The Peninsula Hotels announced the reopening of its New York City hotel – a heritage property that has hosted discerning world travelers since 1988. In celebration of its guests return, the hotel is unveiling a series of new art, culinary, and wellness experiences for visitors.
The Peninsula Hotels announced the reopening of its New York City hotel – a heritage property that has hosted discerning world travelers since 1988. In celebration of its guests’ return, the hotel is unveiling a series of new art, culinary, and wellness experiences for visitors.
Occupying one of the most prestigious addresses in Manhattan, just steps from Central Park along the cultural nexus of Fifth Avenue, The Peninsula New York marks its reopening today with a dynamic new art installation, Life en Route. The exhibit, which includes multimedia works from a group of renowned international artists, immerses viewers in the sensory pleasures of travel and cross-cultural experiences. Several of the works on display will be available for sale to benefit The Peninsula New York’s cultural partners. The hotel will also host Dutch neo-expressionist painter Peter Riezebos this summer as part of the group’s global Art in Resonance program. While he is in residence in one of the hotel’s suites, guests can visit with Mr. Riezebos and watch as he creates artwork especially inspired by the city of New York.
Two exclusive promotions will also be available for guests returning to The Peninsula New York. The Rediscover Manhattan offer (starting at $745 per night) includes daily breakfast, complimentary parking, and tickets to a distinctively New York cultural experience such as Top of the Rock or The Museum of Modern Art. The Suite Escape offer (starting at $1,945) includes daily breakfast, a New York-themed welcome amenity, and complimentary parking or roundtrip airport transfer in the hotel’s Mercedes S500 sedan.
Revel in the return of iconic city views and a bubbly party atmosphere by joining Salon de Ning’s rooftop to enjoy the tunes of the hotel’s DJ series: guests will be able to take in New York City’s famed skyline while enjoying tunes curated by top female DJs every Thursday night through July.
The Peninsula Chicago is commemorating its 20th anniversary this June as an acclaimed Windy City landmark. In honor of its vicennial, the hotel is debuting three special offers for guests who appreciate its gracious Far East-meets-Midwest hospitality. First, the hotel’s top-rated, refined Cantonese restaurant, Shanghai Terrace, and The Lobby restaurant will debut a special menu of favorites from the last two decades, including Szechwan prawns, Pierrot gourmet chicken salad, rice noodles with shrimp and tenderloin, and a special rainbow patterned veggie dumpling. For every purchase of these Culinary Classics Revived through the end of 2021, The Peninsula Chicago will be donating a meal to The Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Throughout the month, The Spa at The Peninsula Chicago will also extend a 20% discount off all treatments booked on Tuesdays, as well as purchases of Subtle Energies beauty products. Guests arranging a stay during June can additionally enjoy the 20th Anniversary Special package, which includes a 20% discount on rooms and suites, a chocolate amenity, and a Peter Bear with a special anniversary medallion for kids.
Also celebrating its anniversary later this year, The Peninsula Beverly Hills – whose lush gardenlike property sits adjacent to Century City and the legendary Rodeo Drive – will propose a welcoming special offer to guests who visit the sun-washed location. The Beverly Hills Dreaming package (starting at $715 per night) includes daily Continental breakfast, a $100 credit to be used toward pool cabanas or the hotel’s award-winning dining, valet parking, and (for guests booking suites) use of one of the BMW vehicles from the Peninsula Beverly Hills’s luxury automotive fleet. Other exciting events and offers will be added as the hotel gets closer to its 30th anniversary date.
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