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Superbly located opposite the Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park in Marunouchi district, and within minutes' walk of the shopping capital of Ginza, The Peninsula Tokyo offers commanding views of the Japanese capital skyline, sophisticated facilities, extraordinary dining options and the legendary Peninsula service.
Taking the design brief “international in design, but Japanese by inspiration”, interior designer Yukio Hashimoto intertwines rich earth tone colors, woods, lacquer, marble and stone with design and functionality to create a luxurious living environment.
The Peninsula Tokyo was named a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel for the fourth consecutive year, one of only four in the capital to receive the coveted ranking in the publisher’s annual announcement of the world’s finest properties. The hotel’s Peninsula Spa also received Forbes Five-Star status for the fifth year in a row, one of only two in Tokyo. In addition, The Peninsula Tokyo has been ranked as #1 Best Hotel in Tokyo for the second consecutive year in the 2018 Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards, honoring the top travel destinations and companies around the globe as rated by its readers.
address1-8-1 Yurakucho Chiyoka-ku, Tokyo 100-0006 Japan
The Peninsula Tokyo is directly connected to Hibiya Station offering access to four major train lines- Hibiya, Chiyoda, Toei Mita, Yurakucho from exits A6 and A7. In addition, it is a two-minute walk from the JR Yurakucho Station.
Guestrooms, Five Restaurants, One Bar, Spa and Fitness Facility, Banquet and Meeting Rooms, Wedding Facilities
A signature restaurant of all Peninsula hotels, The Lobby is where the world meets Tokyo and Tokyo meets the world. The heart of the hotel offers a welcoming environment ideal for all-day dining, with the celebrated Peninsula Afternoon tea served to live music. The Lobby offers international favorites for breakfast, lunch, iconic Afternoon Tea and dinner.
Set in a circular interior with a dramatic modern crystal chandelier as its focal point, The Lobby exudes modern Japan. Japanese interior designer, Yukio Hashimoto uses beige marble, warm earth tone colors and gold with natural wood and dramatic high ceilings to enhance the dining experience.
The Peninsula Tokyo offers 314 guestrooms, including 47 suites, with its guestrooms among the largest and most technologically advanced in Tokyo, offering stunning views of the city, the Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park. Interior design intertwines rich earth tone colours, woods, lacquer, marble and stone with design and functionality to create a luxurious living environment described as “international in design, but Japanese by inspiration.”
Peninsula’s legendary focus on technology is evident throughout the guestrooms, from the personal nail dryers in each dressing room, to the bathrooms, which turn into spa environments at the touch of a button. Guestrooms feature a wired phone, which can be synchronised with guests’ personal mobile phones to enable the automatic transfer of incoming calls via Bluetooth synchronisation to any handset in the room, and to make Skype calls in addition to regular calls.
Occupying the sixth floor of the The Peninsula Tokyo with a spa reception area, nine treatment rooms, and separate changing, relaxation and Thermal Suite areas for men and women, The Peninsula Spa offers a deeply personalized spa experience to both hotel guests and day-use visitors.
Located on the fifth floor, the fitness center and pool area complete the 900 sq m / 9,688 sq ft facility. The fitness center offers the latest equipment for weight training and cardio strengthening, while the 20 m / 66 ft indoor heated swimming pool and vitality pool with balcony provide views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park.
The Peninsula Spa
Hei Fung Terrace, Cantonese Restaurant
Located on the second floor and designed by Henry Leung of Chhada Siembieda Leung Ltd., Hei Fung Terrace offers authentic Cantonese cuisine set in a Suzhou garden theme, reiterating the hotel’s proximity to the Imperial Gardens. Open daily for lunch and dinner and offering 81 seats for main dining and three private dining rooms, two of them offering views of the Imperial Gardens, it is ideal for any occasion. Unique to Hei Fung Terrace is The Peninsula Chinese Chefs’ Table. Located inside the kitchen area, this private room provides a bird’s eye view of the chefs in action.
Peter, Grill Restaurant
The dazzling rooftop grill restaurant, Peter, prime-cut meats, seafood, salads and home-style side dishes in a sensual, contemporary space offering breathtaking 180-degree views of Tokyo and the Imperial Palace Gardens. Designed by the renowned US and Canadian architecture and design team Yabu Pushelberg, Peter stretches the imagination with its chrome polished trees, round “pod” concealing semi-private dining area and an interactive video wall providing images and entertainment.
Located on basement level one with direct access to the Hibiya train station is The Peninsula Boutique & Café, open daily. Designed by Brennan Beer Gorman Monk and with 42 seats it serves an à la carte all-day dining menu. With take-out options available, it is easy to stop by and pick up something quick on the way to work or home.
Executive Pastry Chef Pascal Cialdella creates the hotel’s own cakes, pastries and breads. While the famous Peninsula Chocolatier chocolates, teas and gift items are available for purchase, ideal as a gift is The Peninsula Tokyo’s exclusive Signature products including beer, sake and whiskey. In addition, The Peninsula Tokyo offers the Peninsula teddy bear dressed in a traditional Japanese yukata, rice crackers and the popular XO Sauce.