The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong Resort Experience

Nestled in the southside of Hong Kong Island with breathtaking views of the South China Sea, the 425-room The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong marks The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts’ debut in Hong Kong and its first resort worldwide.

As the latest addition to TheFullerton Hotels and Resorts’ portfolio in Singapore and Australia, this opening signifies the expansion of the brand known for its heritage conservation efforts and award-winning offerings. Staying true to the hallmark of the brand, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel embraces the early history of Aberdeen, once a bustling trading port filled with the fragrance of incense, earning Hong Kong its Chinese moniker ‘Fragrant Harbour’. The waterfront urban resort, a mere 15-minute drive from Hong Kong’s Central business district yet worlds away from the city’s fast pace, is the ideal holiday retreat.

Apart from visiting the Water World Ocean Park adjacent to the hotel, guests can explore the charms of the dynamic Southside neighbourhood. From taking in the sights and sounds of nature at one of Aberdeen’s numerous beaches and leisurely hiking trails, to rediscovering some of Hong Kong’s oldest gems at historical temples and fishing market, or experiencing the area’s up-and-coming cultural scene through charming local boutiques and exhibitions at neighbouring art galleries, there is truly something for everyone staying at The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong.

With its unique seafront location backed by lush mountains overlooking Hong Kong’s southern archipelago, all 425 well-appointed guest rooms enjoy panoramic views of the sea. The two top-level signature suites both feature a private pool and an expansive outdoor terrace for guests seeking a splendid alfresco getaway, whilst the nine kids-themed rooms are the perfect choice for families wishing to treat their little ones to an unforgettable stay.

Committed to sustainability and guests’ well-being, the hotel has attained the WELL Precertification under the WELL Building Standard™ v2, becoming the first hotel project in Hong Kong and Mainland China to receive this internationally acclaimed recognition. This commitment extends to environmental initiatives including the elimination of single-use plastics, sourcing sustainable seafood, and an in-situ hotel farm.

The Fullerton Ocean Park Hong Kong is set to become an oceanfront culinary destination with five dining concepts, including Jade, the signature Chinese restaurant of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. The Cantonese fine dining restaurant will be helmed by the acclaimed Chef Lai Ching Shing. In addition, the Lighthouse Lounge, Lighthouse Café, Satay Inn offer contemporary indoor and al fresco social space for unique dining experiences. Giardino, an oceanfront Italian restaurant locates on the 3/F with alfresco dining, will soon open later this year.

To cater to the demand for meaningful, restorative experiences, the hotel has carefully curated comprehensive wellness retreat offerings to ensure an ultimate resort getaway. A 24-hour gym, luxury spa and the expansive infinity pool with panoramic sea views provide the perfect setting for enriching fitness activities and relaxation.

Meanwhile, a brand-new service team at the hotel, the F.U.N. Desk, will curate a range of Fun, Unique, Neigbourhood and Nature-immersive programmes for all guests including families to embark on an adventure both from and within the hotel, which features a kids’ lagoon and ‘The Explorers’, a 6,400-square-foot indoor kids’ zone with designs inspired by seven Hong Kong natural landmarks and heritage sites, offering a fun educational experience for children to learn about marine life and sustainability.

For wedding and event planners, the hotel features a variety of outdoor and indoor event spaces complete with stunning sea views, including a pillar-free ballroom that can accommodate up to 500 guests with a panoramic oceanview pre-function foyer.

For more details, please visit www.fullertonhotels.com/fullerton-ocean-park-hotel-hongkong.

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