Our trip to China went beyond our expectations. We hesitate to say it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience - we will travel with Remote Lands again and look forward to those new, exclusive adventures
Mark & Lee - Austin, TX

The Peninsula Hong Kong

Why We Love This Hotel :

History: Constructed in 1928, at the height of British power and influence over the Far East, the Peninsula Hong Kong is an evocative, landmark hotel that is a prime example of British colonial architecture.

Location: Because of its location, the Peninsula offers prime views of nearby Victoria Harbour and the skyline of Hong Kong Island; in addition, it sits within walking distance to prime shopping and sights, particularly the landmark Star Ferry.

Tradition: One of its signature experiences is afternoon tea in its grand Lobby, a splendid relic of Hong Kong's colonial past.


With a heavenly spa, a well-equipped fitness center, healthy eating options at every restaurant, as well as a pool, sauna, and steam room, it’s safe to say there is a strong focus on guests’ well-being at The Peninsula Hong Kong. An extensive shopping arcade is also provided, as are a business center and large function rooms.


The Peninsula boasts a well-equipped gym with weights, exercise machines, and personal trainers.  Guests can work out while simultaneously enjoying panoramic views of the harbor and Hong Kong Island.

Healthy Eating

Peninsula’s ‘Naturally Light’ menu is available in restaurants and for room service, which offers well-balanced and healthy meals and drinks. There is also a Guest Nutrition Adviser, who can advise guests on food and sustaining a healthy, well-balanced lifestyle.


An extensive shopping arcade with a number of well-heeled, comprehensive shops and stores, from international retailers such as Bvlgari and Michael Kors to local upscale establishments like jewelry retailer Shun Tak Tong. 


The Spa at the Peninsula boasts a wide array of European, Asian, and Ayurvedic treatments to renew the mind, body, and soul.  The spa itself was designed by leading architect Henry Leung, and combines traditional Chinese elegance with views of Victoria Harbor.  Located on the seventh floor, the Spa at the Peninsula is a welcome, luxurious retreat from the frenetic pace of Hong Kong's lively streets.

Swimming Pool

The Peninsula's pool is an indoor, Roman-style swimming pool.  It is also equipped with a sauna, steam room, sun terrace, and adjacent bar.

Venue Rooms

The Peninsula also hosts a number of large, multi-purpose function rooms and a business center.


The Peninsula’s eight restaurants, with their soaring culinary standards, have made the hotel a must-visit for foodies worldwide. Cheese lovers will find their Mecca at Chesa, while fine French connoisseurs will be wowed by the imported delicacies from France at Gaddi’s. The restaurants have all done an impeccable job of combining gastronomic excellence with atmospheric elegance, each restaurant evoking a strong sense of place to match its cuisine.


For those who love cheese, head to Chesa. Chesa has been entertaining diners in Hong Kong for over 40 years, the charming restaurant has an Alpine lodge style and serves a range of Swiss dishes. Make sure to try the fondue specialty containing melted Emmentaler, Appenzeller and Gruyère cheese. 


Felix is set in the swish lobby area with astounding views of the twinkling harbor at night and serves European cuisine. Signature dishes include crab salad and red tuna roll, lobster consommé with herbs croquette and grilled kurobuta pork belly with lemon seaweed broth. The tables are laid with crisp white linen and silver cutlery.


Savor refined French dining to the sounds of a live chamber orchestra. Expect to see high quality ingredients straight from France, including pigeon, foie gras and black truffle, all paired with fine wines from across the world. The grand restaurant is decorated with chandeliers and a sumptuous gold carpet, serves special meals at the chef’s table in the kitchen, as well as a reasonably priced lunch set.


Imasa specializes in Japanese cuisine. Expect to find sashimi, sushi, and other mouth-watering dishes from the Land of the Rising Sun, prepared fresh in front of your eyes by skilled chefs.

Salon de Ning

Transport yourself to a glamorous, 1930’s style Oriental lounge bar with indoor and outdoor seating areas. The elegant, classy bar is loaded with Shanghai chic and numerous travel relics from across the globe. The bar boasts its own brand of rose champagne, and also offers a variety of signature cocktails - all accompanied by the latest in contemporary music.

Spring Moon

Styled in the image of a Shanghai mansion of the 1920s, Spring Moon is adorned with Oriental rugs, heavy dark wooden furniture and art deco motifs - recalling the splendor of a golden era. This sumptuous eatery presents classic Cantonese and Chinese cuisine, with specialties ranging from Peking duck and dim sum to osmanthus pigeon. Look out for the specialty Chinese teas that can be paired to compliment your Cantonese banquet.

The Bar

The Bar is a cozy, wood-paneled bar serving specially crafted cocktails, wines, beers, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks. Enjoy one of The Bar’s rare whiskies or a vintage Armagnac whilst listening to live music and soaking in the ambience of a bygone era.

The Lobby

Visit The Lobby for afternoon tea or a sweet pic-me-up treat. The Lobby is set in the hotel’s main entrance under the historic property’s neo-classical arch ways.

The Pool Terrace

The exclusive, guest-only Pool Terrace provides swimmers, sunbathers and general loungers with refreshing, alfresco drinks and snacks. 

The Verandah

Recently renovated, the Verandah is an elegant, airy, and modern space.  Decorated with fresh, colorful flowers, the Verandah serves buffets at breakfast, lunch, and dinner; its offerings include a variety of quality seafood, roasted meats, cheeses, and decadent desserts.



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