There’s a ‘sense of sophisticated restraint that permeates the hotel’s dazzling lobby, restaurants and bars’.
‘Magisterial on the outside, with grand interiors and a palette inspired by a spring kimono.’
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With an incomparable perspective on the city and a singular, moat-side setting just opposite the Imperial Palace gardens, Palace Hotel Tokyo is a haven of hospitality – serene and refined, and imbued with understated luxury throughout.
Paying homage to a legacy that dates back more than half a century, the completely reimagined modern masterpiece is a sophisticated celebration of its country’s culture and a tribute to omotenashi – Japanese hospitality.
With leafy carpet motifs and earthy color palettes throughout, the luxuriously cozy and contemporary interiors of our 278 rooms and 12 suites take inspiration from their proximity to the capital’s much loved natural splendor – the Imperial Palace gardens.
Whether it’s floor-to-ceiling views, a private balcony or Club Lounge privileges that suit your fancy, our guestrooms and suites are the perfect living spaces in which to work and play when in Tokyo.
Start your mornings moat-side with an indulgent breakfast buffet at Grand Kitchen.
At Sweets & Deli, the chocolates are homemade and the breads and pastries freshly made.
Poised and refined. Sexy and sleek. Chic and fabulous.
Palace Hotel Tokyo’s 10 restaurants & bars present a vast array of truly exceptional wine & dine destinations for you to choose from.
None will remind you of the other, and each is worthy of exploration.
Featuring panoramic views of the Imperial Palace gardens, an Alpine-inspired design and a pristine, white ambiance, evian SPA sets the stage for one of Tokyo’s most refined wellness experiences with its unique blend of French savoir-faire and Asian therapies.
The first in Japan, the exquisite facility features five private treatment rooms, a spa suite, heated baths, a marble sauna, cold plunge pool, dry sauna, reclining baths and separate men’s and women’s relaxation lounges.
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