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Review: Park Hotel Tokyo – Artistic Rooms With Amazing Views


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The Park Hotel Tokyo is a unique hotel in the city of Tokyo. It offers one floor entirely devoted to art rooms and in fact, features twice on our best art hotels around the world. This unique hotel is surprisingly good value and will undoubtedly make your next trip to Tokyo memorable.


The hotel is located in the Shiodome Media Tower in the business district of Tokyo. It is surrounded by skyscrapers and is just a short distance from all the attractions. In fact, you can see the iconic Tokyo Tower, along with a great unobstructed view of Mt. Fuji from its windows.

The hotel is also a very short walk to the Tsukiji Market and has excellent access to Subway lines being just 35 minutes to the Tokyo Dome, and even less to Ginza and Akihabara.

Style & Character

Arrival is in the lobby on the 25th floor, which is a huge, ten-storey glass-topped atrium rising towards the top of the tower. The hotel feels modern and design-conscious with loads of artwork scattered around.

Service & Facilities

Staff are friendly and speak English. There is a business center that you can use in the hotel, a gym, and a THANN Sanctuary Spa.


This large hotel has 270 guest rooms. The majority are simple in design with white walls and nice bathrooms with THANN products. Because of the height of the building, the rooms offer amazing views over surrounding gardens and even the Eiffel Tower! If you choose to stay here, we advise booking one of the art-inspired rooms. These rooms are very unique, and Japanese artists have designed their interiors. As a result, each room has been transformed into a unique wonderland (see photos on the slider above). I love the varying cherry blossom design and the lady painted on the wall with the big red cheeks.

All Park Tokyo Hotel rooms are non-smoking, but you can head over to the 25th floor, where you can smoke while admiring another artistic area that’s painted by the artist Akihisa Hayashi.

Food & Drink

The 25th floor has several eateries. ART Lounge is an open space beneath the atrium serving Western dishes. Hanasanshou is a traditional Japanese restaurant in a modern setting. Tateru Yoshino Bis is a French bistro. For drinking, the Society bar offers incredible views of the surrounding skyscrapers.

The art-inspired rooms at this hotel are unique and perhaps slightly bonkers. But the unique and wild designs capture the craziness of this frenetic city perfectly. They bring the outside in. A night at the Park Hotel Tokyo is surely on the “must-do” Tokyo bucket list.

Park Hotel Tokyo also features in our coolest hotels in Tokyo.

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