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Guests of The Peninsula have access to the hotel's fleet of 14 Rolls-Royces. One of the Rolls-Royce Phantoms can be booked for airport transfers or for an extravagant drive around town. Full review →
Legendary and exceptionally serviced landmark hotel near the Kowloon waterfront, overlooking Victoria Harbour. Full review →
Like a throne commanding the harbor of Hong Kong, this hotel occupies a unique place in the world. Its august rooms sit atop the best real estate in a charmed city.
We'll come right out and say it: The Peninsula is one of the finest hotels in the world, and has been since 1928.
This neoclassical building with a modern tower near the Star Ferry terminal in Kowloon is "a hallmark of class from days gone by." Full review →
The Peninsula blends marble-clad opulence and old world colonial charm while its modern rooms offer unrivalled harbour views.
Even in a city with so many world-class hotels, the Peninsula manages to stand apart from the rest, an oasis of old-world glamour. Full review →
You know you’re somewhere special when pillbox-hatted page boys politely whisk open double-front doors to reveal an airy lobby with soaring ceilings. Full review →
This is Hong Kong's most famous hotel, the place to stay if you have a penchant for the historical. Full review →
Living up to its name as one of the best hotels in Hong Kong. Full review →
Perched on the harbor in Kowloon near the famed Star Ferry Terminal, this Deco-era hotel...got a tech-y upgrade a few years ago with state-of-the-art TVs and touch-screen in-room lighting systems. Full review →Ask for a harbor suite for prime views of brightly lit Hong Kong Island.
This, the grand old dame of Hong Kong’s hospitality business, has been a byword for impeccable service and colonial-style grandeur since 1928. Full review →
Lording it over the southern tip of Kowloon, Hong Kong’s finest hotel evokes colonial elegance. Full review →
The iconic lobby remains the place for afternoon tea: the spa boasts a Roman-style pool and a host of dining choices range from the modern to the traditional.
"Kowloon-side 300-room colonial-era landmark that opened in 1928. Lobby is heavily touristed, with lines for high tea on the weekends; top-floor bar and restaurant have stunning views,... Full review →
The vibe is very upscale... the location in the touristy Tsim Sha Tsui neighborhood, near designer shopping and Victoria Harbour, is very convenient. Full review →
Possibly the grandest hotel in Hong Kong, the Peninsula has been putting visitors up in unrivalled style since the late 1920s.
The Peninsula Hong Kong is one of the world's best hotels Full review →Those doing business on the Hong Kong side or who prefer to avoid the onslaught of Kowloon shoppers may prefer the equally excellent but less grand Four Seasons and Mandarin Oriental on Hong Kong Island.
The Pen, established in 1928, is the Grand Old Lady of Hong Kong hotels. Full review →
Although certain kinds of travelers (especially lovers of sleek, high-tech minimalism) may find the Peninsula too old-world, there’s no denying it’s a serious class act. Full review →
The Peninsula in Hong Kong has long been regarded as the legendary ‘Grande Dame of the Far East’. Full review →With eight restaurant and bars, including a French fine dining restaurant which opened in 1953 (the first in Asia), an extensive shopping arcade, in which many international brands first launched, a tranquil spa and swimming pool, there’s a lot to keep you busy, and if you are not unwinding in your room enjoying the views, then make sure you take a spin in one of the hotel’s 14 Rolls Royce Phantoms, which are painted the distinct Peninsula Green.
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