Park Hotel Tokyo
At a Glance
Incredible collection and commitment to showcasing contemporary Japanese artists
Park Hotel has a designated 'art floor' where each individual room is designed by a contemporary Japanese artist
Each guest room boasts large windows providing fantastic views over the sprawling metropolis of Tokyo
There are two fantastic restaurants at Park Hotel with Michelin starred chefs at their helm
Lovely and relaxing spa treatments available at the authentic Thai Spa, THANN
Best time to Visit
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Tokyo kicks off its year with cold winter days and the odd snowfall. Although temperatures occasionally drop below freezing, winter (December to February) is usually reasonable. Spring (March to May) brings pleasant, warm days, and, of course, cherry blossoms – early April is probably the best time to view the blooms. Summer (June to August) is hot and muggy. Late June can see torrential rains. The temperature and humidity are at their worst in August. Apart from spring, autumn (September to November) is the most pleasant season as temperatures cool down to a cosy level and days are often clear and fine. Fall also means the return of the dramatic foliage season, when the parks and green areas of the city mellow into varying hues of orange and red.
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Park Hotel is a fantastic option in Tokyo and offers a rarity in the city of being both a design hotel and affordable in one. With a great central location and focus on art, this is a brilliant base especially for anyone that is a modern culture vulture.
Park Hotel Tokyo is located in the business district of the city but offers an incredibly convenient location and access to many of the main tourist destinations including Tokyo Tower, Ginza and Hamarikyu.
As a member of Design Hotels, the rooms at Park Hotel boast elegant clean lines and fantastic views over the city provided through their large frame like windows. Luxurious THANN products are available in each room and uniquely there is also an 'art floor' where each room has been transformed by an individual Japanese contemporary artist, truly providing an immersive experience.
There are a number of fantastic dining options available at Park Hotel offering both local and international cuisines. Restaurants are located on the 25th floor meaning that guests are not only pampering their palates at meal times, but are also treated to stunning views over the city's skyline.
The concierge team at Park Hotel are well equipped to ensure an enjoyable stay offering plenty of suggestions when deciding on the best site seeing and restaurants to visit. Alongside this they also offer fantastic excursions such as Sake tasting and they hold regular exhibitions of contemporary art at the hotel. Then for when you need some R&R the THANN spa awaits you with relaxing and rejuvenating spa treatments.
The Park Hotel guest rooms are elegant with clean lines with red and beige accents and all come equipped with large windows overlooking the city. The rooms offer everything you need for a comfortable stay and base from which to explore one of the most dynamic cities in the world. Every room comes complete with lovely and relaxing THANN aromatic amenities. For art lovers we recommend choosing a room on the 31st floor which is the 'art floor'. Each room is dedicated to the work of a contemporary Japanese artist, transforming the space from a regular hotel room to a living art gallery.
Children and families are welcomed at Park Hotel Tokyo with a number of the premium corner rooms offering sofa beds providing a good option for family accommodation.
Park Hotel boasts some fantastic dining options ranging from traditional Japanese Kaiseki dining served in Hanasanshou to innovative French cuisine in restaurant Bis. The Michelin-starred chefs, Tateru Yoshino and Yoshiaki Takada look after dining here, ensuring that you are in for a treat every time you dine using only the freshest and highest quality of ingredients, authentic to each dish. Alongside these there are the Boulangerie Tateru Yoshino Plus and News Art Café which are great for a light bite.
To complete the offering for a skyhigh Tokyo hotel, the Park Hotel of course comes with The Society, a classic sky bar which provides one of the city's best collections of single malt whiskeys.
Alongside the indulgent dining options the THANN Spa provides an oasis and haven in which to relax after days spent exploring with both traditional Thai and Swedish treatments. Upon stepping into the Sanctuary you enter a world filled with exotic fragrances and the perfect anecdote to the hustle and bustle of the every moving city.
The Park Hotel Tokyo takes great pride in its artistic offering, providing a window into the world of contemporary Japanese art, sometimes without even needing to leave your own guest room. Regular art exhibitions are also held at the hotel and Tanagokoro, the onsite art shop provides guests with the chance to experience traditional and authentic Japanese craftsmanship first hand. For when guests want to explore all that the city has to offer outside of the hotel doors, Shimbashi and Shiodome subway stations, are within easy distance offering a gateway to the wider city.
Location & directions
Park Hotel is located within easy distance to Shimbashi and Shiodome subway stations giving fantastic access to the wider city of Tokyo.