Nice hotel, convenient to malls, foods, & leisure places.
Service was very good. Hotel clean and spacious. Walked right into the hotel from the Terminal which worked well for our transit onward during this trip.
The price is relatively high, probably worthy of 0.7 of what I paid. The room is clean and the neighborhood is quite and safe. The manager was helpful to some extent in providing directions.
We kept in mind that this was a hostel so we didn't have very high expectations. That being said, though, we wish the rooms and facilities are cleaner, given the high price of our room (it cost as much as our room in a 4-star hotel in HK). The shared toilets and showers are in dire need of a good ...
not bad for a couple night stay with an awesome view of the pui o beach in lantau island hongkong :)
We stayed here for three weeks in Jan-Feb 2018, and were impressed by the warm welcome (includes free, home-baked bread and home-cooked food), the clean and well-equipped apartment, and the beauty of the natural surroundings. Michael and Michelle took really good care of us, including cleaning/changing ...
Nice and modern hotel very close to the airport and ideal for overnight flights
Nice hotel,., just a ferry ride to central and few bus rides to other tourist destinations
Beautiful beach and grounds. Old building, but enough modern upgrades. XLNT BBQ dinner and amazing breakfast buffet! No elevator. No bellman.
Hong Kong’s largest island, this former fishing spot has recently been completely built up thanks to the Tung Chung new town, the Hong Kong International Airport, and Hong Kong Disneyland. It is also connected to Hong Kong Island by bridge, allowing buses, taxis, and trains to make the journey across the bay. Lantau Island is home to beaches, mountainous terrain, and a number of attractions. This makes it popular among tourists from all over the world.Don’t Miss
There is quite a lot to see and do on Lantau Island and visitors can easily spend a whole week here.
Hong Kong Disneyland is one of the main attractions on Lantau Island. It is on the northeast part of the island and features seven themed areas, all day entertainment, and two hotels. You can stay at either the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Hollywood Hotel.
For the cultural side of Lantau Island, you should visit the 34-metre high Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, and the Tai O fishing village. The 11th century Shun Hei era Tung Chung Fort is also worth having a look at. The cable-car Ngong Ping 360 will take you to Ngong Ping Village, a cultural and entertainment village designed specifically for tourism.
If you are a lover of the outdoors, go hiking along the 70 kilometre Lantau Trail that encircles the island or along one of the trails in Discovery Bay. You can also take a boat ride off the island if you want to spot Chinese White Dolphins or go swimming at Silvermine Beach.Restaurants and Bars
There is a good selection of food options and prices on Lantau Island. Discovery Bay is one of the best places to dine on international cuisine, while the restaurant overlooking the cable car is the best place to take in spectacular views and watch the sunset. There are also plenty of places to eat in Hong Kong Disneyland and its onsite hotels. If you are looking for nightlife, there are a few good bars in Discovery Bay, including the lively sports bar at the Auberge Discovery Bay Hong Kong.Shopping
Lantau is not considered a popular place to shop, but there are more than enough places to keep anyone happy including those in Hong Kong Disneyland and the outdoor shopping centre DB Plaza.