Rooms & Suites
With leafy carpet motifs and earthy color palettes throughout, the luxuriously cozy and contemporary interiors of Palace Hotel Tokyo's 290 guestrooms take inspiration from their proximity to the capital's much loved natural splendor - the 3.5 square kilometres in the heart of the city that is the Imperial Palace gardens.
With accommodations ranging in size from an ample 45 square meters to a generous 255 square meters, each guestroom offers travelers unparalleled comfort and picturesque views of the country's most famous green space and the surrounding city skyline - with most featuring balconies and terraces from which to soak it all in.
Additional notables include open-style bathrooms, window-side tubs, walk-in wardrobes and minibars so sleek you could shake, stir and sip without ever leaving your room.
And if cha is more your cup of tea, you can brew your choice of Jugetsudo by Maruyama Nori in the traditionally made cast iron teapot before enjoying a pour in one of the cups handmade based on a style of pottery that dates back over 1,200 years.
To top it off, all guestrooms come well-stocked with bath amenities by Parisian brand Anne Semonin and outfitted with separate tubs and showers in which to soak, lather and repeat.