Live the suite life at The Peninsula

The Peninsula Hong Kong offers Rolls-Royce transfers

Over the summer, The Peninsula Hong Kong, on Kowloon, invites guests to live the suite life, enhanced by a fantastic assortment of benefits to sweeten the experience.

Guests checking into a suite at the hotel from May 15 to September 15 will enjoy a complimentary second night, according to a statement on the hotel’s website. A deluxe suite costs HK$7500 ($958.4), a Superior Harbour View suite costs HK$9000, while a Grand Deluxe Harbour View suite costs HK$15,000.
The diverse range of suites at The Peninsula Hong Kong are the most spacious and luxurious in the city, while a range of exclusive services and benefits included in the rack rates offer great savings.
“Today's affluent travellers are more savvy than ever before, and they want the best in product and value,” said Peter Borer, chief operating officer of The Peninsula Hotels. “When they think of The Peninsula, they should think of the legendary service, the luxury of being driven to and from the airport in a Rolls-Royce, outstanding culinary offerings, and all the added benefits that comprise the Suite Experience.”
Benefits include round-trip airport transfers by Rolls-Royce, daily breakfast for two persons, unlimited mini bar consumption, a set dinner for two in The Peninsula restaurant of the guests’ choice, including unlimited non-alcoholic soft drinks, juices, mineral water, tea and coffee (except Imasa and room service) once per stay, late check-out until 4pm (subject to availability.
All rates are subject to service charges and government taxes and are commissionable at 10 per cent to bonafide travel agents. Offers are subject to availability.
The Peninsula is Hong Kong’s oldest hotel built in 1928. Designed as ‘the finest hotel east of the Suez’, the clientele has little changed from its early days when it catered to ‘the rich, the famous, the titled and the tycoon’ who seek its unsurpassed luxury and discreet yet personal welcome. In 1994 the Peninsula added a 30 storey tower to the original building to provide a total of 300 rooms and suites, a spa, swimming pool and sun terrace, health club. The hotel's pièce de résistance is twin helipads on the tower roof that offer guests quick and discreet helicopter access to the airport and other nearby destinations. A separate elevator gives extra privacy for VIP guests staying at the luxurious Peninsula Suite and adjacent suites.