The Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong is one of the oldest and finest luxury hotels in Hong Kong and the world. Since opening in 1928, the hotel has earned many nicknames, including "The Grande Dame of the Far East" and "The Finest Hotel East of Suez".
The hotel features a combination of colonial and modern architecture (courtesy of its 1994 expansion) and is an awe-inspiring landmark at the junction of Nathan Road and Salisbury Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.
Its interior is not to be outdone, featuring classic elegance unrivaled by other hotels in the world. Its rooms and suites are some of the most spacious in the world, ranging from about 450 square feet for the standard accommodation to the grand 4,000 square foot Peninsula Suite, located on the 26th floor.
Matched with fine service and modern and state-of-the-art facilities, a stay in the Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong is luxury at its finest.
The hotel boasts of some the most exquisite food and beverage establishments in the city including Gaddi's (French), the Philippe Starck-designed Felix, Spring Moon (Cantonese), Imasa (Japanese) and Chesa (Swiss). The Lobby serves traditional English-style Afternoon Tea, reminiscent of Hong Kong's colonial era.
The hotel's fashion arcade, one of the oldest in Hong Kong, houses international fashion labels such as Chanel, Dior, Hermès, Gucci, Prada, Shiatzy Chen, Louis Vuitton and Cartier.
Other amenities include a Roman-style swimming pool, a rooftop restaurant with panoramic views, a sun terrace that overlooks Victoria Harbour, a modern fitness center, a fully-equipped business center, a salon, several banquet and meeting halls, and twin helipads on the roof.
The Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong is also known for its fleet of 14 long wheelbase Rolls-Royce Phantoms painted in the hotel's signature green. The fleet is used to transport guests in style to various locations throughout the city.
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