INSIDE: Roam the Gnome’s Guide to Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel.
Right at the top of our Family Travel Bucket List is a Hong Kong family holiday to visit Hong Kong Disneyland.
But the main reason is to stay a few nights at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel for some Grand Victorian Elegance, and a fabulous surprise for the kids!
Want to know why?
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- 1 Overview of Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel
- 2 HK Disneyland Hotel Bedtime Stories and Craft Club
- 3 Disney Hotel Hong Kong Craft Club!
- 4 Disney Bedtime Stories at Disneyland Hotel Hong Kong
- 5 Hong Kong Disneyland Accommodation Tip: Fill that Piggy Bank
- 6 Hot Tips for Hong Kong Disneyland Resort Hotel
- 7 Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel Playroom for kids
- 8 The Inside Scoop – HK Disneyland Hotel
- 9 Kingdom Club Hong Kong Disneyland
- 10 Getting there from Hong Kong International Airport
- 11 Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel Map
- 12 Hong Kong City Essentials
- 13 Toadstool Rating for HK Disneyland Hotel Resort
- 14 Looking for more things to do in Hong Kong with Kids?
Overview of Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel
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Be a Royal for a Day & Night at the Kingdom Club
This SUPER DOOPER fun experience is exclusive to those who stay in the elegantly furnished Kingdom Rooms and Suites.
It is seriously the closest you’ll ever get to living like a Royal (and we love trying out new and exciting VIP adventures!)
There’s also FREE scrumptious Disney snack food and meals on tap for your tribe throughout the day including:
- fresh pastries for breakfast
- hot breakfast selections also
- homemade cookies and fresh fruit during the day
- moreish appetisers and a lovely glass of your favourite red (or white) during the witching hour, and
- cookies and beverages for supper.
HK Disneyland Hotel Bedtime Stories and Craft Club
But that’s not the best bit.
The best bit is not just a bit, but two bits.
Disney Hotel Hong Kong Craft Club!
Oh my goodness me.
Disney and “Craft” in the one sentence sounds like too much fun!
The kids can join in a Disney craft extravaganza with a Cast Member and make stuff but I think I’m going to have to join in too!
There’s a session or two of the Disney Craft Club at the Disneyland Hotel in Hong Kong on offer every day – just ask when you check in.
A material fee applies on a per craft basis.
Craft workshops are held in the Storybook Playroom is located on Level 1 of the Conference Center.
You can access the playroom from either the lift or stairs near Crystal Lotus. Admission is complimentary for up to 4 Guests per room staying on premises.
Disney Bedtime Stories at Disneyland Hotel Hong Kong
The highlight of this stay at the Disneyland Hotel in Hong Kong for the kids is a chance to experience Disney Bedtime Stories!
After a full day of adventures at Hong Kong Disneyland, kids love having a Disney bedtime story read to them in English by a Kingdom Club Cast Member, complete with a cookies and milk supper to enjoy.
Then, to top off a fabulous day of Disney dreaming-come-true, a pyjama clad Disney Character will pop in to say GOOD NIGHT!
Will it be Goofy? Or Donald? Mickey? Or MINNIE?
Oh, are you swooning with anticipation just like me?
I know! I know! It’s the coolest thing ever.
It will be a memory they keep for LIFE.
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Hong Kong Disneyland Accommodation Tip: Fill that Piggy Bank
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These family rooms sleep four.
Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel Price
Kingdom Club Rooms at Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel start from $HK4900 ($910 AUD) per night.
Kingdom Suites start from $HK7375 ($1370 AUD) per night.
The Kingdom Club FROZEN Suite starts from $HK 9160 ($1702 AUD) PER NIGHT!
It’s costly to be a royal you know!
Thankfully, the Disney Hotel in Hong Kong does have special offers and a Hong Kong Disneyland hotel package from time to time. If you can book one of those, the pain is not so bad and you might even get an upgrade.
How to Book Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel
Hot Tips for Hong Kong Disneyland Resort Hotel
Disney Princess Visits
Keep your eye out for a Disney Princess at breakfast when staying in the Kingdom Club!
They are known to frequent this exclusive domain from time to time.
Staying in the Kingdom rooms and suites provides you with personalised service and special activities add an extra level of enjoyment to your stay.
They’ll help you with:
- car rentals
- fresh flowers (should you need them!)
- travel guides
- travel arrangements and tour information
- shipping packages (just in case you shop till you drop at Disney!)
- weather updates
- park tickets
- even wake up calls!
With Mickey on the line!
Hong Kong Disneyland Club Lounge
Those staying in the Kingdom Suites and Rooms also have access to the Club Lounge.
The lounge provides an exclusive viewing area during the evening for the “Disney in the Stars” Fireworks Spectacular, complete with it’s own soundtrack.
Everyone knows you must stay for the fireworks, but this way you don’t have to.
A Kingdom Suite or Room stay allows you the opportunity to retreat back to your hotel with tired kids in tow, and watch in comfort from there!
Crowd-free firework watching?
Now, that is royal!
Mickey Mouse Maze
There’s a Mickey shaped MAZE for the kids to explore too!
Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel Playroom for kids
The hotel also has a dedicated children’s playroom available to ALL guests.
It’s a fairy-tale story delight, with the room themed with a rowboat, castle, and woods.
Children are free to enjoy enchanting activities, games, toys and puzzles that inspire creativity, good times and laughter.
The miniature theatre is charming, providing the setting for the screening of classic Disney films AND Disney story time, where a Cast Member narrates a tale for the children before bed.
The Inside Scoop – HK Disneyland Hotel
Kingdom Club Hong Kong Disneyland
Opening hours: 7.30am to 10pm.
Getting there from Hong Kong International Airport
By car: Take Route 8 (towards Kowloon). Take Exit 5 to Penny’s Bay Highway. Take Exit to Magic Road at the Roundabout. Take Exit to Fantasy Road at the Roundabout
By train: From Hong Kong International Airport, walk to the Airport statoin and catch the Airport Express to Tsing Yi station. Swap to the Tung Chung line and catch the train to Sunny Bay Station. Then catch the Disneyland Resort Line to the Disneyland Resort Station. Get google map directions here.
There is a complimentary shuttle service for Disney Hotel guests to and from the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, and the Disneyland Public Transport interchange.
Hong Kong Disneyland Park is a short walk from the station.
Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel Map
Hong Kong City Essentials
& Getting around Hong Kong
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Toadstool Rating for HK Disneyland Hotel Resort
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