This art-driven hotel enjoys beautiful views over the Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park.
Past and present meet at The Peninsula Tokyo, beginning with its setting in the Marunouchi financial district across from the Imperial Palace. The 24-story property pampers guests at every turn, from limousine service that includes an impeccably restored 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II to tasteful accommodations by designer Yukio Hashimoto. Featuring natural stone bathrooms, unique textured ceiling panels, Lavazza coffee makers, executive work desks and Oscar de la Renta amenities, each guest room and suite appeals with its expert blend of aesthetics and creature comforts.
House dining celebrates haute Cantonese cuisine at Hei Fung Terrace and the ancient tradition of Kaiseki at Kyoto Tsuruya. Guests can also dine at Peter, serving grilled steak and seafood accompanied by beautiful city views. The Peninsula Spa provides tranquility at its indoor pool, muted treatment rooms and even its attractive fitness center. For meetings and events, modern ballrooms and boardrooms cater to a variety of needs, and for weddings, a stunning, modern stained-glass window casts a golden glow in The Peninsula Tokyo Chapel.