Hotel

The Peninsula, Hong Kong

The Peninsula, Hong Kong

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1848 Reviews
Guide Price £1,629 per person
Based on 05 March 19 departure from London Heathrow flying with Cathay Pacific, staying for 5 nights room only in a Deluxe Room (2 adults sharing) including return transfers.
Our guide price gives you an idea of how much to budget for a stay at this hotel. The price will vary based on exchange rates, and your choice of room type, departure date, airline and cabin class, and any additional extras you’d like to add to your holiday.

Known as the Grande Dame of the Far East

Since it first opened its doors in 1928, The Peninsula has remained the most famous and prestigious luxury hotel in Hong Kong. She is majestic in style and reminiscent of a bygone era from the golden age of travel. Superbly located on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront - overlooking the vibrant Victoria Harbour, the views across to Hong Kong Island are magnificent and many attractions within easy reach.

The guest rooms offer classical grandeur and timeless elegance with European and subtle Oriental influences.

Afternoon tea at The Peninsula is a Hong Kong institution, and a wonderful way to take in the gilded, columned lobby and it’s oh so glamorous clientele. 

  • Harbourfront location - close to The Star Ferry
  • European Elegance with subtle Oriental influences
  • Recently renovated rooms
  • The Peninsula Spa

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

Indulgent

Location Type

City centre

Main Facilities

  • Fitness facilities
  • Indoor pool
  • Spa facilities
  • Weddings
  • Wifi

Accommodation Type

  • Iconic
  • Luxury Collection

Board Basis Options

  • Bed & Breakfast
Location Highlights

The Peninsula, Hong Kong

  • City centre
  • approx. 30 minutes from Hong Kong Airport.
1848 Reviews 96% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1516
  • Very Good 229
  • Average 60
  • Poor 23
  • Terrible 20

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Jul 19, 2018

Classic and Expensive

Peninsula is one of those hotels with such high reputation that once you step in (whether or not is your personal biases playing around) you feel it - the floors are different, the people are different, and of course, the offerings are different. Subjectively speaking: I love their classical live band (they have it in their lobby lounge and a piano in the bar). It makes you feel like royalty, and its not a bad way to spend your money at all. I also love their white uniforms, oriental tea pots in room and the fact that they have a piano room (GRAND PIANO; however its a little out of tune) in an exclusive looking lounge !! (which other hotels have this?) Also the fact that they don't really advertise this - makes it a whole lot more special! Objectively speaking: To be honest, you can get similar offerings in terms of room quality, location and all these other factors elsewhere with a significantly lower price. Hotel ICON is one example. The rooms aren't large (smaller than new world millennium actually) but I have to mention their amenities are exceptional. Peninsula is one of Hong Kong's icon and it will be, for a long time. Recommend to try their bar and walk around the property a little bit.
Jul 15, 2018

STILL THE BEST AROIUND

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

It has been a few years since my last stay here and things only get better. From the minute we were collected from the airport in the green Phantom till when we left it was all perfect. The rooms are state of the art in in perfect order. We used the pool and the staff were most attentive with water all the time etc. This place is a real treat to stay in and although in the 21st Century it has not lost any of it's traditional charm. We ate in the Buffet which is an amazing eating experience and as good as you will find anywhere. Only drawback is that this is a super expensive place to stay and eat and is not for the faint hearted.
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The Peninsula, Hong Kong

Facilities

Swimming Pool

Located on the 8th floor, the hotel’s indoor swimming pool offers guests panoramic views of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline through floor-to-ceiling windows.

The Peninsula Spa

Leave the world behind as you enter that spectacular Peninsula Spa. With Zen-like décor of green bamboo, textured granite and twinkling candles – a visit here will soothe and restore you. There are 14 stylish treatment rooms designed in collaboration with ESPA – where lighting, temperature and music selection will be adjusted to your preference. Expert therapists will ensure you completely de-stress with an extensive list of blissful treatments. Make sure you allow enough time in your visit to enjoy the crystal steam room, Thermal suite and sauna – before some lounging time in the relaxation area where you will be treated to stunning views of Victoria harbour.

