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Lodgewood by Nina Hospitality | Wan Chai

The perfect base for city living

Situated right at the heart of the action, Nina’s Lodgewood Wan Chai delivers you convenience, culture, and calm in one of Hong Kong’s most vibrant neighbourhoods.

With a choice of one or two bedroom serviced apartments, the pricing allows you a chic urban lifestyle for the price of the outskirts.  And a neutral and soothing palette allows you to make this a home of your own.

Our award winning Sichuan Lab restaurant will mean that everyone wants to meet you at your place. Sichuan Lab sizzles with appeal, serving the famous seven tastes of sweet, sour, peppery, hot and spicy, bitter, fragrant and salty.  With a sultry interior, this is a great evening destination.

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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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Trusted User Reviews

by Tripadvisor
5 reviews
#354 of 796 Hotels in Hong Kong
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  • Reviewed Mar 01, 2016
    Excellent
    The Lodgewood in Wan Chai is the perfect place for expats in HK to stay when they first arrive. Location is second to none, and all at the management staff are brilliant (especially Mei and Tom). The rooms are quite small, but beautifully decorated and clean. Would recommend for stays up to three months.

Exploring Wan Chai with Nina

Lodgewood Wan Chai,
28 Tai Wo Street, Wan Chai
Blue House
Wan Chai Heritage Trail
Golden Bauhinia Square
Wan Chai Bar District
Observation Wheel
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    Lodgewood by Nina Hospitality |
    Wan Chai

    If you want to live right at the heart of the action, then you’ve found your next home. Urban through and through, Nina’s Lodgewood Wan Chai couples convenience with connectivity, efficiency with value and delivers plenty #NinaLife from this vibrant neighbourhood. And our award winning Sichuan Lab restaurant will mean that everyone wants to meet you at your place.

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    Blue House

    Blue House refers to a 4-storey balcony-type tenement block located at 72-74A Stone Nullah Lane, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. It is named after the blue colour painted on its external walls. It is one of the few remaining examples of tong lau of the balcony type in Hong Kong and is listed as Grade I historic building.

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    Wan Chai Heritage Trail

    Wan Chai is one of the earliest settlements in Hong Kong, and still possesses heritage and buildings of different periods. In response to the CE's 2007 Policy Address to promote local characteristics and the conservation of heritage buildings, the Development Bureau has established the Old Wan Chai Revitalisation Initiatives Special Committee (OWRISC), to propose various revitalisation initiatives. The Wan Chai Heritage Trail pamphlet presents the local culture and history of Wan Chai by highlighting the distinctive architectural character of selected buildings and places.

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    Golden Bauhinia Square

    The Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Center takes a prime spot in Hong Kong’s waterfront skyline. It offers world-class facilities for exhibitions, conventions, meetings and banquets and also houses seven restaurants. Just outside, the Golden Bauhinia Square is a harbor front monument that marks the handover of Hong Kong from the British to China in 1997. It is a widely popular destination to take photos of the Reunification Monument and bears the inscription of President Jiang Zemin who was present for the handover. There is a flag ceremony held every day to mark the occasion.

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    Wan Chai Bar District

    Wan Chai is known as a commercial district by day, but at night it’s known as a popular bar area. The centre of nightlife in Wan Chai is along Lockhart Road thanks to the propensity of bars, many of which are known for naughty nightlife in Hong Kong.

    This was home to The World of Suzie Wong, the famous story of a Hong Kong call girl, and although the area has been cleaned up in recent years, there are still lots of bars with suggestive names. It’s very safe to walk around the area, and there are plenty of more accessible bars and restaurants if you’re simply looking for dinner and a couple of drinks

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    Observation Wheel

    Enjoy panoramic views of the city's stunning skyline by climbing aboard and taking a spin around the Observation Wheel. The best time to experience the wheel is at 8:00pm when ride goers can enjoy the Symphony of Lights show from the comfort of their cabin. The light show involves over forty buildings on both sides of the harbor and at 60 meters above ground level people on the wheel will have the best seats in the house.

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