The Peninsula Tokyo, 1-8-1 Yuraku-Cho, Tokyo, Japan
Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Ginza, The Peninsula Tokyo promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. To be found at the hotel are 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, wheelchair accessible, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find television LCD/plasma screen, carpeting, mirror, slippers, separate living room. Enjoy the hotel's recreational facilities, including hot tub, fitness center, indoor pool, spa, massage, before retiring to your room for a well-deserved rest. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at The Peninsula Tokyo.
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The hotel is located in Hibiya, facing onto Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace. It is perfect location for both business and leisure travelers. It is only five minutes drive to the prestigious business district, Marunouchi and a few hundreds meters away to the shopping capital of Tokyo, Ginza district. It takes just one minute from Hibiya Subway Station and a few minutes from JR Yurakucho train station.
Deluxe Rooms are 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. Complimentary high speed internet access and a host of high-tech amenities make this room the perfect environment for work or leisure. 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 rooms measure 54 square meters / 579 square feet with a king size bed or two twin beds.
Four restaurants offer Chinese, Japanese and International cuisine and "The Peninsula Boutique Café" serves light meals during the day. "Peter" is situated on the top floor and provides international cuisine and drinks at the contemporary designed space. From the bar space, it has unobstructed views of Tokyo skyline, while guests are able to enjoy views of Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park from the dinning. The Chinese restaurant serves authentic Cantonese cuisine and the interior decoration following a Suzhou garden in China is also remarkable. The objects made of stones, wooden furniture and pillars, bird cages hang from ceiling make guests feel like being in a real outside garden. The Japanese restaurant is unit of a famous Kaiseki restaurant in Kyoto. British afternoon tea service is available at "The Lobby" in same style with its well-known flagship, The Peninsula Hong-Kong.
It is a modern, 24-storey building in brown color on Harumi-dori Avenue and Naka-dori Avenue. The main entrance faces Hibiya-street and opposite side of Imperial Palace.
After welcomed by bell persons in white uniform, which is iconic of The Peninsula, guests will find two floor-highet lobby lounge with live music some time. To the left side of the lobby, there is reception desk, while lifts for banquet rooms and for the rooftop restaurant are located on right back.
The spa facility in collaboration with ESPA is one of the features and occupies 900 square meters on the 5th and 6th floors. It provides several types of treatments from European to Ayurvedic in private room. Needless to say, it has full range of fitness facilities and a 20 meters indoor swimming pool has outdoor balcony where green view of Hibiya Park and Imperial Garden is available. With well-trainned therapists, high quality spa facilities and relaxation space, it is a real oasis for travellers. The hotel is perfect choice for travelers looking for prime location and relaxing space.
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