Park Hotel Tokyo
Frederic Thomas

October 30, 2006 /

Tokyo, Japan

Photo: arcspaceThe Park Hotel Tokyo places itself at the core of Japan's new networking generation. It is located downtown Tokyo in a futuristic area of skyscrapers and elevated pedestrian walkways that connect buildings and train stations.

In a country renowned for its dedication to cutting edge technology and high-paced business, the Park Hotel Tokyo places itself at the core of Japan's new networking generation.

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Photo: arcspaceOccupying 10 floors of the Shiodome Media Tower the hotel is an integral element in the "city in the heart of the city," a high-rise powerhouse of international media organizations and television companies, combined with metropolitan living.

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The highlight is the atrium that begins with the hotel lobby on the building's 25th floor and soars all the way up to the 34th. The trees and plants in the atrium lounge, combined with daylight filtering through the glazed roof, reflect the Japanese cultural tradition of living in harmony with nature.

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The hotel rooms, reached by corridors overlooking the lobby, all face Tokyo's magnificent skyline. The curved forms, and natural color schemes, act as a soft cushion from the maelstrom of activity in the district below.

With broadband internet connection, soft duvets, chic Japanese cotton bathrobes, and wonderful oils and shampoos from have everything you need after exploring the many facets of fascinating Tokyo.

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Photo courtesy Park Hotel Tokyo

There is a choice of several restaurants. Chief Chef Yoshiaki Takada prepares a traditional Japanese "kaiseki" cuisine with fresh seasonal ingredients from a farming family in Kyoto.

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Chef Tateru Yoshino, from Paris Michelin star Stella Maris, offers modern gastronomie Française, both in the restaurant and, for a more relaxed atmosphere, in Tateru Yoshino's Bar and Lounge.

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And in the lower lobby the News Art Café serves a light meal, coffee and drinks.
This is also the pick-up spot for the Airport Limousine.

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French interior designer Frederic Thomas has created a hotel concept that connects with the lively milieu of the surrounding business district without succumbing to its fast pace.

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Interior architect:

Frederic Thomas

Last updated: December 19, 2013

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