The new Peninsula Tower is topped with a , one of only two private rooftop helipads in the territory. The decor of the rooms is in pared-down Oriental chic, with plain cream upholstery, vintage luggage-inspired drawer handles and Chinese ink painting-inspired ornaments. That being said, don't expect to show up here in your best athleisure outfits. The hotel has a fleet of chauffeured Rolls Royces for airport transfers and other transit needs. Children under 12 are not permitted, while guests between 12 and 17 years will not be served alcoholic drinks and must be accompanied by an adult over 18 years.
Archived from on 15 December 2006. Taking the helm at a brand-new cocktail station, Marko Petrovic brings cocktail prowess perfected over years of experience in Dubai and Doha to craft stunning, delicious creations. It's a bit of a gamble, but I'm sure you can request to sit in particular areas at time of booking. Omelet with a side of bacon The all you can eat breakfast is really representative of the multicultural city that Hong Kong is. Guests can also stay in shape at the fitness centre, or get professional services at the business centre. My absolute favorite part of staying at the Peninsula was the thoughtful use of technology at every turn. The hotel today is part of the group headed by Sir , is the flagship property of group.
Adding to the atmosphere of relaxed sophistication, a duo of classic pianist and jazz singer perform nightly except Mondays. Don't expect too much on their cocktails. Steamed pork, shrimp and garlic chive dumplings 4. It's dark, plush, art-deco France meets Chinese chic. The black marble topped bar counter features a leather padded front , with plush black leather bar stools to comfortably accommodate patrons at the bar. This was my last meal in Hong Kong and it did not disappoint!!! The Peninsula had a special kind of grandeur though, which made it feel distinct. I was out of ammunition.
I had heard great things about the breakfast buffet and was eager to try it out for myself. The redevelopment increased the total number of rooms to 300 with the addition of 132 rooms and suites. I would have hoped for better given the price tag, but alas no. Tell me in the comments below! Designer Philippe Starck designed a one-of-kind view experience. Benefits are only applied at checkout and expire at checkout.
My tracers ripped into the shining plateglass of the penthouses on its top, and I saw the broken windows cascade like snow to the streets, many floors below. Breakfast is great and Cantonese restaurant for dinner is excellent — 1 star Michelin. Expect a blend of sober dark hues alongside shades of tan, white, and cream, plus subtle floral accents and silks. Although this moden Chinese restaurant recently lost its Michelin star, it still serves fantastic cuisine to match the views and ambiance. Whether you want to impress or indulge yourself — this is the place to kick off a Friday or Saturday night. Whilst most lofty bars on the island specialise in gorgeous views, fancy seating and provide an altogether more refined vibe, Fu Lu Shou Bar presents a far more laidback scene.
Available for Platinum Charge Card Members and Centurion ® Members only, and excludes Platinum Credit Card Members such as Platinum Delta SkyMiles ® Card Members who are not also Platinum Charge Card Members. My expectations were high since the restaurant is located on the second floor of the Peninsula Hotel. Pan-fried bean cured skin rolls 5. If you've been to some old school jazz bars in Shanghai then you are familiar with the particular ambiance these type of places give off! The famous hotel itself also lives up to its reputation. Depending on which table you have managed to reserve, booking is nearly always essential here, you may find yourself either sitting on the tallest spiky stool, or the most comfortable and luxurious sofa. Stepping inside, the vibe is lively and grand -- ceilings soar, authentic Botero sculptures and paintings line the floors and walls, and packs of guests, tourists, and locals sip tea and clink glasses all around. The dining options includes one of the best French restaurants in Asia, Gaddi's; a memorable dining experience at Felix; traditional Japanese cuisine, Imasa; and authentic Cantonese restaurant, Spring Moon.
The interior is well-lit and held in light white colors. Grab a drink, soak in the music and relax! Day view from the Restaurant at the Felix Bar For all the gentlemen out there: Definitely take your time and check out the wash-room. There is also nightly entertainment. Buffet, Japanese, and Swiss restaurants are also part of the mix. The main bar area surrounds a stage and small dance floor, and has a number of private alcoves jutting off in all directions. Omelet with a side of bacon The all you can eat breakfast is really representative of the multicultural city that Hong Kong is. We want you to be aware that certain suppliers pay us commissions and other incentives for reaching sales targets or other goals, and may also provide incentives to our travel counselors.
Tables are generously spaced across the floor, and the avant-garde theme extends to details such as the tableware which feature signature Starck pieces such as cheese graters and corkscrews. This is carefully nurtured old-school luxury overlaid with a lively air of metropolitan glamour. For a memorable stay, the hotel offers transfers by Rolls-Royce between the hotel and Hong Kong International Airport. Squarely placed in the middle of Tsim Sha Tsui and presiding — as the name suggests — over the tip of mainland China, it can sometimes feel as if everyone across the border has simultaneously descended into the streets outside. My expectations were high since the restaurant is located on the second floor of the Peninsula Hotel.
There are plenty of seats on any given weeknight though I do suggest making reservations just in case it is booked out. In this instance, complimentary Wi-Fi will be provided in a common space on property. The Peninsula is currently the only hotel in Hong Kong with its own helicopter pad, and shuttles to the airport as well as private aerial tours of Hong Kong are available. In addition, they had abalone a famous chinese delicacy and lobster tail! After a great breakfast I made my way out of the restaurant, walked down the stairs, and went out to enjoy humid lovely Hong Kong. Yes, the prices are very steep it is The Peninsula after all but you're paying more for the environment and brownie points if you're on a date.
The circular marble bar counter and lounge seating of The American Bar Communal table at The American Bar Looking down on the restaurant from The American Bar The main restaurant is an opulent space- with towering bronze sheaved pillars prominent at each end of the room, and the full glass walls on both sides filling the room with alternatively daylight, and the spectacular nighttime lights of the Hong Kong and Kowloon office towers. Food was even better than expectations. There is also nightly entertainment. World-record holding Australian helicopter pilot , accompanied by Director-General Peter K N Lok of the Civil Aviation Department, piloted the inaugural certifying helicopter flight onto the helipad in 1994. The technology truly enhanced my experience.