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New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

All hotel staffs were very friendly, and location was great. Almost most of the spots were accessible by walk within 20-25 minutes top, and the breakfast at 1st floor/ complimentary foods at the 14th floor were really spot-on. Handy phone hotel provided had unlimited data and minutes to use, and if I didn't have it I don't want to imagine how hard it could have been to travel around. The room was clean, though it could have been having some extra touch on here and there. I asked one of the staffs to recommend near-by foot massage place, and one that we got really ripped me off. I notified the hotel about the incident and hopefully that place will not recommend ever again to other people. (Peninsula Health Land @ Peninsula Centre) Other than ripped off experience, the hotel was very nice. I would stay there again.

Good view Nice room Good view Nice room

Rooms have been remodeled . Very nice. Staff very helpful although room service a bit slow & struggles with English language.

It was a double experiance 2 good and 2 bad points Goods are 1. Location is great close and walking distances. 2. They give you a free cell phone to talk and you can use it to give internet to the rest of your devices. For free its a first Tha bad part is 1. The hotel is under renovati9n and I really dont recall tjat being mentioned when I booked no sleeping during the day 2. The rooms are old and they tried tochange us from 3 rooms into 2 in a clever slik way but we refused

I liked it because it is not that expensive and the Hotel is five stars. So I was very satisfied.

This is my second trip to Hong Kong and the Nikko needs a make over. For the money I should of stayed at the Icon just around the corner. I have stayed at the Nikko hotels in many cities and this one you should pass on. Great view from the room but not worth the money.

Top notch all around and great value, most of the time.

When I check in , the front desk give me for free upgrate floor . thanks !

Large hotel, Lobbi was messed with check-in and check-ou guests, staff was not very proffetional.

Got my money's worth. Hong Kong is expensive, but this one is worth it.

It was good, but some of the rooms are getting remodeled, which is noisy.

I've lived in the area for the 5 years but this time I'm staying in Kowloon as a visitor. The location is great, close to Hung Hom MTR station (and the upcoming Whampoa one), which gets you to anywhere in HK. Also within walking distance to bars in Tsim Sha Tsui (or take a cab if you're too tired to walk back). I'd give it a 4.5 star for location if I could, the one drawback being no hotel shuttle to or from the Airport Express stations. However, you can easily get off at Kowloon station, then 1) take a cab. 2) take the free shuttle to Hung Hom area then walk here, or 3) walk to Austin MTR station then take the train to Hung Hom station, then walk here. Rooms are spacious in HK standard, very clean, and staff are all very friendly. Only complaint is that WiFi is not free, which might be normal in the States but not really the norm in HK. The new Hotel ICON one block away offers complementary WiFi, albeit the room rate is not as good as Nikko's.

Rooms getting remodeled, with construction workers using power tools at all hours. The hotel should close up while this is done, but they rent rooms right next to the ones under construction. Staff said since I got my room through Orbtz, there's nothing they can do. No refund, no discount, no nothing. So sorry never mind. Stay away from this one, at least until they're done remodeling.

Good experience overall. Good view of Victoria Harbor even though we were in one of the lower rooms. We were able to do a lot of shopping without undue walking or taxi rides. The free shuttle was a big help. Only negative, really, was shelling out $7 per page when having our boarding passes printed in the business center.

Orbitz price was fine. The staff sends you to the 14th floor to sell you the braekfast & upgrade option for $HK 400 + 10%. It is not worth it. The ICOM and Shangri La are better deals.

overall experience was very pleasant except the front desk did not give me the restarant credit as described when I booked, they only gave me 20% discount coupon for the bar where we would not go

We found the Hotel Nikko to upscale and comfortable. The lobby and public areas were clean and in good repair. The hotel was sufficiently nice to generate a steady stream of bridal parties; a sure sign of a good location. The staff was helpful and friendly. Compared to the modern hotel/casino rooms in Macau, the room was a bit dated but still very nice. The powered drapes were a nice touch. We got a harbor view, and we indeed got a spectacular view of the harbor. There was a recycling operation right below us on the water, but looking past that to the Hong Kong side was wonderful. We joked about it, but it was really a nit and did not detract from the overall experience. We slept with the drapes open so that we could see the lights all night. Magical. Since this was a Japanese chain hotel (JAL), there were nice Japanese amenities like Japanese speaking employees and Japanese breakfast items. The room safe was spacious. We actually forgot to shut the safe door when we left. The hotel asst. manager came up and locked it for us and left us a nice note informing us of our oversight. Everything was still there including some jewelry we bought the previous day. Truly great service that we did not expect.

Good location, but doesn't compare favorably to the nearby Hyatt Regency and Sheraton Towers where I have also stayed on recent business trips to Hong Kong. In this price range (US$300/night) I expect more than 'average'.

Besides a great location for me the hotel staff are fantastic especially the door man. He is always smiling and pleasent.

