The Peninsula Spa and Wellness Centre, opening in November, will offer a diverse array of relaxation and well-being choices – including an extensive menu of mind-body therapies, a results-driven wellness program, a fully equipped fitness studio, and an 82-foot indoor swimming pool. For guests who enjoy high-end shopping, the hotel’s ground-floor retail arcade entices with nine luxury boutiques, including Asprey London, DMR – David M Robinson Jewellery and Watches, Mouawad, and Moussaieff Diamonds, opening before Christmas.
Also available from November, the hotel’s unique event venues make an indelible impression. The grandest space, the St. George Ballroom, offers two elevators large enough for motorcars and can accommodate up to 450 banquet guests. Other options include a collection of refined and configurable conference rooms, ranging from spacious to intimate, and a plush private cinema for film screenings for up to 15 guests. All venues are equipped with state-of-the-art technology to ensure seamless functionality and include the attentive service of the hotel’s special event team.
In December, three signature suites enjoy sweeping private balconies and terraces and will make for splendid venues for special-occasion gatherings. The Peninsula Suite, the hotel’s most opulent, includes a private screening room and fitness centre.
As with all Peninsula properties, this one also offers guests superb comfort and flawless attention to detail that is synonymous with the brand. Whether via in-room amenities and technology, inspiring, destination-specific arts programs and cultural experiences, or global proprietary services like Peninsula Time (fully flexible check-in and check-out) and PenChat (access to a 24-hour digital concierge), the hotel exemplifies The Peninsula’s enduring commitment to its guests and the larger community.
All Things British
In tandem with the opening of The Peninsula London, The Peninsula will welcome guests at all its hotels to enjoy a taste of British culture with a series of special amenities and menus. Morning diners at the hotels’ signature Lobby restaurants can choose from various favourite British breakfast dishes – such as Kedgeree and fully cooked English Breakfast. Overnight guests will also be treated to a delicious selection of English toffee and handmade fudge as turn-down amenities in every Peninsula room and suite. Peninsula guests can also opt for a British Afternoon Tea featuring classic British dishes such as Coronation Chicken Sandwich, Eton Mess Roulade and Trifle.