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Lodgewood by Nina Hospitality | Mong Kok

Urban, contemporary, and made to measure

This Lodgewood is a firm favourite for many.  Located in a neighbourhood renowned across Asia for its frenetic energy, it’s perfectly positioned for you to connect, and perfectly designed for you to disconnect.
  
Connect to the streets, the shopping, the nightlife, the bargains, the food, and the community.  

Then disconnect from all of the above, and enjoy the clean sleek lines of the Lodgewood’s interior, the wonderful photography covering the walls, the thoughtfully designed tech enabled rooms, and the delicious restaurant with its fun vibe. 

The canton pot is regarded by many as the city’s best destination for hotpot.  The food’s great, the service rocks, and there’s a variety of private rooms where you can crank up the music and get the party started. 

This little Nina is a bit of a hidden gem.  Come and discover her charms. 

Keeping you safe

The Coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the universal need to establish and maintain high levels of cleanliness and hygiene throughout every aspect of our daily lives. And as hoteliers, the safety and good health of our guests and teammates is our number one priority. 

To ensure peace of mind for all, we’ve doubled down on our already stringent measures, because making your #NinaLife healthy is our top priority.
 

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906 reviews
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  • Reviewed Nov 01, 2020
    Excellent
    This hotel location is very good and very close to MTR station. Room is clean and spacious enough. Service rendered from Manger Kasey is remarkably friendly and attentive!Good value, good experience. Overall, would come back again😀
  • Reviewed Oct 01, 2020
    Excellent
    Certainly one of the best staycations in town if not the best. Great F&B and cozy room. My girlfriend and I feel relax during the stay. Location is convenient and close to the Mtr station.

    The staff Simon lee is so helpful and patient on answering our inquiries! We received pleased services.

    Really looking forward to coming back 😃
  • Reviewed Oct 01, 2020
    Excellent
    The room was cozy&neat😊😊!!The location is ideal for exploring the city in walking distance👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻. It's easy to access the MTR as well🥳🥳!!!We enjoyed our stay and were impressed by Holly's help❤. She friendly answered our questions and recommended us some restaurants and places to visit!!Thank you very much&highly recommended🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻!
  • Reviewed Sep 01, 2020
    Excellent
    Great service with easy access to the place. Super good hygiene with lots of food option. You just need to sit tight and wait for the recommendations. Reasonable price, definitely worth a second chance😉
  • Reviewed Feb 01, 2020
    Excellent
    We've stayed in this area many times before but closer to Mongkok station, always busy and noisy. We wanted a hotel near everything, but outside of the turmoil. The hotel is a 5 minute walk to a quiet street from Mongkok station. The Hotel is very clean, coffee always available in the lobby 24hrs, the staff was always polite and helpful. Simon was very helpful with our wakeup call and booking our taxi for the 6am trip to the airport. This will be our new Hotel for all future Hong Kong trips !!

Exploring Mong Kok with Nina

Lodgewood Mong Kok,
1131 Canton Road, Mong Kok
Sai Yeung Choi Street (aka ELECTONIC STREET)
Tung Choi Street (akaTHE GOLDFISH MARKET)
Fa Yuen Street (aka SNEAKERS STREET)
Sky 100 Observation Deck
Knutsford Terrace
The Ladies Market
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    Lodgewood by Nina Hospitality |
    Mong Kok

    In an enviable location in the heart of Hong Kong’s shopping district of Mong Kok, this petite Nina delights all who stay there. A combination of contemporary rooms and suites deliver everything you need for urban living, and there’s a dining treat in store with one of the city’s best hotpot restaurants in house, canton pot.

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    Sai Yeung Choi Street (aka ELECTONIC STREET)

    Cameras, televisions, smartphones, LED TV screens, PCs, notebooks and everything in between can be procured here at Electronics Street at a price. Shoppers should look smart and know their stuff before approaching a salesperson to enquire about any item. And of course being in Mongkok, visitors can bargain or negotiate a better deal for items.

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    Tung Choi Street (akaTHE GOLDFISH MARKET)

    Cameras, televisions, smartphones, LED TV screens, PCs, notebooks and everything in between can be procured here at Electronics Street at a price. Shoppers should look smart and know their stuff before approaching a salesperson to enquire about any item. And of course being in Mongkok, visitors can bargain or negotiate a better deal for items.

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    Fa Yuen Street (aka SNEAKERS STREET)

    For the image conscious, Fa Yuen Street brings together the greatest gathering of sports shoe and sportswear brands within one street where they go toe to toe to get the attention of shoppers. They are loud, colorful and active, as this street brings you the best of the best, statement making footwear and because of that, people from all over the world flock to Fa Yuen Street. In fact, rumor has it that LeBron James was seen shopping here too.

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    Sky 100 Observation Deck

    Visit Sky100 at the world famous International Commerce Centre (ICC) and experience 360° panoramic views of Hong Kong’s captivating skyline as it meets Victoria Harbour. Soar high above the city on the 100th floor and watch this captivating city of dreams.

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    Knutsford Terrace

    For a night out, take a quick MTR ride to Tsim Sha Tsui and you’ll be in the middle of some of Hong Kong’s best dining and entertainment outlets. Knutsford Terrace is an entire district dedicated to hip restaurants and uber chic bars. Enjoy the diverse offerings of food and soak in the sights and sounds of this famed district.

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    The Ladies Market

    The Ladies’ Market is a one-kilometre-stretch of stalls selling bargain clothing, accessories , souvenirs and more.

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