Hong Kong Disneyland Resort today broke ground on its third hotel, marking another milestone in the continued development of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort as a world-class travel and entertainment destination. Named Disney Explorers Lodge, the new 750-room hotel is slated to open in early 2017.
Dedicated to the spirit of exploration, Disney Explorers Lodge will invite guests to leave the everyday world behind and enter into a new world full of discovery, nature and exotic cultures. The hotel will feature four distinct gardens based on exotic cultures from around the globe, along with new themed restaurants, a shop and a large outdoor swimming pool.
Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Gregory So; President and Managing Director, Asia, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Bill Ernest; Financial Secretary John Tsang; and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort Managing Director Andrew Kam officiate at the groundbreaking ceremony with Mickey Mouse.