The Peninsula Beijing celebrates the spirit of giving with luxury limited edition snowpage toys, lavish prizes and seasonal cheer for all the family

The Peninsula Beijing shares the festive spirit with guests and visitors during the upcoming holiday season. Although this year’s festive programme is reduced because of the extensive renovations underway as part of the hotel’s exciting transformation, The Peninsula Beijing will again show its support for The Peninsula’s annual charitable initiative with the stylish return of the lovable holiday ambassador SnowPage, plus surprise “Golden Tickets” offering memorable Peninsula prizes and experiences for all the family, while shoppers will be delighted by a special promotion at The Peninsula Arcade.

This year, The Peninsula Hotels’ seasonal fundraising campaign receives a designer makeover. In partnership with luxury toy-art collective Papinee, ten exclusive SnowPage toys are inspired by the arts and culture of each Peninsula destination, with just 300 SnowPages created for each city. Dressed to impress, The Peninsula Beijing’s limited edition SnowPage toy features the jovial snowman wearing his Page cap and an auspicious red patterned jacket embellished by a watermark of Chinese dragons.

Hand-made with luxurious fabrics and detailed embroidery, the desirable SnowPage toys also offer the chance to win a surprise seasonal gift. Hidden inside a large number of the SnowPage boxes are “Golden Tickets” that enable the lucky ticket holder to enjoy an unforgettable Peninsula family experience. The prizes include a suite stay for four people with breakfast and a complimentary Pen Academy programme; a fine Chinese dinner at Huang Ting; or the chance to savour the world-famous Peninsula Afternoon Tea at The Lobby.

Throughout December, a three-meter SnowPage display will be on show at the In88 shopping centre next to the hotel. Guests and visitors can buy their own charity SnowPage toy at The Peninsula Boutique counter in the Basement 1 level of the hotel and all proceeds from SnowPage sales will be donated to the Make-A-Wish® Foundation.

Shoppers seeking an alluring festive gift will be thrilled by The Peninsula Arcade’s special promotion to thank guests for their support throughout the year. From 1 December until 29 February, every guest making a purchase will be rewarded with a complimentary box of home-baked cookies. Guests making large purchases during their visit to The Peninsula Arcade will be rewarded with an enticing seasonal surprise.

For further information about the SnowPage by Papinee luxury toys, and to watch a charming short video filmed at The Peninsula New York that goes behind the scenes of the hotel to create the magical SnowPage, please visit

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About The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited (HSH)

Incorporated in 1866 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (00045), The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited is the holding company of a Group which is engaged in the ownership, development, and management of prestigious hotels and commercial and residential properties in key locations in Asia, the United States and Europe, as well as the provision of tourism and leisure, club management and other services. The Peninsula Hotels portfolio comprises The Peninsula Hong Kong, The Peninsula Shanghai, The Peninsula Beijing, The Peninsula Tokyo, The Peninsula Bangkok, The Peninsula Manila, The Peninsula New York, The Peninsula Chicago, The Peninsula Beverly Hills, and The Peninsula Paris. Projects under development include The Peninsula London and The Peninsula Yangon. The property portfolio of the Group includes The Repulse Bay Complex, The Peak Tower, The Peninsula Office Tower and St. John’s Building in Hong Kong; The Landmark in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; 1-5 Grosvenor Place in London, UK, and 21 avenue Kléber in Paris, France. The clubs and services portfolio of the Group includes The Peak Tram in Hong Kong; Thai Country Club in Bangkok, Thailand; Quail Lodge & Golf Club in Carmel, California; Peninsula Clubs and Consultancy Services, Peninsula Merchandising, and Tai Pan Laundry in Hong Kong.