Eaton Hong Kong

    Inspired by the gritty, retro nostalgia of its Kowloon neighborhood, Jordan, Eaton HK inspires and nurtures the freedom of ideas by offering an inclusive gathering place for changemakers, creatives, and free thinkers to follow their bliss.

    Eaton HK is a pioneer in welcoming LGBTQ+ travelers to Hong Kong. This is seen through their hosting of equality activists and transgender advocates for events, a robust programming schedule centered around humanitarian, creativity and community activism causes, inclusivity in hiring practices and guest service training, all the way down to little details such as storing marriage equality literature on-site and gender neutral bathroom signs throughout the property.

    Eaton HK is the physical arm of Eaton Workshop, a new global purpose-driven company and creative lab from Katherine Lo at the intersection of culture, media, hospitality, wellness, and progressive social change. With distinct parts—Hotel, House, Media, Wellness, and Impact- Eaton transcends the notion of a traditional hotel to provide a physical, digital, and analog platform to artists, activists, healers, and leaders in their pursuit of making the world a better place.

    Located in an emerging Hong Kong artist community, Eaton HK offers a variety of resources for the community, including a public radio station, a contemporary art gallery, live music venue and bar, holistic healing experiences, a professional screening room, a members-only working club, sustainable food and drink options, private event spaces for meetings, conferences, weddings, and musical performances, a retail outpost, and more.

    So much more than a hotel, Eaton HK is an incubator for arts and culture, a beacon for sustainability, a hub for impact initiatives, and a local connection to a global media platform.



    • 465 rooms
    • 21 floors




    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Bar
    • Concierge Services
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • In-Room Safe


    Eaton HK features a vibrant mix of food and beverage outlets. This includes The Astor, an all-day restaurant featuring a eight live cooking stations serving international cuisine, and One Michelin-starred Cantonese dining and dim sum at Yat Tung Heen. There is also Foodhall, a bazaar with 11 cult food stalls and Terrible Baby, an open-terrace cocktail bar and music room.



    380 Nathan Rd Hong Kong - Kowloon Hong Kong NULL


    Out and About Gay Travel Guides are available at each and every World Rainbow Hotel. They are prepared by the concierge and staff at the hotel and aim to provide you with up to date information about the local gay and lesbian scene.