The Peninsula Hotels Unveils New Programs, Plus a New Restaurant for NYC

Catskill Mountains, New York
Catskill Mountains, New York // Photo by Shutterstock/Kazela

Peninsula-philes, listen up! From a new Academy Program to restaurants and offers, we've got the latest news coming out of the luxury brand.

First up, The Peninsula Hotels has re-launched The Peninsula Academy with a host of new activities. A few experiences in the collection include and elephant ride through a Thai vineyard; Retro Shanghai historical adventure; private helicopter ride to a secluded beach in Hong Kong; Washi-paper traditional Japanese art experience; aerial and land tour of Corregidor, a World War II memorial; and a selection of kids programs from origami lessons to Chinese kite making.

Over in New York The Peninsula New York is gearing up to debut a new restaurant this Fall. It will sit in the hotel's former restaurant, Fives, and will serve contemporary American cuisine, with a focus on local and organic ingredients.

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The Peninsula Spa at The Peninsula New York has introduced a series of body treatments to its existing line of facials. Each treatment tackles specific needs (think anti-aging).

As Autumn approaches, The Peninsula Hotels is readying to celebrate the Chinese tradition, the Mid-Autumn Festival. The Peninsula Hotels will bring the festival to life at all of its hotels with a collection of offerings and programs unique to each hotel. 

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