Building on its 90 years as a global beacon of hospitality, 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 stay at the hotel 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.
90Years of Excellence
The Peninsula is Hong Kong's oldest hotel and one of the oldest in Asia, having opened on 11 December 1928.
A Dining Revolution
Once an open terrace, The Verandah was enclosed in 1950. It also served Hong Kong's first ever buffet.
The Peninsula's Lobby had the world's first city check-in counter for airlines.
The Perfect LOCATION
The Peninsula Hong Kong
Rolls Royce Helicopter airport transfer are available for hire, to learn more please click hereHotel Address in Chinese
|Telephone||+852 2920 2888|
|Airport Distance||33.9 km / 21.06 miles|
|Nearby||Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong Space Museum, Star Ferry Terminal, Harbour City Shopping Centre|
Journeys of Peninsula: Luxury Peninsula Moments by Land and Sea | The Peninsula Hong Kong
Marvel at the scenic majesty of Hong Kong - from the air, land and sea. The hotel's bespoke helicopter is waiting to take you on a VIP adventure with the most spectacular views. Once transferred to a luxury yacht, a perfectly secluded bay will provide the ultimate setting to enjoy a true Peninsula feast.
Hong Kong's Traditions Well Served: A Revival of Disappearing Arts and Crafts | The Peninsula Hong Kong
Hidden among the city’s skyscrapers and behind its crowded window displays remain vestiges of the finest traditional Hong Kong craftsmanship and the city’s golden era of manufacturing. The programme seeks out the artisans of the city’s disappearing crafts and takes you on a journey of discovery to meet them.Learn More
An Art Dialogue with Hong Kong: Insights into The Contemporary Art Scene
Travel in a chauffeured MINI Clubman and come face-to-face with artists in residence. See Hong Kong’s working artists and gain insights into the city’s creative art spaces through conversations with the artists in situ.Learn More
A Little Pastry Chef's Adventure: Magical Children's Cooking Classes | The Peninsula Hong Kong
When it comes to Peninsula Academy children's classes, it's all about fun and education. This is certainly the case with the "A Little Pastry Chef's Adventure" programme, which is aimed at youngsters between 4 and 10 years of age. The two-hour long programme will add colour, creativity and amusement to your child's stay - and at the end of the class, provide some treasured goodies to take home.
A Gastronome's Joy: The Dim Sum Making Journey | The Peninsula Hong Kong
The Peninsula Hong Kong's dim sum kitchen is one of the most revered in the world. Don't leave without learning to make dim sum, one of Hong Kong's most popular dishes. Dim sum - meaning "to touch the heart" - gets its name from the fact that it used to be a snack, rather than a meal to languish over, in order to provide a little taste without being filling.
The UNESCO Geopark Helicopter Tour: An Unparalleled Geological Journey | The Peninsula Hong Kong
Fly on this spectacular cultural adventure in true Peninsula style. The Peninsula Academy takes you up in the air to view Hong Kong's breathtaking UNESCO Hong Kong Geopark from the sky. This programme, with an expert tour guide, offers the rare opportunity to observe and learn about the history and distinctive characteristics of this special area.
A Mastery of Movement: A Mastery of Movement: Discover the Shao Lin Way | The Peninsula Hong Kong
Shao Lin Wushu remains one of the oldest, most venerated forms of Chinese martial arts. Developed in the renowned Shao Lin Monastery in China’s Henan province, the history of Shao Lin Wushu and its legendary warrior monks can be traced back over 2,000 years.Learn More
Time-honoured Art: Let the Lanterns Light the Way | The Peninsula Hong Kong
Lanterns have long been an important symbol of reunion in Hong Kong, as these glowing emblems are iconic to a number of cultural festivities and celebrations. Every year during the Mid-Autumn, and most notably, the Spring Lantern Festival, children and adults alike gather to set colourful lanterns aglow.Learn More
Al Fresco Adventure: A Gastronomic Discovery of Hong Kong’s Green Spaces | The Peninsula Hong Kong
Engage the senses with The Peninsula Picnic – a brand new initiative that celebrates delectable feasting with a touch of art among the city's verdant landscapes. This exciting experience will lead Peninsula guests to Hong Kong’s urban green spaces paired with a gourmet picnic, packed with care by the hotel’s skilled chefs.Learn More
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