Hotels on Nathan Road

As one of the major tourist destinations in Hong Kong Nathan Road has a large number of hotels both on the road and in the immediate area.  They range from the small and basic to 5 star hotels of international quality. 

By Comfort/Star rating

If you are choosing your hotels by comfort, you can check out the choices here by the traditional star-rating of hotels.  There are 5-star to budget hotels at side streets but still near to lots of facilities.

Boutique Hotels

If you are looking for something different, there are boutique hotels near some hip and trendy bars and restaurants.

Kids Friendly Hotels

Got kids?  Why not choose a hotel that is closer to entertainment and facilities suitable for kids instead of finding one with a so-called "kids' club"?  Check out this article for some options.

For Shopaholics


Business Travellers

Good for Sightseeing






Major hotels include:

  • B P International
  • Casa Hotel
  • Dorsett Seaview Hotel
  • Eaton Hotel Hong Kong
  • Empire Hotel Kowloon Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Gateway, Marco Polo Hotel
  • Guangdong Hotel
  • Harbour Grand Kowloon
  • Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees
  • Holiday Inn Golden Mile
  • Hotel MK
  • Hotel Panorama By Rhombus
  • Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Imperial Hotel
  • InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong
  • InterContinental Hong Kong
  • Kowloon Hotel
  • Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel
  • Nathan Hotel
  • Novotel Nathan Road Kowloon Hong Kong
  • Prince, Marco Polo Hotel
  • Prudential Hotel
  • Ramada Kowloon
  • Regal Kowloon Hotel
  • Rent-a-Room Hong Kong
  • Royal Plaza Hotel Hong Kong
  • Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers
  • The Langham, Hong Kong
  • The Luxe Manor
  • The Mira Hong Kong
  • The Royal Garden

And of course not strictly on Nathan Road itself, but right at the end it side is on the road and can’t be missed:
  • The Peninsula Hotel
  • Hullett House at 1881 Heritage

Hotels within easy distance of Nathan Road






If you are eating around Nathan Road then you have one of the largest ranges of ethic choices of food in any part of Hong Kong.   Because of the large population from Inda and Pakistan in the district, together with a growing African contingent, the Nathan Road area in Tsim Sha Tsui has plenty of curry houses and african restaurants.


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