Shamrock Hotel in Nathan Road Kowloon, Hongkong  » Hotels  »
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223 Nathan Road Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
  • Hongkong as a major Asian tourist destination brags no less of the experience it can definitely offer
  • Shamrock is never a problem since its grounded in the busy streets of Kowloon, which means it is situated in an urban hub where MTR or train station is just a block away, and walking distance from food chains,night markets,currency exchange stores even luxury establishments and nearby five-star hotels
  • But the most interesting part is how it fares and even supersedes other hotels of 4 or 5-star rating in trip and travel sites
  • All in all, it was an amazing first stay in this hotel and in HK, and I would definitely not have second thoughts on staying here in my future travels

    • by keepin_real
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      Anyone who wants a bargain with regard to staying in a fine, almost lavish hotel in Hongkong where one doesn’t need to shell out as much must most certainly read on my review. It was March of 2010 when I traveled to HK with my family and got the chance to stay in Shamrock Hotel in Kowloon,Tsim Sha Tsui.

      Convenience: Hongkong as a major Asian tourist destination brags no less of the experience it can definitely offer. With this we get confused which hotels to stay in and its proximity to the destination and shopping attractions in the area. Shamrock is never a problem since its grounded in the busy streets of Kowloon, which means it is situated in an urban hub where MTR or train station is just a block away, and walking distance from


      food chains,night markets,currency exchange stores even luxury establishments and nearby five-star hotels. This entails one’s stay to be limitless and allow boundless exploration around the place. Also coming back late at night is never a problem with the MTR station accessible by foot with extensive business hours.

      Quality: Its a haven of comfort and luxury. The double type room is adequately spaced just right and not that small as expected in average priced downtown hotels, with mini chandelier-lights added in every room and a mini safety vault secure enough to store in valuables. It also had bed console to remotely dim the lights and electronic devices in a single finger press. Room design was minimalist chic and comfortable. You also get the chance to see the busy street overlooking the Kowloon district through their glass window ...


      • with nifty curtain to match. The entertainment utility in the room was up-to-date bragging a flat screen TV and a cabinet stand with as many uses. Internet connection however was through a broadband port and for an additional price. As for the washroom, though quite small was indeed maximized having a shower and tub which offers hot and cold water. Food was ok-ish since we had free breakfast, but they have this buffet offer during lunch and dinner that’re sumptuously looking. The staff then are ever accommodating as expected. It’s really more than what one can ever ask for.

        Price: Average at that time, but really subject to changes. Can’t really tell how much we paid at the time, since we got help from a travelling agency.They also often have promo offerings, but it is

        still the most affordable and splendid 3-star hotel ever available. The reason behind it being stalled to 3-star rating is its absence of a swimming pool. Funny right? But the most interesting part is how it fares and even supersedes other hotels of 4 or 5-star rating in trip and travel sites. The major CON probably is the reservation of rooms especially in peak seasons where returning and satisfied tourists are around who then refer this hotel to kins and friends. Also they don’t have transportation service available and one must be early enough to catch available modes of transportation to arrive on time to tourist destinations.

        All in all, it was an amazing first stay in this hotel and in HK, and I would definitely not have second thoughts on staying here in my future travels.




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