Fitness Centre

The Peninsula‘s state-of-the-art Fitness Centre makes it a joy for guests to maintain personal goals and fitness routines while away from home.

The Peninsula Acadamy

The hotels newly launched “Lifestyle Academy” offers you the opportunity to learn from the experts about a range of subjects – designed to provide a cultural Hong Kong experience. Options include a helicopter tour of the UNESCO Geoparks, a journey into the city’s art scene, style sessions with a personal shopper, caviar connoisseurship, and dim sum cooking lessons. For younger guests there is a delightful “Little Pastry Chef Adventure” where children aged between 4-10 years can spend 2 hours creating delicious treats.

The Peninsula, Hong Kong

Room Types

Deluxe Room

The Spacious Deluxe Rooms offer refined contemporary accommodation, has a mix of natural relaxing tones. Located on three sides of the original building, views are of the vibrant and colourful shopping streets below.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Hairdryer
  • In Room WiFi
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Minibar
  • Safe
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Separate Shower
  • Tea & Coffee Facilities
  • Telephone
  • Towels included
  • TV

Grand Deluxe Room

The Grand Deluxe Rooms are located in the Tower between floors 17 and 27, ensuring spectacular views over the Kowloon cityscape. Furnished with elegant interiors, and equipped with the latest audio-visual technology, your stay is guaranteed to be comfortable and welcoming.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Hairdryer
  • In Room WiFi
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Minibar
  • Safe
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Separate Shower
  • Tea & Coffee Facilities
  • Telephone
  • Towels included
  • TV
The Peninsula, Hong Kong

Food & Drink

The Bar

Richly muted, panelled walls and club-style seating, accompanied by a jazz pianist, lend an ambiance of warm, understated elegance to The Bar. The Bar is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a quintessential Martini, accompanied by the sounds of authentic resident jazz pianist.

View from Victoria Peak

Felix

Located on the 28th floor of The Peninsula tower, Felix is a first class dining experience serving Modern European cuisine made with the freshest seasonal ingredients, the restaurant offers breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Other unique venues within Felix include the Wine Bar, the Balcony, the American Bar and the Crazy Box.

The Lobby

Afternoon tea at The Peninsula is a high society event where people go to see and be seen. Served daily in the palatial Lobby with live classical music this is a tradition worth trying when in the city.

Gaddi's

Regarded as one of the finest and most elegant restaurants in Hong Kong, Gaddis offers exquisite modern French cuisine, and a magnificent wine list. Lunches are a more relaxed affair whereas dinner has a definite sense of occasion – celebrating a past era of gilded opulence, shiny polished silver and white gloved service.

Spring Moon

Spring Moon received its first one Michelin Star in 2016 and offers luxurious dim sum experience with exceptional service. Reminiscent of a 1920’s style Shanghai Mansion with dark woods and oriental rugs, the presentations and the tastes are breath taking, which is why the restaurant consistently ranks in the top 10 of dining experiences in Hong Kong.

Chesa

Chesa is designed to look like a charming Swiss chalet complete with dark wood, dim lighting and Alpine paintings and knick-knacks. The a-la-carte menu features some classic Swiss dishes like the traditional Swiss fondue, rösti and raclette – comforting mountain food.

The Verandah

The Verandah offers a fine dining buffet concept in colonial surroundings. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner – this elaborate buffet has anything and everything is available, from Chinese delicacies to Italian cured meats and French cheeses. I was happy to enjoy a simpler selection of the flaky pastries, fresh juices and strong coffee. The food is presented in such a pretty way that you will want to try everything to see if it tastes as good as it looks.

Imasa - Japanese Restaurant

Dinner at Imasa is a relaxed affair, with a warm and welcoming décor which encourages you take your time and linger. The restaurant offers a themed buffet which represents tremendous value for money. For guests who would prefer al la carte, there is an extensive menu to choose from – and will all be served with meticulous attention to detail. .

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