Hong Kong: Hotel on Nathan Road Tops with Mainland Tourists


Located on Nathan Road, the Eaton, Hong Kong, is named most popular with Chinese tourists by a leading travel website. One of its 'unique selling points' is a complimentary tai chi class on the roof.


Tai Chi class on the roof garden at the Eaton, Hong Kong. Photo Credit: Eaton, Hong Kong.


Eaton, Hong Kong, has been named the most popular hotel in Hong Kong for Visitors by Lotour, a Chinese travel information website, which gets 20 million page views and 15 unique page visits each day.

"We are very proud to have been named the 'Most Popular Hotel in Hong Kong for Visitors,'" says Shane Pateman, General Manager of Eaton, Hong Kong.

"This award is not only recognition of the continuous improvement of the hotel as a whole, but it also encourages us to keep striving to offer our guests the best hospitality experience."

The hotel is in good company. Other hotels in Hong Kong cited by Lotour include the Peninsula Hong Kong‎, the InterContinental Hong Kong, and the Landmark Mandarin Oriental.

The hotel has 465 rooms, 3 ballrooms, 10 break-out rooms, an E Club, 6 restaurants, an alfresco bar, a roof-top heated swimming pool, and a small fitness centre.

The hotel offers complimentary tai chi classes taught by Tai Chi Master Cheung on the roof garden. Tai chi is said to help balance the yin and the yang, promoting good health and well being.


Eaton, Hong Kong, 3809 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Telephone: (852) 2782-1818. 

The hotel is a short walk from Mongkok, the Jordan MTR station, the Jade Market, and the Temple Street night market.

The hotel is a short taxi ride from the Star Ferry, Canton Road, Harbour City, Elements, and Kowloon Station, Hong Hum Station, and other points on the Kowloon Peninsula.

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