Exploring The Artist Floor At Park Hotel Tokyo

Recently, I traveled to Japan with my friend Jen, founder of The Travel Women. We started our trip in Tokyo and had the pleasure of staying at an art gallery hotel called the Park Hotel Tokyo. The hotel is located in the Shiodome district. Also, it’s within walking distance of the famous Tsukiji Fish Market, the Hamarikyu Gardens, and the Ginza neighborhood. Once you’re able to figure out transit, the hotel is roughly a half hour subway ride to the Shibuya and Shinjuku neighborhoods, where Jen and I spent most of our time exploring! Tokyo is massive so as long as you are on one of the main subway lines it is easy to get just about anywhere.

The customized artistic concept of this hotel is unlike any I’ve experienced! We both really enjoyed our stay here, especially because of the type of room we were in, which is part of a series of Artist Rooms. They have 31 total artist rooms, all painted by various Japanese local artists, to tell a different story. The floor that the rooms are on also has a private concierge. The entire floor is a gallery, and Jen and I actually went on a tour to explore more of the stories from all of the various artists. My favorite rooms, though it was hard to choose, were “King En”, “Wabi-Sabi”, and “Bamboo”, all shown in the photo galleries below. Take a look at the below pictures to get a feel for what each room represented. Overall, we really enjoyed our stay here. The highlights were obviously the artist rooms in addition to the brunch buffet which was delicious.

Park Hotel Tokyo – Artist Rooms

King En

Views From The Hotel

Artist Room Gallery

These photos are features from the Park Hotel Tokyo and show a few more of the Artist Rooms.

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Please note I was welcomed as a guest by Park Hotel Tokyo. As always, all opinions are my own.

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