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Park Hotel

Park Hotel

Arranged as a rotunda with the reception and lobby at the bottom, all the rooms have great outward facing views as well as a nice sense of openness. Enjoy views of the Shiodome and Shimbashi districts, as well as the skyscrapers of Shinjuku in the distance. Close to the Hamarikyu gardens, the hotel gives equal access to both the old and new of the city. It also features both French and Japanese restaurants, as well as Japan’s first Scotch Malt Whiskey Society bar, and a top class boulangerie.

Our rating: First Class

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The Park has five classes of room; city, corner, premium, artist, and suite. Whilst four are fairly self-explanatory, the artist rooms make the Park stand out from a lot of the competition. With a large number of rooms each uniquely painted and decorated by well-known Japanese artists, there is a great sense of boutique class surrounding these rooms.


The Park Hotel is situated in the Shiodome Media Tower, with underground pedestrian access from Shiodome and Shimbashi stations. The area surrounding the hotel boasts both high-class Japanese and foreign dining as well as quieter and more traditional Japanese eateries and bars.

Food and drink

The restaurant serves a very high-class western and Japanese mixed buffet as a breakfast, included hot and cold dishes from both cuisines. For dinner, the Park boasts a ‘casual French’ restaurant as well as a traditional Kaiseki Japanese restaurant. The ART Lounge also serves food all day long, and can be booked for afternoon tea.

Facilities and activities

The hotel's gym and fitness centre are free of charge for guests, and the well-known Thann Spa runs services in the hotel at a slight extra cost for guests.

Our opinion

The artist rooms really do make the hotel, and certainly make a welcome change from some of the more monotonous and uniform hotels common in the city, making this a wonderful place to stay.

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