Nina Hotel Kowloon East
At the centre of urban cool
Kwun Tong has changed; industrial has been replaced with creative, and this contemporary Nina sits at its heart.
Formerly L’hotel elan, spacious rooms and suites, a gorgeous rooftop pool, the award winning forte restaurant, all combine to make this the perfect base for those who have lots to achieve in the heart of Hong Kong’s newest business district.
You'll quickly notice that art and technology are a feature of this chic Nina.
Paintings, photography and sculptures, many from our Artist in Residence Program, are everywhere in Nina Kowloon East. You’ll find pieces in all the public spaces and guest rooms, many being inspired by Kowloon East’s rich heritage of textile and garment production. Even our team members reflect this keen eye for design, wearing uniforms created by Mountain Yam.
Technology and innovation helps smooth your stay with Nina, and small touches like our Herman Miller desk chairs taking the pressure off when you have to work.
So if you need to get down to business, but value comfort and relaxation when you’re not on duty, Nina Kowloon East is your perfect partner.
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A unique and proud partnership with UNESCO
Beyond Hong Kong’s man-made beauty lies extraordinary natural beauty. Recognised by UNESCO, a region of the New Territories is now in its Global Geopark Network, and this Nina is a partner UNESCO Geopark hotel.
Trusted User Reviews
Reviewed Feb 01, 2021ExcellentWarm and friendly Front Desk Charlie & Derek. they are both super attentive. Especially within this Chinese new year, they offered us a candy. Derek was kind enough to share hotel information and enjoy the whole conversation as I get to know more about Chinachem. I'm really impressed with their hospitality and bring my family again
Reviewed Feb 01, 2021ExcellentThe Hotel Has a good design and atmosphere, good sound insulation , adequate enuipment and comfort, with a sense of space. the water temperature in the bathroom is very stable .Otherwise, the front desk staff Henry and Derek have a good polite and good service, we will come again soon
Reviewed Feb 01, 2021ExcellentHave been staying in Elan for a few times now. Have been showing consistent service quality.
Check in at reception was extremely fast and easy. Front desk staff Henry was nice and helpful, making the process with Eric hussle.
Elan is the good one in the Kwun Tong district in term of cost, service and environment.
Reviewed Jan 01, 2021ExcellentElan hotel view is so far so good, can see the sea, and then the front desk guys is very sunshine ,include Henry and Eddy , and then the forte food is very yummy, the room area also very bigger, so will suggest other friends to join in
Reviewed Jan 01, 2021ExcellentI was staying with my wife for staycation. I was pretty impressed with housekeeping services performed by Suki for our room on the 16/F. She is an earnest person with detailed mind. All towels and bedsheets were properly replaced and handled with care. The wood flooring was swept almost dust free. The bathroom amenities got refilled quickly when they were about to run out. In sum, we will definitely come to stay at this hotel again in the near future.
Exploring Kowloon East with Nina
38 Chong Yip Street, Kwun Tong
Nina Hotel Kowloon East
Hong Kong is a city that loves getting straight down to business, delivering choice, efficiency and international flair. Nina Kowloon East, is exactly the same, and that’s why it’s a preferred destination for those engaging with the city’s new emerging business districts. And the rooftop pool, gym and bar are the perfect spot to unwind after a busy day.Learn More
Lei Yue Mun Wishing Tree
The gigantic banyan tree beside the Lei Yue Mun Rest Garden has been regarded as divine. Villagers believe that they may have their wishes granted by adoring the tree while tourists and visitors like to tie coloured ribbons or place their prayer cards to the tree guard, praying for good luck and dreams to come true.Learn more
Lei Yue Mun Seafood Bazaar
Lei Yue Mun is located at the south-east of the Yau Tong Industrial Area in Kwun Tong. Consisted of 4 villages, the Lei Yue Mun Village has a history of over 150 years, with a total population of about 4 500. Before the 1960s, villagers were mainly farmers, fishermen and miners. The first seafood restaurant was opened in the 1960s and became a quite successful business. Other fishermen followed the footsteps and Lei Yue Mun has gradually become one of the most famous seafood place in the world, attracting thousands of local and overseas visitors every year.Learn more
Devil’s Peak Hike is a relatively easy hike that won’t take more than a couple of hours of your time. It’s perfect for those on the island, or on Kowloon side because it’s easy to get to by MTR. But what makes it unique is that the trail passes through an area of historical interest for Hong Kong. What was once a home to pirates, and a base for military importance is today a family hike that offers great views of Hong Kong’s skyline and harbour.Learn more
It begins at the road towards the Junk Bay Chinese Permanent Cemetery. After walking a short section of a rather steep road, turn left to join the Wilson Trail. At the crossing, go straight up and walk along the concrete path to O King Road via the cemetery and the hillside of Chiu Keng Wan Shan. Cross the road, continue along the uphill path to Black Hill.Farther on, descend to an intersection, keep left and then go downhill. At the fork in the valley, head right to Po Lam Road via Ma Yau Tong.Learn more
Kwun Tong Promenade
Just a short walk from L’hotel élan is the Kwun Tong Promenade, where visitors can mix with the locals and take a stroll along the boardwalk. There are lawns for people to sit and relax as well as playgrounds for children. A special attraction of the promenade is a unique tower landmark, which lights up during the night, providing a spectacular sight along the harbor.Learn more
Lei Yue Mun Tin Hau Temple
Lei Yue Mun is popular for its 200-year-old temple, where worshippers prayed to protect local fishermen from storms in the village. While several such temples still remain, Lei Yue Mun’s Tin Hau Temple is considered the most attractive and is equally well-known for the oddly shaped rocks behind the temple and along the coast. Take the day to visit Lei Yue Mun and enjoy the variety of culture, food and nature at one destination.Learn more