The Peninsula Hong Kong
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Opened in 1928, The Peninsula Hong Kong offers 5 star service and old world charm on the edge of Victoria Harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui. A Roman-style indoor pool, a 12,000 square feet spa and 9 award-winning restaurants and bars feature within this luxurious hotel.
Oriental elegance meets modern luxury in rooms, which overlook the hotel's courtyard, Victoria Harbour or Kowloon. Marble bathrooms are fitted with a spa bathtub. A Blu-Ray player, LED swivel TV and free HD movies are provided. All guest rooms offer free Wi-Fi and also feature an interactive digital bedside panel, LED touch-screen wall panels and wireless telephone with VOIP technology (free long-distance calls).
At the Peninsula Spa, relax with a full body massage or soak in the hot tubs. There is also an on-site shopping arcade, and well-equipped function rooms. Guests can also stay in shape at the fitness centre or get professional services at the business centre. The Felix rooftop restaurant features modern European cuisine while English afternoon tea is offered at The Lobby. Other options include French, Chinese, Swiss and Japanese dining. Salon de Ning lounge and The Bar offers a range of refreshing cocktails and drinks - perfect after a full day of sightseeing!
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Always unforgettable experience
Stay Date: 01/2017, Kkmkam wrote this review.
The hotel lobby is a must go area. In house guest can have priority to make a reservation on Lobby high tea.( you can always see a very long queue lining up for high tea ). Gaddis,fine dining French restaurant, made fantastic French dishes.The envi… See more
The hotel lobby is a must go area. In house guest can have priority to make a reservation on Lobby high tea.( you can always see a very long queue lining up for high tea ). Gaddis,fine dining French restaurant, made fantastic French dishes.The environment is classic! It is hard to find a place like this in HK ( check Dress code ).If you want to propose, Gaddis is your No.1 choice.They said it's 0% failure :> :> :> Felix, high on 28/F, has a breathtaking view of the Victoria harbour.The food taste fantastically yummy and inspirational! Spring Moon, their Deep fried Crispy chicken is a must eat dish and it's my kids No. 1 favourite dish here.Besides, they have a Tea master here.If you order their special tea during dinner, theTea master will push his Tea trolley table to your place and made tea in front of you. He will also tell you stories of the tea and bring you to a special tea journey! It's really interesting! Chesa's cheese fondue is the best in town!The crispy cheese they made after you almost finish your cheese fondue is mouth watering! You can't help to stop eating it! The cozy wooden room brings you to Switzerland and they serve very good Swiss whit wine that is very difficult to find in HK. For breakfast, if it's included in the room rate, go for Verandah on the 1/F.It is a buffet breakfast but everything is freshly made. The staffs here are very friendly! The hotel also provide helicopter service.It will be a very good experience to see HK up on a 15-30 minutes fly! On top of the above, they have a chocolatier in the hotel. All their chocolate are freshly handmade.Dark chocolate is always my favourite. The Chocolate Art piece is amazing and won a lot of international prizes! As a whole, it is always a wonderful and unforgettable experience to stay in The Peninsula HK! Collapse
Money Well Spent
Stay Date: 01/2017, viajeroManila wrote this review.
Booked directly for a 2 night stay as a wedding anniversary surprise for my wife. Started by getting the Rolls Royce transfer which everyone who visits this property should experience at least once. The opulence of being fetched at the airbridge, bro… See more
Booked directly for a 2 night stay as a wedding anniversary surprise for my wife. Started by getting the Rolls Royce transfer which everyone who visits this property should experience at least once. The opulence of being fetched at the airbridge, brought to immigration, had luggage collected at the belt and brought to the limousine lounge where the patent green RR Phantom was waiting is the most opulent way to begin a holiday in Hong Kong. We were then met at the driveway and checked directly to our room by the wonderful staff. I initially reserved a courtyard room, but we got upgraded to a higher city view room. While the view was not as spectacular as the harbour view one, it was nice enough. There is a separate area in the grand lobby for afternoon tea and it was quite an experience, which guests of the hotel should not pass up. This being an anniversary celebration, I also splashed out by booking spa treatments in the luxurious couple's suite with a hot tub, steam and a magnificent view of Victoria Harbour. Fresh fruits, drinks and a relaxing atmosphere is certainly THE way to cap a day. Breakfast at the Verandah likewise had an impressive spread of eastern and western options. The room was opulent but very modern at the same time with tablet controls for just about everything, free movies and daily fruit replenished. A bonus was a surprise bottle of champagne and sweets compliments of the hotel to celebrate our special day. Spent quite a bit, but worth every dollar. Return Rolls Royce transfer to the hotel is an excellent cap to a memorable getaway. This was our first time to experience Asia's Grand Dame and it certainly will not be the last. Collapse
Building impressive but what you get is less impressive
Stay Date: 01/2017, Lauren S wrote this review.
Whilst one cannot detract from the grandeur of the building which is steeped in history , the experience itself was a little disappointing. We simply wanted a drink and the only really offer open to us was either afternoon tea served in the lobby or… See more
Whilst one cannot detract from the grandeur of the building which is steeped in history , the experience itself was a little disappointing. We simply wanted a drink and the only really offer open to us was either afternoon tea served in the lobby or the bar. Afternoon tea had around a 1 hour wait which we were not prepared to do. The bar is up on the first floor, fairly small and out of the way. It has mahogany clad walls which means that it is very dark but on the plus side our trip coincided with happy hour which meant we got 25% off beer (65 HKD per bottle.) A live pianist began playing at around 1830 which did add to the ambience but the dark walls and lack of light meant that it felt a little dreary. I could not fault the staff who were very helpful. Glad I have been but expected more from the experience. Collapse
Treated like a Queen
Stay Date: 11/2016, Heike_13G wrote this review.
We have spent four fantastic and unforgettable days at this excellent location. The room was very modern, nice, clean and quiet with a great view. Food in the Japanese Restaurant was great as well as the breakfast. Package Heliflight and Tea Time hig… See more
We have spent four fantastic and unforgettable days at this excellent location. The room was very modern, nice, clean and quiet with a great view. Food in the Japanese Restaurant was great as well as the breakfast. Package Heliflight and Tea Time highly recommended. And we enjoyed a lot the Rolls Royce transfers. The service was outstanding. We felt like being at home. The hotel is also very well located. There is only a 5-10 minutes walk to the ferry going to Hong Kong Island. We recommend also the Big Bus Tours. We had time to do one. So you see in a short time a lot and you get an overview of the city. Collapse
A landmark hotel in Hong Kong
Stay Date: 08/2016, James H wrote this review.
For those who like to stay in legendary landmark hotels around the world - you have to stay at The Peninsula Hong Kong at least once. Unfortunately I was on my way to Seoul and make a stop over to Hong Kong in the middle of August. I forgot how HOT … See more
For those who like to stay in legendary landmark hotels around the world - you have to stay at The Peninsula Hong Kong at least once. Unfortunately I was on my way to Seoul and make a stop over to Hong Kong in the middle of August. I forgot how HOT and HUMID Hong Kong is during August. Never go there in the summer. It's crazy HOT! But the hotel was a heaven from the scorching heat. We used the pool to cool off after a day out in the heat and the service at the sauna and pool area was excellent. The Chinese restaurant there is one of the best in Hong Kong and we really enjoyed the dim-sum there. Frankly - there are much better 5 star hotels in Hong Kong and around the world with better service and hardware but you have to come here at least once and check it off your bucket list and enjoy high-tea at the lobby restaurant like all of the tourist do when they come to Hong Kong -:). Collapse
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