Each mini guide offers insider knowledge, shopping, cultural events, style, fashion tips and gourmet tips to help travellers maximise their time in ten Peninsula destinations.
The city guides for Paris and Hong Kong have already been presented, giving an insight into the thriving art scene and visit incredible museums, cultural institutions and upcoming exhibitions.
For example, guests at The Peninsula Hong Kong are offered a chance to meet local artists in residences through the Peninsula Academy's An Art Dialogue with Hong Kong: Insights into The Contemporary Art scene programme, as well as visit the studio districts in Fo Tan and Wong Chak Hang.
Shoppers are also given a helping hand to find the most chic souvenirs from the markets and shops in-and-around The Peninsula Hong Kong. They can also book an appointment with Elissa Cohen to see her one-of-kind jewellery made with South Sea pearls.
Let’s not forget the foodies. Anyone perusing the Hong Kong guide will be offered interesting gourmet experiences, such as culinary tours of the hottest restaurants in close proximity to the hotel – including a feast at Tim Ho Wan - the least expensive Michelin-starred restaurant in the world.
The next guide will be based on Shanghai and is due to be released April 16, followed by Manila, Beverly Hills, New York, Chicago, Bangkok, Tokyo and Beijing.
Meanwhile, The Peninsula Hotels has also launched Peninsula Wellness, a new programme for wellness and healthy dining. The hotel group's own research has shown that guests staying in luxurious hotel accommodations with the finest amenities increasingly seek to relax and rejuvenate mind and body and escape the stresses of modern living.
The Peninsula Wellness Centre has been inaugurated as a global centre of spa and wellness excellence at The Peninsula Bangkok.