30 April 2014
[Updated 12 September 2016]
Bespoke excursions led by some of the city’s most knowledgeable in art & architecture are the backbone of a three-night stay package called Transcendent Tokyo, offered by one of the city’s most distinguished hotels.
For each experience booked, guides will consult with guests prior to their arrival to design bespoke full and half-day art and / or architecture tours entirely tailored to their interests, thus presenting them with the rare opportunity to discover Tokyo’s impressive, yet hard-to-navigate art & architecture scene with ease.
On the heels of Palace Hotel’s recently assumed role as Official Partner Hotel of Art Fair Tokyo 2014, Transcendent Tokyo is the latest chapter in the hotel’s deepening commitment to Japan’s arts and culture. The initiative is also the first in a series of Palatial Pursuits package offerings by the hotel.
“While Tokyo is widely accessible, particularly for the intrepid, this city and its arts can be plumbed to great and especially meaningful depths when explored with seasoned experts,” said executive director and general manager Masaru Watanabe.
In addition to guests’ choice of a privately guided four- or eight-hour art tour, the Transcendent Tokyo package includes three nights’ accommodation in a choice of a Deluxe Room with Balcony or a Club Deluxe Room with Balcony and daily buffet breakfast at the hotel’s moat-side, all-day dining outpost Grand Kitchen.
For those inspired to splurge, the Executive Suite version of the package comes with:
Guests who book the package will also receive a copy of The Art of Palace Hotel Tokyo book. The volume presents an overview of the hotel’s extensive art collection – valued at approximately USD 1 million and consisting of over 1,000 individual pieces – and includes mini-bios, inspiration and quotes from the creators of the art showcased throughout the property.
Package rates start at JPY 270,000.