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In Hong Kong, Caritas Hospitality Services comprising of Catering, Hostel and Lodge Services, originated when the Roman Catholic Church had shouldered the responsibility to serve the deprived in the 1950s.

Caritas Catering Service initially grew from provision of relief food, to then providing canteens, restaurants, and retail services for in-house service users, grassroots workers and students.

Caritas Hostel Service was launched in the early 1960s in response to Sai Kung fishermen's need for shelter. Services expanded to provide inexpensive shelter to young workers and students, who could not, for one reason or another, live with their families. There are totally six hostels under this Service in different locations of Hong Kong.

Caritas Lodge Service provides reasonably priced accommodation for travellers. The three lodges, together with their restaurants, also act as a training ground for students undertaking Caritas vocational education. It also comprises of three lodges and the in-lodge restaurants.

The Catering Service is made up of a total of four outlets, a food production centre, one handicraft centre and 12 tuckshops within secondary schools, social centres and the Caritas Medical Centre.

Lodge Service
Caritas Dormitory Prince Edward, opened for business in 1988 with 38 standard and 4 triple rooms.
Caritas Bianchi Lodge, opened for business in 1980 with 90 standard (including 10 triple bed-rooms) and deluxe guest rooms.
Caritas Oswald Cheung International House, opened for business in October 2006 with 119 standard, superior and deluxe guest rooms.
Hostel Service
The five hostels of the Service provide economical accommodation for an average of about 200 tenants daily. Three hostels are located on Hong Kong Island, one in Kowloon Peninsular and one in the New Territories. Three of them cater exclusively for young working men; one for young working women and two for young working men and/or women and married couples.
As a measure to enhance competitiveness in the rental market due to changes in supply and demand condition, the Hostel Service has been in the progress of reviewing the room rates for all Hostels based on the criteria of floor area, floor levels, room direction and views, amenities, service provision, location, convenience and market condition.


Catering Service
In order to improve the operational performance of Caritas Restaurants and the Canteen, the Service puts forward an operation remodeling plan aiming to maintain the standard of food quality, exquisite atmosphere and existing business volume
The Caritas Restaurant and the three in-lodge Restaurants serve breakfasts and meals to the in-house guests, users and members of our Social Centres at reasonable charges. The Food Production Centre produces meal boxes daily plus banqueting and outside catering services. The 12 tuckshops serve meals, drinks and snacks to a variety of people within and outside Caritas Social Centres and schools as well as drinks, snacks and commodities for patients at the Caritas Medical Centre.

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