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The Latest from Peninsula HotelsFebruary 19, 2007 By: Camie Foster Travel Agent
Clients heading to
year who want to be ahead of the pack can check into a new spa and a new hotel,
respectively. The Peninsula Bangkok has opened an expansive new spa, and this
fall The Peninsula Tokyo will open.
As part of its brandwide spa initiative, Peninsula Hotels
recently opened The Peninsula Spa by ESPA at The Peninsula Bangkok. The spa
measures 19,000 square feet and includes 14 treatment rooms, four couples' spa
suites, a tea lounge and men's and women's relaxation rooms. It also has a
salon, a three-tier outdoor swimming pool and a fitness center with sauna and
steam rooms and hot and cold Jacuzzis.
Upon arrival, spa patrons are served indigenous herbal teas
from the Royal Project, which was initiated by the king's mother, and have a
thorough wellness consultation.
Peninsula has partnered with ESPA for the development of
treatments and products designed for
guests. At the Peninsula Bangkok, choices include signature body treatments
that fuse Thai, ayurvedic and European therapies. Thai, Balinese, Swedish and
aromatherapy body massages also are available, as are a number of facials, and
ESPA for Men, a menu of massages and facials.
Travelers also can book half-day and full-day packages. They
can augment either choice by reserving one of the four private suites. These
suites have private changing areas, steam showers, double baths and double
treatment areas; the River Private Spa Suites also have views of the
Agent liaison at the new spa is Hathaichanok Komnuansin, spa
reception manager. She can be reached at (66-2) 861-2888 or via e-mail at [email protected].
Meantime, September will bring the opening of The Peninsula
Tokyo in a prime city location convenient for business travelers. The upscale
hotel is opposite both the grounds of the
Its location puts it within easy reach of the Marunouchi and Otemachi financial
districts, the theater district and the noted
shopping district. It's adjacent to Hibiya subway station, for convenient
subway and train networks.
Guests will have access to a Peninsula Spa by ESPA, as well
as concierge service around the clock and multiple dining choices. The property
will have a chapel, ballrooms, banquet space and multiple meeting rooms. The
spa, measuring almost 9,700 square feet, will include eight treatment rooms, as
well as a fitness center and a 66-foot swimming pool. The hotel will have 267
rooms and 47 suites. Each will have a self-contained dressing room, a marble
bathroom with double vanity and separate bath and shower. Rooms will be fitted
with plasma TVs, CD/DVD players, safes and private multi-function fax with
Clients wanting to soak in views of the city may want to
consider booking a deluxe corner room; rooms in this category provide 747
square feet, and views from both bedroom and bathroom.
At press time, a date had not been set for when reservations
would begin to be accepted. Agent liaison at The Peninsula Tokyo is Shin Asai,
director of marketing. He can be reached at (81-3) 6270-2600 or by e-mail at [email protected].