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Stayed in the family room, the size was tiny but manageable. We kept having problems with the key card as it kept getting demagnetised but the staff was prompt in dealing with that. The location was great - just a stones throw from Temple Street...More
It is tiny hotel for one person traveller. Everything here is small but enough for one people. There is no breakfast available, no bar or restaurant, so you cannot ask for even an ice cube. The location is great as it is at the side...More
Sayed in Kings de Nathan in March this year and was generally happy with it.
First, some of the cons. Given the space constraint that is Hong Kong, it is understandable how a standard room here is at least two-thirds the size of a standard...More
What I like about this Hotel:
Just a few meters next to Yau Ma Tei MTR Station so it is very easy to go around.
Check in was quick and easy.
Right next to Temple st. which has a night market and a few local...More
After spending few nights in a pigeon hole hotel, we moved in for a night at Kings de Nathan. Room is of decent size; at least I have some space to open my luggage and repack comfortably. Room is clean too.
Location wise, it is...More
US$52 - US$200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Jordan and Yau Ma Tei neighbourhood is where you will find some of the more authentic areas of Hong Kong. Not as glamourous or busy as its neighbours Mong Kok to the north or Tsim Sha Tsui to the south, Yau Ma Tei is often mistakenly overlooked by visitors on their trips to Hong Kong. Exploring parts of this area makes you feel like you’ve been transported back in time. A large part of the neighbourhood draws from the
rich history of Temple Street, stretching from Jordan to Yau Ma Tei, where a mix of dai pai dongs (outdoor restaurants), market stalls, fortune tellers and old karaoke bars bring out the history and culture of the area. The neighbourhood is a showcase of diversity – different ethnicities, cultures, and a mix of old and new.