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October 21, 2015updated Oct 23, 2015

Palace Hotel Tokyo

By Zahra Al-Kateb

Palace Hotel TokyoAt Palace Hotel Tokyo, a storied history, inspired design and a tireless commitment to showcase the best of Japan come together to present travelers with the finest hospitality experience to be had in the city. From its array of 10 distinctive restaurants and bars, its chic evian SPA and its menu of exclusive cultural offerings – from bespoke art tours and foodie excursions to behind-the-scenes of sumo wrestling and kabuki – the award-winning hotel gracefully marries contemporary luxuries and Japanese aesthetics with sophistication and authenticity. Situated amidst the country’s much-loved Imperial Palace gardens and moats, its enviable address in the prestigious Marunouchi district puts it right in the heart of Tokyo – yet without the accompanying soundtrack of the bustling metropolis. Delightfully so.


Name: Palace Suite

Square footage: 2,690

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Nightly rate: $10,000

Total number of rooms in suite: Three

Number of entrances to suite: Two, plus a service entrance

Number of bathrooms: Two full, and one half-bath (powder room). The master bedroom’s marble-clad ensuite bathroom includes a separate window-side shower and Jacuzzi tub for soaking in uninterrupted views of Tokyo’s distinctive skyline.

Key selling points of the suite: Designed as a sophisticated urban residence and available as a one- or two-bedroom unit, Palace Hotel Tokyo’s crowning suite has a spacious balcony and floor-toceiling windows throughout that reveal striking views of Tokyo’s Imperial Palace gardens and the surrounding city skyline. Leafy motifs echoing the verdant scenery outdoors add to the chic décor while an impressive array of original artwork and a formal 10-seat dining table tempt guests to lavishly entertain.



evian SPA TOKYO’s unique combination of French savoir-faire and Asian therapies presents the city’s most refined wellness experience. Looking out onto the Imperial Palace gardens and moats, the 12,916 sq ft, Alpine-inspired spa encompasses five treatment rooms, a spa suite and separate men’s and women’s relaxation lounges.

Signature treatments: Vitalizing

Signature Contact: Mr Kota Hamada, spa director

Phone: +81 3 3211 5298




Poised and sophisticated, Michelin-starred Crown’s fine dining experience is a celebration of traditional French cooking with innovative Japanese culinary aesthetics.

Contact: Mr Tadashi Nobira, manager

Phone: +81 3 3211 5317



Royal Bar

Plush velvet armchairs and rich leather bar stools cultivate Royal Bar’s distinctly conservative cool setting. It’s as classic and timeless as the cigars and Martinis it serves.


A richly appointed 1,851 sq ft Club Lounge located on the 19th floor offers a spacious and airy retreat – complete with a private outdoor terrace – on which to enjoy buffet breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails & canapés.


One Michelin Star, Crown restaurant, Chef Manabu Ichizuka Travel + Leisure Design Award – Best Hotel (100 Rooms or More) USA 2013 Travel + Leisure IT List, Top New City Hotels USA 2013 Condé Nast Traveler Hot List, Best New Hotels in the World USA 2013 Condé Nast Traveler Hot List, Best New Hotels with Great Food USA 2013 Monocole Travel Top 50, UK, Best Hotel GM 2013-2014

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