With guests’ health and well-being in mind, hotels are responding to the global trend of wellness with design, services and offerings, catering to the physical and mental well-being of guests and the broader community.
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Committed to sustainability and wellness, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong, the latest sustainability-minded and family-friendly resort by Sino Group, has attained the internationally acclaimed WELL v2™ pre-certification, becoming the first WELL™-accredited hotel project in Hong Kong and Mainland China. The hotel earned the recognition based on its environmental efforts in ten categories of building performance, including air, water, nourishment, light, movement, thermal comfort, sound, materials, mind and community. This commitment extends to environmental initiatives including the elimination of single-use plastics, sourcing sustainable seafood, an in situ hotel farm, energy-efficient heating, cooling and lighting, coral restoration and marine conservation projects, and a path paved with EcoBricks upcycled from plastic waste.
The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong opened doors to guests in July 2022. With its unique seafront location overlooking Hong Kong’s southern vista, all of the 425 well-appointed guest rooms and suites enjoy mesmerising views of the South China Sea. The two top-level signature suites both feature a private pool and an expansive outdoor terrace for guests looking for a splendid alfresco getaway, while the nine themed rooms are the perfect choices for families to treat their little ones to an unforgettable stay.
The hotel has curated comprehensive wellness offerings to ensure a blissful resort getaway with the expansive infinity pool facing panoramic sea views, a 24-hour gym and an ocean-view spa. Meanwhile, the dedicated F.U.N. Desk team curates a range of Fun, Unique, Neighbourhood and Nature-immersive Fullerton Experiences for guests to embark on an adventure and connect with nature, in addition to having fun infotainment experience for children to learn about marine biodiversity and sustainability.