Located on the main lobby level and discreetly tucked away behind a single door, Royal Bar is as classic as a martini.
Indeed, the bar counter itself is a meticulous restoration of the one from the original Royal Bar first opened at Palace Hotel in 1961, where the hotel’s first chief bartender, ‘Mr. Martini’, held court for years.
The dark-wood, deep-leather, plush-velvet alcove’s brooding appeal draws serious aficionados of the finest cigars and top-shelf liquors to what is arguably one of the most sophisticated bars in Tokyo.
*Reservations are not accepted
*Minors under the age of 19 are not permitted
Mon-Fri: 11:30 am – midnight
Sat & Sun: 5:00 pm – midnight
(and public holidays)
T: +81 3 3211 5318
*Prices are subject to an 8% consumption tax and 10% service fee
*Menus and prices are subject to change without notice
In celebration of Japan’s national beverage and to mark the debut of Palace Hotel’s sake-inspired Brewing Tokyo stay package in partnership with the famous sake purveyor Hakkaisan, this autumn we’re serving up two original, sake-infused cocktails…
The first, Usumomiji, takes inspiration from the autumn leaves of Mt. Hakkai, the setting of the premium brewery, and is made of an airy blend of Palace Hotel Tokyo’s very own signature 1-1-1 sake and plum wine (both produced by Hakkaisan) as well as cassis syrup. The second, Tsumugi, presents a creamy and refreshing mix of our signature sake, amazake (sweet sake), fresh cream and advocaat liqueur.
Whether enjoyed on their own or paired with The Palace Lounge’s Hakkaisan-inspired afternoon tea presentation, these cocktails make for the perfect way to toast the beauty of the season.
In addition to our sake-inspired cocktails, this season’s selection of fresh fruit cocktails include a Kyoho Grape & Earl Grey Martini made with rich (yet mellow) Kyoho grape along with a touch of orange & bergamot flavor, as well as a subtly sweet Fig Cosmopolitan with a hint of cranberry. Served through October 14.
Thereafter, we’ll be shakin’ and stirrin’ up Marron Alexanders reminiscent of Palace Hotel Tokyo’s ever-popular maron chantilly dessert, and also silky smooth Pear Sidecars through November 30 before we unveil a new selection for the winter season…
Price: JPY 2,200 each