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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- Overall: based on 1513 reviews
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Oustanding but in some ways price does not match quality
Stay Date: 07/2017, nikolai69 wrote this review.
Outstanding grand dame hotel of hong hong. Staff is friendly and accomodating in everyway and our deluxe habour view room although on the small side was beautiful with every amenity you could wish for. That said the price level here overall matches … See more
Outstanding grand dame hotel of hong hong. Staff is friendly and accomodating in everyway and our deluxe habour view room although on the small side was beautiful with every amenity you could wish for. That said the price level here overall matches oligarks from russia and noveau riche from mainland china - both categories of which you will see plenty in the hotel. And here money does not always match quality. Gawdy displays of diamonds and gold as present as it is in Dubai (and no that is not a complement). Bad taste galore in many of the guests - unfortunately. Maybe a dresscode that is actually enforced would be an idea (we saw plenty of gentlemen in shorts and t-shirts in the Spring Moon restaurant for dinner) -otherwise you feel a bit of an idiot dressing up for an elegant dinner. Afternoon tea is the lobby is a bit overhyped and not worth the money and the 400HKD breakfast is certainly not worth the pricemark. It seems that while the rooms albeit expensive do have a certain relationship to the product offered, all the extras do not - they are in fact way off the mark - clearly geared toward the (in my view) rather undesirable segment of clientele that I would actually prefer not to associate with to a large extent. Am I too harsh? perhaps put this is the top knotch of the city's offer and it is just a tad too much for my taste - take a look at the Mandarin Hotel in Bangkok and learn - thats how it should be done ... Collapse
The very best and top of the class service
Stay Date: 07/2017, CityFolks777 wrote this review.
This obviously one of the top hotel in HK. It obviously comes with a premium service and pricing. The breakfast was superb on the three mornings we were there. Excellent all round from the bell boy to the duty manager. Not to be missed for the cream … See more
This obviously one of the top hotel in HK. It obviously comes with a premium service and pricing. The breakfast was superb on the three mornings we were there. Excellent all round from the bell boy to the duty manager. Not to be missed for the cream la cream service if you can afford to spend here. Collapse
Not Overly Impressed But Solid Stay
Stay Date: 06/2017, Alex L wrote this review.
I had traveled to Kong Kong in 2016 and stayed at the Ritz Carlton, which was a fantastic experience. However, this trip was for my honeymoon and so we decided to try a new hotel. After doing weeks of research, we opted for The Peninsula. Prior to ar… See more
I had traveled to Kong Kong in 2016 and stayed at the Ritz Carlton, which was a fantastic experience. However, this trip was for my honeymoon and so we decided to try a new hotel. After doing weeks of research, we opted for The Peninsula. Prior to arriving, I contacted the hotel to setup dinner reservations, which the concierge promptly took care of. I also let them know we were celebrating our honeymoon and arranged the the Rolls Royce round trip airport transfer. We had an early arrival at HKG and were met by an airport rep right outside of our plane, which comes with the RR transfer. She took us on a cart to immigration and then her and porter assisted us with our bags. We were escorted to the car by another hotel rep, and then took the car to the hotel. The experience was absolutely seamless and I would highly recommend it, especially for special occasions. Once we arrived at the hotel were checked in, and as I had booked via American Express FHR, and it was our honeymoon, I expected to get a room upgrade. I purposely booked one room below a harbor view king expecting the upgrade, but those rooms were apparently sold out and we didn't get an upgrade. Not a big deal, but if you really want harbor view room and you're staying on a weekend, don't count on an upgrade. The check in staff were very friendly. We were happy that our room was ready given our early arrival, but unfortunately the room wasn't exactly what were expecting. It was quite small, and the toilet was leaking a colored water. This wasn't satisfactory to us, so I asked for us to have a new room. They offered us one in the same category a few floors down, and seemed apologetic, but I don't know why the bathroom was checked before we got into the room. Nevertheless, the room itself (again besides the size) was well done, especially the touch screen controls. We didn't eat in any of the hotel restaurants except for having tea and breakfast in the lobby. We also had dessert there one night. The lobby gets packed during the day with tourists but you can use the side and back entrances. The lobby staff were also very kind and helpful as well, except for one instance where I asked the location of the nearest restroom. Instead of walking me part of the way as many 5 star hotels do, this person just pointed in a certain direction, which actually made me more confused given I had just traveled there searching for the bathroom. We did visit the pool, which is very beautiful. There are two "tubs" on the edge of the pool, but both are filled with cold water. I would certainly stay here again but may first check out other hotels in Hong Kong. For Kowloon, the location is certainly better than the Ritz, but if you spend a lot of time on the other side the location is inconvenient. The friendly staff here goes a long way, especially given the issue we had with the room upon check in. Collapse
Elegance, aristocracy, class
Stay Date: 12/2016, Debmalya S wrote this review.
One of the most costly places in HK n yet so elegant n beautiful, you won't regret spending the amount you do spend here, do try gaddis the food is yummi.... And yes the views of the Victoria harbour is superb
One of the most costly places in HK n yet so elegant n beautiful, you won't regret spending the amount you do spend here, do try gaddis the food is yummi.... And yes the views of the Victoria harbour is superb Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2016, Ancon wrote this review.
A short one night visit before taking a cruise in HK, this hotel also known as the legendary “Grande Dame of the Far East” offers a blend of Eastern and Western hospitality in an atmosphere of unmatched classical grandeur and timeless elegance. The l… See more
A short one night visit before taking a cruise in HK, this hotel also known as the legendary “Grande Dame of the Far East” offers a blend of Eastern and Western hospitality in an atmosphere of unmatched classical grandeur and timeless elegance. The lobby and common areas allow you to explore the many antiques and historical artifacts on display around the hotel. Rooms are very nice with elegant furnishings and fantastic views of the bay. We got late to the hotel and had to order room service, which is probably one of the best Chinese meals we ever had. Breakfast is a combination of local and international dishes, were many exotic ingredients can be taste for an extraordinary experience. Only objection is the amount of construction around the hotel, which makes it nor the friendliest locations for a walk to know the area. Overall, top Peninsula quality and a short but very satisfying experience. Collapse
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