The Luxury Rising high above the citys bustling Marunouchi district, the 36-floor Peninsula Tokyo hotel combines an ultramodern decor with impeccable service. Spacious guest rooms and suites offer views of the gardens and downtown Tokyo, along with plasma flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms with rain showers, and fingertip controls for curtains and mood lighting. Traditional tea is served in the hotel lobby, and upstairs the Peter restaurant offers top-rated international cuisine. The nearby Ginza shopping area has high-end boutiques. A fleet of BMWs and Rolls-Royces is on hand for complimentary lifts to local spots.
The Value Through 2009, guests who reserve a deluxe suite will get a second consecutive nights stay for free. Rack rates start at about $1,056/night, so guests who book the Suite Life offer will ultimately spend only about $528/night for two nights in a spacious suite.
The Catch The offer is only available for two-night stays and cannot be extended.
The Details 81-3-6270-2888, www.peninsula.com/Tokyo
From the fall issue of Sherman's Travel magazine.