The Hong Kong Disneyland Resort will open its third hotel on April 30, with the theme of exploration and adventure, the park said Tuesday.
Named Disney Explorer Lodge, the 750-room hotel will enable the guests to explore landscapes, art and cultures across Asia, South America, Africa and Oceania.
With its exotic theme and immersive storytelling, the new hotel will be an ideal getaway destination for local and other guests, Terruce Wang, vice president of sales and hotel operations at the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort told media during a preview tour.
More than 1000 artifacts that explorers collected from around the world like Bali, Papua New Guinea, Costa Rica, Bolivia and more are displayed throughout the hotel, said Todd Richins, senior program manager at the Walt Disney Imagineering.
Opened in 2005 in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort currently operates two hotels. One has Victorian-style elegance, and the other is marked by Hollywood art deco architecture.
With the addition of the new 750 rooms, the park now has a grand total of 1,750 hotel rooms.