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By webadmin | May 8 2012
Tokyo, Japan – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine
After a $1 billion-plus facelift, Palace Hotel Tokyo is bringing guests an experience unlike any other this month.
Situated beside a dreamy moat, all accommodations in the newly reconstructed 290-room property overlook Tokyo’s Imperial Palace Gardens. The décor of each room pays homage to Tokyo’s natural beauty, from gold and cream hues to leafy designs. Guests can pamper themselves ensuite with open-style bathrooms, retiring to fine 300-thread-count Imabari linens after a soothing soak. Extras include regional Japanese teas, LCD televisions, Blue-Ray/DVD/CD players, and complimentary high-speed internet access.
As the host to the country’s first-ever Evian® Spa, the hotel is clearly committed to bringing more-than-fine indulgences to its guests. Treatments in the alpine-inspired space include specialties like Japanese trigger point sessions as well as classics like deep tissue massages. Other earthly pleasures include 10 scrumptious restaurants and bars. Delight in sushi by 2-star Michelin chef Shinji Kanesaka, or broaden culinary horizons with Shanghainese cuisine from the award-winning Chugoku Hanten Group.
8 multi-purpose facilities, a gym open 24 hours a day, and short, easy commute’s to Japan’s most popular tourist destinations make the Palace Hotel Tokyo all the more irresistible for elite travelers.
Opens May 17, currently taking reservations.