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Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel at Hong Kong Disneyland

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Park / Resort: Opening Date:
Sep 12, 2005

Opened in September 2005, the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel features Victorian-style theming and is similar to the Disneyland Hotel at the Disneyland Resort Paris. It boasts 400 rooms, with some overlooking the sea, along with indoor and outdoor swimming pools and five restaurants.

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Definitely worth it!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)
on Saturday, May 14, 2016 09:48

I was lucky enough to spend an evening there when I was on a vacation of sorts. We arrived rather late in the evening. The check in process only took a few minutes. The hotel itself was beautiful. It really was like a home away from home. Having vacationed at WDW and DLR it was a welcome sight to see. When we arrived in our room we were amazed at the level of detail and little Disney things we saw. We went to bed after gorging ourselves on all the little things. The beds were big enough for two but we each took one. Definitely the best sleep I'd had in weeks. I've stayed in all manner of Disney resorts but was surprised by the amenities.
From slippers to the plastic tea set, it was all cool.
The next morning we made our way to the lobby to check out and begin our day at HK Disneyland. We stopped at Walt's Café for breakfast. My companion having Egg's Benedict and I opting for the Chinese Breakfast. The food and view were awesome. The Chinese breakfast is noodles and congee. Congee is a rice porridge of sorts. It reminded me of grits, to a degree. They also had a variety of cereal and breads on the buffet, as well as honey, straight from a honeycomb. Everyone spoke English, even if a little broken. When we checked out was when it got interesting. We had booked our hotel through a third party travel site but they hadn't sent the reservation in yet. Low and behold, the cast member helping us speaks fantastic English and has worked for Disney in Orlando and California. She was a life saver! Not to mention it was nice speaking to someone with a knowledge of other parks. I wish I could post some of my photo's. These words don't do the hotel justice.

The hotel is lovely
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)
on Friday, October 17, 2014 03:23

It was just beautiful, especially the center where the restaurants are. You can eat a buffet breakfast with the characters, have afternoon tea, or have Dim Sum! It is a lot of gold and glass and it overlooks the hedge maze outside. Our room was beautiful and fancy although we got confused a few times not having a 4th floor (bad luck!). haha. The staff was wonderful, spoke English to us the entire time, was very happy to talk to someone (my ex-husband) who worked at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. I would stay at this hotel anytime. Oh and the room service is great! Yes, everything is Disney prices, but its a magical vacation!

Comfort but something lacking
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)
on Sunday, September 01, 2013 14:22

This is based on the Grand Floridian Hotel, which itself is apparently modelled after the Coronado Hotel in San Diego. Lovely.

The first time I stayed here was amazing; the second not so much. Maybe the staff were more surly.

Why isn't there a section for the restaurants in the hotel?

Walt's cafe - decent food, good for tea, Disney prices so it isn't that cheap. But nice atmosphere overlooking the maze and with sea views.

Enchanted garden restaurant - character meet breakfast is amazing. Disney themed buffet food (Mickey mini pancakes!) was good, and the characters come round to your tables for photos. Amazing.

Crystal Lotus - where they serve the amazing Disney dim sum. They say you have to book in advance and honestly, why can't they get their act together - I have tried twice and only way to do so seems to be to call. A pain for overseas visitors. Do reserve, they apparently won't entertain you if you request for it when you check in on weekdays. This ruined my 2nd visit.


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