Your room is one of the largest you will find in Tokyo. And this hotel has so many suites, conference centers and ballrooms; who could resist the chance to get lost in such space-age opulence! Make sure you don’t miss The Void which is their abstract art installation. But take care not to stare too long into The Void unless, like Nietzsche said, it stares back into you. The Peninsula’s gourmet restaurant is located on the 24th floor with stunning views across Tokyo and you will certainly want to try their afternoon tea which is famous throughout the city. When you step out of the hotel you are minutes from Ginza, the best shopping district in Tokyo, and the Imperial Palace. The palace was destroyed in World War 2 and rebuilt from scratch. It is on any Tokyo visitor’s ‘must see’ list. The spa has a wide range of treatments and you may want to choose the traditional shiatsu treatment performed by shiatsu masters. You can also make like James Bond and have a dip in their terrace pool. Wonderful.