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Guest floor corridors reference the streets of old Kyoto, with floor lights and granite and mirror panels set into the walls resembling water, while the carpets feature a woven kimono thread pattern. Full review →
Stylish hotel opposite the Imperial Palace, a three-minute walk from the shopping district of Ginza. Full review →
Can't get much better than this Maranouchi local just a stone's throw from Ginza shopping, across from Imperial Palace.
The big draw is its location across the street from the Imperial Palace and a short stroll from the center of Ginza.There are 314 guest rooms going up to the 24th floor, but be sure to nab a high one and be specific about a palace view, or you could end up staring at office buildings.
Built of amber Namibian granite, this property garners a pair of perfect scores. Full review →
The rooms are excessively techie, even for Japan, with inventive buttons: valet box delivery, outdoor temperature, wind speed, Internet radio, fax machine, and room humidity. Full review →
Completed in 2008, this highly reputed 24-story hotel is close to the Imperial Palace East Gardens, Hibiya Park, and Tokyo International Forum.
From the staff in caps and sharp suits... to the shimmering gold glow emitting from the top floors, the 24-floor Peninsula Tokyo exudes elegance and grace. Full review →
A 24-story traditional Japanese lantern at the entrée to the Marunouchi and Ginza neighborhoods. Full review →
The emphasis here is on the rooms, and, in this the Peninsula excels. Full review →
This art-driven hotel enjoys beautiful views over the Imperial Palace Gardens and Hibiya Park. Full review →
Across the street from the Imperial Palace, the Peninsula delivers crisp service and luxe looks. Full review →
One almost gets a feeling of guilty extravagance when sprawling out in the Peninsula’s vast rooms. Full review →
In an enviable position opposite the Imperial Palace Outer Garden and Hibiya Park. Full review →
This very swanky new addition to Tokyo's increasingly crowded luxury hotel scene offers an unbeatable location.
In a prestigious location, near the Marunouchi financial district and Ginza shopping haven, this Peninsula property is a 24-story freestanding entity, glowing like a Japanese lantern Full review →Gorgeous baths complete with tubs boasting granite waterfall spouts and spa music capabilities with the touch of a button, robes, slippers, scales, magnifying mirrors, hair dryers, glass shower stalls and cable TVs. Choose a Deluxe Corner room or an Executive or Deluxe Suite to enjoy baths with natural light streaming in from large windows.
Expect unwavering service, panoramic views from the rooftop restaurant, legendary afternoon teas and a convenient location in Yurakucho. Full review →
Facing Kokyo Gaien National Garden, and located near Hibiya Park, The Peninsula Tokyo is surrounded by greenery. Full review →
The Peninsula Tokyo wowed travelers when it opened September 2007, book-ending the city’s hotel boom. Full review →
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