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Use Promotion code “DIRECT” and enjoy 6 Exclusive Discount and Benefit

Enjoy 6 exclusive benefits when you use promotion code “DIRECT”!

Enjoy 6 exclusive benefits when you use promotion code “DIRECT”!
Simply book with us use “DIRECT” Promotion code vis and be rewarded with these 6 benefits.

  • Late Check Out
    Free Wi-Fi
  • Free Mini Bar
    High Floor
  • 1 For 1 Shuttle Bus
    Extra 15% Discount


  • SOGO

    Spanning across 400,000 sq. ft., SOGO is Hong Kong’s largest Japanese-style department store. It houses over 100 fashion, beauty and home appliance brands. This one-stop shop offering quality goods and services is perfect for those who appreciate convenience. The customer-oriented concept creates a pleasurable shopping experience.


    MTR from Tin Hau / Fortress Hill Station to Causeway Bay Station (Exit D)

  • Times Square Hong Kong

    People come from far and wide to shop in Causeway Bay, and they’ll rarely leave without stepping foot inside its grand prize – Times Square. Sitting on top of a MTR Causeway Bay Station exit, the district’s largest shopping mall has 230 stores spanning mid-price to luxury fashion and accessories, electronics and toys, two department stores, a supermarket and over 20 restaurants dishing out top-grade Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Western fare.


    MTR from Tin Hau / Fortress Hill Station to Causeway Bay Station (Exit A)

  • Noon Day Gun

    Fired off by a Jardine employee at noontime daily, the Moon Day Gun, owned by multinational company Jardine Matheson, was made famous in the Noel Coward song Mad Dogs and Englishmen.
    Located on the waterfront in Causeway Bay – the one-gun salute is a tradition for locals and attraction for visitors.


    MTR from Tin Hau / Fortress Hill Station to Causeway Bay Station (Exit D1)

  • Victoria Park

    Find your oasis of calm and space in teeming, bustling, non-stop moving Causeway Bay in Victoria Park – your welcoming respite to an urban shopping spree.
    Check out choreographed tai chi in the morning, glowing lanterns of Mid-Autumn or the colourful flower market during Chinese New Year that will add charms to the festivities.


    MTR from Tin Hau / Fortress Hill Station to Causeway Bay Station (Exit A)

  • DON DON DONKI is coming to Causeway Bay soon!


    Opening on 7th July 2020, DON DON DONKI’s Pearl City Store will be the first of it’s kind in Hong Kong Island! It spans across the 1st to the 4th floor with a series of store opening offers not to be missed.

    Shop to your heart’s content at DON DON DONKI, just a 15 minutes walk away from our hotel, or 10 minutes by train.  
  • Oi! Street

    The Victoria Harbour Waterfront gathers many cultural and leisure hotspots in recent years, among which Oi! is one of the most Instagram-worthy hotspot for the public. Oi! is housed in the former clubhouse of the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, which was opened in 1908 on what was the waterfront in North Point at the time. Following land reclamation work here in the 1930s, the building was initially converted into staff quarters for the Government Supplies Department and later into a storage facility for the Antiquities and Monuments Office. After it was allocated to the Art Promotion Office for revitalisation and restoration, the red-bricked Grade II historic building with a tile roof was renamed the Oil Street Art Space (Oi!), which opened to the public in 2013.
  • East Coast Park Precinct

    The East Coast Park Theme Area (Phase 1) on Fortress Hill has been officially opened, covering an area of ​​more than 100,000 feet and a total length of 360 meters. The biggest feature is the first breakwater open to the public in Victoria Harbour. At the end, you can enjoy a nearly 360-degree view of Victoria Harbour, which is top-notch!
  • Neighbourhood

    The Causeway Bay Eco Tree Hotel is located in the bustling district of Causeway Bay in Hong Kong. This hotel boasts a diverse range of dining options, tourist attractions, and scenic spots that will cater to the needs and interests of every guest. With several trendy eateries, local street food stalls and located near the hotel, guests can enjoy a variety of cuisines ranging from traditional Chinese dishes to international delicacies. The hotel is also conveniently located near several places of attraction, such as Victoria Park, where guests can take a stroll through the park or enjoy the stunning harbour views. Other nearby attractions include the Hong Kong Central Library, the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, and the Happy Valley Racecourse. In addition to the local attractions, guests can also take in the stunning scenery that Hong Kong has to offer. The city is known for its skyline views and stunning natural landscapes, such as Victoria Peak and the Sai Kung Peninsula. With so much to see and do, guests of the Eco Tree Causeway Bay Hotel will never run out of things to experience during their stay.