Our family experience at The Peninsula Tokyo

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Note: We were given a complimentary stay at this hotel

In Room BreakfastPhoto byDaniel Haddad

We had the perfect family friendly stay at the luxurious Peninsula Tokyo. Located beside the Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park, the historic and picturesque location is an ideal backdrop for a trip to Tokyo. Upon entering the five star hotel we were met with traditional Japanese charm mixed with modern luxury. Staff were quick to help with luggage before settling us in our sumptuous suite.

Views of Hibiya ParkPhoto byDaniel Haddad

The Grand Premier Suite features a large open lounge and dining area overlooking Hibiya Park, a tranquil master bedroom, and an indulgent bathroom complete with deep bathtub. We had plenty of space for a family of four and felt right at home in the stylish and elegant space.

Dinner at PeterPhoto byDaniel Haddad

Highlights of our stay included the mouthwatering in room breakfasts comprised of Japanese, Chinese, and Western options as well as the unforgettable dining experiences. Dinner at Peter is a must for glittering city views and some of the best steaks in town and we couldn’t resist indulging in the modern Chinese fare at Hei Fung Terrace.

Hibiya ParkPhoto byDaniel Haddad

The Peninsula Tokyo is optimally located for exploring the city. We discovered popular tourist sights by foot and made full use of the subway on the hotel’s front steps to visit Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Harajuku. They also offer bikes, scooters and a car service so you’re sure to find your preferred way of moving around the city.  If you’re looking for a luxurious five star property with impeccable service and breathtaking suites, we highly recommend The Peninsula Tokyo for your next trip.

Tuna Tataki at PeterPhoto byDaniel Haddad


Peter, located at The Peninsula Tokyo, is an elegant and sleek restaurant set against Tokyo’s glittering city lights with floor to ceiling panoramic windows surrounding the entire establishment. We love the menu full of juicy steaks and delectable seafood perfect for a business lunch or celebratory dinner.

Our family dined in the private dining room where we were treated to impeccable service and a charming ambiance. Highlights of our dinner included the fresh and flavourful Okinawa Kuruma Prawn Cocktail, the delicate Japanese Tuna Tataki with Avocado, Caviar and Mimosa Sauce, the melt in your mouth Japanese Aged T-Bone Steak, and the fragrant Nagasaki Longtooth Grouper Meunière with Spinach, Yuzu-Pepper Mousseline and Pickled Udo. Don’t miss out on their indulgent Mac & Cheese with Morel Mushrooms, one of the best we’ve ever tasted.

They also offer a child friendly menu for the little ones ensuring everyone in the family had a dinner to remember. Perfect for date night or when you want to treat your loved ones during your trip to Tokyo.

Barbecued Kinka Pork and Cantonese Style Oven Roasted Duck at Hei Fung TerracePhoto byDaniel Haddad

Hei Fung Terrace

Delve into delicious Chinese fine dining in the traditional and elegant Hei Fung Terrace, located in The Peninsula Tokyo. We loved the charming setting, nostalgic decor, and authentic menu serving the best of Chinese cuisine. Our family enjoyed dining in the private dining room where we were treated to city views and five star service. Highlights of our dinner included the delicate and fragrant Ariake Kuruma Prawn Dumplings, juicy Barbecued Kinka Pork and Cantonese Style Oven Roasted Duck, the delectable Wok Fried Ise Spiny Lobster with Spring Onion and Ginger, and the perfectly prepared Wok-Fried Hayama Beef Sirloin with XO Sauce. A great choice when craving elevated Chinese fare while staying at the heart of Tokyo.

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