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|"Beautiful hotel, superb location, wonderful staff."||(in 28 reviews)|
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The Peninsula is the Peninsula for a reason. From the moment you pull up to the door there is exceptional service through to check in. I was at the Tokyo Peninsula for 1 day on the end of my four month trip around asia and would have stayed longer but the Coronavirus had just shut down all the museums and i started my trip off in Tokyo so only needed one evening there to fly in and out of the city. I had walked by the hotel on my first stay in the city 4 months early and admired it from the outside and its location. It’s perfectly situated across the gardens and in the Gonzalez distract. Once inside tea time was buzzing. I checked in and was treated with kindness and warmth. The concierge assisted me in making my dinner reservation for the evening. The front desk staff showed me around my amazing room. It was so luxurious and plush and comfortable. I almost wanted to stay inside the entire day in bed and to take a bath in the insane tub because it was do perfect but with just one day I wanted to explore Ginza and all its stores. When i got back to the room after a long day out the bed was perfectly turned down, slippers out, water out, and the few things I left on the bed when i rushed out where hung up. What a treat!. Also worth noting - the gym was a great place to visit before hitting a long flight in the morning. I cant wait to come back to Tokyo and visit the Peninsula again when I have more time to stay in the city.
This is a fantastic hotel. Location is perfect, near amazing food and shopping (not that we did any, but anyway). Very attentive staff, as expected in a hotel of this dignity. Great concierge service, got some good input on things to see and do, as well as some help with our Shinkansen itinerary.
Rooms are beautiful, but just a little dated. Carpet is a little old fashioned nowadays, a hard floor is much nicer. Breakfast is a' la carte or room service only. No breakfast buffet available.
Everything went well. The Peninsula Tokyo never disappoints me. Will continue to stay at this property
The only complain I have would be the water temperature of the shower at times is unstable.
Breakfast was good and much and rich of taste
Staff are beauty
Bed was so comfortable. Staff are all welcome and friendly. Location was great, not too busy but easy to go everywhere.
Tokyo Hotels’ The Peninsula Tokyo not only provides guests with five-star accommodations and high-end amenities. It opens up the city for guests, providing them with the knowledge and access needed to enjoy the capital city.
The Peninsula’s concierge service works hard to show off the finest parts of Tokyo, from its art galleries and historical sites to the lavish shopping and booming nightlife. The Keys to the City is an experimental program provided by the hotel to give guests hints and tips to experiences that only Tokyo can offer.
When it’s not pointing guests to the must-see attractions, the hotel is providing guests with luxurious and relaxing accommodations. Travelers can indulge in modern furnishings in rooms that promote comfort with a Japanese touch. Marble and stone bathrooms feature deep-soak bathtubs and rain showers. Guests will have stunning views of Tokyo in rooms that measure from 579 up to 3,730 sq. ft.
The hotel provides a flat-screen TV, dedicated seating area, complimentary WiFi, and access to the on-site swimming pool. Dining at The Peninsula can be done at Peter, Kyoto Tsuruya, The Peninsula Boutique & Cafe, or in the comfort of the room with in-room dining
The Peninsula is near many Tokyo sites and attractions, shopping, fine and casual dining, and a boisterous nightlife. Hibiya Park, the Imperial Theater, Yuraku Inari Shrine, the Hibiya Chanter, and Dai-Ichi Life Museum are all within walking distance, making the capital easy to access from the high-end hotel.
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