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[hotel-description]The hotel enjoys breathtaking views of the dazzling beach and serene natural surroundings, making it an exotic choice for both leisure and business trips. Fully air-conditioned, it features a café, restaurant and games room as well as conference facilities for business guests.There is an outdoor swimming pool with a private BBQ area for guests to enjoy. Those looking to unwind might want to treat themselves to a spa treatment or a facial. Sportier types will appreciate a game of tennis, basketball, volleyball or badminton. Entertainment programmes for children are also provided at the hotel.[/hotel-description][room-description]The hotel's 66 rooms were recently renovated and are beautifully furnished. Each ocean view room has its own private balcony overlooking Cheung Chau's main sandy beach. Amenities include a direct dial telephone, TV and air conditioning.[/room-description][additional-description]The hotel features a Chinese restaurant, serving authentic Chinese dim sum and seafood dishes, as well as the extensive ocean view Terrace Café serving afternoon tea and drinks.[/additional-description][location]This beach hotel is located on Cheung Chau, the emerald-green island of the South China Sea, a quaint island far removed from urban life. Approximately 2.45 km², this beautiful island is where the Hong Kong Olympic gold medallist in windsurfing perfected her skills. Visitors looking to follow in her footsteps can do so at the Cheung Chau Windsurfing Water Sports Centre, just 5 minutes' walk from the hotel. Other attractions include the Cheung Po Chai Cave and the Kwan Tai Pavillion, both a short distance away. The nearest public transport link is the New Ferry, 45 minutes from the accommodation.[/location][getting-to-the-hotel]Take the Airport Express Train from the airport to Hong Kong Station, walk across the Outlying Island Ferry Pier No. 5 (Central to Cheung Chau). Upon arrival at Cheung Chau, it is a 5-minute walk via Tung Wan Road from the pier directly to the hotel.[/getting-to-the-hotel]