The Peninsula Tokyo
Scale of 90-100
Stylish 314-room hotel opposite the Imperial Palace, a short walk from the shopping district of Ginza. Interior designer Yukio Hashimoto married Japanese and contemporary elements in rooms that feature cherry wood, red and black lacquer, marble, stone and the finest silk. Executive Suites include separate living rooms with dining tables, spacious dressing rooms and baths with rainfall showers and built-in TVs. Restaurant options include Hei Fung Terrace for Cantonese cuisine in a garden setting, Kyoto Tsuruya for kaiseki fare and rooftop Peter for international dishes and dramatic city views; plus chic Peter: The Bar. Lavish spa, gym with personal trainers and 65-foot indoor heated swimming pool.
Read the full review from our editors.
Convenient location, comfortable rooms and views over the gardens of the Imperial Palace.
The ’80s-vintage décors need updating; service can be imprecise and distant.
Good to Know
It’s better to order a room service breakfast than to wait for a table and to suffer slow service in the extremely busy lobby restaurant.
The Peninsula Tokyo Features:
- Airport transfers
- Children welcome
- Fitness center
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Deluxe Room, $900; Editor’s Choice: Executive Suite, $1,300.
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