Ocean Park will build three hotels as part of a plan to offset competition from Hong Kong Disneyland. Executive director Matthias Li said the two to three-star Ocean Hotel, with 700 rooms, would be built near the sea park's entrance. Also, a six-star spa resort with 150 to 200 rooms would be built at a site occupied by amusement machines. And a four-star, 400-room hotel named Fisherman's Wharf would be built in the area that formerly housed the now-closed Middle Kingdom attraction. Mr Li said there was no timeframe for the developments. Ocean Park vowed in March it would position itself as a world-class attraction with a $5.5 billion revamp. Meanwhile, a concept plan for the Aberdeen Tourism Project showcasing local traditions, and featuring entertainment, and leisure and dining facilities was revealed yesterday by the Tourism Commission. The plan consists of three themed areas - a traditional fishing harbour, a fishermen's wharf and floating restaurants. The Aberdeen promenade will be redeveloped to highlight the lifestyle and culture of traditional fishing communities. The commission said that under the plan, ferries would connect the attractions with Stanley and islands including Lamma. It would also explore the possibility of developing sampan tours of Aberdeen harbour.