Quarantine with Marriott and claim a Hasbro game


Pass the time in quarantine with a Hasbro game.


Marriott International is lending a bit of fun to hotel quarantine in Hong Kong and Macau. The hospitality group has teamed up with entertainment brand Hasbro to offer all guests quarantining in its hotels a complimentary Hasbro game to help pass the time.


Participating hotels include Le Meridien Hong Kong at Cyberport, Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers and Sheraton Grand Macao.


From now until April 11, quarantiners will receive a Hasbro game on arrival and will also be offered a ten per cent discount on Hasbro products ordered through Hasbro Flagship Store. Products will be delivered directly to the hotel.


Games on offer include Basket Bounce Mini Action Game, Play-Doh Krackle Slime and Hasbro Gaming Mystery.


Quarantine packages offered by Marriott include a ‘Medical Observation Stay’ at Sheraton Grand Macao, which includes daily full-board meals with a choice of Chinese or Western menus, a Deluxe 42sqm room with 42-inch flat-screen television and the package costs from MOP700 per night. Suites are available at extra cost. Bookings should be made online.


Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers is offering a ‘Quarantine Care Stay’ which is available until April 20 and includes garden or harbour view rooms, an international full-board menu, a complimentary beauty kit, a celebration drink at Sky Lounge on check-out, a daily courtesy call and outside delivery transfer. Reservations can be made online.


Le Meridien Hong Kong, Cyberport has a ‘Quarantine Stay with Culinary’ Experience. Enjoy international, ‘healthy’, Asian or vegetarian full-board menus with single occupancy starting from HK$1,850 per night. There’s a HK$500 surcharge per night for double occupancy. Check it out here.


And at the brand new Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung, quarantiners can enjoy a ‘Fun-filled Quarantine Stay’ with Asian, Western and vegetarian daily set menus, complimentary access to digital magazine platform PressReader and room rates that start at HK$880 per night for single room occupancy. More details online.