Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West
Perfectly placed and beautifully equipped
Nina Tsuen Wan West is a genuine Hong Kong landmark that presides over the Kowloon Peninsula’s Western edge. Standing between Tai Mo Shan mountain and the Rambler Channel, it was originally planned to be the world’s tallest building. However, its proximity to the airport flightpath led to it becoming the two sparkling sister towers of today.
This Nina’s location is packed with appeal. Firstly, getting here is easy. It’s less than 20 minutes by road from Central, Tsim Sha Tsui is a 12 minute train ride, and the international airport is 25 minutes by the highway. So you see, it’s an efficient base from which to explore.
But be warned, you may not want to leave.
A magnificent pool complex, indoors and outdoors, are there year round to distract you. And the hotel is set in the lush, peaceful Tsuen Wan Park, a 500 sqm green oasis in the middle of the city.
Step inside Nina and there’s Cafe Circles, the Sky Lounge, and of course the ever popular Ru, our signature Cantonese restaurant to tempt you. And if you’re in the mood for a get together, Nina has at its heart some of the biggest and best conferencing, event, and celebration spaces in the city.
So why not take a look at which of our lovely rooms and suites would suit you best.
Premier Executive Harbour View Room
I’m in the mood for
Dream wedding venue
Nina Ballroom combines splendid designs and stylish décor, together with the most advanced audio and visual facilities, spacious pre-function area, it is the most ideal setting for delivering heartfelt moments to every guest in any occasion.
Trusted User Reviews
Reviewed Jan 13, 2021Enjoyable visit and experienceWe booked in L’hotel Nina for 2 nights because we went walking in Tai Mo Shan.
Our experience with this hotel was good. Check-in was cordial. Spacious room size and our room was clean also on high up floor. Amenities are appropriate. We would wish that we were allocated with a room with a better Seaview however we did have a bit of the Seaview and the container port of Kwai Chung also as far as the Peak and Lamma Island.
We enjoyed our breakfast in their Ru Chinese Restaurant on the 7th floor. Clean and proper settings, Dim Sum and morning tea were good and waiting services were excellent.
We would like to return when we wish to explore the area next.
Reviewed Dec 20, 2020Stay at L’hotelMy experience was really great here! The service was top notch - all the staff were really friendly and polite. The room was really clean, and the Christmas decor put everybody into a festive mood. I would definitely recommend this to others if you’re looking for a nice place to stay
Reviewed Dec 20, 2020A great Staycation everWe stayed for 1night at a harbour view room on the 36/F at the Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West yesterday.
View is so fantastic and I made the timeslapse to recorded sunset with my boyfriend.
That was amazing.
Also I would like to that all the staff especially housekeeping. When we just left and go to return the room , the housekeeping lady give me a warm greeting and say good bye to ours. I feel so warm.
Thank you for your warm service. You guys did a great job. I will tell my foreigner friend ,tell them they have to set it on travel list when they come to Hong Kong.
Reviewed Nov 13, 2020Room size is very good. The staff is very friendly and service is very good. The deal for long stay is a very good deal.the buffet is decent, the location is situated in a very central location. There are many bus routes and the MTR station right next to the hotel. Shopping is excellent and there are many restaurants close by.
Reviewed Sep 13, 2020Excellent stayI really like how modern and clean it is. I t is linked to a mall. there is a 2 big pool indoor and outdoor. The view is spectacular from our room facing the harbour. The hotel is very tall. We need to change elevator to get to our room.
Exploring Tsuen Wan with Nina
8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan
Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West
A genuine Hong Kong landmark, the dual towers of Nina Tsuen Wan West stand between mountain and sea, offering incredible views from every room and suite. Our largest Nina, this is an important gathering place for locals and travellers alike, with its incredible ballroom, one of the largest and most beautiful in the city, hosting many spectacular events.Learn More
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