Park Hotel Tokyo
What We Love
- Free WiFi throughout the property
- Michelin-starred Restaurant Tateru Yoshino Shiodomé, serving French-fusion fare
- THANN Sanctuary spa, rated one of the “Hot 55 Spas of the World” by Condé Nast Traveler
- Central location, just minutes from Tokyo Tower and Hamarikyu Garden
What To Know
- Fitness center is available by appointment and costs JPY 500 (about $5) for 45 minutes
- Self-parking is JPY 2,000 (about $20) per night
- Lobby is located on the 25th floor of the massive multi-use tower
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- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Smack in the middle of the Shiodome district, the 274-room Park Hotel Tokyo occupies 10 floors of a mixed-use tower, welcoming guests with five on-site restaurants — including the Michelin-starred Restaurant Tateru Yoshino Shiodomé — as well as the top-rated THANN Sanctuary spa, and panoramic views from every vantage. Part of the Design Hotels™ group, this business-class pad takes décor seriously, with original Monique Le Houelleur artwork and a palette of saturated crimson, blue and green woven throughout interior spaces. In a nod to Mother Nature, a soaring 10-floor atrium houses indigenous plant life — a change of pace from the glass-paned jungle just outside.
In the Area
Chic Shiodome has come a long way in the past decade. Once a marshland and railway terminal, the region near Ginza and Tokyo Bay has been reborn in recent years as a hub of art and commerce. Browse the museums and shops that fill Caretta Shiodome, a popular retail complex within the 51-story Dentsu Building”, or visit the top floor of nearby Shiodome City Center for an elegant dinner overlooking the district. For a reprieve from urban endeavors, don’t miss the expansive landscaped gardens at neighboring Hama Rikyu.
How to Get There
The hotel is nicely situated on the top floors of a high rise in the Shiodome area. It is easy to get in and out of and you have so many options to get to the airports.
The hotel is clean as you would expect and the staff is very helpful. Internet is good and there is a small desk area in the room to work from. The big windows overlooking the city are great!
The hotel does not have much personality but is not necessarily meant to. It is meant to be an excellent option for business and tour travel. You are walking distance to a more working class neighborhood by the Shimbashi station so if you want a quick bite to eat or a drink with a local feel it works well. Don't expect much from the food options at the hotel.
This hotel is amazing in all respects. The rooms are comfortable, the staff is amazing-so helpful and accommodating. One of the staff (Ketty) took me downstairs to be sure I got a taxi to my proper destination. Good restaurants. Be sure to say hi to Kenji In the Whiskey Bar. He knows his beer, scotch and whiskey!
The hotel is in a great location, is immaculately clean, well maintained and the staff were incredibly helpful. We stayed on the Tokyo Tower side and had immense views of Tokyo and Mt. Fuji in the distance!
The only (tiny) thing we didn’t love was the pillows were a bit odd (they had a hard layer on the underside which felt a bit like small pieces of wood). And the super comfortable bed was so massive it could have done with 2 extra pillows... but this is being uber picky!!