Silversea announces partnership with The Peninsula Hotels

The partnership between Silversea and The Peninsula Hotels has been made to enhance the itinerary for Silver Muse’s 73-day Grand Asia Pacific Voyage.

The Peninsula Tokyo
The Peninsula Tokyo

The voyage departing on 02 February 2019, as part of the First Quarter Itinerary for 2019, is now open for reservations.

The Grand Asia Pacific Voyage will sail from Sydney to Tokyo, visiting 39 destinations across 12 countries.

By incorporating The Peninsula Hotels, Silversea are enriching the guest experience with hotel group’s insider knowledge, provided by an on board team of local specialists and chefs. Guests will also enjoy exclusive events in select Asian cities, arranged in collaboration with The Peninsula Hotels.

The cruise will conclude with a three-night stay at The Peninsula Tokyo, where guests will be treated to a Japanese-themed dinner event in the hotel’s elegant Grand Ballroom.

Mr Manfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio, Silversea’s executive chairman, said: ”We are delighted and honoured to have this opportunity to partner with such a legendary brand. The Peninsula Hotels share our commitment to excellence and providing the highest level of personal attention, and we are certain this will be reflected in every detail of their contributions to our guests’ travel experience.”

“We are delighted to announce this partnership with Silversea, which marks an exceptional and personalised travel opportunity. Silversea is globally recognised as an innovative leader in ultra-luxury cruising and The Peninsula is renowned as one of the world’s finest ultra-luxury hotel brands.

By coming together, the two companies will offer a seamless and exquisite journey on sea and on land for our discerning guests,” said Mr Clement Kwok, CEO of The Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotels, owner and operator of The Peninsula Hotels. “We look forward to developing personalised programmes that will provide Silversea guests with truly memorable and authentic experiences of Asia’s culture, history and traditions.”

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