Saturday, March 07, 2020

Tai O Heritage Hotel Spring Getaway Package

Tai O Heritage Hotel Spring Getaway Package

Tai O Heritage Hotel Spring Getaway Package

Tai O Heritage Hotel Spring Getaway Package


Working from home for too long? Embrace the blooming season and bring your office to the open setting of the UNESCO-awarded Tai O Heritage Hotel for some inspiration from nature. Complimentary in-room minibar is now on offer with every weekday stay with our “Spring Getaway” package. During the stay, enjoy signature dishes made with Tai O local ingredients, and enjoy cultural and heritage experiences in the village. Take a walk through narrow alleys decked with specialties of a fishing village, a boat excursion along the century-old waterways, or climb Fu Shan for a panoramic view.

Tai O


Stay from now until 29 April 2020 (between Sunday to Thursday, not applicable to 13 April 2020) to enjoy the Spring Getaway Package from HK$1,588 net per night.

Tai O view


Book direct through our website for complimentary in-room minibar in addition to the following benefits:

 • One-night stay in a Double Double Bedroom
 • Breakfast for 2 adults and HK$400 dining credit at Tai O Lookout
 • Complimentary hotel souvenir per booking (available while stock lasts) 

Book Now: http://bit.ly/tohh-booking Enquiry/Reservation: +852 2985 8008

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Perched on a small hill of the waterfront sidewalk of Shek Tsai Po Street, Tai O Heritage Hotel, graded as a Grade II historic building by the Antiquities Advisory Board, is a collaborative revitalisation project between Development Bureau of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the non-profit social enterprise, Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation Limited (HCF). 

The architecture has been conserved and transformed from the century-old Tai O Police Station constructed in 1902. Conferred with the Unesco Award of Merit in 2013, it is now home to nine colonial-style rooms, Heritage Interpretation Centre and a glass-roofed open view restaurant, Tai O Lookout. Tai O Heritage Hotel commits to promote heritage conservation, tourism, green living and engage the public in bolstering Tai O's economy, and to achieve synergy with other local facilities.

A comprehensive offer of accommodations, tour and event packages are designated to provide guests with an itinerary to unwind and to experience the inspiring attractions of Tai O and the natural environment. Since its opening, the hotel has welcomed over 1.2 million guests and visitors through community engagement activities and public access daily from 11 am - 6 pm. Free story tour of the old police station are conducted daily at 3 pm, 3:30 pm, and 4 pm. About Tai O Lookout Tai O Lookout, the glass-roofed restaurant situated on the first floor of Tai O Heritage Hotel, is named after the guard tower where the marine police were stationed to guard against pirate activities.

The rooftop is now transformed into the restaurant with colonial décor, housing the wood-carved furniture previously belonging to China Tee Club, with its vibe and flavour revived here. To promote the charming cultures and the indigenous fare of the century-old fishing village, Tai O Lookout serves signature snacks and drinks made from recipes and ingredients.

 Transportation to Tai O From Tung Chung MTR Station: 50-minute ride by bus route no. 11 from Tung Chung Bus Terminus to Tai O From Central Ferry Pier: 35-minute ride by ferry from Central Ferry Pier 6 to Mui Wo and a 55-minute ride by bus route no. 1 from Mui Wo Bus Terminus to Tai O From Tuen Mun Ferry Pier: 60-minute ride by ferry from Tuen Mun Ferry Pier to Tai O, runs through Tung Chung and Sha Lo Wan Upon arriving at Tai O Bus Terminus, take a 2-minute ride on jetboat shuttle* or a 20-minute walk to the hotel.

 *Charged by local villagers, subject to availability (normally starts from 11am to 5pm)

About Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation Limited (www.hkheritage.org) The Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation is a non-profit organisation set up by the Ng Teng Fong family in March 2008.

The primary objectives of the company are to revitalise and maintain heritage buildings, as well as to promote the conservation and appreciation of heritage and historic places and their importance in community life.

The organisation’s management team has solid experience in heritage revitalisation and has previously participated in a number of heritage projects in Singapore, including The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Waterboat House, Clifford Pier and Far East Square. Tai O Heritage Hotel Address: Shek Tsai Po Street, Tai O, Lantau Island Tel: +852 2985 8383 Email: info@taioheritagehotel.com Website: www.taioheritagehotel.com Facebook/Instagram: taioheritagehotel

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