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The Peninsula Tokyo is a family-friendly deluxe hotel and one of the Peninsula brand’s luxury global 5-star hotels. A resort of outstanding opulence and unique character, Peninsula guests, can check-in/out at any hour to this inspiring pink lantern building opposite the Imperial Palace.
Spacious rooms, fine dining, glamorous spa, and impeccable service sum up what you can expect at this award-winning hotel in the heart of Tokyo.
The luxury hotel is at an excellent location in Yurakucho, Chiyoda city. This is the prestigious commercial center of Tokyo and a very vibrant area close to the rail station.
Moreover, the neighboring Ginza and Marunouchi districts attract all ages with memorable street-food stalls, department stores, and high-end boutique shopping. The Takarazuka Theater and Yurakucho movie complex provide entertainment with the elegant Hibiya Park nearby to offer a break from the hubbub.
Additionally, two international airports serve the city, Haneda and Narita, with rail connections to/from both. A limousine service is also available for hotel guests.
Although this standalone property is impressive in size, it is also elegant in design. A landmark in the city, the hotel rises like a tower resembling a Japanese lantern that is suffused with a rosy glow at night.
The uniformed staff greets guests transported from the airport in a courtesy green Rolls Royce and helpful. The efficient staff takes over at front desk reception. Additionally, a stunning high-ceiling pink-marbled lobby is illuminated by a dazzling suspended chandelier, its 1313 light bulbs mimicking a firework display.
The hotel’s growing art collection decorate walls, and fresh flowers enhance all areas. Marble also adorns the walkways looking out onto tree-lined streets.
The 24-story hotel has 314 room types. The rooms and suites are capacious in a bold contemporary design with woven gold bamboo ceilings. Besides, there are blonde wooden doors, muted earth-toned furnishings, and plush comfortable sofa seating.
Beds are huge and deep with a choice of king or twin. Japanese touches also give traditional flavor to the décor with art prints, lantern lights, and a cloakroom dressing table of striated blonde and gold local wood. A nail quick dryer is an extra pleasure.
All amenities are as high-tech as they come, with buttons and gadgets controlling everything like personal robots. Moreover, high-speed internet and Wi-Fi are complementary and standard. Generous cupboards hide built-in mini-Lavazza coffee machines to rival the ubiquitous Nespresso in most hotel rooms.
Bathrooms feature marble and stone with big stand-alone soaking tubs. Besides, there are separate rain-head showers and gorgeous Oscar de la Renta scented toiletries. Additionally, natural light fills rooms from full-length windows that open onto a cityscape outlook. Some rooms also provide comfy beds for the family pet. Check-in or out can be arranged at almost any hour.
These have all the luxury amenities of the rooms with added space, separate bedrooms, and lounge and dining areas. Lavish marble bathrooms have adjoining powder rooms.
There is also a lot of wood and cherry-red pops of color among the soft natural tones. The stand-out features in the suites are the floor-to-ceiling wrap-around windows with wide city views, particularly spectacular at night.
This is the epitome of the Peninsula brand’s luxurious style. The Japanese minimalistic design doesn’t hide the opulence of this suite. Features include a private wrap-around balcony with fine views over Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace Gardens.
Additionally, spaces have deep sink-in carpeting, a grand piano, and dining for up to 12 persons and where you can arrange a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Bathrooms are also lavish, and amenities off the scale high-tech.
This is another opulent suite with wonderful garden views, marble flooring, colorful deep-pile rugs, and plush seating. The overly large bathroom features more dark marble and stone. It also includes a pampering whirlpool and other spa-like amenities.
There are many dining options here, from gourmet to light-casual and delicious afternoon tea and coffee specialties in the lounge, terrace, or cafes. Alternatively, guests can order picnic-style food boxes to take away or arrange in-room dining.
Special diets are also catered for. Peter is an upscaled grill restaurant. It is in a splendid position on the 24th level with magnificent views and serving specialties like dry-aged striploin beef. The a la carte menus at lunch and evening dining add a fresh strawberry tea served in the afternoons (seasonal).
Traditional teas featuring birdcages of sweet delights are also offered in the gorgeous lobby, where international menus serve lunchtime guests and evening diners.
Moreover, for lovers of Cantonese food, Hei Fung Terrace provides an exotic garden setting for authentic creative dishes which you can enjoy in-room. Japanese sushi and kaiseki options are available in several dining areas.
Additionally, Peter the Bar offers inspired signature cocktails and drinks in a darkly chic bar setting lightened by rows of glass cherry blossom trees.
World-class facilities in the Peninsula Spa include a charming heated indoor pool and an array of spa treatment rooms. There is also a whirlpool, steam bath, sauna, and relaxation areas.
Exclusive Swiss facials and anti-aging techniques plus relaxing massages are also given in nine ultra-luxe treatment rooms.
Additionally, the Peninsula Health Club is a fully-equipped fitness center with personal trainers on hand to assist.
The Peninsula hotel welcomes young guests. It provides a specially arranged Pokemon party program in the summer months. Another unique feature for children aged over 6 years is traditional Furin making. This is one of the stand-out activities organized by the hotel.
A 2-hour trip also takes kids to one of the remaining expert studios, where beautiful glass wind chimes (Furin) are hand-blown and individually painted in bright colors.
The trip includes chauffeur/translator and snack and drink. There is also a chance to make and decorate a chime to take home. Furthermore, kid’s menus are available in the restaurants and in-room service.
The Peninsula is also a famous wedding venue with a chapel within the hotel, expert planners and caterers, pre-wedding spa treatments, and a bridal gown boutique. Two spectacular ballrooms and a glass-encased sky room offer ideal venues for any celebration. You can also book conferences and business events.
The Peninsula brand is known for its luxury, style, and top-notch service. The Peninsula Tokyo hotel doesn’t disappoint. You will no doubt have a great experience at this top-notch resort property.
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