Tokyo | Deluxe
Originally built in the early 1960’s and an iconic property of the time, the Palace Hotel was razed to the ground in 2009 and completely rebuilt, re-opening in 2012 with a more up-to-date look.
Now contemporary in style, the guest rooms may not be overtly Japanese, but they ooze a classic elegance and offer plenty of space. Most of them also feature a private balcony – quite a novelty in Tokyo – with views over the Imperial Palace gardens against a city skyline background.
It’s the hotels’ prime location that entices many travellers: a picturesque spot in the Marunouchi district, beside the Imperial Palace moat looking across to the gardens. Despite being in the heart of the city, a 10-minute stroll from Tokyo station, the green surroundings result in an uncrowded, serene feel and the property’s outdoor areas (another unique feature for a Tokyo city hotel) maximise the views.
Besides an enviable location and elegant rooms, the Palace Hotel boasts an impressive variety of dining opportunities, with ten restaurants and bars to choose from, three of which are collaborations with Michelin-starred chefs. And we haven’t even touched on the fact that it houses the first, and only, Evian Spa in Japan…
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1-1-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
- Your Accommodation
- 290 Rooms & suites
- Deluxe room amenities
- Eating & Drinking
- Crown fine dining restaurant
- Grand Kitchen all-day-dining restaurant
- Wadakura Japanese restaurant
- Tatsumi tempura bar
- GO grill
- Sushi Kanesaka
- Amber Palace Chinese restaurant
- 3 bars
- Leisure & Relaxation
- Evian Spa
- Indoor swimming pool
- Fitness centre