The Peninsula Hong Kong

‘Glamour and Elegance Defined’

The Peninsula Hong Kong was first built in 1928 and adopts the title of the “Grande Dame of the Far East”. The hotel exudes classical grandeur and combines warm hospitality with modern comfort and sophistication. Contemporary rooms and suites are spread across the original 1928 building and a separate 30-storey tower; each appointed with sleek furnishings and ultra-modern amenities such as interactive bedside panels and 3D internet TVs. 6 different dining venues are on offer to guests and serve cuisine ranging from delicious Cantonese specialities and Japanese dishes to tasty European favourites. Great shopping can be found at the hotel’s boutique-filled arcade, whilst an excellent location in the heart of Kowloon’s shopping and dining district provides further options. Other fantastic facilities include an indulgent spa and 60-foot indoor swimming pool overlooking panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong’s skyline.

In Our Opinion

‘Filled to the brim with tradition and authenticity, this hotel is the ideal place to start your exploration of Hong Kong in style’

Spring Moon
Serving delicious Cantonese specialities including a selection of seafood and dim sum; dishes include steamed crystal shrimp dumplings with spider crab legs, baked crispy buns with minced Wagyu beef, onions and black pepper or siu mai with scallops and wild mushrooms.
One of the first fine restaurants in the east to serve European cuisine; Gaddi’s has been a popular dining venue for over 60 years and hosts an elegant dining room with grand furnishings and a sophisticated ambience. Children are only allowed to dine here at certain times.
Situated on the 28th floor of the Peninsula tower; Felix serves exquisite modern European cuisine using the freshest seasonal ingredients and is accompanied by magnificent views of the Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong’s skyline.  Other venues within the restaurant include the Wine Bar, Balcony, American Bar and the Crazy Box.
This Alpine-style, chalet dining venue has been a popular destination for generations and offers a cosy, relaxed setting in which to enjoy tasty treats. Offerings include delicious raclette and cheese fondue as well as Swiss favourites such as veal “Zurichoise” – hand-made sausages with rosti and Spätzle.
The Verandah
Originally opened in 1933, this cool and refined restaurant was one of the first in Hong Kong to produce a fine buffet concept. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it also offers an array of cakes and sandwiches in the afternoon.
The Lobby
Peninsula Classic Afternoon Tea is served daily here and accompanied by live music by The Lobby Strings. An a la carte menu features authentic south-east Asian delights and can be ordered off throughout the day.
Japanese themed restaurant serving delicious sushi and sashimi using the highest attention to detail and freshest ingredients which are imported daily. Dedicated staff are on hand to guide you through a traditional yet contemporary menu.
Salon de Ning
This sophisticated, chic, underground lounge reflects the glamour and style of 1930’s Shanghai. Art Deco interior is combined with Chinese and international influences and results in the perfect place to chill out, enjoy a cocktail and delight in great live entertainment.
The Bar
This warm, elegant bar offers the perfect place to unwind with a cocktail or whisky whilst listening to the soothing sounds of the jazz pianist Pierre Eugene.

• 60-foot indoor pool
• Sun terrace
• Cooking classes
• Helicopter tour

• Health club
• Business centre
• Peninsula shopping arcade
• Childcare services
• Rolls Royce transportation

The Peninsula Spa

Indulge in ultimate relaxation at this spa which is appointed with traditional Chinese elements and warm tones of marble, rustic woods and textured granite. Set over 114sqm; it features 14 treatment rooms, men’s and women’s relaxation rooms, hammam-style steam rooms, saunas, aromatherapy showers and two exclusive “spas within a spa” which are perfect for couple’s treatments. 

Sophisticated and elegant, this hotel in Hong Kong makes the perfect place for a romantic city retreat.

Honeymoon offer includes:
• Fresh fruit basket
• Bouquet of flowers
• Bottle of chilled Champagne
• Gift voucher worth HK $300 for the spa

Cost: Complimentary. Minimum stay applies.

Subject to availability.
Honeymoon request must appear on reservation.
Copy of wedding certificate may be required as proof.


The Peninsula Hong Kong is situated in the busy Tsim Sha Tsui and overlooks the Victoria Harbour. The Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Museum of Art and Space Museum are located adjacent to the hotel and a number of other attractions are also nearby.

Nearby attractions include:
• Hong Kong Cultural Centre
• Museum of Art
• Space Museum