Set in the well-connected district of Marunouchi, the 24-storey Peninsula Tokyo offers views of the Imperial Palace from its expansive guest rooms, and the attractions of Ginza are just around the corner. Whether or not you choose to arrive in one of the hotel’s customised Rolls Royce fleet, superlative levels of service greet you from the moment you step through the doors. This hospitality takes the form of both the traditional and the innovative, with touches such as a 24-hour private e-concierge service, multi-functional wireless control panels above every bed, and a novel ‘spa button’ in guest bathrooms offering ambient lighting and a soothing soundtrack to your evening soak.
The spa itself should not be missed, with the hotel’s focus on innovation extending to world-leading rejuvenation treatments, complemented by a wealth of traditional healing methods such as Shiatsu massage and Japanese incense ceremonies. Further relaxation can be found in the serene heated indoor swimming pool and vitality pool.
Dining at the Peninsula is given equal weight to wellness, with eight different venues to choose from including the Lobby for opulent afternoon tea, the traditional Cantonese Hei Fung Terrace, dedicated sushi, teppanyaki and tempura outlets as well as Peter, a chic top floor grill, which is something of an institution in Tokyo.
Couples and families
Those seeking a VIP experience
Gadget and technology lovers
THINGS TO DO AT THE HOTEL
Unwind after a day exploring the city in the indoor swimming pool overlooking the Imperial Palace Gardens
Choose traditional healing and pampering, or the latest technological advances in the Peninsula Spa
Sample the Peninsula’s signature Mango and Citrus Afternoon Tea
Feast on dishes such as 40-day Japanese dry-aged striploin or Hokkaido scallops in the stylish surroundings of the Peter grill
THINGS TO DO NEARBY
Absorb the tranquillity of the Meiji Jingu Shrine
Marvel at the dazzling food halls in the department stores of Ginza
Walk off the excesses with a stroll through the Imperial Palace Gardens
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