New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel

Address: No.72 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Yau Tsim Mong area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Science Museum, Hong Kong Space Museum, and Aljun Castle (Qala'at ar-Rabad).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNew World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel

    Reviewed by jackwcummings

    Great Hotel, Great Staff, Great food.

    Reviewed Oct 27, 2014
    by (8 reviews) Port Angeles , United States Flag of United States

    My wife and I had the honor of staying at the New World Millennium for five nights. This is without a doubt one of the finest hotels we have ever had the good fortune to stay in. Definitely a world class hotel with all the amenities it affords its guests. Every room has a large window that is great for people and scenery watching. Their high speed broadband connections were available and free both wired and wireless. Would definitely look forward to staying here again in the future. Also their daily free two bottles of water were appreciated. Wonderful buffet included with our room. Everything from Asian to Western food prepared right before your palette

    Room Tip: Book a room on the side that faces the harbor.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by traveltowrite

    Fashionable hotel in downtown Hong Kong

    Reviewed Feb 3, 2011
    by (4 reviews) San Francisco , United States Flag of United States

    Friendly staff, very modern, convenient, right across from the water with great views of New Years light show and boats, etc.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Historical Traveler Reviews New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel

    5 start hotel at a great price


    We staid here 4 nights in June 2006. The rooms are fantastic with broadband internet (max. at 125/day, 250/week or 350/month) and great plasma TV with many channels. The rooms are quiet, the staff very friendly and helpful. Breakfast could use some improvement with more choices on the healthy side but that seems to be typical for all Hong Kong food which is quite disappointing. Would defintely stay here again.

    Great HK hotel


    Stayed on the 9th Floor for first three nights which is a non smoking floor. The 9th floor seems to be a little better than the 7th floor which I stayed on for two nights when I returned from Guangzhou. I would recommend the 9th floor. Better amenities etc. Also, if you don't want to spend the money on internet and you only have a few files to download and you have wifi on your computer you can go to the floor with the business centre and access wireless for free.

    Pool closes at 7pm so watch out for that.

    Also if you are a JAL member you can get good rates off the Nikko website.

    All in all this is a great hotel in a great location. If you are travelling to Shenzhen or Guanzhou it is very close to the train station.

    Very Good Hotel in Medium Range


    During my 3 days stay at Nikko, the only complaint that I may have was that on the first day I found used tissue papers in the pocket of my bathrobe.! Other than this, very good service, rooms are cleaned up twice daily, with free fruit basket, mineral water and towel/bedcover change.

    Friendly staff and good location, specially if you get the sea facing rooms.

    Good for business travellers and singles.

    Great hotel


    We stayed a total of 2 nights at the Hotel Nikko in Hong Kong and it was terrific! The hotel is great and the service is excellent. The location is nearby the Star Ferry, 5 minute ferry from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island. Ask for a Harbour view room and you can wake up next to the bustling harbor of Hong Kong. Near to the MTR, so underground transportation is available if you'd like to explore the city on foot. The business center has high speed internet connections and it's just down the stairs from the Bar which has a great happy hour.

    Good Hotel


    Stayed at the Nikko for 3 nights in early march. The Nikko is much like any other modern 5 star hotel. Good size room (especially for Hong Kong). The staff were helpful and courteous. Breakfast was either a continental braekfast on the 14th floor (great views over looking the bay) or a buffet breakfast on the ground floor. A hotel that I would definately visit again.

    Fabulous Gem on the Water


    Actually, stayed at the Nikko twice - once for several days in August '05, again in September '05 for 5 days. This place is a hidden gem. Anyone who knows this area KNOWS that this is the rainy season! This is one of the few (maybe the ONLY) hotels which took this aspect into consideration when designing the hotel. Main entry/exit (lobby) doors are on a covered circular drive. Even the big buses (touring, as well as to-and-from airport) could easily fit in and turn around. This keeps you dry for that all-day city tour or (in my case) the 18-hour-flight-home. I couldn't help but notice that the guests of the hotel next door (twice the price of the Nikko) were forced to the street to be picked up by the same airport bus which I was sitting on. (In fairness to that hotel, they seemed to be undergoing some construction). O.K. enough about me staying kempt for a long trip(s). The staff at the hotel was fabulous! Could not do enough for me. Lobby assistance was immediate and constant. Check-in took moments. Upon my return they upgraded me to a Club Floor - VIEW of HARBOR & flat screen TV !! Beds extremely comfortable, bedding and decorations very sophisticated. BTW, I also had a harbor view room on my stay in August. On my first day in HK I asked the concierge a logistical question, he patiently mapped out my route and asked if there was anything else, remembering the weather report, I jokingly asked for an umbrella, he turned away a moment and retrieved one for me! WOW! Another time I was asking about 1/2 day tours and they (with very little notice - about 15 minutes) were able to assist in my sightseeing needs. Hotel VERY safe. I am a single woman travelling and I never felt uncomfortable. Rooftop pool: how would you like your own pool at the top of a building overlooking HK Harbor & Island - well that was part of my experience at the Nikko (well, there was the 'lifeguard'/assistant also). Food: arranged for room service several times - excellent food, beautifully presented, high quality service. Bathroom: high-quality amities (in both regular and club floor rooms), separate shower, large, lots of marble - reminded me of the Watergate & The Willard WCs. When I return to HK the Nikko will be my first choice.

    Very Impressed - Top Value - Location and Service Great


    I spent 2 nights at this Hotel in October 2005. Excellent Hotel !!!!!

    This Hotel least known of 3 on Mody Road in Tsimshatsui East in Kowloon but it really is a hidden jem. Not as grand as some of its Hong Kong Island counterparts this hotel does stand and deliver excellent service at very good $$$$ pricing. This hotel has every service and facility its nearby competitiors ( Interncontinental and Shangrila ) do and

    Rooms - If the budget allows opt for a Nikko Floor Room ( Levels 12 - 13 )

    these rooms offer some excellent Harbour views not to mention wonderful new marble bathrooms and the convenience of a private lounge, private checkin and related services via the business centre on the 14th level.

    The rooms are freshly renovated and feature Flat Screen LCD TVs, Remote Control anything large or twin config beds plus ample seating areas and a Bathroom you could hold a football game in!!!

    Location - Located in Tsimshatsui East on Mody Road its about 10 mins walk from Nathan Road, but its a pleasant walk across to the Tsimshatsui Shops via Granville Road or Cameron Road. The area is surrounded in a wide range of restaurants from Gourmet to Fastfood oh yeah its near a Seven Eleven, Star Bucks, Mc Donalds, KFC if you must also. You can get a free shuttle from the Hotel to other parts of Kowloon but hey Enjoy the walk and take in Hong Kong!!! The Hotel is next door to the Harbour Plaza Intercontinental and up the street from the Shangrila Kowloon.

    Value for Money - Excellent although the usual premium was paid for things from the Mini Bar - Telephone Calls and in house stuff. ( If you want to enjoy in house dining ask for deals in the restaurant via the business centre )

    Service - Excellent the porters were efficient, Everyone is Freindly, speaks English and cannot do enough to make you feel welcome or assist you. A Big thanks to the ladies in the business centres for addressing my mail to China in Cantonese ( Thanks Ladies )

    Overall Excellent, I cannot fault this place. Give it a try!!!!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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