Palace Hotel Tokyo: Fit for royalty

Focusing on distinctly Japanese experiences, as well as top-notch wellness and dining, Palace Hotel Tokyo offers a regal experience

By Palace Hotel Tokyo
Published 8 Apr 2019, 23:38 BST
Palace Hotel Tokyo
Palace Hotel Tokyo

Situated opposite the ancient Otemon Gate of the Imperial Palace, overlooking its gardens and moats, Palace Hotel Tokyo has been making  waves since it debuted in 2012.

The hotel — a magnet for travellers in search of Japan's legendary hospitality — showcases the best of the country's culture. Its 'Palatial Pursuits' are a series of packages featuring bespoke experiences such as 'ramen hunting,' behind-the-scenes glimpses of sumo wrestling or kabuki theatre, and tailor-made recreational adventures.

Palace Hotel Tokyo's 290 guest rooms and suites evoke a sense of warmth and sophistication, with luxurious touches such as private balconies overlooking the Imperial Palace gardens and moats as well as the surrounding city skyline. At evian SPA TOKYO, an Alpine-inspired setting and Japanese sensibilities combine to offer an ultra-refined experience. The hotel's vast array of restaurants and bars, meanwhile, offer 10 distinctive dining experiences, including exquisite Japanese at Wadakura, Michelin-starred Chinese at Amber Palace and Japanese-style afternoon tea at The Palace Lounge. And at Grand Kitchen, dining al fresco on the terrace will tempt guests to linger amid its blissful, picturesque setting.

For more information on Palace Hotel Tokyo, or to book one of the Palatial Pursuits, contact reservations on or +81 3 3211 5211. 

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