The Peninsula Tokyo Discover the Hotel

Standing 24 stories high opposite the Imperial Palace and superbly located in the prestigious financial district of Marunouchi, The Peninsula Tokyo offers commanding city views, luxurious comfort, sophisticated facilities, extraordinary dining and the legendary Peninsula service.

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Hotel HIGHLIGHTS

  • Transportation

    Style, service and sophistication are provided to guests of The Peninsula Tokyo both at the hotel and whilst travelling throughout the city. The hotel houses a stunning fleet of luxury vehicles including two Rolls-Royce Extended Wheelbase Phantoms, one immaculately restored 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II, an Audi R8 and two BMW 750 Lis. All Peninsula vehicles have been customised and don the signature Peninsula Brewster Green. In 2011, The Peninsula Tokyo welcomed two new MINI Cooper S Clubmans to the hotel’s impressive fleet.

  • Peninsula Academy

    Following its successful launch at The Peninsula Hong Kong in 1997 and groupwide thereafter, The Peninsula Academy has expanded and developed into one of the world’s most experiential guest activity programmes. Registered guests at any of the group’s nine hotels in Asia and the USA may take advantage of an exciting new array of personalised classes, tours and activities designed from a local perspective and highlighting key aspects of each location’s culture, heritage, lifestyle, cuisine, arts and more. Younger guests are not forgotten, as each destination offers fun and educational classes tailored especially for them.

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  • The Peninsula Moments Campaign

    The Peninsula Hotels brings the best of each unique destination to guests with style, sophistication and elegance. As much about the destination as about the hotel itself, “Peninsula Moments” showcases the very best and most unique aspects of each city with style, sophistication and elegance, to reflect an authentic sense of destination.

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Hotel MOMENTS

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