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Hong Kong Holiday | Disney Hollywood Hotel.

It's been three months since our Hong Kong trip, I know. But you know what they say, better late than never! And since it's almost summer - the best time of the year to leave the country and go on a vacay - I thought it would be nice if I could share with you our experience at Disney Hollywood Hotel.
Disney Hollywood Hotel.
We stayed there for two nights and three days, as part of the vacation package that we availed thru Cathay Pacific. The package includes airfare, hotel accommodation, return airport/hotel transfer, plus 2-day tickets to Hong Kong Disneyland.
The little man enjoying his first plane ride.
Airplane food for adults. Kids are served a different meal.
Touchdown, Hong Kong!
One of the two hotels located at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Disney Hollywood Hotel gives off a vintage vibe with its 1930s Hollywood theme.
Here's the check-in counter at the lobby.
And the waiting area, occupied mostly by kids.
Kick Buttowski was airing when we arrived.
A better view of the lobby. That's my brother, niece, and sis-in-law on the right.
Mum with the grandkids.
The hotel has 600 guestrooms in total, categorized according to view. There's 'Park View' which overlooks, well, the park; 'Garden View' which overlooks the landscaped garden; and 'Sea View' which gives you a view of the stretching sea. We stayed at one of the Garden View rooms and here's the view from our window.
Trees and mountains...
And a little bit of the sea.
The rooms are designed for a family of four. They come with either a king-sized bed or two double beds. Our room, which I shared with my son, my sister, and my brother-in-law, had the latter. My Mum, brother, sister-in-law, and niece were checked-in at the room beside ours and they had the same double beds as well.
Two double beds.
The little man feeling at home. :)
There's a flat-screen LCD TV inside the room, with so many Disney Channels. My son kept on flipping through them, not knowing which one to watch. Haha!
Finally settled with this channel that airs Little Einsteins.
There's also a corner lounge, which would have been a great spot to get some writing done. I didn't bring my laptop though, as I had no intention of working while in Hong Kong. It's a vacation, for crying out loud! :)
Corner lounge, pardon our mess. :)
There's no fridge inside the room, but the mini bar comes with complimentary coffee and tea, plus an electric kettle. We got a few bottles of water, too. Wasn't able to take photos though, as we chugged them as soon as we got inside the room. Lol.
Great for night-caps.
The bathroom looks very posh with its black and white color scheme. Not as spacious as I expected, but it has a bath tub complete with water heater. I have one gripe, though. There's no bidet, which I found very uncomfortable, considering I'm used to bidets and dippers all my life. Woe is me, haha.
Towels, toilet paper, check.
Yes, I brought home that Mickey Mouse tumbler.
Now if you're asking about internet access, yes, there's wifi inside the room! And it was fast enough for me to download my Kdramas, and upload photos on my social media sites.

Disney Hollywood Hotel has lots of amenities to keep the kids (and adults, even) entertained. They have a huge outdoor pool, an outdoor playground, a game room, a gift shop, and several restaurants. But since we stayed at Disneyland for the most part of our trip (after all, we came there to celebrate my son's fifth birthday), I only saw the game room in passing and wasn't able to visit the pool or the playground. Luckily, we were able to dine at Chef Mickey, one of the restaurants inside the hotel. I'll talk about the food and the dining experience in a different post. :)
Ah, Hollywood Hotel. Bogoshippo!
If you're thinking of going to Disneyland this summer, you might want to consider getting the same package that we availed. (Thank you, Mum for funding this trip!) Prices start at $277 (around Php 12374); child package rate applies to kids ages 2-11.

Disney Hollywood Hotel
Lantau Island, Hong Kong
+852 35100 5000

18 replies:

Laarnie Deguzman said...

the rooms are so cute , i remember visiting disneyland paris i have a similar post too .. disneyland is really magical but we didn't stay in disneyland hotel. looking forward to visit hong kong too :)

Rhea Bue | Styles and Writes said...

wooow! ang cute ng hotel nila!! very mickey mouse!!! love ettt <3 :) said...

Though Hong Kong is so close to me, I've never been to Hong Kong Disneyland! It's mostly because the friends I'm closest to here are not really the type to want to go to Disneyland. hahaha :D The hotel looks good though! The package is worth it na rin :)

Tina Ong said...

We stayed in this hotel, too. Reading your post brings back happy memories.:)

Chris said...

planning a trip there soon! your post was just what i needed. thanks :)

Patricia Cuyugan said...

Yay thanks for sharing. My little boy has been bugging me to plan a trip to either Disneyland or Legoland, and so I've just started doing research. Your info is gonna come in handy when the time comes for us to decide where to go. :)

Kim Mendoza said...

Weee! You can never go wrong with Disneyland! Love! :)

Lame Shrill Owl said...

I didn't realize there were Disney locations internationally, but it sure make sense.

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

I love the retro look!! NOTHING beats OLD HOLLYWOOD!!!

Ave T said...

Looks like a great hotel to stay when visiting the Disneyland! Love that the TV had a huge amount of channels with cartoons.

bxcrochet said...

Wow ..looks like a great place to stay it.

Michelle F.

Debi Gerhart said...

It seems like a great hotel. The kids look like they are enjoying themselves.

Sharon Ruggieri said...

Sa-weet! I'd go just for the hotel room!

Ces said...

How I've missed Hong Kong! I'm planning on bringing my kid to Disneyland when she turns 4. Does staying in the Disney Hollywood Hotel lets you have breakfast with Mickey and the gang, too? :)

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Hi Cess!
They do, but you have to make reservations prior. :)

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Hi Laarnie! Will visit your blog and read all about your Disneyland Paris adventure. :)

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Hi Patricia! You're most welcome. I'm sure your son will enjoy that trip. :)

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Hi Debi!
Yes, and the adults, too. :)

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