The Peninsula Hong Kong: one of the world’s legendary Grand Hotels
Created in 1928, and Hong Kong‘s oldest hotel, the legendary “Grande Dame of the Far East” continues to set hotel standards worldwide, offering a blend of the best Eastern and Western hospitality in an atmosphere of unmatched classical grandeur and timeless elegance.
A prestigious venue
Located on Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui, overlooking Victoria Harbour, The Peninsula Hong Kong is right at the heart of Kowloon’s business, shopping and entertainment district.
Access to Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway subway system is less than one minute’s walk from the hotel, enabling guests to travel around the city, the New Territories and into China. The Star Ferry, a more leisurely way to reach the Island, is a five-minute walk from the hotel, and Chek Lap Kok International Airport is only a 40-minute drive away.
A stay at The Peninsula Hong Kong allows you to re-live the glamour of travel of a by-gone era and explore the many antiques and historical artifacts on display around the hotel.
The Peninsula Hong Kong features 10 floors of prime office space, shops and a range of hotel facilities, among them a swimming pool and Sun Terrace; state-of-the-art Fitness Centre; The Peninsula Spa; business centre; banquet and meeting rooms; and Felix, a rooftop restaurant with panoramic views of the city created by renowned French architect and designer Philippe Starck.
On the roof of the tower, twin helipads offer hotel guests quick and easy access by helicopter to the airport and destinations around the territory. This facility is served by a separate elevator and features The China Clipper, a private lounge with reception and communications centre.
Classic, contemporary chic arrives at The Peninsula Hong Kong, as this legend of the East redefines luxury once more.
Heralding the latest guest-focused technology and a new era of personalisation, the launch of the newly renovated guestrooms strengthen a design proposition that redefines the hotel as the city’s newest luxury property, while embracing its unparalleled heritage.
Accenting simplicity and elegance, the new rooms aesthetic melds the distinctive design touches and high-tech extras present in today’s luxury yachts, motorcars, and private jets, taking The Peninsula Hong Kong guest experience to a new level of comfort.
In the original building, five guest floors contain a total of 141 guest rooms and 27 suites, while the tower features 11 guest room floors comprising 105 guest rooms and 27 suites.
To the original guest rooms including the famous Marco Polo Suite, the tower has added a further 132 rooms and suites (including rooms with facilities for disabled guests), bringing the total to 300.
The tower benefits from the raising of the former height restriction on the Kowloon peninsula, thus all tower rooms and suites have wholly unobstructed views of either Hong Kong Island and Victoria Harbour to the south, or the city and mountain ranges of Kowloon to the north.
The Peninsula Hong Kong’s premier suite, The Peninsula Suite, is located on the 26th floor of the tower, and offers superb views of the harbour in the most spacious and luxurious setting.
Situated on top of the Peninsula Tower, the Suite has the most breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour from the double-height living room with floor-to-ceiling windows and the exclusive landscaped terrace.
Rich tones and sumptuous upholstery blend elegantly with the eclectic mix of contemporary and classically styled furnishings. Entertaining is effortless with a dedicated TV room featuring state-of-the-art entertainment systems, a 10-seat dining room with adjoining kitchen which allows guests to entertain in exceptional style complete with legendary Peninsula service.
A comfortable private living room, palatial bedrooms, bathrooms, a gym and a cinematic screening room are separated from the main living area by majestic double doors. Truly palatial, the 377 sq.m Peninsula Suite is unrivalled in its contemporary opulence.
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