Hong Kong Intl Airport HKG – Lantau Island area hotel - Hotwire

Hong Kong Intl Airport HKG – Lantau Island area hotel – Hotwire

Hong Kong Intl Airport HKG – Lantau Island area hotel – Hotwire

For a fantastic hotel experience with equal parts luxury and amazing features as well as convenience in location and first class services look no further than this wonderful four star Hot Rate Secret Hotel. Packed full of luxury features such as an indoor swimming pool and state of the art fitness centre guests can unwind and enjoy some leisure time during their stay. The hotel also features many useful services to make your stay as easy and convenient as possible including an airport shuttle taking you door to door to illuminate any travel stress as well as a business centre for those visiting Hong Kong for work purposes with many handy facilities such as free wifi to assist with all of your business needs. If you are staying for an extended period of time or want a more spacious experience of a home from home then take advantage of the many suites available with living areas and kitchenettes so you can enjoy your own meals with all the comforts of home. Or dine in the hotel’s very own restaurant serving up delicious local cuisine using only the finest and freshest ingredients.

This Hong Kong Intl Airport HKG – Lantau Island area hotel is not only home to a plethora of amazing features but is also situated in the convenient location near Hong Kong’ international airport, allowing guests to travel quickly and easily into the centre of the city to explore all of the amazing sights and experiences that the vibrant city of Hong Kong has to offer. However the hotel’s wonderful location on Lantau Island means that all of amazing attractions of Hong Kong’s largest outlaying Island are all on the hotel’s doorstep.

Discover Hong Kong’s fascinating Buddist culture and heritage at the Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Isaland, this once remote monastery secluded in this splendid green mountain area is now world renowned due to the erection in 1993 of the spectacular Tian Tan Buddha statue that is also known as the Big Buddha. This humongous 34 metre high bronze Buddha faces north and watches over the people of China and attracts Buddhist pilgrims and visitors from around the world to take in its majestic glory. Visitors can climb the 268 steps up to foot of the statue that took 12 years to build and enjoy breath taking views of the glorious mountains and the sea. The Po Lin monastery is opposite the statue and is one of the most important Buddhist temples in Hong Kong.