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Nina Hotel Causeway Bay

Island action at its best

Located at the heart of Hong Kong Island, Nina Hotel Causeway Bay is a firm favourite amongst Nina fans with a wide range of features attracting loyal guests returning year after year, together with various room types that will satisfy most budgets.


In Feb 2022, Nina Hotel Causeway Bay is chosen as one of the official participants of the HKSAR Designated Quarantine Hotel (DQH) Scheme. Your quarantine stay is now assured with essentials of the highest level of comfort.

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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.

Exceptional Culinary Experience at Ah Yung Kitchen

Experience a sumptuous journey led by Ah Yung – the legendary abalone expert and multi Michelin Star restaurant, exhibiting decades of dedication towards authentic Canton delicacies in a modern China restaurant.

Exploring Causeway Bay with Nina

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18 King's Road, Causeway Bay
Lin Fa Kung
Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter
Victoria Park
Tin Hau Temple
fire dragon Tai Hang Fire Dragon (Only available in Mid Autumn Festival Period)
Noon Day Gun
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    Nina Hotel Causeway Bay

    Causeway Bay is known worldwide for its shopping excellence and proximity to Hong Kong’s financial heartland. Steps from the green space of Victoria Park, Nina Causeway Bay will look after your every need with great restaurants, spaces for business, and an amazing rooftop pool.

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    Lin Fa Kung

    Lin Fa Kung was protected as Declared Monument in 2014. It was probably constructed in 1863 for the worship of Kwun Yum, the Goddess of Mercy. Its architecture is unique and rare in Hong Kong. Although it has undergone several renovations, the core structure of the temple is still be conserved.

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    Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter

    Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter was the first typhoon shelter in Hong Kong to be built after the 1874 typhoon, providing shelter to fishing boats during storms. These days, one can sample the atmosphere and enjoy a delicious fresh seafood dinner afloat while listening to an authentic fisher person's singing performance.

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    Victoria Park

    Named after Queen Victoria, it is the largest public park on Hong Kong Island. The park has a great range of facilities including a swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, a jogging trail and a children's playground.

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    Tin Hau Temple

    Tin Hau Temple was constructed by the Tai clan, they found a red stone shaped like an incense burner on the shore at Causeway Bay; believing that it had been delivered by Tin Hau, the Goddess of the Sea, so they built a temporary shrine to house it. The shrine then became so popular with boat dwellers in the area that the Tai clan raised funds to build a temple on the same site.

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    Tai Hang Fire Dragon (Only available in Mid Autumn Festival Period)

    Tai Hang was only a small Hakka village and the villagers once killed a serpent in a stormy night, the dead body of the serpent had disappeared next morning. A few days later, a plague spread out and many people died of infection. Meanwhile, a village elder saw Buddha one night in his dream and was told to perform a Fire Dragon Dance and to burn fire crackers in the Mid-Autumn Festival. The sulphur in the fire crackers drove away the disease and the villagers were saved. Since then, every year the Tai Hang residents would perform the Fire Dragon Dance for three nights in the Mid-Autumn Festival in memory of the incident.

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    Noon Day Gun

    The Noon Day Gun is fired in a daily salute in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay, in keeping with a tradition started by an angry Jardine Matheson employee more than 100 years ago.

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