Hong Kong & Macau 6D6N Itinerary Year 2009 – Great for First Timer!
5D4N Eat Drink HK Itinerary Year 2010 – Time to Revisit!
Our magical day does not end here…
We continue to enjoy the wonderful magic of Disney at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel.
The hotel is tastefully decorated in an old world Victorian-style. The moment we stepped in, we knew immediately that we would be in for a real treat.
In the midst of the holiday season with Christmas right around the corner, the hotel is filled with warm festive atmosphere lit up with garlands, ornaments, crystals and Christmas tree.
Upon checking in with the friendly front desk staff, we were presented with a really cute access card. And the best part is? You get to keep them as souvenir! 🙂
the walk way to our room
DND because…imma shut the door behind and scream in awe!
private balcony with beautiful sea view!!
Our room is really big, especially in Hong Kong where space is a luxury! The room is big enough to fit two double bed and is perfect for a family of 4.
Can’t help it! The bed is so soft and all of the linens are so comfortable!
The room is also adorned with classy Victorian-style furniture pieces.
princess-y bedside lamp
guest service at your finger tips
souvenirs that I lugged home – Disney pen & papers!
coffee & tea making facilities
This reminds me of Chips and Mrs. Potts from Beauty and the Beast so please allow me to sing aloud:
Be our guest! Be our guest!
Put our service to the test
Tie your napkin ’round your neck, cherie
And we’ll provide the rest…….
even the bathroom mirror is so…whimsical and…dreamy? Did I tell you that the toilet comes with Jacuzzi bath tub too?
toiletries in the Seven Dwarfs packaging.
our Disney bathrobe
our Disney slippers – it says, please bring these slippers home with you as a gift from Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel
awww so cute!!
We also had a very delicate lunch at Crystal Lotus, an award-winning restaurant that offers outstanding cuisine from four major culinary regions of China: Sichuan, Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong.
We were presented with the specially created Disney Dim Sum, only available for lunch on the weekends and public holidays.
Roasted Suckling Pig with Cucumber and Sweetened Paste in Steamed Piggy Mask Bun
Steamed Piggy Mask Bun. oink oink
Little Green Men Pork & Vegetables Bun
Little Pig Barbeque Pork Bun
Mickey’s Seafood Glutinous Pancake
Double Boiled Chicken and Conpoy (dried scallop) Soup in Petite Coconut
Wok Fried Shrimps and Disney Root Vegetables
Fried Rice with Tasmanian Crabmeat Stuffed in Whole Crab Shell
Double Boiled Whole Chinese Pear topped with Aged Mandarin Peel
It was a really good and satisfying lunch that wcan barely move after that. Beautiful presentation, exquisite combination, delicate taste; every mouthful wins me over.The next time you are here, do expect some “ooh aah” moment whenever a new course is placed before you.
It’s time to take a stroll around the hotel after such a filling lunch.
surreal isn’t it?
the Mickey Maze, designed for all ages
third, fourth & fifth round! hahaha
and the highlight of meal is that the Disney Characters make a visit to our table!
All in all, we had a very good experience at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel. The staffs are really nice, friendly and helpful. Our room was excellent – spacious, clean and it comes with a spectacular sea view and garden view. Not to forgot the small touches here and there, like the kid size slippers and bathrobe (so cute but I couldn’t fit in, so I wore the adult size ones). Location was excellent too, there are free shuttle buses to and from Disneyland so this a a good hotel to rest your weary feet after a long day at the theme park.
For more information on Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, visit their website here.