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2017 Neuheit: Disney Explorers' Lodge (3. Hotel) @ Hong Kong Disneyland - China

Hanao

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So wie's aussieht geht es mit Hong Kong Disneyland weiter bergauf. Der Park macht jetzt schon zum zweiten Jahr in Folge Profit und er zählte 7,4 Millionen Besucher im letzten Jahr. Außerdem plant man ein drittes Hotel zu bauen, dass mit 750 Betten die bisherige Bettenkapazität fast verdoppelt. Was mich etwas überrascht hat ist die Höhe der geplanten Investition. Wenn ich 4,26 Milliarden HK$ in den Währungsrechner eingebe, spuckt der mir ca. 400 Millionen Euro aus. :eek: Kann das stimmen? Ich zumindest finde, dass das ein ganz schön krasser Batzen Geld istl! :D

China tourists push Hong Kong Disneyland to record profit
Hong Kong Disneyland on Monday reported a record profit last year buoyed by an increasing number of tourists from mainland China and said it would build a third hotel in the theme park to meet demand.
The once-struggling park said profit more than doubled to HK$242 million (US$31.2 million) in the last fiscal year that ended September, compared with US$14.06 million in the same period of 2012, with a record attendance of 7.4 million visitors.
It said the increase in attendance was largely due to more mainland tourists visiting.
"Asia is experiencing strong economic growth. Disposable income around Asia is improving and that has stimulated the tourism industry within Asia," Hong Kong Disneyland managing director Andrew Kam told a news conference.
"I don't have a crystal ball... but as long as disposable income keeps increasing, the demand for outbound travel certainly will continue" to grow in mainland China and the rest of the region, he said.
Kam said the theme park's two existing hotels had an overall occupancy rate of more than 90 percent for the past three years.
He said the new hotel would add 750 rooms to the existing capacity of 1,000 and would require a new investment of HK$4.26 billion, partly funded by the Hong Kong government, the park's largest shareholder.
Hong Kong Disneyland is 52 percent-owned by the city's government.
The park reported its first-ever annual profit since its 2005 opening in the 2012 fiscal year, totalling US$14.06 million, while attendance stood at 6.7 million visitors.
The new hotel would open as early as 2017, he said.


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Mario M.

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Artworks sowie Bilder von der Präsentation des neuen Projektes:
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Mario M.

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Der Disneyandmore Blog hat weitere tolle Artworks gepostet:
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So soll wohl die Lobby aussehen :eek:
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Ein bisschen angelehnt an die Animal Kingdom Lodge :) Sieht echt Klasse aus!

Dazu noch den Übersichtplan in besserer Qualität :)
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kaiser

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Das Hotel öffnet am 30. April:
Disney Blog schrieb:
Look no further for exotic adventure than the new Disney Explorers Lodge coming to Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, which we announced in a blog post last year. This 750-room hotel is divided into four wings, each overlooking a lush themed garden named after a beloved Disney character that celebrates different locales around the world.
There’s Kevin Garden, themed to South America and named for everyone’s favorite curious bird in “Up.” Also the Little Squirt Garden of Oceania named for the playful sea turtle in “Finding Nemo;” the Hathi Jr. Garden named for the baby elephant from “The Jungle Book” in the heart of Asia; and the Rafiki Garden on the African Savannah with its namesake from “The Lion King.”


Intrepid travelers will find themselves surrounded by the golden age of exploration in the early 1920’s, with artifacts and memorabilia displayed across the hotel property. Three unique restaurants serve up signature delights that celebrate new and old world flavors, and themed rooms welcome explorers after a day of discovery. The expedition is complete with a trip to The Trading Post for a few artifacts of your own.


Online reservations are now available for Disney Explorers Lodge, with a variety of special offers designed to make every visit an unforgettable adventure. Stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog for more news from Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.

Passend noch der fast aktuelle Stand der Dinge:
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