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The Peninsula Tokyo is very close to the Tokyo Imperial Palace and just a three-minute walk from the Ginza shopping district. You will enjoy a breathtaking view of the city, combined with luxurious comfort and numerous amenities, as well as exceptional dining options, of course with the legendary Peninsula service.
Unusually for Tokyo, The Peninsula is a stand-alone hotel (many luxury hotels in the city only occupy the top levels of a skyscraper). So it might come as no surprise that the hotel is as epic as it is luxurious: with 314 spacious rooms, five restaurants, two ballrooms, and a wedding chapel.
Among the most spacious in town, the rooms blend the exquisite traces of traditional Japanese design with five-star modernity - from the earthy color palette and bamboo-woven ceilings, to the white lanterns and abstract artwork.
Tender Japanese kaiseki is served in Kyoto Tsuruya, innovative Cantonese dishes on the Hei Fung terrace and legendary afternoon teas in the atmospheric lobby with exquisite seasonal teas and cakes.
Pamper yourself at The Peninsula Spa Tokyo with treatments at the ultra-modern spa, such as the Keihatsu Enlightenment Massage, which uses Shiatsu techniques. You can then cool off in the indoor pool or in the adjoining vitality pool with a view of the gardens of the Imperial Palace.