More Ways to Have Fun in Hong Kong This Summer

By Sponsored, June 9, 2020

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Marriott International has launched ‘Say Hello to Family Fun’ staycation packages with distinctive experiences at 11 hotels in Hong Kong. From now until August 31, guests can book fun-filled summer staycations, perfect for families, couples and friends seeking quality time together. Tapping into guests’ passions for relaxation, dining and inspiring experiences that let them play and connect with their loved ones, staycations offer a getaway from the scorching summer heat without missing a beat in the city.

Staycations are available at The Ritz-Carlton, The St. Regis, W Hong Kong, JW Marriott, Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott, Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Tower, Le Méridien Cyberport, Renaissance Harbour View Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott and Courtyard by Marriott Sha Tin. 

Here are some examples of staycations on offer: 





To see more packages and for more information, please click here

[Cover image via Marriott]

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