The Peninsula Tokyo

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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.

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The Peninsula Spa by ESPA is Japan’s first branded ESPA spa. ESPA has created exclusive treatments and products tailored for Peninsula guests, and ESPA-branded products are the sole product line offered. The treatments draw upon Eastern and Western wellness and relaxation philosophies, emphasizing a back-to-basics approach with authentic treatments delivered by highly trained therapists.

Designed by Japanese interior designer Yukio Hashimoto, The Peninsula Spa by ESPA is feminine and soft. Using warm earthy tones of gold and chocolate, beige marble, dark woods, “Aji-ishi” Japanese granite stone from Kagawa Prefecture and “washi” paper light fixtures, a perfect balance of Japanese influence and contemporary flair are fused.


In time-strapped Tokyo, location is all, and being in the heart of the business district, The Peninsula Health Club Centre offers every fitness convenience. Both male and female hotel guests will love the state-of-the-art equipment, with built-in personal televisions and sound systems, together with access to personal trainers. The visually striking indoor pool is 20-metres long with an adjacent Vitality Pool.


The Peninsula Tokyo has a dedicated wedding planner. In addition to its own chapel and traditional Japanese ceremony room, there are several elegant event spaces for nuptials including the Grand Ballroom with its stunning square-shaped crystal chandeliers and natural light. The hotel’s chefs can prepare an Asian or Western menu or dishes from both cultures (sake tastings, noodle stations, steak and lobster, etc.). And couples can arrive in style via the hotel’s vintage 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II.


Superior Room

The Superior Rooms are the entry level rooms but they are not short on luxury. It has a King sized bed, marbled bathroom and a flat screen TV inside the bathroom. The striking feature is that the TV mutes itself when the bathroom phone rings! The seating area is very spacious and the in-room features include plasma TV, dining table for two persons, work desk and complimentary wireless internet. The other notable inclusions in the room are luggage rack, coffee table, in-room safe, mood lighting and dressing area with radio.

Deluxe Room

TThese rooms are the most popular with the tourists as they are slightly larger in size than the superior rooms. The rooms are ideal for leisure travelers. The guests will love the complimentary wireless internet and the in-room wireless phones which can handle Skype and even function like a mobile phone when you make your important outgoing calls.

Deluxe Corner Room

These rooms seem to be the playground of the interior designer. The bathroom and the bedroom windows have been used to create the Deluxe Corner room. The two windows face two different directions. The corner windows have some really amazing views of Ginza and Marunouchi and the entrance of the room is quite an imposing one too.

Grand Deluxe Room

The rooms are very stylish and elegant looking and they overlook the Hibiya Park. The rooms have wide-screen plasma TVs’, a good sound system, movie library, bedside controls and mood lighting. The business executives will fall in love with these rooms as the rooms feature a large desk, a fax machine, dual line telephones and free high-speed broadband access.

Executive Suite

The rooms are good for both the business and leisure travelers. You will enjoy sitting on the large plush sofa, the wide screen plasma TV, DVD player and the sound system. The bathroom is fully marbled and is fitted with a TV and a rain shower. One touch of a button and you will have a Spa environment. The living cum dining area is very spacious and overlooks the Ginza.

Deluxe Suite

The suites enjoy a great view of the Imperial Palace Gardens. The highly spacious living area presents a ‘home’ like atmosphere. The bathroom is fully marbled and naturally lit. There are adequate windows in the bathroom and there is a separate dressing room too. The room is designed in such a manner that each and every guest can maintain some sort of privacy. The Deluxe Suite can be made larger, if need arises, by connecting it to a Grand Deluxe Room.

Marunouchi Suite

This is a very large and spacious room at 109sqm. The room has been designed keeping in mind the tastes of different customers. There are special places for phones and chargers and the bathroom has a separate shower. There are three levels of mood lighting in this room.

Hibiya Suite

There are many travelers who are looking to an extra level of luxury and comfort in their rooms. The calmness of the Hibiya suites will definitely impress everybody. The entrance itself is very impressive which leads to a King sized bedroom. The bathroom is fully marbled and it has a whirlpool bath too. The dining room, the living room and the kitchen are all very spacious and thoughtfully designed.

Peninsula Suite

The Peninsula Suite is best known for its huge dining space and the grand piano. The living room is spacious too and there is a sense of exclusiveness associated with this room. You can relax in the balcony soaking in the morning sun. The beautiful view of the Hibiya Park and Imperial Gardens from the balcony of this suite is simply incomparable.

Gastronomy & Bar

From traditional Afternoon Tea in the lofty elegance of our ultra-modern Lobby, to the breathtaking bird’s eye view of metro Tokyo from Peter on the 24th floor, The Peninsula brings a new dimension to fashionable dining in Tokyo.

The exceptional service and refreshingly innovative cuisine appeal as much to the international guests as to our local customers. Elegant private dining options ranging from authentic Chinese cuisine to the funky experience at Peter serving internationally inspired cuisine.

Naturally Peninsula – True to the Peninsula Wellness philosophy, Naturally Peninsula cuisine appeals to the five sense of sight, sound, touch, taste and smell, the perfect complement to staying in a leading five-star hotel.

Holiday Season’s Programme

Celebrate the holidays with The Peninsula Tokyo and avoid the hustle and bustle of hectic holiday preparations. Enjoy seasonal activities including festive meals and a special New Year’s Eve celebration with dinner and dancing.


Tokyo’s hippest restaurant and bar with breathtaking city views through the floor-to-ceiling windows; with innovative internationally-inspired cuisine appeals as much to the sophisticated palate of Tokyo’s gourmet and visitors alike.

Hei Fung Terrace

Inspired by The Peninsula Hong Kong’s Spring Moon Restaurant for the discerning Cantonese cuisine lover. Headed by Chef Chi Keung Tang, the Hei Fung Terrace has brought the very best authentic food, served in the traditional cool elegance of Suzhou garden.

The Lobby

The beating heart of the hotel, where at teatime, enjoy the famous Peninsula Traditional Afternoon Tea. Other drinks and meals are available and served all day with live music in the afternoon.

The Peninsula Boutique and Café

Need a present or just a sandwich, this has everything you need; from beautifully-wrapped box of hand-made chocolates, to delicious deli food to eat in or take out.

Kyoto Tsuruya

Enjoy a sophisticated dinning experience, inspired by its famous sister restaurant Kyoto Kaiseki. Traditionally Kaiseki is referred to a light meal served at a Japanese tea ceremony, now the term used to describe an haute cuisine.


The Peninsula Tokyo

1-8-1 Yurakucho
Chiyoda Tokyo Prefecture 100-0006,
+81-3 6270-2888


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