Nina Hotel Group
A part of Chinachem Group, Nina Hospitality Company Limited operates and manages almost 3,000 hotel keys in Hong Kong.
Branded Nina and Lodgewood, these properties receive more than 2,000,000 guests from home and abroad annually. Known for their warm welcome, generous hospitality and homelike comfort, with rates that pleasantly surprise, each property reflects its individual neighbourhood. Hong Kong’s Nina Hotels are the perfect base for an authentic exploration of everything that makes this city so special.
All Nina Hotels are individually designed and decorated, with each offering a similar blend of contemporary, attentive Asian hospitality. Guests love their signature restaurants, and if you’re planning a major celebration, event, or business meeting, their conferencing and function facilities satisfy every need.
For travellers looking for a select service offering, Chinachem’s two Lodgewood properties fit the bill perfectly. Centrally located, and perfectly connected, they let you live like a local, in comfort.
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It is the flagship hotel of the Group and the largest hotel in many respects that the city has to offer. Commanding 270° panoramic seaview of Rambler Channel and open city view of Tsuen Wan, the Hotel has 1,608 well appointed guestrooms including 43 spacious suites and a total area of over 3,400 sqm event space featuring the Nina Ballroom which can house a banquet party of 100 round tables.
The Hotel hosts an all-day dining outlet Cafe Circles, a Chinese restaurant Ru and SKY LOUNGE on 41/F. Guests can also relax in the swimming pools and exercise in the well-equipped fitness centre.
Being the first UNESCO Geopark Hotel in Hong Kong, it is a tranquil and relaxing urban oasis in the southside with proximity to Ocean Park, beautiful beaches, lush green slopes, Stanley Market and Causeway Bay shopping areas. It offers 432 guestrooms including 17 suites, and is ideal for both business and leisure travellers to get away. The Hotel runs a stylish restaurant IS Cafe, a lounge, 3 function rooms, a 3-in-1 outdoor swimming pool and a well-equipped gym.
Embrace the serenity of Nina Hotel Causeway Bay where guests can enjoy the wonderful harbour view at amazingly good prices. The 40-storey building hosts 275 spaciously appointed guestrooms including 25 generous sized suites. Every room is designed to show off Hong Kong’s natural wonders and come with a glorious view of the Victoria Harbour or of the lush green mountains of Braemar Hill. It also has casual dining outlet Corner 18 and Ah Yung Kitchen, an authentic Cantonese restaurant, together with 5 event spaces, a rooftop swimming pool, a gym and sauna facilities.
Located in the vibrant new business hub of Kwun Tong, Nina Hotel Kowloon East is a design-led boutique-inspired business hotel offering 254 guestrooms including 10 suites and duplexes, a contemporary casual restaurant forte, 2 event venues with state-of-the-art meeting & banquet facilities. It also offers seamless tech services and facilities at guest’s fingertips from the unparalleled eCheck-in to eKiosk information services.
It is a boutique hotel cum serviced apartments with 87 well-appointed guestrooms including 4 spacious suites, and a restaurant offering contemporary hotpot cuisine namely canton pot. Commanding an open view of the bustling Mong Kok, the Hotel provides travellers with a fun-filled, compact and intimate urban oasis equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, professional and friendly hospitality services and connectivity for a chic, modern and green lifestyle.
Conveniently located at Wan Chai’s commercial district in a vibrant cosmopolitan neighbourhood right next to Wan Chai MTR station with great accessibility by various public transportation, this property offers 91 fully furnished serviced apartments of style and simplicity with 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom units of around 40 sqm. Tenants can enjoy daily hearty breakfast at Sichuan Lab, the restaurant located on the ground floor of the building to start a good morning.
Undoubtedly Hong Kong’s most iconic residential address, The Lily, overlooking Repulse Bay, contains 100 serviced and unfurnished apartments. An exclusive long-term residential community, The Lily is unique in providing hotel style service in the home, thanks to its partnership with the Nina Hospitality.
Supported by an experienced hospitality team at Nina Hospitality, residents have access to a range of bespoke services and lifestyle experiences, all just a phone call or AI-powered chat service away.
Nina Hospitality, on behalf of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), operates this contemporary 130 room hotel that sits on campus, overlooking the beautiful Clearwater Bay.
A full-serviced conference and convention facility, the on-campus Lodge offers accommodation and meeting rooms. Guests have on hand the UniBistro & Bar and UniQue, both full-serviced restaurants with Mediterranean and local Cantonese fare on offer.
Many of our hotels boast a specialty restaurant, home to a team of culinary professionals who pride themselves in creating fantastic dining experiences. Sichuan Lab, canton pot and Ah Yung Kitchen all have loyal local followings, who come to experience delicious treats and familiar favourites. Together with other dining offerings in various locations, the Group brings foodies culinary experiences to the fullest.
Whether you're celebrating, hosting a meeting or an event, our professional catering teams will look after every one of your needs and wishes. Spectacular ballrooms, bright spacious meeting rooms, chic poolsides, or dramatic penthouses provide the perfect backdrop to whatever event you care to imagine. And embellish any one with our quality catering, and your guests will depart with the most wonderful memories.
Our Paris London New York Milano Cinema sits at the social heart of Tuen Mun. Four screens ready to entertain more than 1,000 fans of the silver screen, this is the city’s friendliest cinematic destination. For 30 years now, generations have gathered here to be entertained and munch on Hong Kong’s crispiest popcorn which could be described as “The Bruce Lee of popcorn".
Awards and accolades
No industry, apart from maybe the movies, takes such a keen interest in awards and accolades. And now that the most sought-after recognition comes in the form of user critique, we are thrilled to be able to share with you some of the amazing honours we have received recently.