Named after the Bethlehem Company Limited whose sizeable donation made its construction possible, Bethlehem Hall was commissioned on 23 September 1978, which is five stories high, with double rooms, a small number of single rooms and triple rooms. It provides 228 hostel places in which 97 places for male students and 131 places for female students.
Residential rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, which is operated through the Octopus card system. Residents can enjoy free Wi-Fi service in the hostel.
Welcome to Bethlehem Hall! Bethlehem Hall is a caring family with a homely and healthy atmosphere. We encourage students to live in discipline and we strive to provide you with a neat and clean environment for your University life here. We focus on taking care of students and meanwhile to promote self-discipline. We are a union of diverse cultures and backgrounds in which diversity is valued by us. I myself, the hall tutors and the Residents Association Committee organize various kinds of activities throughout the academic year and you will enjoy fruitful College life. As you will embark on a new chapter of your University life with us, please remember our support for you. I look forward to welcoming you all to the Bethlehem Hall family!
Dr. Leung Tak Wah
Warden of Bethlehem Hall
Hostel has its own meeting room, activity room, reading room, TV room, music room, laundry room, mailbox for residents and tuck shop run by Resident Association etc. There is a pantry equipped with refrigerator, drinking dispenser (cold/hot water), induction cooker on each floor for use.
The Bethlehem Hall Resident Association was established in order to guarantee the well-being of students lived in the hostel. Currently, we are the 43rd Bethlehem Hall Resident Association, which is known as Bethnite. We are in charge of all the activities within the hostel, which include various sports events, High Table Dinner, Photo Day for graduated residents. Moreover, we had also arranged Dessert Night, Couple Matching and singing events to entertain our residents, building a strong connection between each of us. We are having our own tuck shop as well, students can purchase cup noodles, snacks and beverages whenever they want. Since we are trying our best to satisfy each individual’s need, we used to send out surveys to investigate their taste, collecting suggestions and recommendations from our residents.
Even though most of the traditional events cannot be held this year due to the pandemic. We were still trying our best to prepare all the equipments for graduates to draw their college life to a perfect end on the Photo Day. We hope everything can get back on the right track in September so we will be able to run Orientation Week like before. Within this week, we will organize a variety of ice-breaking games to welcome freshmen and create a sense of belongings, helping them to join the BH family.