The newly renovated and reopened iconic Palace Hotel is contemporary in style and in one of the most desirable locations in Tokyo. With outdoor terraces, balconies and incredible views it is a great addition to Tokyo's collection of luxury properties.
At a Glance
Enjoy a breath of fresh air overlooking the Imperial Palace gardens from your private balcony
If you are on the Club floor you can enjoy a large outdoor terrace where you can have afternoon cocktails or breakfast - so nice to be able to enjoy the views al fresco
Home to the first Evian spa in Japan where 'health through water' is promoted
The hotel leads directly onto the Imperial Palace gardens, separated only by a moat
Renovated from the original iconic Palace Hotel originally opened in 1961
Perfect location with a metro station below the hotel to get all around Tokyo city on the efficient metro system.Scott Dunn team
A Grand Deluxe King is my favorite room as it comes with a balcony and also a 'bath with a view' with an amazing picture window behind the bath so it seems like you are floating above the city!Scott Dunn team
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Walking into the cool, contemporary style lobby of the Palace Hotel Tokyo is like stepping into an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo - the largest city in the world. With fresh vibrant colors and fragrant scents to welcome you into this newly renovated iconic property located right overlooking the impressive Imperial Palace Gardens. In fact there is no road between the property and the park, with only a moat separating the breakfast terrace and the fortified walls.
One of the most unique and appealing aspects to the hotel is that compared to some Tokyo properties, it is not particularly high rise and a lot of the bedrooms have balconies, giving fantastic views over the city skyline. The freshly restyled rooms are spacious with the latest gadgets and fantastically comfortable beds.
Take a dip in the lovely swimming pool, enjoying breathtaking views over the Imperial Palace Gardens. And try the unique Evian spa, the first in Japan, with many treatments ready to help you relax and unwind after a day of sightseeing.
There is a great range of restaurants and bars at the hotel and an outdoor terrace, again unusual in such a central city hotel.
Ginza shopping district is just a short walk away and everywhere else in the city is easily accessible by train or metro.
Guest rooms at Palace Hotel Tokyo afford spacious comfort, befitting a grand residence. There are 290 rooms and suites, all 45m2 or larger. Guests staying in Club Rooms or suites enjoy access to a private Club Lounge. Facilities include:
- 46-inch or larger LCD TV in bedroom
- Waterproof LCD TV in bathroom
- Blu-ray / DVD / CD player
- In-room safe
- Multifunctional telephone
- Complimentary wired and wireless high-speed
- Internet access
- In room dining: 24 hours
- Laundry service
- Bathroom amenities
- Complimentary newspaper delivered in the morning
- Nightly turn-down service
Location & Directions
Palace Hotel Tokyo is located in the Marunouchi business district of Tokyo. The Palace Hotel Tokyo is easily accessible from two major stations with 12 railway and subway lines. JR Tokyo Station is an eight-minute walk from the hotel.
When to go
Tokyo kicks off its year with cold winter days and the odd snowfall. Although temperatures occasionally drop below freezing, winter (December to February) is usually reasonable. Spring (March to May) brings pleasant, warm days, and, of course, cherry blossoms – early April is probably the best time to view the blooms. Summer (June to August) is hot and muggy. Late June can see torrential rains. The temperature and humidity are at their worst in August. Apart from spring, autumn (September to November) is the most pleasant season as temperatures cool down to a cosy level and days are often clear and fine. Fall also means the return of the dramatic foliage season, when the parks and green areas of the city mellow into varying hues of orange and red.