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Superbly situated near the Victoria Harbour’s waterfront in the fashionable Kowloon district of Tsim Sha Tsui, The Peninsula Hong Kong is the city’s oldest and most legendary hotel – often referred to as the “Grande Dame of the Far East”. The property debuted in 1928 in a beautiful six-story building. In 1994, an additional 30-story tower was added, which nearly doubled its accommodation inventory. While the hotel has long been a see-andbe-seen destination unto itself – with eight restaurants and lounges, a sweeping luxury shopping arcade, and a decadent spa – its location also offers easy access, via railway, ferry, or helicopter to Hong Kong’s myriad attractions.
The Peninsula Hong Kong’s 300 elegantly appointed guest rooms include 52 suites, as well as two palatial, ultra-luxurious suites: the 210-square-metre Marco Polo Suite, whose lavish wood-panelled rooms once housed the hotel’s original Presidential Suite; and the 377-square-metre Peninsula Suite, offering breathtaking harbour views from its private terrace and double-height windows.
The fitness-minded can enjoy both a spacious gym with state-of-the-art training equipment, and a stunning, Romanesque 18-metre indoor swimming pool with sweeping views over Victoria Harbour.
A dazzling sanctuary encompassing more than 1,100 square metres, The Peninsula Spa offers some of Hong Kong’s most luxurious and deeply personalised spa experiences. An array of Asian and European-inspired beauty and wellness therapies are offered here, in a collection of 14 serene treatment rooms.
The Peninsula Hong Kong has several distinctive restaurants which are among the city’s top dining and drinking destinations. Check out Gaddi’s, where Hong Kong’s glitterati have gathered to dine on sumptuous European fare, sip fine wines and cocktails, and enjoy nightly live music for over 65 years. There’s also The Verandah, which serves an array of sophisticated buffet-style dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea.
We love Chesa, a cosy, romantic space reminiscent of an alpine chalet – and one of the best Swiss restaurants in Hong Kong – which offers traditional favourites like fondue, raclette, and handmade sausages. If you’re looking for a Michelin-starred spot, dine at Spring Moon whose refined Cantonese cuisine, signature dim sum, and sleek atmospheric dining room have earned a prestigious Michelin star. Imasa, featuring all the culinary highlights of Japan – meticulously prepared sushi and sashimi, shabu shabu, tempura, sukiyaki – and warm, attentive service.
Felix, a chic, Philippe Starck designed space, offering modern European dishes, specialty cocktails, and unparalleled topfloor views of Hong Kong’s
harbour and skyline.
There is nothing more quintessentially iconic of Hong Kong than experiencing the acclaimed Peninsula Classic Afternoon Tea. Served daily in The Lobby, which has long been recognized as one of the most elegant meeting places in Hong Kong, this revered tradition is accompanied by The Lobby Strings, playing live daily. An à la carte menu showcasing authentic Continental and Southeast Asian delights is served throughout the day. One of Hong Kong’s most iconic meeting places, opulent colonial décor and live jazz music has set the scene for light bites and Classic Afternoon Tea for over 80 years.
Overlooking Victoria Harbor, this regal hotel, built in 1928, is a 5-minute walk from the Avenue of Stars waterfront promenade and 3 minutes' walk from the Hong Kong Space Museum.
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