Review: Nathan Hotel (Hong Kong)
Nathan Hotel is located on the corner of a side street along Nathan Road, a short walk away from Jordan MTR station. The front desk is located on the side of the hotel lobby.
There are a couple of sofa seats in the lobby, and a couple of lifts to access the floors above.
The Smart Room is of decent size with space for a queen bed and table.
A queen size bed sits in the room. For the taller people, do note that the length of the bed is a bit short.
On one corner of the room is a table that doubles up as a working desk and dining table. Even has a bench along the window sill. However there are no power sockets or USB sockets placed near the table for powering your gadgets.
There is a power socket and a couple of USB sockets by the bedside though. Getting work done on the bed may be the only option if you need to be plugged in.
By the side on the bed is a small wardrobe and a safe box. Across the bed, hanging on the wall, is a TV.
A small pantry is located near the doorway. The usual coffee and tea bags are provided. A mini fridge is located here as well.
The bathroom is also located at the doorway area. Comes with a separate shower compartment.
Hotel branded bathroom amenities and bathroom toiletries are provided.
Located on the 6th floor is a gym room, and on the 9th floor is a private lounge.
There is a gym room located on the 6th floor of the hotel with basic gym equipment, a small pantry and shower faciilities.
On the 9th floor is Nathan Lounge. It is open to selected guests. Newspapers, magazines and books are provided. Also available for use are some computer terminals. Light refreshments are provided as well.
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Nathan Hotel is located within walking distance to both Jordan MTR station and Yau Ma Tei MTR station. Temple Street is also located nearby. There are a variety of shops and eating places in the neighbourhood as well. It is quite a decent stay.
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