November 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Peninsula Hong Kong in Hong Kong, China
A paragon among luxury hotels, Zagat's Top Hotel for 2001 and named one of the Top 10 Hotels in the World for 2003 by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler, The Peninsula Hong Kong is the archipelago's premier hotel. The hotel's history spans nearly 75 years and includes setting unparalleled standards for Asian hospitality. Experience the apex of Asian culture in the very heart of Kowloon's shopping, entertainment and business district. From the spirited daytime bustle to the hottest nightspot in town, guests at the Peninsula enjoy flawless service and pampering just steps from Hong Kong's most revered institutions, not to mention the ultra modern underground railway, the Kowloon-Canton Railway and the historic Star Ferry.
A trip to Hong Kong with a stay at the Peninsula is the ultimate holiday for the senses. Relish Hong Kong's fascinating display of ancient Chinese tradition with more sights and attractions per square inch than anywhere else in the world, including the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Hong Kong Museum of Art. Spend an afternoon sailing and island-hopping, discovering the lesser-known rural side of Hong Kong, a spectacle to behold.
Location of The Peninsula Hong Kong
Nearest Airport: HKG
Amenities for The Peninsula Hong Kong
- General Information
- 300 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Spa Services
- Meeting Rooms
Reviews for The Peninsula Hong Kong
Donâ€™t buy the hype. This hotel failed to meet the standards of a cheap motel. No room available for an hour despite a 3 PM arrival for a 2 PM check in. Then tried to check us into a smoking room. And when we finally got into the room a scaffold lowered across our â€˜ million dollar viewâ€™ and we were treated to the sounds and sights of repointing and painting for the rest of our stay. Even with the curtains closed the sounds awoke us early in the morning and lasted until sunset. The lobby, which was dominated by reserved tables (tea, drinks) had no seating except two chairs which were naturally always occupied. And on our second evening some awful, toxic odorâ€”paint remover with a hint of insecticide â€”literally drove us into the streets. After a long day of touring we return to the hotel (having left and posted a please service sign at 8 AM) to find that the room was still being cleaned and it would be another 45 minutes until it was available. There was a twenty minute wait for breakfast which was unexceptional. And in a gesture of compensation that floored me we received a note from the manager accompanied by a pot of tea. Stay elsewhere.
BandBlovers09 - NYC
No words. You have to live it and experience it !!! Top of the world ! Use the Rolls to arrive... go to the pool for breakfast or tea, etc etc etc.... no two like this Hotel. PS. Have your shirts dry cleaned !!! They come back better than new.
HECTORSUMA - Cancun, Mexico
this was my 7th Visit to Hong Kong and the Peninsula, and let me tell you, it never ever disappoints....This hotel is one of the most impressive....the staff are incredible in every department, the restaurants, housekeeping, the spa , concierge, bellman and even the pool and locker room attendants. Imagine going to a hotel, in one of the most beautiful cities in the world and not wanting to leave the premises. The hotel is so warm and friendly and they bend over backwards to make sure you have an extraordinary stay. The guest relations team headed up by Alice Chan continues to impress me with their perfection and attention to detail and making me feel like the most important person in the hotel, even though there are hundreds others The lobby lounge is where i like to eat most of my meals...the menu is continental with all different cuisines represented in the hotel, there is always something for everyone. i requested my favorite room in the main building but some prefer to have a higher floor....not me i love room 327 the spa team is fantastic, the pool and fitness area are always monitored and When i want to go down to the lobby lounge, they always find me a seat right of way, no matter how busy it is, they make the hotel guests a priority the front desk staff as always is there making sure i have everything i need, thank you to Mateo for always taking care of me and going the extra mile...you are the best The management team Mr. Oba and Ms. Rainey Chan are so welcoming and professional and run a wonderful hotel I thank you all for making my life and the enjoyment i get in life so much better from being with you and stay at the Peninsula Hong Kong.... this is by far the best place on earth
susannaa2000 - Los angeles
I used to go here for lunch since 1974 and have very fond memories of the Pen. We chose to lunch at the Verandah which had a buffet. Some HK buffet can be over the top and very pricey. However, the Verandah is understated but with a nice variety of dishes for a very reasonable $480. They also have a drinks package for $118. The ambience of the restaurant is superb with a very calming colour scheme and this is relaxing over a long buffet lunch. Favourite dishes included the scallops on shell and the pork. We were attended to by Liza who was superb a credit to the Pen Group. We have not been to the Pen for years but will be returning more often.
ianseabourne - Hong Kong, China
We took the rolls royce from the aiport to the hotel, the 'meeting' at the plane is really just an airport employee who did nothing to help us expedite customs. She just walked us to immigration, we stood in the very same queue that all other visitors did. Driver was pleasant and the ride was as comfortable as one might expect. The check in was faultless and took place in our room. Unfortunately we had a small issue with an overwhelming 'damp/stale' smell in the room, fortunately this was taken care of immediately by the staff in a more than competent and satisfactory fashion. Breakfast the Verandah was taken daily and was faultless, there was something to suit every taste, with both Western and Asian food being very good! The dining room becomes exceptionally busy we ate at 7am-ish and service was perfect, however around 9am it was very very packed and service was not quite what i would expect, used dishes were left uncleared and service was slow. Concierge were FANTASTIC, Special thanks to Cissie who dealt so well with all our pre-planning and needs during our stay, Thank You! The issue that many others have raised in this forum and others is that the hotel makes no provision for hotel guests above and beyond the droves who turn up for afternoon tea each day and completely over run the lobby. This leaves little or no space except the guest room for relaxation which is very very disappointing, there were always lines in the lobby. This also impacts the transport situation, upon ordering a taxi there were more often than not non-guests also waiting for a taxi.The ensuing wait was simply irritating. As a staying guest of the hotel i expect to treated differently to someone who stepped in to either have tea or depending on the time of year - came in to pick up an order of moon cakes. This issue severely impacted our ability to rate the hotel higher. If we were to visit hk again my husband and i both agree that we would not stay at the Peninsula again. Having visited the Four Seasons and The Ritz Carlton either would be preferable
Jeordie84 - Houston, Texas