Imperial Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

30-34 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

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62%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
3%
9
Very Good
24%
58
Average
35%
83
Poor
16%
38
Terrible
20%
49

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 44% more and rated 26% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families46
  • Couples36
  • Solo48
  • Business29
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    Poor Service & Facilities

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    Free WiFi? Not unless you sit in the lobby or pay for it per hour.
    Airport pickup assistance? Better off just walking.
    Friendly counter staff? The woman who works the evening shift doesn't speak in full sentences, make eye contact, or try to give any helpful tips about the surrounding area.

    TST is a shady neighborhood and this hotel is located right next to the Chungking Mansions. Be prepared to be chased by Indian kids, hassled by street vendors selling watches every time you leave the hotel, and a sense of mayhem and 0% security in the hotel lobby. Do NOT recommend staying at the Imperial Hotel unless you enjoy spending your free time at refugee camps or hostels where people's organs are removed and sold.

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Forum Posts

How to get to Guandong Hotel fro airport

by mickeyms

How do i get to guandong hotel from airport?

Re: How to get to Guandong Hotel fro airport

by tenluk

it's depend on what transportation you would like to take from airport

- if take taxi then you can show the complete address or asking hotel to email the Mandarin characters.
- if take subway then can exit from tst then walk through Humphrey Ave.. it can see in google map
- if take bus maybe ask A 21 about stop at tst or Chatham rd.

hope this can help

Cheers

Re: How to get to Guandong Hotel fro airport

by hang617

For the above information, here is a map for your reference if you take a21 to guangdong hotel, the dropping point is highlighted which is not so far to the hotel, it takes 3 mins to walk over there i think. i hope it helps you, feel free to send me a msg if you have any problem. Nice trip.

http://d.imagehost.org/0988/a21.jpg

Re: How to get to Guandong Hotel fro airport

by Jesperp

There is shown at Booking.com’s website that there is an airport transfer for Guangdong Hotel.
Information about Guangdong Hotel: http://www.booking.com/hotel/hk/guangdong.en.html?aid=313140; label = hotel-55028-hp-AvqCYl3oSMj4wRbitSxdzwS3653420522; sid = 9f730d502aa08523ef2683661877c39e

Travel Tips for Kowloon

Tsim Sha Tsu and Avenue of Stars

by pres_16

A stroll around TST area makes me happy enough. At Nathan Road, there is Parklane where where you could browse through its stores and find some inexpensive items. And you can do store hopping here, if you are lucky, some of of the signature stores are on sale - just like my first time here. Ending up our whole day tour of the city at the Avenue of Stars was a memorable one. The panoramic views of the harbor and Hong Kong Island skyline was a reward for me after accomplishing my daytime itinerary. The Avenue is a great vantage point to watch the Symphony of Lights show.

A Symphony of Lights is another great reward. This spectacular multimedia event covers more than 40 buildings on both sides of Victoria harbor.

vigi.

by Guantanamera

Hanging out with the vivacious and beautiful Virginia (VT member vigi) in Kowloon was a lot of fun... She took me up to Mong Kok district where we went shopping at the market and also stopped to get a bite to eat... Later, we met up with another VT friend of hers, the equally enchanting Ka Yin (sunshinee)....

The other side of Kowloon

by mikey_e

Kowloon has some spectacular apartment and commercial buildings, but the city also plays host to some of the area that showcase how HK managed to rise and maintain its prestige as a business and manufacturing centre. Thousands upon thousands of people migrated to HK every year during the second half of the last century, many looking to work in low-paying jobs that promised better fortune than what was available in Mainland China. They often had to live in cramped quarters in poorer parts of the city, contrasting with the glamour of Hong Kong Island and the city's business elite. In Kowloon, you can still see the effects of the population boom as you go through areas of the city away from the waterfront, including the area around Temple Market. The run-down apartment blocks and the grimy streets showcase how the city was able to grow so rapidly and experience such aggregate success without high costs and labour shortages slowing economic development.

Local Festivals

by mikey_e

As in any other country or territory with a government-regulated economy, there are a few Chinese holidays and festivals that are celebrated officially in Hong Kong. There are also, however, some holidays and festivals that might only be celebrated by devotees of a certain god, or people from a certain region in China. The result is that there are occasionally small fairs set up in different parts of the island that commemorate a specific event or that pay homage to a certain deity. I found one in the Temple Market area, where a makeshift altar had been erected and various people, mainly the elderly, were coming to offer their respects. It's an interesting scene to witness, and one that enriches your understanding of HK and Chinese culture. It might be better, however, to actually ask someone what's going on and to understand exactly what the festival is, rather than take pictures blindly, as I did.

Umbrella is a must!

by olessiam

There are lots of small places which sell film, cameras and memory sticks. Make sure to bargain to get the best deal. I forgot to bring an umbrella, and it rained every day. Although you can buy a cheap umbrella in one of the drug stores, bring your own if you can.

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Address: 30-34 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China