One of the most luxurious and iconic hotels in Hong Kong will be paying homage to 007 with a photo exhibit by British photographer Terry O’Neill and a champagne-soaked gala dinner in advance of the latest James Bond film.

For fans of the world’s most famous spy, 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 reprises his role as Bond for the fourth time in “Spectre.”

A selection of Bond girls will likewise be on display.

O’Neill will be the guest of honor for a VIP six-course dinner inspired by Bond movies.

Guests will wash down their meal with the Bollinger Spectre limited edition bubbly.

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For fans looking to live like Bond for a few days — minus heart-stopping car chases, the dodging of bullets and international intrigue — the hotel has created “A Bond-worthy Stay” package that includes dinner for two at their French restaurant Gaddi’s, a pair of “Shaken Not Stirred” cocktails, chauffeured rides in a Rolls-Royce, and a bottle of the limited edition Bollinger Spectre champagne.

The hotel is mentioned the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun starring Roger Moore, where the hotel’s fleet of Rolls-Royce Silver Shadows is mentioned.

James Bond Photo Exhibit By Terry O’Neill At The Peninsula Hong Kong

While The Peninsula Hong Kong’s package runs for a limited time, fans can book a stay year-round at the 007-themed Seven Hotel Paris, decorated in vintage British style with Bond in mind with pistol-shaped lamps, leather upholstery and Bond murals.

The Peninsula’s gala dinner will be held November 4. Tickets are $3,288 HKD ($425 USD).

The exhibit runs November 4 to December 10.

The Bond hotel package is available between November 1 and November 30 and is priced at $8,740 HKD ($1,130 USD) a night.

“Spectre” opens worldwide Nov. 6.