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6 best party rooms in Hong Kong

By Beverly Ngai 27 October 2021 | Last Updated 21 October 2022

Header image courtesy of @chillaxpartyevent (via Instagram)

With space commanding a premium in Hong Kong, hosting house parties is often not a no-go, but fortunately, there are other ways to throw a fun, private bash with your friends and family without having your guests all cramped up in a small flat. Party rooms are an easy, one-stop solution, offering a private space equipped with snacks, Instagrammable photo spots, karaoke facilities, video games, and loads of other entertainment opportunities—and no worries over the dreaded post-party clean-up! Whether you are planning a wild birthday jamboree or a relaxed get-together, here are the best party rooms for hire in Hong Kong to guarantee a good time.

Note: We recommend checking with the venue before booking to determine their operating hour restrictions depending on their mode of operation, and whether your group size can be accommodated under the current Covid-19 regulations.

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Chillax Party

An Instagrammable glowing ball pit and a giant inflatable unicorn floatie are just among the many reasons to make Chillax Party your next place to party it up! Tucked away in one of Kwun Tong’s unassuming factory buildings, this 2,000-square-foot industrial-style premise comes readily stocked with a whole laundry list of entertainment facilities to keep the fun going for hours on end: Nintendo Switch, PS4, VR, a pool table, mahjong, oversized Jenga, board games, and a mini kitchen to boot. To get you moving and grooving, there’s even a mini stage with mics and a professional sound system so you can jam out to live music!

Chillax Party, 8/F, Wah Shing Centre, Shing Yip Street, Kwun Tong | (+852) 5961 5772

Photo: @chalk_party (via Instagram)

Chalk Party

What better place to throw an unforgettable shindig than smack-dab in the middle of Hong Kong’s favourite nightlife district? This graffiti-decked, upstairs blacklight party room is perfect for those who want a taste of Lan Kwai Fong’s vibey atmosphere without the suffocating crowds and seedy factor.

Simply bring your own food (and as much booze as you want), and Chalk Party will take care of everything on the entertainment front, providing art jam supplies, DJ equipment, fun blacklight gear, tabletop games, and unlimited shisha on the outdoor rooftop space. To make your party planning as stress-free as possible, they even offer optional catering arrangements and professional photography services!

Chalk Party, 12 Lan Kwai Fong, Central | (+852) 5117 5092

Photo credit: Amigos’ Party (via Facebook)

Amigos’ Party

Amigos’ Party makes it easy to leave outside stresses behind and let loose with your amigos. Like an instant portal to all sorts of faraway lands, this Mong Kok party hotspot has an array of themed rooms fully decorated to look the part of a circus carnival, Mediterranean beach villa, retro British red brick home, and other unique destinations. In case that does not excite you, how about complimentary free-flow non-alcoholic drinks?

And of course, you’ll find all your party room essentials here, including karaoke, mahjong, Nintendo Switch, and board games. Note that the rooms are on the smaller side, best suited for more intimate celebratory affairs!

Amigos’ Party, Unit 1405, Block A, Tong Mei Fuk Keung Industrial Building, 66–68 Mong Kok Road, Mong Kok | (+852) 5542 5264

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Whether you are looking to stoke up the grill or host a karaoke night, Funtable has your back, boasting two themed 1,500-square-foot rooms that cater to different party agendas. If cookouts are your jam, then opt for the rustic industrial-loft-style room which features a terrace and barbecue packages that you can add on!

Meanwhile, the other room sports a modern Scandanavian vibe and has its own snazzy karaoke pod with a surround sound system, so you can belt out to your friends like true rock stars! Both rooms come with a pool table, video gaming set-ups, an electric mahjong table, and all your staple party board games.

Funtable, 24/F, Bold Win Industrial Building, 16–18 Wah Sing Street, Kwai Fong | (+852) 6809 0987

Photo: @blackroomhk (via Instagram)


Conveniently positioned in the heart of Causeway Bay, Blackroom really outdoes itself when it comes to interior aesthetics, making them equally popular as a professional photoshoot location! Designed with modern sophistication in mind, each of their three rooms hones a slightly different style—Blackroom exudes homely comfort with its light-filled space and relaxing balcony; Blackroom 2 is all cool, black-and-white minimalism; while Blackroom by DM screams industrial chic through and through.

Guests can spend a fun-filled day (or night) here playing arcade games, beer pong, mahjong, video games, and more, followed by a round table hot pot session to wind down and catch up over delicious food.

Blackroom, 3/F, 506–508 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay | (+852) 9179 0667

Photo: (via Instagram)

The Pink Garden

Brighten up your party with a splash of pink! Part photo studio, part party destination, The Pink Garden is an enchanting pastel pink wonderland complete with a vertical rose garden, a colourful ball pit, elegant-princess-esque furniture, and neon-lit signs—in other words, a dream come true for every glam-loving Instagrammer.

After taking enough photos to fill a whole photo album, you can continue the fun with a game of poker or mahjong, play some video games, or bond with your pals over a movie or an exhilarating karaoke sesh. Did we mention that you can also bring your little furry friends along? The Pink Garden is pet-friendly!

The Pink Garden, Mega Cube, Wang Kwong Road, Kowloon Bay | (+852) 5225 7517

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Beverly Ngai


A wanderer, chronic overthinker, and baking enthusiast, Beverly spent much of her childhood in the United States before moving to Hong Kong at age 11 and making the sparkling city her home. In her natural habitat, she can be found baking up a storm in her kitchen, journalling at a café, or scrolling through OpenRice deciding on her next meal.