Style: Modern luxury Perfect for: Meetings, Business, Spa
Area: opposite the Imperial Palace
Since opening in the autumn of 2007, The Peninsula Tokyo has won several awards, including most recently, 'Best for Food' in the Conde Nast Traveller Gold List 2010. It has quickly found its place as one of the city's landmark hotels, and is leading the way in terms of design and service. It is perfectly situated in the prestigious Marunouchi financial district, opposite the Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park, and close to the shopping capital of Ginza.

The overall design and art on display inside the hotel has attracted considerable attention from near and far. There are unique Japanese pieces of art throughout the public places, in the sleek lobby, in the corridors, even suspended in a 70-metre enclosed atrium on the guest room floors. Celebrated architect Kazukiyo Sato's vision of the hotel as a traditional Japanese lantern has translated well and it is seen as 'a shining light' attracting both local and international guests.

The hotel comprises 314 spacious rooms (including 47 suites), several unique restaurants, elegantly designed function rooms, a wedding chapel and a Japanese ceremony room. Guests will find ingenious Peninsula high-tech throughout the hotel, including cordless mobile phones that cleverly work throughout the hotel like an in-room land line and nail driers in each of the rooms for perfecting manicures. There are buttons and switches for controlling the lights, curtains, temperature and humidity - so there is no need to move around the room too much if you are busy, or just busy relaxing.

Rooms at The Peninsula Tokyo are among the largest in Tokyo and no stone has been left unturned in the quest to satisfy every type of guest. Each guestroom and suite blends traditional Peninsula standards of comfort and innovative technology with elements of Japanese heritage and culture and have stunning views of the city, Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park. The room interiors dissolve boundaries between inside and outside elements and allow the living spaces to flow from one to the next. From the chestnut wooden doors, to the deep red lacquer elm-working desks to the woven-cedar ceiling fixtures, the rooms bond nature's elements to provide a tranquil and serene setting.

Perhaps best of all, it is the service that ensures this hotel's loyal following - it is intuitive and thoughtful, careful yet not over-powering and shows just how good service can be when staff work instinctively and from the heart.


Should guests wish to arrive in style, The Peninsula offers two customized Rolls-Royce Extended Wheelbase Phantoms and three customized 750 Li, all sporting the signature Peninsula green livery.


Recently service at The Peninsula Tokyo has reached even greater heights. A new team of dedicated butlers await to assist all guests staying in The Peninsula Suite and The Hibiya Suite. Having completed six weeks of contemporary proprietary training, including a week under the watchful eye of The Guild of Professional English Butlers, these staff members are available around-the-clock to assist ...
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with all preparations prior to, and throughout, guests' stay.


The Peninsula Spa by ESPA offers a city retreat permeated by indulgence and deep relaxation. Facilities include eight treatment rooms, separate changing rooms, saunas and relaxation areas for men and women, a 66-foot indoor heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, a fully-equipped fitness centre and a balcony overlooking the Imperial Palace Gardens allowing guests to keep up thier fitness routines in the most ...
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agreeable surroundings.

This strikingly large urban oasis of calm allows ample opportunity to enjoy bespoke spa treatments and holistic experiences, such as The Peninsula Ceremony Keihatsu Enlightenment Massage that will ease any tension away.
  • Roppongi Hills
  • Imperial Palace
  • Tokyo Tower
  • Aoyama
  • Meiji Jingu
Figures in brackets show the travel time by car from the hotel
  • The hotel is happy to arrange a private Limousine service.
  • Tokyo's public transport system includes JR trains, subway and buses.
  • Taxis are readily available.
  • The Peninsula Tokyo is located next to the Hibiya Subway station.
  • Peter Restaurant - Internationally inspired cuisine
  • Peter, The Bar - cocktails and more
  • Hei Fung Terrace - Authentic Cantonese cuisine
  • The Lobby - Afternoon Tea
  • The Peninsula Boutique and Cafe - Gifts and confectionary
  • Kyoto Tsuruya - Japanese dining
  • In-Room Dining
  • The Peninsula Spa by ESPA
  • Fitness Centre
  • Pool
  • Peninsula Academy
  • 24-hour Business Centre
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Fleet of Rolls Royces and BMW's
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