Park Hotel Tokyo

The Park Hotel Tokyo towers above the city to Tokyo. Like the Four Seasons Marunouchi, the Park Hotel Tokyo is located in one of the city's multi-use skyscrapers. In this case, the Park is a part of the Shiodome Media Tower, a 34-story highrise that opened in 2003.

The first 24 floors serve as the headquarters to the Kyodo News agency, while this Shiodome Media Tower hotel occupies the top stories, providing a sophisticated and relaxing escape for all of its guests. The stunning atrium begins on the 25th floor and doesn't stop until the very top of the 34th floor. It's not surprising that the views from the lobby (and the guestrooms too) are spectacular.

The stunning location is just one draw of the Park Hotel in Tokyo Japan. The property is part of a network of luxury hotels that specialize in providing a top level of service and innovative hotels; it was the first Japanese hotel to join the worldwide collection of Design Hotels. The distinctive interior spaces at the Shiodome Media Tower hotel are wrapped in sophisticated and warm elements all in a color palate of greens, reds, and blue shades. Natural elements are woven into the decor at the Park Hotel in Tokyo Japan, from the trees in the lobby to the beautiful artwork in each guestroom.

The 276 rooms, ranging from singles to expansive suites, occupy the 26th through the 34th floors of the Park Hotel Tokyo. In each of the comfortable and chic rooms, you'll find linens and window dressings in coordinated colors that echo the art created by international artist Monique Le Houelleur for the Shiodome Media Tower Hotel.

If you're looking for a vacation filled with the chance to relax, the guestrooms at the Park Hotel will be especially delightful. During the day, simply soaking in the sun streaming through the atrium glass will be sure to erase some stress. In the rooms, relaxing touches for all welcomed guests include exclusive spa amenities, including all-natural premium shampoos and body wash made by a Canadian company.

After bathing, you can wrap up in the nightclothes provided for hotel guests. The pajamas were specially designed for comfort, along with the pillows. A staff member is available to help you find the best pillow and provide tips for the best way to find a good night's sleep in your bed away from home at the Park Hotel. In-room massages are available until 2 a.m. There no time limit on the room service at the Park Hotel Tokyo. The dining experience is unique; the menu focuses on healthy choices, which will add to your sense of well being.

After enjoying a fine night's sleep and your relaxing escape, you can watch the sun rise and prepare for a day filled with all of the things to do. If you stick around the hotel, you'll find a full-service spa and a business center. You also can do some shopping for sophisticated home decor items, some designed by Le Houelleur and featured at the hotel. If you're ready to some exploring beyond the walls of the hotel, the concierge can provide suggestions for local tours and provide you with a subway map and a lot of know-how on the best ways to get around.

Dining experiences are readily available back at the Park Hotel in Tokyo Japan. Like the room service menus, the restaurants specialize in natural tastes. The hotel tower is also home to a comfortable cafe and a lounge, a fine place for enjoying the nightlife.

Whether you're planning to spend a short time at the Park Hotel or want to stay for several days, you'll have the chance to enjoy the hospitality and sophisticated setting that is not duplicated anywhere else.

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