Park Hotel: Tokyo
Its been quite some time since I’ve done some Tokyo chillin… (unless you count rehersals with Tokyo 24 before a concert) But the next time I go back to Japan’s capital city, I think I’ve found a place I’d love to stay. 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 networked generation. Occupying 10 floors of the Shiodome Media Tower in downtown Tokyo, the Park 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 elegant metropolitan living.
Guestrooms project towards Tokyo’s magnificent skyline, connecting guests to the world via broadband internet access, while curved forms and fabric-covered walls cocoon from the maelstrom of activity in the district below. The Park Hotel Tokyo also shows respect for local traditions of nature, translated in the hotel’s glass-roofed atrium. A soothing haven of trees and greenery, it stretches between the building’s 25th and 34th floors, creating a well of warming sunlight that augments.