Marriott Hotels, the iconic flagship of Marriott International, Lai Sun Group and Ocean Park Hong Kong have opened the highly-anticipated Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel.
Located at Ocean Park Hong Kong and just minutes from the heart of a city famous for its skyscrapers, the first-ever city resort hotel with 471 rooms offers a brilliant new destination experience for business travellers and families on leisure.
Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel is committed to a sustainable future and reducing its environmental footprint and opens with several initiatives in place. These initiatives include the hotel façade design that features energy-saving components to keep the building cooler in summer. In addition, rainwater collection areas and vertical planting systems are found throughout the hotel. Also, the hotel will launch its own green education program for guests of all ages, as well as joining hands with Ocean Park to connect people with nature.
With families and staycations in mind, at the heart of the destination resort is the large lagoon pool which includes adjacent children’s pools. These swimming pools are easily accessed from the three surrounding hotel wings, four restaurants and leisure facilities. Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel will also be inspiring children and their parents to travel brilliantly with the M Passport program. The pilot program encourages younger visitors to participate in various resort activities with educational and fun themes, such as seashell art, scavenger hunts and dinners that encourage parent and child bonding. Completion of each activity is linked to rewards and treats that are tracked using a specially designed passport. Underpinning the program is Marriott’s Art of Hosting ethos where each associate can thoughtfully and dynamically create a memorable experience for each guest.
Designed by Aedas, Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel is a homage to a modern urban green oasis comprising of three towers – The Pier Wing, Club Wing and Marina Wing. It offers 471 smoke-free, contemporary rooms and suites that capture the modern Marriott ethos with streamlined interiors, expansive naturally lit spaces and ocean-inspired décor. Three types of Ocean Park-themed rooms are available at The Pier Wing and Marina Wing.
The Club Wing houses the executive M Club, an exclusive space where guests can work, enjoy a bite, recharge and connect. It also offers premium services including breakfast, evening hors-d’oeuvres with premium drink options. Renowned international interior designer Peter Remedios created The Club Wing’s interiors with an inviting palette of natural colours and modern furnishings. The highly anticipated Club Wing is scheduled to open early next year.
The hotel showcases four restaurants and bars designed for brilliant dining experiences complete with alfresco areas offering amazing views over the hotel lagoon. These include The Pier Lounge and Bar for modern dining and cocktails; and Marina Kitchen, an all-day dining and international buffet featuring live cooking stations and a kids dessert counter. Meanwhile, guests can head to the Canton Bistro for Cantonese specialities and the Prohibition Grill House & Cocktail Bar to enjoy an American steakhouse concept. All dining outlets also serve WWF-certified sustainable seafood from approved suppliers.
This urban retreat features innovative spaces including the largest pillar-free ballroom at 1,200sqm on Hong Kong island and flexible meeting spaces that can be configured to suit any agenda. For inspirational and creative events, the resort offers extensive outdoor facilities and special access to Ocean Park for exclusive meeting options. After an eventful day of work or exploration, guests can refresh in the outdoor lagoon pool or rejuvenate in Hong Kong’s first Harnn Heritage Spa or work out their stress in the fitness centre.
While the hotel’s location is perfectly situated for access to the city, it also offers convenient access to Hong Kong’s breathtaking hiking and jogging trails. These trails wind through some of Hong Kong’s finest coastline and country parks, including Repulse Bay, the Aberdeen Reservoir and the challenging Dragon’s Back Trail.