I was in Tokyo for business and had many visits to the old Palace Hotel prior to 'renovation'. If you liked what was there before, this is certainly a different hotel now, compatible with Tokyo's other top hotels. It lost it's Japanese touch, which I regret very much, but that aside, I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Location is (and remains!) great, and would suggest to pay a little more and get the room with a balcony facing the palace. Rooms were very functional, only missed a coffee maker which one would expect in a hotel of this standing. I arrived on an early flight and was able to check-in at 10am without an extra charge although the hotel was full. Breakfast was excellent, and there is an outstanding choice of restaurants. Do book in advance as they are all relatively busy, but that is Tokyo! Service was up to the level one would expect in a Leading Hotel and throughout my stay there is actually nothing that went wrong, absolutely nothing! Location next to Tokyo station is very convenient and excellent shopping in Marunouchi with unique boutiques, and Ginza is only a short stroll away.
- 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