Centrally located in the prestigious Marunouchi district, Palace Hotel Tokyo is heir to some of Japan’s most exclusive real estate and has a legacy dating back more than half a century as one of the city’s most iconic hotels. Rebuilt entirely from the ground up, the contemporary interpretation of Palace Hotel Tokyo re-opened with a splash in 2012 as part of a $1.2 billion mixed-use development encompassing 290 guestrooms, 10 restaurants and bars, and Japan’s one and only evian spa. At its stunning and sublimely tranquil moat-side setting across from the Imperial Palace gardens, the award-winning hotel gracefully marries understated luxury, Japanese aesthetics, and the finest Japanese hospitality, presenting guests with an experience of Tokyo rivaled only by its incomparable views.
Top Suite: Palace Suite
Total number of rooms in suite: Three
Number of entrances to suite: One plus a service entrance
Number of bathrooms: one full and one half-bath. The master bedroom’s marble-clad en suite bathroom includes a separate window-side shower and Jacuzzi tub for soaking in the uninterrupted views of Tokyo’s skyline.
Suite style: Contemporary chic, by GA Design International
Key selling points: designed as a sophisticated urban residence and available as a one- or two-bedroom unit, this airy suite has a striking floor to ceiling windows and a balcony that overlooks the Imperial Palace Gardens and Tokyo skyline. Leafy motifs that echo the verdant gardens outdoors add to the stylish décor and a formal 10-seat dining table will tempt guests to entertain. A sizeable balcony and window-side soaking tub maximize the vistas, and high-tech amenities abound.
Number of suites in hotel: 12
- Square footage: 2,260
- Nightly rate: From $10,000