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Eaton, Hong Kong - Kowloon Hotels

Eaton, Hong Kong

380 Nathan Road, Kowloon - Map
 
 
"Close to everything and comfortable"
I've stayed at the Eaton a few times now and find the quality and access to everything is always no problem. From Checking in to checking out the experience was professional and expedient. I would recommend to anyone wanting to stay on the Kowloon side.
Traveller from Sydney
B P International - Kowloon Hotels

B P International

8 Austin Road, Kowloon - Map
 
 
"Close to Koeloon Airport Ecpress and China Ferry"
Just stayed one night. Great views of Lower Kowloon and HK Island
Traveller from Canterbury
Hotel Panorama By Rhombus - Kowloon Hotels
AU$228

Hotel Panorama By Rhombus

8a Hart Ave, Kowloon - Map
 
 
"Luxury hotel centrally located"
Received upgrade on check in. Great room with view of harbour. Most comfortable bed I have ever slept in.
Traveller from h
Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong - Kowloon Hotels
AU$157

Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong

88 Tai Kok Tsui Road, Kowloon - Map
 
 
Hotel wasn't so bad. Clean, free calls to few countries, free Wi-Fi even not that good, free shuttle bus to few places. The only things that concerns me is the toilet is too small and the sound proof because you can hear everything from corridor
Traveller from sydney, australia
The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers - Kowloon Hotels
AU$216

The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers

33 Canton Road, Kowloon - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (1,981 reviews)
Hotel Pravo Hong Kong - Kowloon Hotels

Hotel Pravo Hong Kong

10 Peking Rd, Kowloon - Map
 
 
Superbly placed in the buzzing heart of Kowloon in Tsim Sha Tsui, within a few metres of designer shopping in Canton Road …More
Novotel Nathan Road Kowloon Hong Kong - Kowloon Hotels

Novotel Nathan Road Kowloon Hong Kong

348 Nathan Road, Kowloon - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (1,217 reviews)
Kowloon Hotel - Kowloon Hotels
AU$180

Kowloon Hotel

19-21 Nathan Road, Kowloon - Map
 
 
"Very central to harbour and shopping"
It was OK - not necessarily bad, not necessarily great. Rooms are tiny.
A Traveller
Harbour Plaza Metropolis - Kowloon Hotels
AU$169

Harbour Plaza Metropolis

7 Metropolis Drive, Kowloon - Map
 
 
"Those views "
Have been staying here on trips through HK for years, most of the time have had incredible harbour views from the rooms, it's always super comfortable and staff are great. Nice gym and pool also with views over the water and easy to get everywhere in HK I tried a few other hotels in the city but this one is great for the price
Traveller from New york
The Luxe Manor - Kowloon Hotels
AU$237

The Luxe Manor

39 Kimberley Road, Kowloon - Map
 
 
"Close to the TST action"
I have stayed at this hotel many times over the past few years obviously because I consider it to be good. However the past couple of times I have seen the inevitability of a lesser standard of service, albeit not significant. Evidence of this is the turndown service only happening once in three days and no assistance with luggage and getting a taxi on leaving. They may appear to be petty things but when the standard is established it i expected that it will continue
Traveller from Perth

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    Pocket Guide: Kowloon

    While staying in our Kowloon hotels, be sure to treat your taste buds and sample some of the local cuisine. For delicious seafood visit the small fishing village of Lei Yue Mun on the Kowloon side of the eastern entrance to Hong Kong Harbour. For restaurants specialising in Nothern and Southern Chinese food visit Whampoa Gourmet Place in Hung Hom. Or visit Knutsford Terrace, which is renowned as the culinary capital of Hong Kong and is located behind the Miramar Hotel on Nathan Road.

    Hong Kong is a shopper's paradise offering so many shopping opportunities. You should choose from our range of Kowloon accommodation and experience them all! If you are looking for the latest fashions, offered at wholesale prices, visit Cheung Sha Wan Road between Yen Chow and Wong Chuk Streets. For clothing, accessories, cosmetics and toys, visit the Ladies' Market on Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, which is open from midday to 11.30pm. Check out the Temple Street Night Market, which operates between 4pm and midnight, and browse stalls selling watches, clothing, CDs, and electronics. Jade can be purchased at over 400 stalls at the Jade Market, located on Kansu and Battery streets or from shops Canton Road between Kansu Street and Jordan Road, known as Jade Street. The Flower Market, the Yuen Po Street Bird Market and the Gold Fish Market in Mong Kok all make for interesting sightseeing, even if you are not interested in making a purchase.

    The ultimate time to hit the shops is in summer, between 27 June and 31 August 2014, when the Summer Spectacular infects the entire city with joy and sales! You'll find absolute bargains in every shopping precinct of Kowloon, but that's not all you'll enjoy during the festival. There's also a huge line-up of concerts, cultural performances, parties and themed celebrations throughout the whole city, for two whole months! So, make sure you're ready to party as this festival kicks into gear.

    There are many places in Kowloon which offer visitors the chance to learn of the cultural history of the area: See a Han tomb, which is believed to be well over 2000 years, old at the Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum; view rare Chinese antiques, calligraphy and paintings at the Hong Kong Museum of Art; see objects relating to the 400 million year history of Hong Kong and South China, at the Hong Kong Museum of History; learn about robotics, virtual reality and other areas of science and technology at the Hong Kong Science Museum; or learn about astronomy at the Hong Kong Space Museum.

    Other places of interest, which are worth visiting while staying in a Kowloon hotel, include: The Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, which is dedicated to Wong Tai Sin whose portrait hangs behind the main altar; the Kowloon Walled City Park; the old Clock Tower near the Star Ferry forecourt; and the Avenue of Stars, which is a tribute to Hong Kong's history of film making and includes a life-sized statue of Bruce Lee.

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