The building took two years to build yet four years to restore to its former glory, in a meticulous process by teams of French master craftsmen utilising traditional techniques in use for hundreds of years.
There is no month quite like April in Japan. The dawning of spring is a visual treat, with showers of pink and white cherry blossoms (known as sakura) decorating riversides, parks and hills. The arrival of the cherry blossoms is fêted like no other natural phenomenon and April, when the colourful blossoms around Tokyo typically reach their peak, is one of the three most popular months to visit the Japanese capital.
A kaleidoscopic parade of brightly painted pachyderms has been spotted ambling majestically through The Peninsula Bangkok ever since 20 December 2014, and they will continue to be seen lending their upbeat elephantine attitude to the riverside ambiance until 31 March 2015.
The Peninsula Beijing celebrates the recent opening of The Peninsula Paris, toasting the milestone with “All Things French” activities throughout the month of August. Join us as we share the French spirit with an unveiling of a remarkable chocolate-made decadent dessert tower located in the Lobby.
As a part of the official IPW events, media could choose between a variety of tours that would feature a different aspect of Chicago. The Peninsula Chicago was selected to be a sweet destination on the “Sweet Home Chicago Treats Tour.”
The Peninsula New York is excited to unveil its newest rotation of “The Art Exhibition,” a curated private collection of artwork throughout the hotel’s lobby and Gotham Lounge. Featuring renowned contemporary artists, the exhibit is the result of a partnership with a private collector who has lent a rotating selection of artwork from his esteemed collection. Read More
Between October 23 and 25, Audemars Piguet, The Peninsula Beverly Hills and Forbes Travel Guide invite you to discover the world of haute horlogerie with an exclusive collection of timepieces from Audemars Piguet.
2014 is a particularly momentous year for The Peninsula Hong Kong, as it marks the 5-year milestone of the hotel's association with local charity The Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry.
The two-week show at The Rosamonde Aviation Lounge was curated by Guy Simard and Eve-Marie Bilodeau, proprietors of Galerie Simard Bilodeau in California and Montreal, and presented bronze sculptures and original paintings by acclaimed North American artists.