Positioned facing the Imperial Palace and Hubiya Park, The Peninsula Tokyo is a welcome retreat in the vibrant city. Meticulous design, attention to detail, and refined amenities set this hotel apart for discerning travelers.
Fashioned by interior design master Yukio Hashimoto, practical functionality and fine finishes are hallmarks in each of the rooms and suites at The Peninsula Tokyo. The stunning abodes are among the largest and most tech-savvy in the city, with customizable lighting, flat-panel televisions, hands-free telephone functionality, and complimentary wireless Internet access. Beyond the floor-to-ceiling windows—each fitted with shades controlled from the bedside table—the Tokyo skyline dazzles.
The art of daily dressing has its own dedicated sanctuary. A separate dressing room comes complete with a vanity and built-in nail dryer, plus closet and drawer space for all of your finery. Traveling families are kept at ease with thoughtful amenities and furnishings thanks to the partnership between The Peninsula Tokyo and Stokke, the Norwegian baby gear gurus.
Select from nine different room and suite categories at The Peninsula Tokyo. Ker & Downey recommends a Grand Premier Park Room, featuring a lush view over Hibiya Park or the Imperial Palace Gardens. The Hibiya Suite enjoys this same view, enhanced with wraparound windows and expanded living and dining spaces.
While in-room dining is available day or night, the elegant and immersive restaurants at The Peninsula Tokyo are not to be missed. Set up high on the 24th floor overlooking the Tokyo skyline and the Imperial Palace, the Peter grill and bar features fine dining with an incredible view. Premium meats are sourced in-country and prepared to perfection, from Kagoshima pork Kurobuta, Hokkaido scallops, and dry-aged striploin. Diners will find “a taste of Southern China” at the Hei Fung Terrace. For an intimate and exciting dining experience, enjoy the Cantonese fare from the exclusive kitchen-side Chef’s Table. Kyoto Tsuruya specializes in the art of Kaiseki cuisine, just like its three-Michelin Star sister restaurant, Kyoto.
Guests with a fitness regimen will not have to sacrifice their routine at The Peninsula Tokyo. The indoor swimming pool is kept heated, an array of equipment is available, and personal trainers can offer guidance on an individual basis. ESPA treatments are on offer at the sophisticated spa, perfect for recharging after travel or explorations through vibrant Tokyo with your Ker & Downey guide.Request Information