Our last stop in Tokyo was The Park Hotel. The hotel is located in the Shiodome area of Tokyo. I found this location to be very convenient. It's a 15 minute walk away from the Tsukiji Fish Market and directly connected to the Shiodome station on the Toei Oedo Line. My favorite part of the hotel was their Artist rooms. We stayed in the Queen Artist room Festival by Nanami Ishihara. We also visited other rooms including the One Hundred Poems by Masako Inkyo, Castle by Kazuki Mizuguchi, Carp by Yoko Naito, and Kabuki by Oz-Yamaguchi Keisuke. You could tell that the artists took a lot of time and effort to make these rooms unique and amazing. Each stroke in every room had meaning and all the little details were not overlooked. The rooms also have picturesque views of Tokyo Tower that make it seem like you're looking straight at a post card. While we were here we made a trip to the Fish market to try to wait in line for Sushi Dai, but ended up eating at Da Wei Sushi which definitely didn't disappoint. I recommend going around 4am to line up for Sushi Dai if that's on your to-do list. Park Hotel also offers a limo bus service that goes straight to the airport. I highly recommend taking it since it's only $30 compared to the $20 it would cost taking the bus/subway. Park Hotel was definitely one of our favorites in Tokyo...from the hospitality to the location, we enjoyed every single bit of it!