Tai O Heritage Hotel
Tai O Heritage Hotel on Lantau is gracefully restored 1902 colonial building that was once a Police Headquarters. It is a government run hotel that has nine spacious rooms and suites which names reflect past respective occupants and purposes like The commander which was the barracks office, and The Commissioner which was formerly used as an interview room and armory.
It has a stunning glass roof restaurant that offers Western and Asian fare featuring fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Indigenous artwork by local artists is also on display at the rooftop restaurant. The hotel’s reception area is also a heritage centre where photographs and memorabilia of the police station and the Tai O village from the 50’s. Guests will surely enjoy visiting the local fishing village and the beautiful panoramic vista of the South China Sea while staying at Tai O Heritage Hotel.