The Palace is a truly great hotel. It is brand new, luxurious and the rooms are huge compared to others I have stayed in in Japan. The hotel is located opposite the gate to the Imperial Palace and overlooks the gardens and Palace with the tokyo skyline as a backdrop. It was like an oasis within this metropolis. The room we stayed in had a large and private balcony. The service throughout the hotel was terrific, we were travelling with 2 young children and the staff made them feel very welcome. The pool and the fitness centre was great and the hotel waived the $20 pool fee for us after a request from our travel agent in Japan. The hotel was an easy walk to the subway and also to Tokyo station for the bullet train. There was a number of restaurants and cafes in the arcade below the hotel including a fantastic Italian restaurant and the obligatory Irish pub if you need a bit of western food and tv. We had planned to stay at the Peninsula which was unavailable but will definitely stay at the Palace next time we are in tokyo.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With an incomparable perspective on the city and a singular, moat-side location across from the Imperial Palace gardens, Palace Hotel Tokyo opened on 17 May 2012 in the city's Marunouchi business district as part of a JPY 90 billion mixed-used development that includes 290 guestrooms, 10 restaurants and bars, and Japan’s very first evian SPA. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palace Hotel Tokyo Japan