Marriott International opened the Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong Sha Tin. Located next to business, commercial and cultural attractions in the New Territories district of Hong Kong, Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong Sha Tin is the new addition to the Courtyard brand in Asia, and is the Courtyard brand’s second hotel in Hong Kong. The hotel is the largest Courtyard by Marriott hotel in Asia by number of rooms and the second largest in the brand’s global portfolio of more than 900 hotels.
With 539 guestrooms and suites, Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong Sha Tin offers views of the Shing Mun River. The rooms include a work area and high-speed Internet access. The 1,776-square-foot the Presidential Suite on the 30th floor has a living area and master bedroom. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout all public areas of the hotel.
Open spaces are emphasized in the new property’s design.
Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong Sha Tin's lobby is host to an unfurling glass art piece that winds across the lobby ceiling. Made from 58,775 pieces of flexible borosilicate glass “fabric” located on the ceiling.
The lobby also has a GoBoard 4.0, which presents up-to-date local information, weather forecasts, maps and headline news on a 55-inch LCD touch screen. The GoBoard uses mobile integration, enabling guests to send directions from the GoBoard directly to their smart phones.
The hotel’s MoMo café, located on the second floor, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet, offering a combination of Western and Asian dishes. With contemporary design and décor, including two private rooms, all day dining MoMo Café has open seating for business or casual gatherings.
Accommodating up to 430 people, the 5,543-square-foot pillar-less ballroom with foyer is divisible into three equal parts and is equipped with audio-visual equipment and wireless Internet. Courtyard’s event planners are also available.
Other hotel facilities include the open-space lobby lounge, executive lounge, business center, 24-hour gym and outdoor swimming pool.
The hotel was constructed by Bordon Construction Co., a subsidiary of Nan Fung Group.