Tai O Heritage Hotel was formerly the Old Tai O Police Station which was built on a small knoll next to the old Tai O Ferry Pier at Shek Tsai Po in 1902. In 1996, the police station ceased operation. The buildings were later revitalised as a boutique hotel which opened the doors to visitors in 2012.
The 2-storey hotel has 9 rooms and suites with fascinating seaview, as well as a glass-roofed open view restaurant. In addition, the former report room has been converted into the Heritage Interpretation Centre displaying historic items of the police station.
The Old Tai O Police Station was rated Grade 2 historic building in 2009.
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