Measuring 484 feet, Park Deluxe rooms are the largest hotel standard rooms in Tokyo. Even bigger, Park Suites feature a separate living room, complete with a black-lacquer card table. Those determined to recreate a Lost in Translation experience should request a Diplomatic Suite; their numbers end in 08. The very large Tokyo Suite can accommodate meetings of a dozen or more people and can fit nearly as many in its expansive marble bath.
In all the rooms, a low-to-the-ground, king-sized bed suggestive of Japanese style yet modeled for Western comfort features a high-quality mattress sheathed in soft white linens and a down-filled duvet.
English-speaking stations on the wide screen TV include CNN (even those who rarely watch Larry King will find his gravelly, nasal delivery oddly comfortable so far from home), BBC, CNBC, Fox, National Geo, MTV, Discovery, ESPN, the Golf Channel, and cartoons. In-room wi-fi is provided.
A true sanctuary, the wood-and-marble bathroom is dominated by a large, wide, deep-soaking bathtub in the center of the room. Bath salts, bubbles, and a loofa make immersion a thoroughly relaxing experience, and a remote control operates an overhead TV.
Behind a door, not only is the toilet seat heated; it serves as a bidet and has several other controls to ensure that the user remains fastidious.