Mere steps from the Imperial Palace sits Tokyo’s newest luxury hotel, The Peninsula Tokyo. Located in Marunouchi district just a short walk from the shopping paradise of Ginza, the hotel is perfectly located for business or pleasure. With a total of 314 elegantly decorated rooms and 47 suites, the Peninsula Tokyo’s accommodations are among the most spacious in all of Tokyo, and offer plenty of amenities including espresso machines, complimentary Internet access, multifunction fax machines, nail polish drying machines, and shoe shining service. The hotel’s culinary options include Cantonese cuisine at the Hei Fung Terrace, regional Japanese fare at Kyoto Tsuruya, and International food and beverages at Cirque Culinaire and Peter. For relaxation, enjoy the hotel’s state of the art health club with pool complex, undergo a “spa journey” at the Peninsula Spa by ESPA, or try a leisurely jog around the Imperial Palace. Other amenities include a business center and a boutique store that offers food, gifts and souvenir items.
High-tech: in-room amenities.
Pool: Large 65-foot swimming pool and equally sizable hydrotherapy pool.
Views: Superb views of the Imperial Palace.
Location: Within walking distance to the shopping paradise of Ginza.
The Peninsula has 267 rooms and 47 suites that make up some of Tokyo’s most spacious rooms. The rooms are designed with an elegant contemporary Japanese style. In-keeping with Japan’s high-tech reputation the rooms combine innovation and advanced technology to provide personal touches and attention to detail, including beside controlled curtains and nail varnish dryers! The Peninsula’s signature marble bathrooms are equally new-fangled with flat screen TVs and mood lighting.
The hotel’s freestanding structure allows for the corner rooms to have multiple vistas in different directions across the city. The room type provides a generous sized bedroom and bathroom, luxury furniture and fittings, ample storage space and complimentary Wi-Fi and toiletries.
This popular room type provides a decent sized bedroom and bathroom, luxury furniture and fittings, ample storage space, and complimentary Wi-Fi and toiletries.
The luxurious Deluxe Suites have separate sleeping, living and dining areas all with superb views across the city.
The roomy Executive Suite is a perfect base for leisure or business visitors, comprising of spacious sleeping, living and dining areas. The room features a flat screen TV, CD and DVD players and a high quality sound system. The marble bathroom has an inbuilt TV and a rain shower with multiple spa functions.
The Peninsula has a well equipped spa with a range of tempting treatments to ease the body, mind and soul into holiday mode. For other relaxation methods guests may take advantage of the sauna, swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool or aromatherapy shower. The hotel has even got its own personal trainer and a nutrition adviser for the health conscious.
The fitness center provides an idea place to let of some steam and boost natural endorphins. Guests may use the cardio-vascular machines, free weights and other equiptment alone or with the aid of a personal trainer or coach. There are lockers, a comfortable changing area and showers available as well as gym clothes for hire and a swimsuit dryer.
The spa offers a range of treatments inspired by Asian, Ayurvedic and western therapies to revitalize your mind, body and soul. Why not sample the Balinese or Swedish massages or an ‘Opulence oxygen infusion facial’. Each treatment begins with a Peninsula tea ceremony followed by a personal consultation and a relaxing foot ritual. The spa therapists are highly trained and use distinguished luxury products.
The large indoor swimming pool measures 65 feet and is heated to an inviting temperature. From the pool swimmers may enjoy views of the Imperial Gardens and Hibiya Park or relax in the large hydrotherapy pool or on luxury sun loungers spread out around the pool.
The hotel has a range of eating and drinking options. Guests may choose to sample the culinary arts of Japanese or Cantonese cuisine or why not converse with your nearest and dearest over an afternoon tea set or a cocktail in the stylish lobby.
Dine in style at Hei Fung Terrace, where traditional Chinese opulence meets Cantonese epicureanism.
Kyoto Tsuruya is the sister restaurant to the well-known Kyoto Kaiseki restaurant awarded three Michelin stars in 2010. This stylish Japanese eatery serves traditional Kaiseki (a light meal served at a tea ceremony) in the contemporary way as a haute cuisine tasting menu.
Any meal at Peter feels like a celebration. The restaurant is decked with luxurious round tables, the finest glass and silverware and contemporary light fixtures, backed by wall-to-wall windows and a 180-degree view towards the Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park, Peter is a sublime dining venue. Expect to find prime cuts of meat, seafood, salads and home cooked dishes on the menu.
The bar serves wines, beers, spirits, cocktails and champagne as well as light snacks. On the tapas-style bar menu you will see treats such as cheese plates, Soba noodles with tempura foie gras and salt and pepper calamari. The drinks menu comprisesof popular and rare beverages as well as the national favorite sake and Korean shochu.
The Lobby serves the famous Peninsula Traditional Afternoon Tea Set- an arrangement of petite cakes, sandwiches and fresh scones with clotted cream, served alongside tea, coffee or champagne.
This attractive cafe and boutique draws attention with its glass encased cake cabinet and stacks of luxury teas, coffees and aperitif and wine bottles. The cafe is the perfect place to stop for lunch, a sweet treat or a caffeine fix. In the shop you can browse for a box of handmade chocolates or premium wine to take home.
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