Peninsula Hong Kong unveils new rooms—and new technology
Peninsula's flagship hotel, The Peninsula Hong Kong, has unveiled the first phase of its landmark HK$450 million room enhancement program, which includes new interior design and new guest technology.
Conceived by the in-house design team of The Peninsula Hotels, assisted by Gettys interior design, the new rooms and suites include custom-made Cassina and Poltrona Frau furnishings. The rooms also use the next generation of in-room technology, enabling new standards of guest personalization. In-room enhancements include:
Interactive digital touch-screen tablets pre-set in one of five languages: English, French, Traditional and Simplified Chinese and Japanese, allowing guests to personalize all room controls, signage and information to their preferred language.
Full control of all in-room functions via bedside and desk tablets and wall panels, enabling access to the guest compendium of in-room dining menus, hotel services, streaming television, Internet TV and radio, mood lighting, curtains, temperature and more.
Complimentary long-distance VOIP phone calls from guest rooms and from the hotel's Rolls-Royce fleet.
Advanced audio-visual center in each guest room featuring a 46-inch flat-screen, Blu-ray LED television – with a 55-inch model in all suites, Internet TV, iPod/iPad docking station, memory-card reader and soundbar speaker system delivering surround-sound experience.
Wireless connection to personal electronic devices and to the all-in-one printer/photocopier/scanner/fax, enables the seamless functionality of a home office
Signature marble bathrooms with LED touch-screen panels located on the wall and bath-side, enable viewing of terrestrial and Internet TV and radio and Spa button delivering a luxurious, integrated light and sound experience for indulgent relaxation.
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