was there for a 4 days . Rooms are small , and bed covers rough on the skin. But almost all hotel rooms in HK are small , probably because chinese ppl are small statured. . For indian travellers following tips : 1. airport immigration-- first time indian visitors will be taken to a separate interrogation room and made to wait for an hour beffore their passports returned. And yes one member of their family will be isolated and kept in general area. This happens to all indian visitors only. 2. shamrock hotel is in a great shopping location surrounded by shops on all sides. very near to night market also. 3. For nearest indian vegetarian food, from shamrock turn left ( where MTR subway is located) , take the 3rd right and near the end of the street is Hotel Kangan which gives great masala chai and indian veg food too. ( it also serves non veg -- so hardcore vegans compromise ). 4 . or take a cab to Tsim sha Tsui approx 25 dollars. it has great indian food with love hindi music by some singers.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Shamrock Hotel is centrally located in the heart of Kowloon on Nathan Road, which consider as the backbone of Hong Kong that is always brimming over with the glamour of urban life and fabulous shopping selections, just a step away from the Jordan Station (Mass Transit Railway),giving easy access to most parts of the city. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Shamrock Hong Kong
- Shamrock Hotel Hong Kong
- Shamrock Hotel Hongkong