The Peninsula Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

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Why we choose The Peninsula Tokyo

A perfect location and genuine five-star opulence make the Peninsula Tokyo a must for discerning travelers

  • Stay cozy with automated bedside curtain controls
  • The spa features crystal steam rooms and aromatherapy ’lifestyle’ showers
  • The hip Peter restaurant has interactive entertainment technology

While the design of the Peninsula Tokyo is “modern international,” the inspiration is all Japan. This isn’t just generic Asian décor; you know you’re in Tokyo, as it has a sense of place that’s missing from many upscale hotels. Their interior designer, Yukio Hashimoto, layered woods, lacquer, marble and stone to create very posh, very comfortable, yet very Japanese spaces.

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Upgrade to a suite for sweeping, panoramic views of Tokyo.

What you need to know about the hotel

Every room detail has been considered, making it an exceptionally user-friendly luxury hotel

  • Among the largest in Tokyo, the 3,700-square-foot Peninsula Suite is an exclusive sanctuary with a balcony overlooking Hibiya Park
  • Peninsula Academy offers fun, educational programs in sushi and tempura cooking, ikebana flower arranging and Tsukiji Fish Market tours
  • The ultra-modern spa has eight treatment rooms, each with a private shower, shoji screens and heated beds

The 314 rooms and suites manage to combine sumptuous décor elements with innovative technology that isn’t even essential—just unexpectedly nice. Example: the nail dryer in the dressing room. Naturally, the luxury is elevated in the suites, and we recommend them for the panoramic views of the city, if nothing else.

Explore the gorgeous Peninsula Spa—including steam, sauna and relaxation facilities—the fitness center with high-tech machines and built-in TVs and sound systems, the swimming pool and its adjacent Vitality Pool. There are also five restaurants and one bar serving cuisine from French to Cantonese to Japanese tempura.

Where is it and what's nearby

Superbly located opposite the Imperial Palace, with great views over the Outer Garden

  • One of the hotel entrances opens onto Marunouchi Naka Dori, the Japanese version of Rodeo Drive, lined with top luxury brands
  • Tsukiji Fish Market is an enormous, bustling place where you can watch fish auctions at dawn and grab a sushi breakfast
  • Teahouses and gardens are ideal places to experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony, a seemingly simple ritual that actually takes years to learn

The Peninsula Tokyo can be found in the prestigious financial district of Marunouchi, across from the Imperial Palace and a mere three-minute walk from the shopping capital of Ginza.

Getting to know Tokyo is a fun yet possibly dizzying experience, thanks to its mash-up of old and new. There are lots of Western-style buildings to make Western visitors feel at home, but there’s also a palpable sense of exotic history that you’ll find absolutely fascinating. Depending on your interests, the Peninsula’s concierge staff can arrange tours and outings such as a cruise on Tokyo Bay, visits to shrines or a traditional sumo wrestling match.

How to enjoy Tokyo

Curiously addictive, Tokyo somehow manages to blend throbbing neon and a slightly workaholic-edged mania, with peaceful parks adorned with pink blossoms or crimson maples, exquisite manners and unexpected architecture

  • No trip to Tokyo would be complete without at least one night out in a karaoke bar. So go on and belt out a number (you know you want to)
  • For stunning 360° views of Tokyo, visit the observatory decks of the Skytree. At 634 meters, it is the tallest building in Japan
  • Enjoy! Tokyo is the world’s gourmet capital with more Michelin stars than anywhere else in the world

For full on, in-your-face, city action, with impossibly large crowds scurrying who knows where under crazy-paving style walls and towers of flashing advertising hoardings, head to Tokyo’s Shibuya. You will actually feel the adrenaline kick in as you attempt the pedestrian crossing at Hachiko. This sense of excitement will only enhance your shopping experience there, with the multitude of shops selling funky clothes and intriguing gadgets.

In contrast to bustle of Shibuya is the zen calm of the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. The garden has everything you’d want to find in a Japanese park with wooden arched bridges, beautiful maples and a lovely teahouse. Come evening, head to the upscale Ginza quarter for the best sushi in the world, or kaiseki, Japan’s own haute cuisine.

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    When to visit Tokyo

    Grand Tournaments at Tokyo’s sumo center, Kokugikan, take place in January, May and September. Tickets can be bought up to a month in advance, although some may be available on the door for non-final tournaments.

  • We say

    Wonderful views all over Tokyo and towards Mount Fuji.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with The Peninsula Tokyo, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Full American breakfast daily for up to 2 in-room guests, in restaurant
  • USD $100 equivalent food & beverage credit per room, once per stay (not valid for room service, in Tsuruya Restaurant, or mini bar)

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