Some of the most spacious (and pricey) rooms in Tokyo can be found at The Peninsula, a 24-storey rose-tinted tower inspired by a Japanese lantern. Expect unwavering service, panoramic views from the rooftop restaurant, legendary afternoon teas and a convenient location in Yurakucho.
Delicate Japanese kaiseki is served in Kyoto Tsuruya while the snaking queue for its afternoon tea in the lobby is legendary. For a swisher experience, head to the top floor bar and restaurant, Peter (named after the Peninsula chief operating officer), home to chrome tree installations, futuristic seating and 360-degree views.
Hei Fung Terrace
The Peninsula Boutique & Café
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