While Christmas is still over a month away, it's never too early to start gift shopping, especially when you don't even have to leave the comfort of your couch to do so.
Simply surf your way over to The Peninsula Hong Kong's website and choose from a wide range of gift certificates, including dining experiences in one of their restaurants, a day at the spa or a straight forward cash voucher.
We'd be over the moon to get any of the following gifts from The Peninsula:
Spa Glamour Gift Set
Keep your loved one feeling glamorous and beautiful throughout the holidays with the spa retreat collection from ESPA, featuring a pink hair and scalp mud to nourish the scalp and exfoliating body polish to leave the skin soft and silky. This luxurious set is priced at HK$700.
Six-Course Culinary Journey
Perfect for the foodie in your life, this extraordinary dining experience priced at HK$2,121 takes place at four of The Peninsula Hong Kong's signature restaurants, including:
- One glass of Champagne or a cocktail and an appetiser in The Lobby
- Two courses at Spring Moon
- Two courses at Gaddi’s
- Dessert and coffee or tea at Felix
Time Together (for two)
Here's a gift that you can enjoy too -- an indulgent experience for you and your sweetheart at The Peninsula Spa by ESPA package priced at HK$5,500, including:
- Use of The Spa facilities, followed by a fresh ginger foot buff and a Peninsula Tea Ceremony
- Exclusive poolside breakfast, lunch or Afternoon Tea featuring “Naturally Peninsula” light and healthy cuisine
- The use of the Private Spa Suite for Two, the Spa’s exclusive Couples' Suite with its own infinity double whirlpool and private steam and shower room
- A 30-minute ESPA Full Body Exfoliation
- A 1-hour 30-minute ESPA Soothing Aromatherapy Body Massage
Of course, if you really can't decide, play it safe with a gift certificate for The Peninsula Hong Kong which are available in values of HK$1,000 or HK$2,000.
All of the above gifts -- and more -- are available for purchase on The Peninsula Hong Kong website.
This post was sponsored by The Peninsula Hong Kong.