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 and Peter, which offers 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 offers fantastic night views and exhibits certain to entertain airplane buffs, and access to Hibiya Park, one of Tokyo's nicest green spaces, is a snap by foot.