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All About Bond at The Peninsula in Hong Kong

22 September 2015
Start: 04 Nov 2015
End: 10 Dec 2015

Location: The Peninsula
Address: Salisbury Rd, Hong Kong

By Natalie White

The Peninsula Hong Kong will be hosting an "All About Bond at The Peninsula" exhibit that traces the many cinematic faces of the MI6 agent throughout the years, as seen through the lens of O'Neill, photographer to the stars.

Photos include classic black and white portraits of Roger Moore, Sean Connery, along with Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig, who is set to star as Bond for the fourth time in the upcoming "Spectre" instalment of the franchise.

The Peninsula itself also has had long had ties to the Bond franchise. In 1974, The Man with the Golden Gun was partly filmed at the hotel, and the cast and crew (including Roger Moore) stayed there during the filming.

To kick off the exhibit, a VIP Artist Talk with O'Neill will be held at the hotel's Felix restaurant on 4 November, whilst that evening sees its French restaurant Gaddi's host an exclusive "License to Thrill" VIP champagne-pairing gala dinner with Bollinger champagne, which is often featured in the Bond movies. Tickets are US$425

For fans looking to live like Bond for a few days, the hotel has created "A Bond-worthy Stay" package available between November 1 and November 30 and priced at US$1,130 a night. The experience will include dinner for two at Gaddi's, a pair of "Shaken Not Stirred"cocktails, chauffeured rides in a Rolls-Royce, and a bottle of the Bollinger Spectre champagne.

 The exhibit runs from 4 November to 10 December.

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