dry. A menu of canapes and snacks is also available.

Address: 6th Floor, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace and Roof Garden, SoHo
Website: www.theblckbrd.com
Telephone: 2545 8555

Brick Lane 

With three spaces available; one in Admiralty and two in TST, Brick Lane offers great flexibility for party planners. The large restaurant/bar in Admiralty can accommodate up to 500 with space on the ample outdoor deck, while the smaller venues in TST offer a more intimate space ranging from 50 to 250. The menus are versatile and can be tailored for any occassion ranging from formal sit down affair to relaxed buffet with cocktails. They can also arrange decoration, live band, DJ and even a bouncy castle.

Address:

Shop 404, 4/F, CITIC Tower, 1 Tim Mei Avenue, Admiralty, Tel: 2363 2500
GF 17-23 Minden Avenue, TST, Tel: 2721 0628
GF 2 Bleinheim Avenue, TST, Tel:  2736 8893
Website: www.bricklane.com.hk


Tram Parties

Tram parties are always a good time and a quintessential Hong Kong experience. Select a vintage or regular tram, bring your own booze and music to make it a truly personal affair. And don’t worry, they stop for regular bathroom breaks en route!

Website: www.hktramways.com

The Space

If you are looking for a totally versatile space for a private dinner, fashion show or product launch, then The Space on Hollywood Road is ideal. Spread over two floors, the minimalist interiors lend themselves to any type of theme and decor. A popular spot for art exhibitions and openings, they also have an onsite kitchen available.

Address: 210 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan
Website: www.thespace.hk
Telephone: 9180 7716

Iberico

If you want to arrange a private dinner, why not try Spanish restaurant, Iberico located in the heart of SoHo. The private dining room of this spacious and grand restaurant, seats up to 25 people and is perfect for wine dinners or birthday parties.

Address: GF, 18 Shelley Street, SoHo
Website: www.enoteca.hk/iberico/
Telephone: 2752 8811


Edge Space

Edge Space in Happy Valley is an excellent choice for a work function, art show or special event. The venue is around 2000 square feet and has a range of rooms and packages to choose from. The rooms can fit around 50 people seated, so are a great option for talks and lectures.

Address: G/F, 46-48 Village Road, Happy Valley
Website: www.edge-space.com
Telephone: 2887 0313

The Bounty

If you want to take the whole ‘Junk’ phenomenon up a notch, why not check out the striking Bounty? This replica of the 18th Century vessel, famed for its mutinous crew, can host 60 guests plus crew, captain and chefs. Offering a range of pick up and drop off points, it is the only European Tall Ship in Hong Kong!

Address: 88 Siena Avenue, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island
Website: http://www.aubergediscoverybay.com
Telephone: 2295 8288

Palm Beach Tee Pee Village

For something different, check out Palm Beach Tee Pee Village in Lantau. You can rent the tee pees for both daytime and nighttime events, and you can even have your guests stay over for a complete camping experience. They have bbq stoves and bonfire pits to complete your celebration and are happy to host kids birthday parties.

Address: Palm Beach, Cheung Sha, Lantau Island
Website: www.palmbeach.com.hk
Telephone: 2980 4822


The Museum of Medical Sciences 

Housed in an historic, Edwardian building, The Museum of Medical Sciences offers a selection of locations which are available for hire. Built in 1906, your guests can mingle within the beautiful interior fittings and decor. This is definitely the spot you want to choose if you are looking to impress!

Address: 2 Caine Road, Mid Levels
Website: www.hkmms.org.hk
Telephone: 2549 5123

House of Siren

Located close to Central in the Mid-Levels, the team at House of Siren can make your party dreams a reality, offering an extensive range of couture costumes and headpieces available for hire. Check them out if you are planning a ball or event that is a little out of the ordinary.

Address: Lower Ground Floor, 64 Robinson Road, Mid Levels
Website: www.siren.com.hk
Telephone: 2530 2371

Pomegranate Kitchen

Nestled in the bustling Aberdeen district, Pomegranate Kitchen offers bespoke catering in their event space and kitchen. Perfect for a relaxed wedding lunch, birthday party or corporate cocktail evening, speak to them about their delicious range of food options that cater to every dietary request. Bonus is their lovely courtyard for some alfresco time beyond the city.

Address: 4B, 44 Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen
Website: www.pomegranate.com.hk
Telephone:  2580 0663


Urban Delight

If you want to organise something a little different, the team at Urban Delight arrange group foodie tours for a truly authentic Hong Kong experience. A local foodie guide will take you on a 5-course culinary journey through the streets of Kowloon where a typical evening incorporates a selection of dim sum and a fresh shredded sesame chicken crudité to fuel your appetite, followed by handmade egg noodles for starters and oyster pancakes & clay pot rice for mains, all washed down with fresh local beer or jasmine tea. Last stop presents an amazing selection of fusion deserts like a ginger soufflé, a soup of sweet almonds and fluffy egg white or chilled mango coconut cream with pomelo.

They can also incorporate street karaoke or fortune telling, to make your event truly memorable.

Website: www.urbandelight.hk

 

For more ideas check out our guide to Hong Kong’s best private kitchens here.

 

So there’s the list. If you have any other great function locations that you think should be mentioned, then be sure to drop us a line at [email protected]


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