Cathay Pacific, Peninsula Hotels roll out Marco Polo Diamond perks

Top-tier flyers will enjoy complimentary breakfast, room upgrades and airport transfers in the Peninsula's iconic limousines.

By David Flynn, September 11 2019
Cathay Pacific, Peninsula Hotels roll out Marco Polo Diamond perks

Cathay Pacific's Marco Polo Diamond members – including their senior Diamond Plus and Diamond Invitation siblings – will enjoy a little extra VIP treatment when staying at Peninsula hotels in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.

Book two or more nights at any of those three properties at the Peninsula Premier Rate (but book directly with the hotel, not through a third party) and quote your Marco Polo Diamond membership – then present your membership card on arrival – to unlock these new benefits.

Complimentary one-way airport transfer by hotel limousine: this transfer applies to either arrival or departure between the airport and the hotel.

Complimentary room or suite upgrade to next category: this is of course subject to availability upon check-in and will depend on the room you book, but for example, at The Peninsula Hong Kong you can expect to be upgraded from a Deluxe Room to a Deluxe Courtyard Room, from a Superior Suite to Deluxe Suite, or from a Deluxe Suite to Superior Harbour View Suite.

Early check-in and late check-out: this is especially handy when you arrive on a morning flight, or when you're jetting out in the evening.

Complimentary daily breakfast for two: don't rush! Take the time to enjoy a languid breakfast while you read the morning papers, be they printed on actual paper or come in digital tablet form.

15% discount on spa services: what did we just say about not rushing? Treat yourself, your partner or the pair of you to an indulgent session at The Peninsula Spa and enjoy a 15% discount on all bookings of 60 minutes or above.

There are other specific benefits applicable to each Peninsula hotel at Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing – click here for the full details.


David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.