Hong Kong Disneyland partners with hotels

Hong Kong Disneyland has launched the Good Neighbor Hotel Program, which will see the resort collaborate with hotel partners to enhance C&I guest experiences, to include flexible travel and accommodation packages.

The 261-room Auberge Discovery Bay Hong Kong, 20 minutes from the resort by shuttle bus, is the first partner to join the scheme.  

"The launch of the Good Neighbor Hotel Program marks a big step forward in the co-operation between the resort and hotels in Hong Kong," said Terruce Wang, vice president, sales and distribution marketing, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.

"It will benefit both the resort and partner hotels in close proximity by bringing more guests to each other. In addition to the leisure guests, both parties can also extend the reach of business opportunities to MICE and incentive activities together."  

The Program was established more than 17 years ago, and more than 70 hotels across the globe have joined, creating an established network for guests who visit Disney Parks and Resorts.  

Visit C&IT’s Hong Kong Destination Guide here  

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