January 1, 2018 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
We always make our last stop on our way back to the US, After traveling through China for two weeks, we arrived at the Peninsula for 4 nights of luxury and relaxation, they picked us a t the airport in a classic Rolls Royce, highly recommended .
hecmarrem - Los Angeles, California
Booked 2 nights for birthday treat purely on the basis that this is one of those hotels that has to be done especially with the Rolls Royce transfers! Harbour view is great, room was large and well equipped except for the nightmare coffee machine! Beds extremely comfortable, service excellent and the majority of staff friendly and helpful. Good selection at breakfast and afternoon tea worth doing for the experience although not the best one we have had. For this level of hotel there is just something missing but its 'The Peninsula' so I would stay again in the future.
CyanS - Phuket
The Peninsula is a hotel with high standard of services. You can see the quality that they provided by the price we pay. The building is exceptional, the interior is a first class and they have extraordinary services. So, if you have an extra budget you can definitely stay here.
smileymella - Surabaya, Indonesia
We loved the incredibly beautiful ambience of this fine hotel. It is stunningly decorated for Christmas and this added to the atmosphere. We were stunned by our room which was plush and large. The high tech features were amazing. Everything was perfect.
TT2Web - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The best thing about afternoon tea in the Lobby at the Peninsula Hotel is the room itself. The room is beautifully proportioned and as it was close to Xmas when we went, was suitably decorated with festive fare. There's no booking, just turn up and wait. We were seated after about 40 minutes. We opted for the straight forward afternoon tea and it all comes out on a pretty stand. As one would expect, proper china, tea strainers etc are part of the "show". The savoury food was okay, a nice quiche tartlette was the highlight. Next came the scones which were well risen and although a little stodgy, tasted nice. However, the cakes were definitely out of the bottom drawer, very poorly executed. First there was a green macaron. It totally lacked the texture that is the essence of a well baked macaron. It just tasted sweet and crunchy. Next there was a choux bun with a raspberry filling. Anyone who has ever made choux pastry knows that once filled, unless eaten reasonably soon, the choux pastry becomes soggy. It was. I suspect they were prepared en masse hours earlier. I could go on, but suffice it to say that the sweet section was definitely amateurish & that's being kind. Nevertheless, we enjoyed gazing around and taking in the atmosphere, slowly sipping our tea. Then, "entering left stage" comes a server, who starts to clear away our table. It was quite obvious that we hadn't yet finished, but there was no holding back and another server darted in and started removing the remainder of plates etc. I held on to my cup just in case! To be honest, we found it mildly amusing. In summary, from a food point of view this wasn't the best afternoon tea I've ever had. In fact it was decidedly average; they seriously need to get a good patisserie chef. However, the setting is lovely, so my advice would be to skip the afternoon tea, but visit the Lobby for a pot of tea & some scones.
PatrickTwomey - Lincoln, United Kingdom