After welcomed by bell persons in white uniform, which is iconic of The Peninsula, guests will find two floor-highet lobby lounge with live music some time. To the left side of the lobby, there is reception desk, while lifts for banquet rooms and for the rooftop restaurant are located on right back.
It is a modern, 24-storey building in brown color on Harumi-dori Avenue and Naka-dori Avenue. The main entrance faces Hibiya-street and opposite side of Imperial Palace.
Deluxe rooms measure 54 square meters / 579 square feet with a king size bed or two twin beds, featuring a fully self-contained dressing room. The bedroom has ample space enough to be relaxed on sofa or to enjoy in room dining. They have the latest facilities including complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access, a portable city-wide phone(outbound call only), a DVD player and espresso machine. Bathroom has marble floor, double vanity placed back to back, "hands-free" telephone, mood lighting, television/radio set, a separate shower booth with functional shower head. The dressing room is also spacious not only for luggage and clothes but also for making-up with full-size mirror.
Four restaurants offer Chinese, Japanese and International cuisine and "The Peninsula Boutique Café" serves light meals during the day. "Peter" is situated on the top floor and provides international cuisine and drinks at the contemporary designed space. From the bar space, it has unobstructed views of Tokyo skyline, while guests are able to enjoy views of Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park from the dinning. The Chinese restaurant serves authentic Cantonese cuisine and the interior decoration following a Suzhou garden in China is also remarkable. The objects made of stones, wooden furniture and pillars, bird cages hang from ceiling make guests feel like being in a real outside garden. The Japanese restaurant is unit of a famous Kaiseki restaurant in Kyoto. British afternoon tea service is available at "The Lobby" in same style with its well-known flagship, The Peninsula Hong-Kong.