Nina Hotel Island South
Bounded by sea, and brimming with life
One of the pioneers of the flourishing Wong Chuk Hang art and commerce district, this Nina is a leader that many others have followed.
Located walking distance from beaches, mountain trails, art galleries, Ocean Park and Aberdeen’s bustling harbour, this great family destination is also only a hop skip and a jump from Central.
Generously sized rooms and suites, some with balconies and others with full length terraces, you can choose a view south towards Deep Water Bay and Aberdeen, or North to the green hillsides of The Peak.
Nestled against the edge of the lush forest is Nina’s pool terrace that will demand your attention when the sun’s out. And every mealtime, IS Cafe will beckon with its Hainan chicken rice, daily seafood buffet, and Aberdeen’s famous typhoon shelter inspired cuisine.
Be a leader, and come South to Nina.
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Trusted User Reviews
Reviewed Dec 01, 2020ExcellentStayed at Nina Island South for 2 month on a long stay package (room 2609). Great experiences with the hotel staff and cleaning ladies. The restaurant is also very nice, decent discount for hotel guests.
Will stay again for sure!
Reviewed Nov 01, 2020ExcellentQuick response from reception desk. The staff all have great attitude towards customers, all of them were really helpful. House keeping helpers are very nice and polite. Especially the helper Ping, she was helpful and kind which contributed to my 3 months long stay experience here. Other than their customer service, the room itself was decent and clean. Quiet environment surrounding the hotel, no noise at all. Lots of transportation choices around, highly convenient.
Reviewed Nov 01, 2020ExcellentHas to be the best value hotel in Hong Kong. Great pool and very large rooms, together with super friendly staff. Helen cleaned our room excellently thank you 32nd floor. We would definitely stay again and highly recommend to anyone.
Reviewed Nov 01, 2020ExcellentStayed on the 26/F for a month, which had a great view of the Southside of Hong Kong Island. The environment of the hotel was clean, comfortable and quiet, and the restaurant on the 3/F served decent food. A special mention and a big thank you to Ping for her politeness, great hospitality and services which made my stay so much more easy and enjoyable.
Reviewed Oct 01, 2020ExcellentNice, spacious rooms. Helpful and efficient staff. Great views. Attractive lobby. They honor requests regarding food choices, and they respond quickly for requests regarding room accommodations. Thank you for a lovely stay
Exploring Island South with Nina
55 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen
Nina Hotel Island South
One of the pioneers of the flourishing Wong Chuk Hang art and commerce district, this Nina is a leader that many others have followed. Walking distance from beaches, mountain trails, art galleries, Ocean Park and Aberdeen’s bustling harbour, this great family destination is also only a hop skip and a jump from Central.Learn More
Explore Island South – Fisherman’s Experience
Stroll through the main streets of Ap Lei Chau and ride a boat to explore the Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter, then visit Lamma Fisherfolk’s Village to learn about local fisherfolk culture and take a look at Hong Kong’s only circular, deep-sea fish cage. Lastly, enjoy a traditional fisherman’s meal – the 'Nine Big Feast'.Learn more
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Aberdeen Country Park
Take the day to visit Aberdeen Country Park and enjoy a nice leisurely walk through one of Hong Kong’s oldest parks that’s 423 hectares of well-shaded forest filled with an abundance of wildlife and fauna. Surrounded by the Aberdeen Upper and Lower reservoirs, the southern island still retains much of old Hong Kong charms before British settlement.Learn more
Discover a different side of Hong Kong at the small beach side town of Stanley. Walk through the famous Stanley Market and stock up on Hong Kong souvenirs, jewellery, ornaments, clothes and more. Take a stroll along the shore and take a pick from the long line of Chinese and western restaurants and bars.Learn more
Ocean Park Hong Kong
Come explore one of Asia’s most popular entertainment destinations. Ocean Park, Hong Kong’s very own theme park combines thrilling rides with up close animal experiences. Their impressive aquarium is home to several creatures of the deep whilst visitors can expect to see penguins and some unexpected koalas and kangaroos in action!Learn more
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