Dis­ney Ex­plor­ers Lodge

Join the spirit of ad­ven­ture at Hong Kong’s first truly themed ho­tel, filled with un­ex­pected twists and turns and your favourite Dis­ney char­ac­ters.

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New for sum­mer 2017 Hong Kong Dis­ney­land Re­sort's third ho­tel, the Dis­ney Ex­plor­ers Lodge has just opened its doors, wel­com­ing guests to a brand-new ho­tel ex­pe­ri­ence crammed with ex­otic ad­ven­tures, themed din­ing and full-on fam­ily fun.

Lo­cated ad­ja­cent to Penny's Bay on Lan­tau Is­land, the Dis­ney Ex­plor­ers Lodge sits at the heart of Hong Kong Dis­ney­land and fea­tures art and cul­tural ex­pe­ri­ences from across Asia, South Amer­ica, Africa and Ocea­nia. With an in­cred­i­ble se­lec­tion of ex­plo­ration-themed ac­tiv­i­ties, mod­ern fa­cil­i­ties and im­mer­sive din­ing restau­rants, plus the fact it is part of one of the most pop­u­lar theme parks in the re­gion, it's bound to tick the fam­ily hol­i­day box.

With four wings and themed gar­dens each show­cas­ing ei­ther the cul­tures of Asia, Ocea­nia, South Amer­ica or Africa, the seven-storey ho­tel boast 750 rooms. All the rooms sleep up to four in two queen­size beds and have views over the sea or land­scaped gar­dens. Nearly 70 per­cent of the rooms have con­nec­tion op­tions al­low­ing guests the flex­i­bil­ity of ex­tra space and the abil­ity to share their ex­pe­ri­ences with friends or fam­ily in ad­ja­cent rooms.

The rooms are com­fort­able and fea­ture de­sign as­pects ac­cented from the Dis­ney col­lec­tion, such as the Mickey and

Min­nie Mouse tiki-styled masks on the head­boards. The room ameni­ties are also de­signed for fam­i­lies with kids' bathrobes, tooth­brush sets and bath­tubs with step­ping stools, for ex­am­ple. The rooms them­selves are planned to max­imise space. For some­thing spe­cial, treat your kids to a themed room dec­o­ra­tion pack­age and add a mag­i­cal touch to your ho­tel stay. The Ju­nior Ex­plor­ers Room Dec­o­ra­tion Pack­age comes with Ex­plorer's tent, mock-fire­fly and ukulele,

but don't worry dad, it also in­cludes ukulele lessons!

There are three ter­rific themed restau­rants and, of­fer­ing over 550 dishes and 30 spe­cialty drinks, there will be some­thing to suit ev­ery­one's taste. Kick back and en­joy an eclec­tic se­lec­tion of spe­cialty cof­fees and ca­sual fast food from con­ti­nen­tal break­fasts, sal­ads and sand­wiches to made-to-or­der pas­tas while soak­ing in the peace­ful, calm­ing and wel­com­ing at­mos­phere at the Chart Room Cafe.

Savour the tastes of an­cient wis­dom with sig­na­ture de­lights from ru­ral and clas­si­cal pro­vin­cial China, with culi­nary styles and lay­out in­spired by the Five El­e­ments at Dragon Wind. Open and airy and dec­o­rated with whim­si­cal dragon kites, your favourite Dis­ney friends will be on hand dur­ing the break­fast and lunch buf­fet to say hello, so don't for­get your cam­era!

Dis­cover the spices and herbs of the new and old world with flavours drawn from across the world's seas, is­lands and con­ti­nents. Piz­zas, soups, sal­ads, light western cui­sine such as pas­tas, a grill for healthy meat and seafood dishes plus a va­ri­ety of veg­e­tar­ian dishes and light Asian cui­sine is what awaits the hun­gry ex­plorer at the World of Colour.

Per­haps the big­gest at­trac­tion for fam­i­lies is what you can do whilst you are there. The pools and play ar­eas are a bun­dle of fun and there's al­ways a Dis­ney friend on hand for those im­por­tant hol­i­day snaps. Check out the af­ter­noon pool­side party at the Rain Drop Pool with cool games and ac­tiv­i­ties, or join the ho­tel ex­plo­ration and learn about all kinds of plants and cul­tures in four themed gar­dens named af­ter char­ac­ters from Dis­ney and Dis­neyp­ixar movies, or kick start the day with Goofy and a spot of morn­ing Tai Chi.

With a spe­cially des­ig­nated en­trance and a Pri­or­ity Ad­mis­sion Pass to at least one park at­trac­tion (de­pen­dent on room and oc­cu­pancy) the all-new Dis­ney Ex­plor­ers Lodge looks set to be the sum­mer hit of 2017.


Hong Kong Dis­ney­land Re­sort Lan­tau Is­land, Hong Kong T: (+852) 3510 2000

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