With a beach, pool and round-the-clock childcare, it has everything a pampered penguin could want.
And judging by all the exciting splashing and diving yesterday, the inhabitants are delighted to be in their new home.
London Zoo yesterday unveiled England's largest penguin pool, a spectacular enclosure that will one day house a 200-strong breeding colony
A hand-rearing unit, with its own paddling pool for baby penguins to get used to water, is already home to two four-week-old chicks.
The pool has underwater viewing areas so visitors can see the flightless birds in their element, and landscaping which mimics the penguins' southern hemisphere habitats.
For example, wild macaronis live in Antarctica where the ground is too hard for them to make proper nests piles of pebbles. Penguin Beach contains a stretch of rocky shore that allows the macaronis to do the same.
The Zoological Society of London's penguin expert Tom Hart said of Penguin Beach: 'It's much bigger and deeper. Ones that like the beach or rocky shores have got their habitats. They look really happy.'