About Us

The Warwick Hotel on Cheung Chau island is the perfect getaway from the hectic city lives. Located right next to the East bay, guests and visitors can enjoy their exotic stay with a beautiful panoramic view of the ocean and serene nature. 
 
Only a 30-minutes ferry ride to Central business district and a 5-minute walking distance from the Cheung Chau ferry Pier (No. 5), the Hotel is a convenient location for vocational stays and business trips to Hong Kong.
The Hotel’s 64 rooms are beautifully furnished and renovated. Most of our ocean view room has a private balcony that overlooks Cheung Chau’s main sandy beach. Guests can even take a short 1-minute walk to one of the most fine white beaches of the island.

From Hong Kong International Airport via Airport Express Train

Take the Airport Express Train from the airport to Hong Kong Station, walk across the Outlying Island Ferry Pier No. 5 (Central -> Cheung Chau). Upon arrival at Cheung Chau, a 5-minute walk through Tung Wan Road from pier directly to Warwick Hotel.

From Hong Kong International Airport via A-bus

Take the A-bus (A-11) from Hong Kong International airport bus station to Central (Exit at Jardine House, Connaught Road, Central). Walk across the Outlying Island Ferry Pier No.5 (Central -> Cheung Chau). Upon arrival at Cheung Chau, a 5-minute walk through Tung Wan Road from pier directly to Warwick Hotel.

The Sai Wan Tin Hau Temple is a 200 years old temple, dedicated to the goddess of sea. Fishermen go to the temple to seek protections and good fortune before heading out to the sea.

An excellent spot in Cheung Chau that is often missed by the tourists, you get a full view of the island from here. Go left from the pier and it takes 40 mins or so to reach here, well worth it.

Favourite hotspot for windsurfing lovers to explore the water in Cheung Chau. Cheung Chau Windsuring Cnetre is also the birth of Hong Kong’s Olympian Windsurfer Lee Lai Shan. The centre provides rental services and watersports classes taught by professionals.  

Built in 1783, Pak Tai Temple is dedicated to Pak Tai, the God of the Sea who is revered among the local fishing community as their protector. The building is a traditional Chinese structure with beautiful ceramic tiles and roof as well as animal images such as guardian lion stones.

Each year’s spring time, locals and visitors travel to Cheung Chau island and attend the celebration of Buddha’s birthday. The annual event, also known as the Bun Festival, is held right here.

Cheung Po Tsai Cave is one of the most popular attraction on the island. It is believed that the cave was once a storage for all the stolen goods of a famous pirate (Cheung Po Tsai) in the 19th century. Legend has it that Cheung Po Tsai had 2000 men and 600 junks under his sleeves. 
The cave can be slippery, so make sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring along a torch if you are planning on a treasure hunt!

The Mini Great Wall is a very good hike for family and friends. The path stretches a few hundred meters along the island’s southeast coast, offering spectacular views of the nature and some amazing vantage points over the South China Sea. You will see some interestingly shaped rocks along the trail such as the Flower Vase Rock and Human Head Rock, each named after their unique formation. 
It may not be a difficult hike, but be sure to wear light and comfortable outfits and bring enough water for best experience.