Another Way to Use Marriott Points: Hong Kong’s First City Resort Is Finally Open for Business!

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How neat is this!  The recently opened Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel is the city’s first-ever resort.  The hotel is located in Ocean Park, a marine mammal park, oceanarium, and animal theme park located in the Southern District of Hong Kong.

With 471 rooms and its location just minutes away from the city, this new hotel is a great option for travelers, especially those traveling with kids.  And even better, there are plenty of ways to earn Marriott points for a free stay!

Pools Galore!  Staying at the New Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel Looks Like It Would Be a Blast!

The Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel is a category 5 hotel, so the standard rate is 35,000 Marriott points per night.  Cash rates can easily run $300+ per night.

The hotel was clearly designed with vacationers (and stay-cationers!) in mind.  The rooms surround a large lagoon pool and a number of different kids pools.  And the hotel offers 4 restaurants and bars along with spa and fitness facilities.

Designers also kept the environment in mind and designed the hotel with many sustainable features, like vertical plantings, rainwater collection areas, and energy-saving cooling systems.  I love seeing a big company like Marriott leading the way with this type of innovation!

Would you consider staying at the Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel?  If you’re planning a trip to this vibrant city, it’s definitely worth a look!

Hat tip:  The Shutterwhale

Meghan Hunter is a contributor to Million Mile Secrets, he covers topics on points and miles, credit cards, airlines, hotels, and general travel.

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