The Peninsula Hotels Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month


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Peninsula Hotels in North America and Asia will be supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month with their group-wide campaign, “Peninsula in Pink”, which will raise both awareness and funds. The proceeds from the Pink items and services will go directly to breast cancer-related charities in each destination. There will be a variety of celebrations at each of the nine hotels including, for example, The Peninsula Beverly Hills’ Peninsula in Pink Tory Burch Tea, which features a five-course tea service for $65 and a $50 gift card and transportation to Tory Burch

In New York, The Gotham Lounge’s Peninsula in Pink Afternoon Tea will feature a special pink tea called Mighty Leaf’s Organic Berry Wellness, as well as a variety of savory and sweet options, including pink-themed pastry items. The Tea runs from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily until October 31. It’s $50 per person, including a $5 donation. The Peninsula Spa by ESPA will also be offering certain spa packages during the month of October, such as the Peninsula Pink Ceremony, Pink Power Package, and a Pink Manicure at the Mélange Salon. In addition to the tea and the spa packages, the Peninsula New York will offer a “Passionate Pink” cocktail, have special decorations, and a specially designed pink ribbon pin will be available for sale, with proceeds going to the American Cancer Society’s annual “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” fundraiser.

The Peninsula Tokyo will also have a variety of items for sale, including: lunch boxes, cocktails, sweets, a pin, and an Afternoon Tea.

All of the sales and special packages run until October 31.



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