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
- 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
A great location and a little different to what we Aussies are used to..the hotel starts on the 25th floor, and for a couple of Aussies who’s only Japanese is Arigatou and konichiwa it was easy to check in and find our way around.
Close to Shiodome and Shimbashi stations navigating Tokyo was quite easy from Park Hotel Tokyo with places to eat both western and local within walking distance.
Tip- pay to upgrade to a corner king room with Tower view...we’ll worth it!
Reception on the 25th floor, checking was good but why the need for paper breakfast vouchers these days !! Room a good size for Tokyo, good wifi however shower head on the wall could of been higher. Breakfast choice good with Asian and western choices, a good hotel for business whilst in Tokyo however I have to call out the gym. It only fits 1 person, 3 pieces of kit and you have to pre book for 45 min slots and for a 200 bedroom hotel there is no alternative. Every time I wanted to book it’s was full so I gave up
We stayed at the hotel this past weekend. Originally booked a queen room but it turns out that I booked an artist room. It was a beautiful room. The artist rooms are all on one floor, each one different and painted by a different artist. Upon looking at some of the photos of the rooms, my husband wanted the Mount Fuji room but it was booked. The person that was checking us in suggested that we take the Wabi Sabi room. She wasn't sure we would like it because it is dark. Well the room wasn't dark, but the painting was dark colors. As it turned out, it was perfect. It gave you the feeling of calm, especially with the snow falling outside. In the morning, we got a wonderful surprise, Mount Fuji in the distance. The artists rooms also come with a Gallery Room, which is available only to guests staying on this floor. So coffee, tea, juices during the day and in the morning a danish. It was relaxing to come to this Gallery Room to relax and recharge before heading out for the day. There are other art exhibits on other floors. All the staff was helpful and friendly. I would definitely recommend the hotel and would stay again when in Tokyo. We didn't eat in any of the restaurants, but might try them next time. Thank you for a wonderful stay!
City Twin Room on level 28, view is not too bad! Quiet & clean except carpet rather a little dusty & dirty! Bed rather quite hard & pillow are too soft! Location is convenient but overall is a little expensive! Near Shimbashi & Shiodome station so travelling is not too bad!
We stopped in here for a few days after skiing in Hokkaido. Had a room on the 34th floor - amazing view of the city. Close to trains and subway. Lots of great restaurants nearby. Top notch service from all the staff, very helpful, especially organising our transfer from the airport to the hotel. Average size rooms but really nicely done, especially if you are on the art floor. Only down side is it is a long way to Narita airport, okay from Hands airport.