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The Peninsula Tokyo

  • 1–8–1 Yuraku-cho Map It
  • Chiyoda-ku
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  • First-class room interiors
  • Luxurious details
  • Wonderful spa
  • Great service


  • High prices
  • Public areas can be crowded

Published 12/10/2015

Fodor's Review

From the staff in caps and sharp suits, often assisting guests from a Rolls-Royce shuttling to and from Narita, to the shimmering gold glow emitting from the top floors, the 24-floor Peninsula Tokyo exudes elegance and grace. The rooms include all sorts of glamorous touches like red-lacquered elm desks, cell phones for use during your visit, flat-screen TVs in the bathroom, and separate soaking tubs. Bedside panels with remote controls allow you to tweak the room's ambience from the comfort of your bed. Tall windows afford pleasant views of the downtown financial district. Another amazing view can be found from the top-floor lounge, Peter, which serves European cuisine. For those seeking a kaiseki-style tasting menu, there's Kyoto Tsuruya, which serves dishes that change with the seasons. The Seven Seas Pacific Aviation Lounge, a meeting and events space, has fantastic night views and exhibits certain to entertain airplane buffs. Kids should like the hotel-wide interactive adventure dedicated to Pokemon.

Hotel Information


1–8–1 Yuraku-cho, Tokyo, 100-0006, Japan

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Hotel Details:

  • 267 rooms, 47 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 12/10/2015

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Apr 9, 2015

Return to Tokyo Business Travel Heaven

Recently (late March - early April, '15), truly enjoyed a most efficient and pleasurable five night Tokyo business travel stay at this familiar and cherished property. It had been awhile since my (our) last stay at the Peninsula, Tokyo. Special as ever. My corporate rate package included a gratefully accepted upgrade to a corner Deluxe Suite lodging. (Upgrade perhaps partially due to an advance corporate booking made during an earlier working stay

this year at the Peninsula, Hong Kong, soon followed by a holiday Valentine's Day weekend at the Pen, Bangkok. Yes, we are long-time fans of the Peninsula group for work and holiday; wondrous friends, management and staff.) The Deluxe Suite at the Pen, Tokyo was put to good use during my days of meetings, as the loved one was also in attendance; she enjoyed spending time with some Kyoto-based friends who were in Tokyo (and staying at the Okura Tokyo; another property we love). Seamless service at the Pen, Tokyo from check-in to check-out. (And will add check-out entailed an immediate Easter weekend stay at the sublime Aman, Tokyo; more later on that serene sanctuary.) Only downside to this recent Peninsula stay: my current Tokyo business travel is all of every ~ six months. Love Tokyo for work and holiday; savour your Peninsula times.

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