Both cars are painted the signature Peninsula Brewster Green, as is the rest of the fleet, which includes two Rolls-Royce Extended Wheelbase Phantoms, two BMW 750Lis, and two MINI Cooper S Clubmans.
The Rolls-Royces and BMWs are complimentary within a two-kilometer radius of the hotel (first come, first serve). Want to try the R8? You need to be 26 years or older and hold a valid Japanese or international driverís license and cough up JPY 12,000 (about $118) an hour, which includes tax and gas (the car is available between 8:00am and 10:00pm). Half of that goes to the Tyler Foundation, a charity chosen by Audi Japan dedicated to improving the lives of children with cancer and their families.
Suite guests can use one of the chauffeur-driven MINIs for up to three hours (again, first come, first serve) between 10:30am and 7:30pm within a ten-kilometer radius of the hotel.
A Deluxe Room at Peninsula Tokyo starts at around JPY50,000 ($490) a night in May.