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The Peninsula Tokyo

1-8-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku

Tokyo

35.67476 139.760578

28 Reviews

First reviewed by Jane

  1. “Great hotel and location ..ask for promotions ..”

    Lenard J

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  2. “The rooms are amazing: the most high-tech and sophisticated. Electronic curtain, LCD TV, TV in bathroom, fax machine, are all standard. But personal touches like lavazza coffee machine, sensorized phone & remote control, and personal mobile phone are great features! Not to mention the electric closet whose lid opens up the moment you step in the toilet compartment! This is the best rooms to be found anywhere in Japan. Mandarin Oriental Tokyo comes very close second, but not to the extent of the details provided at the Pen.Great location: very quiet fronting the Hibiya Park, but only 3 minutes walk to the shopping mecca of Ginza. Subway entry is directly near the hotel.Great service: Mrs. Sanchiko (lobby Manager) will make you completely at home, very personable service; and receptionist to the bellboy and concierge will do their best to accommodate your needs, including finding a sold out ticket for the Chanel Mobile Art exhibition that I inquired. Absolutely fantastic stay. In comparison to other hotels that I've stayed in Tokyo, I will say:Best Room and amenities: PeninsulaBest Service: Mandarin OrientalBest View: Park Hyatt TokyoBest Location: Peninsula and Grand Hyatt at Roppongi Hills”

    Jang Yohanes

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  3. “serenity, room design, view of Tokyo and Imperial Palace, privacy, discreet service”

    Kent

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  4. “I didn't think I could be swayed from the Park Hyatt in Shinjuku, but after three nights here I have a new favorite Tokyo hotel. The staff, service and overall feel/aesthetic were exceptional. The room (a superior) was the perfect size and incorporated technology extremely well without being overbearing. I've never had the option to adjust the humidity (dry to wet) of the ac, or to dial up BBC radio one via streaming audio through the touch of a button. Also, robotic curtains never seem to get old. I also loved the stainless steel (and idiot-proof) espresso machine and all of the other subtle touches that make the Peninsula a standout brand. In terms of location, it was incredibly convenient. The Hibya line will connect you to Roppongi (and the fish market for your early morning sushi cravings) while the Ginza line will get you to Aoyama, Omotesando and Shibuya for some shopping. Also, within quick walking distance is Ginza and the newly developed Marunouchi and Tokyo station.”

    Colin

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  5. “When you take a great global brand like Peninsula and you add on top the particular Japanese expertise for aesthetic and service, then truly you are in hotel heaven. Hibiya is increasingly exciting as well, with many more shops and restaurants. The subway station is accessible from the basement of the hotel making cab free commuting easy, fast and inexpensive. I am lucky enough to travel frequently and stay in many hotels, and this is way up on the list of experiences you have to have. You can see a lot of detail photos of the room at my Japan photoset on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/drbrett/sets/641583/”

    Brett

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  6. “The staff at the concierge desk was excellent very attentive and really nice.The general atmosphere was very good and after just few days I felt like if I were an "old" guest. It felt a sort of home...The lobby is always very lively: a place to see and being seen. Peter's bar is good with a great view.The location is excellent and the electronic equipment in the rooms is very up to date. I also discovered that for the locals The Peninsula is the best "address" in the city, so if you have guests be sure that they would be quite impressed.I loved to stay there, it made my experience of Tokyo really unforgettable.”

    CRISTINA

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  7. “The location: one of the best places to be in Tokyo. Within walking distance of Ginza and Marunouchi. The room (Park View): very spacious and light. The dressing room: huge, with its own valet box for the delivery of newspapers, dry cleaning, etc. The bathroom: immaculate, with a flat-screen TV built into the wall and all controls accessible from the bath. The gadgets: mobile phone (so you can receive calls wherever you are in Tokyo), fax/copier/printer, Lavazza espresso maker, enormous TV, automatic controls for the curtains, and even a nail dryer! The pool: not too busy, with lots of beds and a selection of magazines to browse through if you're not in the mood for exercising. The staff: very friendly and always helpful. Restaurants: Peter (on the 24th floor) had a great selection of wines and a dinner menu that was excellent AND reasonably priced. The views were great, as well.”

    Andrew

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  8. “rooms and service”

    Karen

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  9. “Very well located (convenient that it is above a subway station and also near Tokyo and Yurakucho stations). Nice internal design and very well thought out and well sized rooms.”

    Padraig

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  10. “Amazing rooms, fantastic breakfast. The best hotel I have stayed in.”

    Joshua

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  11. “The spa / pool is incredible, the location ideal for touring (and the transit system) and the staff was beyond helpful!”

    Nelson

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  12. “The room!”

    Ari

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