Park Hotel Tokyo: Sleep with Art in Tokyo!

The most Instagram-Worthy hotel in Tokyo!

The Park Hotel Tokyo started the “Artist in Hotel” project since 2012, which numbers of artists design and decorate entire guest rooms with their fantastic creations. Check out their guest rooms (30 rooms) and have a most unique and extraordinary stay in a heart of TOKYO!

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The hotel is only 300m away from JR Shimbashi station. It’s easy to access from to Hama Rikyu Garden within 10 mins walk and Tsukiji Fish Market and Ginza shopping area are both around 15 mins walk.

Each 270 room has great facilities such as flat-screen tv, powersocket, hair dryer, toiletries, kettle, air-con, telephone,alarm clock etc.

The hotel offers 7 food and beverage options including Tateru Yoshino Bis (French cuisine) and Hanasanshou (Japanese cuisine).

What is the most remarkable about this hotel is that it has artist rooms. 30 rooms on 31st floor has been decorated by different artists most of them are themed with traditional Japanese such as Cherry blossoms, Sumo, Castle, Bamboo garden and so on.

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*Please note that when reserving, specific rooms may be requested but are subject to availability.

Let’s check out some of their very unique and beautiful rooms!

Festival (祭り)


Yokai (妖怪)


The 47 Vegetables (野菜)


Haiku (俳句)


Beauty of Akita (秋田美人)


Lucky Cat (招き猫)


Where is it??

Park Hotel Tokyo

Address: Shiodome Media Tower, 1–7–1 Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ward, Tokyo (access points from the B2, 1st and 3rd floors)

Nearest Station:

JR Shimbashi station-7 mins walk from Karasumori Exit

Shiodome station (Yurikamome line)- 2 mins walk

Shiodome station (Tokyo Metro Oedo line)- 4 mins walk from Exit 7

Language: Japanese/English/Korean

Wi-Fi: Yes (Free)

Rates: from 35,000 yen

Stars: 4

Credit card: Accepted

Check-in: 14:00~/Check-out: ~12:00

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