The Peninsula Tokyo

Superbly located in the prestigious business district of Marunouchi, opposite the Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park and within minutes’ walk of the shopping capital of Ginza, The Peninsula Tokyo offers commanding city views, luxurious comfort, sophisticated facilities, extraordinary dining options and the legendary Peninsula service.


The 24-storey rose-tinted tower, created by Kazukiyo Sato and inspired by a Japanese lantern, is smoothly designed, with marble walkways, Japanese-inspired artworks and leafy views. It is as epic in size as it is opulent: from the 314 spacious bedrooms to the five restaurants, two ballrooms and wedding chapel.

Among the city’s most spacious. Large windows frame views over the Imperial Gardens and beyond. Exquisite traces of traditional Japanese design are evident among the uniform five-star modernity – from the white lanterns to the modern calligraphy on the walls.

Superior Rooms are the epitome of modern luxury infused with traditional Japanese culture and aesthetics. A large seating area allows guests to enjoy the wide flat-screen plasma TV in cocooned comfort and the king-size bed is swathed in luxurious linens and subtly patterned silks. The modern bathroom adorned in marble and natural stone is equipped with a separate shower, deep bathtub and a spacious dressing area.

The spacious Deluxe Room is the most popular room category with guests. Styled with soft greys and earth tones it boasts a large dedicated seating area with a dining table, subtle recessed ceiling lights and contemporary floor and table lamps. The room also features a spacious self-contained dressing room with a unique vanity fabricated of linear bands of gold and blonde local wood.

Deluxe Park View Rooms have a magnificent panorama overlooking the Imperial Palace Gardens or Hibiya Park with a visual impact both inside and out. Rich tones and natural wood predominate, accented by traditional lacquer touches set against the picture-perfect views from the full-height windows with the best views in the city. The rooms are fully equipped with the latest high-tech amenities, complimentary wired and wireless Internet access and fingertip room controls.

Grand Deluxe rooms are sleek and stylish, offering bright and airy spaces with unobstructed views of Hibiya Park or the Imperial Palace Gardens. Comfort is at every guest’s fingertip, from convenient bedside panels that allow guests to adjust temperature and mood lighting, to all-in-one copy machines, dual IDD lines and complimentary high-speed Internet access.

Executive Suites’ separate living and sleeping areas allow these suites to luxuriously fulfil the needs of leisure and business guests alike. The living room has impressive views over Ginza and is perfect for entertaining with a dining table for four, plush sofas and comfortable armchairs. A wooden door effectively provides privacy for the bedroom and magnificent bathroom which can transform into a private spa with rain shower and in-built TV at a touch of a button for the ultimate in luxury living.

As its name suggests, The Marunouchi Suite has unparalleled views of Marunouchi Naka-dori avenue. Featuring sleek contemporary furniture in subtle tones, the suite is bathed in natural light streaming through the picture windows, whilst the mood lighting can be set to different levels to create an intimate environment in the evenings. Thoughtfully designed to meet guest needs, detailed touches have been considered such as convenient places for phones, chargers and keys.

All rooms of the Hibiya Suite have magnificent garden and city skyline views, most with wraparound picture windows for unobstructed panoramas. The living room is replete with a host of sumptuous furnishings, seating nooks for quiet contemplation, marble floors and exquisite deep pile area rugs providing warmth and colour. A dining room with a grand table can seat 12 diners in a contemporary Japanese environment.

Guests staying at the magnificent Peninsula Suite can rightly say they have reached the height of privilege, as this suite epitomises the ultimate in Peninsula service and tradition. Guests can relax on the sun-drenched private balcony whilst appreciating the most spectacular views. Styled throughout in contemporary Japanese minimalism, the suite is a statement in understated opulence with a grand piano, deep-pile carpets and floor-to-ceiling windows. The contemporary dining room can seat 12, and guests can enjoy the ultimate Japanese experience with a private Tea Ceremony conducted in their suite.

From classic to contemporary, The Peninsula Tokyo offers guests a worldly selection of dining options from the celebrated Peninsula Afternoon Tea in The Lobby and casual continental fare at The Peninsula Boutique & Café, to refined Cantonese cuisine at Hei Fung Terrace and the centuries-old art of Kaiseki at Kyoto Tsuruya. The Peninsula also takes hotel dining to new heights with its sky-scraping options.

Peter offers the ultimate backdrop for a business lunch or a place to recharge after a day of exploring the vibrant heart of Tokyo. Peter pulses with energy as diners come to savour its delicious grilled fare, from premium cuts of meat and fresh seafood including 40-day Japanese dry-aged striploin or Kagoshima pork Kurobuta to grilled Hokkaido scallops. Perched high on the 24th floor with stellar views of Tokyo’s Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park.

Hei Fung Terrace is the ultimate location for sophisticated Cantonese dining in Tokyo with its interior reminiscent of an exotic Suzhou garden. At lunch, bamboo baskets are filled with both classic favourites and the chefs’ own innovative interpretations. Dinner signatures include sliced Moromi pork with dark vinegar and minced garlic Szechuan paste and chilled sliced sea conch with spring onion, cucumber and coriander.

Kyoto Tsuruya at Peninsula Tokyo is sister to the famous, three Michelin Star Kyoto restaurant which, over the last century, has served diners from around the world intrigued by Kaiseki cuisine. Choose to sit at the stone top Tempura bar, another divine speciality of Kyoto Tsuruya, which wraps around the open kitchen allowing you a front row seat to watch skilled chefs preparing one of Japan’s oldest and most loved cuisine.

Revitalise your mind, body and spirit and immerse yourself in refined holistic treatments inspired by Oriental, Ayurvedic and European philosophies at the chic Peninsula Spa. Dive into the 20-metre indoor heated pool with views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park, or make the most of the Fitness Centre’s cutting-edge equipment and expert personal trainers.