Family Treats at Cordis, Hong Kong

Cordis brings loads of fun for kids with the introduction of its adorable red panda mascot, Cody. These Himalayan mammals are considered an endangered species, and there are only 10,000 them left in Asia. Cody has been created to raise awareness about their plight, while welcoming awesome tots in Hong Kong.

Cody with young guests.

Cody with young guests.

As an additional treat, each Cordis kid gets a personalized backpack upon arrival, which has a ton of goodies such as a luggage tag, activity book, postcards, and other educational items. Cute stickers are available for kids to collect. All they have to do is ask the hotel’s friendly staff, all of whom will be happy to assist them.

Kids get their Cody-themed merchandise upon arrival at the hotel.

Kids get their Cody-themed merchandise upon arrival at the hotel.

Each room comes decked with Cody-themed merchandise, such as healthy snacks, slippers, children’s toothbrushes, and bathrobes. Toys are available for kids to loan at the property’s kids’ library, and educational games are pre-installed in each room’s smartphone to keep young guests occupied throughout their stay. Parents can also be assured that essential items like food warmers, baby bottle sterilizers, and high chairs are available for their young’uns.

Children will also enjoy spending time at the award-winning Chuan Spa, where they can get mini facials, manicures, face painting, and body massages.

To top it off, Cordis is now offering 15% off the regular rate for broods if they book a family room. Contact if your kids—and you—want to get to know Cody up-close!

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