The Peninsula Hong Kong is well-known for superlative service and timeless style, but a tradition of philanthropy is equally central to her unique story.
This year, the hotel will partner with the Hong Kong Hereditary Breast Cancer Family Registry (The Registry) in bringing to guests the revived tradition of the Sunday Dinner Dance. This refined indulgence in a nostalgic, historical setting has been organised in support of The Registry’s valuable work that helps Hong Kong women, men and their families, who are at high risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer due to a family history of the disease.
On 28 April 2019, The Peninsula Hong Kong will invite guests to revisit the late 1920s and 1930s, when the hotel’s reputation for graceful social gatherings and dances began to develop. Guests and visitors are invited to take to the dance floor and waltz, cha-cha and tango the night away to the sounds of a 10-piece live band, while enjoying a delicate four-course menu curated by The Lobby Chef, Andy Cheng.
Priced at HK$ 1,688 per person with 10% service charge, this well-loved social affair will take place from 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm on 28 April 2019. For every seat sold, a donation of 10% will be made to The Registry.