Eaton is a High Tariff B hotel located on Nathan Road, a popular street in Hong Kong in a famous shopping, entertainment and commercial district. Eaton is easily accessible by various modes of public transportation and is located between Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok. Eaton has a modern and simple design, furnished in warm earth tones and natural colours. The Hotel focuses on three fundamentals – comfort, convenience and connectivity – and is one of the most eco-friendly hotels in the district. In line with Eaton's corporate social policy to reduce energy consumption and create a healthier environment for hotel guests and visitors, Eaton's lobby has floor to ceiling glass windows which allows the lobby area to be filled with natural light and along the lobby wall is a living green wall, approximately six metres high by eight metres wide, which features over 3,000 plants and serves to purify the air in the lobby area.
Eaton has 465 rooms (including 31 suites) in a range of sizes and configurations, each furnished with modern communications facilities and amenities, ranging from approximately 212 sq.ft. to approximately 632 sq.ft., and 31 of which are suites.
The Diamond Ballroom
Yat Tung Heen
Metro Buffet & Grill/
|Meeting and Function Facilities
Eaton has a total meeting and function space of approximately 28,000 sq.ft., comprising the following:
- Three ballrooms with a total seating area of about 19,000 sq.ft. capable of accommodating meetings for up to 960 persons or up to 80 tables banquet style. Each of the ballrooms can be divided into smaller ballrooms to facilitate events such as meetings, seminars, exhibitions or dinners. The Diamond Ballroom is the largest ballroom and is about 12,570 sq.ft. and has a three-storey atrium; and
- Two meeting/function rooms of approximately 6,920 sq.ft. and 2,290 sq.ft. The meeting/function rooms can be divided into up to eight smaller rooms to tailor to the size of the event.
Food and Beverage Facilities
Eaton also offers a wide selection of food and beverage options, including the following restaurants:
- Yat Tung Heen, a Chinese restaurant with an extensive menu of traditional Chinese cuisine, including Cantonese specialities and classic dim sum;
- Yagura, a Japanese restaurant serving sushi, tempura and izakaya-style dishes;
- Metro Buffet & Grill/Metro Lounge, an all-day dining restaurant serving local and international cuisine with both buffet and a la carte options;
- Main St Cafe, a coffee shop serving freshly brewed coffee from Arabica beans and offering free wireless Internet service; and
- T Bar, serving wine, cocktail and bar snacks.