Themed Celebrations at Peninsula Properties Ahead of Paris Opening

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The Peninsula Paris. Starting on July 25, each of the nine Peninsula properties will be holding “All Things French” themed celebrations ahead of The Peninsula Paris opening on August 1. Guests can also enter to win a trip to The Peninsula Paris when they book a visit to any Peninsula hotel online.

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The Peninsula property “All Things French” activities will run through the end of 2014 with all nine Peninsula hotels in the U.S. and Asia celebrating the opening of Peninsula Paris and French culture with a variety of offerings and entertainment.

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Celebration highlights include The Peninsula Hong Kong’s “Moët & Spa” package with a 60-minute treatment, champagne and a gift. The Peninsula New York will screen classic French-themed films on the rooftop, starting with “An American in Paris.” The Peninsula Beverly Hills will celebrate with “Rosé on the Roof” with the Roof Garden offering Whispering Angel rosé wine during the weekend rooftop BBQ series.

To mark the launch of peninsula.com, when guests book directly via their online platform they will get access to exclusive offers only available online. From now until August 31, when guests confirm a room booking through the website, they will receive a guaranteed room upgrade and a welcome amenity, as well as, on property perks. They will also be entered to win a trip to The Peninsula Paris.

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