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At The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts, we are committed to creating a better tomorrow through our sustainability practices, which are incorporated in all levels of our business operations. Through the products and services that we deliver, we seek to encourage our guests to join us in making a conscious effort to eat well, stay well and do well in a sustainable way.

Close-up of a coral leaf near Fullerton Group

Coral Restoration

Our oceans play a key role in maintaining the health of the planet. We rely on healthy oceans to regulate our climates, generate food, and sustain respiration. It is essential for us to live in harmony with the oceans since their state is intimately tied to human health and wellness. 

Sea creatures & animals kids book at Fullerton Group

Marine Conservation

It has been The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong’s great honour to have collaborated with “Hong Kong’s father of marine conservation”, the late Professor Brian Morton, publishing  “Sea Creatures & Animals”, a meaningful bilingual children’s book. 

3 Balmain lotion bottles at Fullerton Group


As a sustainability-minded resort, we are always looking for ways to reduce our ecological footprint to make a positive impact on our planet. Join us in supporting these eco-friendly initiatives and strive to save the Earth!

Stunning exterior view of Fullerton Group

Sustainable Building Standards

The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong has attained the WELL Precertification under the WELL Building Standard™ v2. The precertification is a milestone achievement recognised by the International WELL Building Institute™ that awards a project’s intent to implement health and well-being strategies.

An excavated rock in the garden of Fullerton Group


To pay homage to Hong Kong's unique nature and heritage, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong excavated and preserved a few beautiful granite rocks during the hotel’s hillside development.