The next day, after another breakfast at MacDonald’s along Nathan Rd., we checked out of Kimberley Hotel and were all picked up by airconditioned coach for the early morning, 1.5-hour drive to Hollywood Hotel, one of two hotels at Hong Kong Disneyland (the other is the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel), where we were to stay overnight.  We got 2 adjoining rooms (3737 and 3738).

Hollywood Hotel

This Hollywood-themed hotel has 600 airconditioned rooms with bath, flat screen LCD TV, in-room safe and in-room high-speed internet access (Garden View, Sea View and Park View).

Suite 3737

It also has restaurants (Chef Mickey, Studio Lounge, the al fresco Sunset Terrace), coffee shop (Hollywood & Dine), a piano-shaped swimming pool, pool bar, toy shop, gift shop and a children’s playground. It also offers guest limousine service, laundry and valet service.

Swimming Pool

The hotel was designed with an Art Deco exterior that features design motifs incorporating Disney’s world-famous mouse.  Its 21 acre, landscaped gardens appears like a map of Los Angeles and features details such as the famous Hollywood sign and vintage Californian cars.  We also availed of the complimentary shuttle service between the hotel and Hong Kong Disneyland.

1941 Willys

Disney’s Hollywood Hotel: Hong Kong Disneyland, Lantau Island, Hong Kong.  Tel: +852 3510-5000.  Fax: +852 3510-5333.

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