Airlie / Chardhaven / Baron's Court / ??? / Star Hotel [????-????]
23-25 Nathan Road
Mark's map shows this on Nathan Road between Peking and Middle Roads.
Here's what we know about it so far. Adam first:
The hotel next to the Kowloon Hotel looks like the Chardhaven Hotel. A place by this name is mentioned on page 3 of the China Mail, Apr 8, 1940, but no location is given.
Advert in The Straits Times, 24 October 1939, Page 2
Residental Hotel 44 rooms, beautifully funrished, 20 bath rooms, etc., licensed to sell intoxicating liquors, situated in the best part of Kowloon, showing handsome profits, price £3,000 selling on account of ill health. Apply to Mrs. Greenburg, proprietress, Chardhaven Hotel, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Good time to sell given the Japanese invasion a year away; though possibly fears of war prompted the offer in the first place. I wonder what happened to Mrs Greenburg and her handsome profits
Mrs Greenburg is also mentioned in the April 1940 China Mail piece, mentioned above, so obviously the place wasn't snapped up too quickly.
Tony Banham has this entry in his list of civilian internees during WW2:
Greenburg, Essie  51, Mrs. Room 303, at Stanley Int. Camp ISH UCWD 12.3.43
I wonder if she's the same person?