I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at Hotel Nikko. The primary factors contributing to this enjoyment included: the room, the staff,and amenities. Before proceeding, I should include that I upgraded to the executive level suite - not that I had money to burn, but it entitled me to other amenities and how often will I travel back to Hong Kong: probably never. Nevertheless,let's begin. The room size are normal based on Westerner (American) standards. However the decor is far from standard. Huge flat screen tv, lounging chair by window, and a soft, King size bed that I still long for today. And the view of the harbor was absolutely breathtaking. However, it was not the view I anticipated. I thought I would see the light show, but our view (the entire Hotel Nikko) was side (but still elegant) view of the harbor. The restroom was also updated, spacious, and comfortable: Separate shower and tub and one of the fancy water spray/automatic toilets(see how country I am:-) We also had terry cloth robes and slippers for each. Second, the staff was fantastic. They accomodated every request we had, and if they didn't have an answer immediately, they would find the answer. With this being my first time in Hong Kong, I had tons of questions. From where to eat to the best ways to travel to a location. The staff never seemed to tire of the questions and readily invitied more. They always rose when entering the lounge and asked what beverage/snack we would desire. The executive lounge is best for the executive (not me) who can't leave the hotel because of business, but it makes his/her stay more comfortable. It offers continental breakfast, the staff places a variety of pastries out throughout the day which you can eat (only in there) free of charge, and the also provide drinks in the evening. It has a full magazine rack a tv, seats and tables, a stunning view of the harbor, and a receptive staff ready to answer any question you have. Lastly, ameneties. The breakfast buffet was golden. I know most buffets are the same, but this one was different. It appear to contain a little from every neighboring country. A chef for omlets/eggs, French toast, sausage, bacon, fresh fish,fish balls, chicken, pourrige, salad bar, fruit bar, cerel,yougarts, and variet of Japanese food. I know the buffet came with the exec. level, but I'm unsure if it comes with standard rooms. Also, rooftop pool is nice, especially for stargazing at night. While cabs are extremely inexpensive, if you still desire to pinch pennies, the shuttle runs every 20mins and will drop you off along his route. Overall, I was absolutely satisfied with my stay and I wouldn't not change a thing.

72 Mody Road Kowloon

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Hong Kong Coliseum and The One
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel places you in Tsim Sha Tsui, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Hong Kong Coliseum and The One. This 464-room, 4.5-star hotel has 3 restaurants along with conveniences like an outdoor pool and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Kowloon, the hotel is also a short walk from K11 Shopping Mall and Hong Kong Space Museum.


Dining

This hotel is home to 3 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with 24-hour room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

All 464 recently renovated accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 42-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels and pay movies. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers are also standard.


Property features

Guests of New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel have access to an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. Valet parking is HKD 300 per day if you plan to drive, or hop aboard the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for HKD 140 per person one way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a meeting room, a business center, and express check-in.

Room options

Residence Club Deluxe Harbour View Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Residence Club Deluxe Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Harbour View Suite

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Floor Deluxe Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel

Everyone (3) Business (13) Couples (5) Family (1) Other (1) Friends (2)
4

very friendly hotel staffs, nice locations

Everyone

All hotel staffs were very friendly, and location was great. Almost most of the spots were accessible by walk within 20-25 minutes top, and the breakfast at 1st floor/ complimentary foods at the 14th floor were really spot-on. Handy phone hotel provided had unlimited data and minutes to use, and if I didn't have it I don't want to imagine how hard it could have been to travel around. The room was clean, though it could have been having some extra touch on here and there. I asked one of the staffs to recommend near-by foot massage place, and one that we got really ripped me off. I notified the hotel about the incident and hopefully that place will not recommend ever again to other people. (Peninsula Health Land @ Peninsula Centre) Other than ripped off experience, the hotel was very nice. I would stay there again.

By on Oct 9, 2017

5

clean and good

Everyone

Good view Nice room Good view Nice room

By on Nov 1, 2016

5

enjoyed stay again.

Everyone

Rooms have been remodeled . Very nice. Staff very helpful although room service a bit slow & struggles with English language.

By on Sep 5, 2016

3

mixed feelings

BusinessTravelers

It was a double experiance 2 good and 2 bad points Goods are 1. Location is great close and walking distances. 2. They give you a free cell phone to talk and you can use it to give internet to the rest of your devices. For free its a first Tha bad part is 1. The hotel is under renovati9n and I really dont recall tjat being mentioned when I booked no sleeping during the day 2. The rooms are old and they tried tochange us from 3 rooms into 2 in a clever slik way but we refused

By on Nov 1, 2015

4

very good for the price you pay

BusinessTravelers

I liked it because it is not that expensive and the Hotel is five stars. So I was very satisfied.

By on Oct 25, 2013

2

older hotel

Families

This is my second trip to Hong Kong and the Nikko needs a make over. For the money I should of stayed at the Icon just around the corner. I have stayed at the Nikko hotels in many cities and this one you should pass on. Great view from the room but not worth the money.

By on Jul 4, 2013

5

great hotel, great location

BusinessTravelers

Top notch all around and great value, most of the time.

By on Jun 5, 2013

4

nice to upgrate

BusinessTravelers

When I check in , the front desk give me for free upgrate floor . thanks !

By on May 10, 2013

3

you can find better in hk

BusinessTravelers

Large hotel, Lobbi was messed with check-in and check-ou guests, staff was not very proffetional.

By on Sep 11, 2012

4

decent hotel

BusinessTravelers

Got my money's worth. Hong Kong is expensive, but this one is worth it.

By on Jul 22, 2012