- Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities
- Temple Street Night Market
- 3 min walk
- Victoria Harbour
- 5 min walk
- Kowloon Park
- 14 min walk
- Hong Kong (HKG-Hong Kong Intl.)
- 23 min drive
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About this area
Located in Kowloon's Jordan neighbourhood, Eaton HK is in the city centre and near a metro station. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade and 1881 Heritage are notable landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Victoria Harbour and Kowloon Bay. Travelling with kids? Don't miss The Peak Tram and Ocean Park. Our guests appreciate the hotel's central location.
- Temple Street Night Market - 3 min walk
- Victoria Harbour - 5 min walk
- Nathan Road Shopping District - 8 min walk
- Kowloon Park - 14 min walk
- Ladies' Market - 15 min walk
- Hong Kong Jordan Station - 4 min walk
- Kowloon Station - 8 min drive
- Hong Kong (HKG-Hong Kong Intl.) - 27 min drive
- Where to eat
- The Astor – Serves breakfast and lunch daily.
- Yat Tung Heen – Restaurant offering Chinese cuisine. Serves lunch and dinner daily.
- Flower Years – Bar. Open daily.
- Terrible Baby – Cocktail bar. Open daily.
About this property
Awards and affiliations
This property participates in EarthCheck, a programme that measures the property's impact on one or more of the following: The Environment, the community, the cultural heritage and the local economy.
Food and drink
- Disliked: Staff & service, amenities
Reception staff was cold. We landed early hence arrived at the hotel early. Most of HK doesn't open till 11am-noon.We asked if it was possible for an early checkin. We were told to come back at 2pm. We went out and had breakfast but that doesn't take 6 hours. We decided to find a convenience store to pick up sustenance.Since our elderly mother was pretty jet lagged after a long haul flight, she said she would wait at the hotel. By herself, after a long haul flight, in a cold and quiet foyer, not surprising she dozed off waiting.When we got back, we found out hotel staff told my mother they have been monitoring her and she cannot stay there. IS THAT HOW YOU TREAT YOUR GUESTS? I am sure the hotel was not full given the riots in HK and we were easily able to make bookings prior to boarding the plane,why not be flexible and allow us access to just one room (we booked 2) just so a 70 year old can rest? It won't cost you anymore and your guests will be grateful. On checkout 2 days later just before 6am, I noticed a white Australian family checking in - they were obviously given favourable treatment. Last page of this feedback is frozen, but re Expedia member VIP access at this hotel - non existent!