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The Palace Hotel’s location, next to the grounds of the Imperial Palace but in the heart of Tokyo’s financial district is unbeatable.
With a singular moat-side location across from the Imperial Palace gardens, the hotel features picturesque views of Tokyo’s natural splendor.
The hotel’s ten restaurants and bars offer an array of incomparable dining icons, including three outposts driven by collaborations with Michelin-starred chefs.
At Japan’s one-and-only evian SPA, French savoir-faire and Asian therapies set the stage for one of Tokyo’s most refined wellness experiences.
Deluxe Room 1 King Bed 45SQM /484SQFT Modern Decor, Imperial Palace View
Deluxe Room With Balcony 1 King Bed 45SQM Modern Decor, Imperial Palace View
Deluxe Room With Balcony 2 Twin Beds 45SQM Modern Decor, Imperial Palace View
Club Deluxe Room 1 King Bed 45SQM Lounge Access Modern Decor Imperial Palace View
Grand Deluxe Room W/ Balcony 1 King Bed 55SQM Modern Decor, Imperial Palace View
Grand Deluxe Room 2 Twin Beds 55SQM Modern Decor, Imperial Palace View
Club Deluxe Room w/ Balcony 1 King Bed 45sqm Lounge Access Imperial Palace View
Club Deluxe Room W/ Balcony 2 Twin Beds 45SQM Lounge Access Imperial Palace View
Club Grand Deluxe Room 1 King or 2 Twins 55SQM Lounge Access Imperial Palace View
Executive Suite W/ Balcony 1 King 75SQM Club Lounge Access, Imperial Palace View
Garden Suite W/ Balcony 1 King Bed 75SQM Club Lounge Access, Imperial Palace View
Chiyoda Suite W/ Balcony 2 Twins 80SQM Club Lounge Access, Imperial Palace View
Park Suite W/ Balcony 2 Double Beds Club Lounge Access 120SQM Imperial Palace Vw
Terrace Suite 1 King Bed 120SQM Club Lounge Access, Imperial Palace View
Palace Suite W/ Balcony 1 King Bed 210SQM Lounge Access Imperial Palace Vw
1-1-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005, Japan
60km/37mi ( 60min) from Narita Int’l Airport (NRT); 15km/ 9mi (30min) from Haneda Int’l Airport (HND
100 volts AC
Visit the Bonsai Village in Omiya, where you can take a lesson in the art of nurturing these unique trees. www.seikouen.cc/honten.html.
The most memorable spot for a romantic French dinner is on this cruise boat, overlooking the Tokyo Bay scenery. (81-2) 3450-4300; www.crystal-yc.co.jp.
Here you’ll find about 120 stores featuring Japan’s famous goods, including a confectionary retail zone and a “ramen street.". First Avenue connects to another shopping area under Tokyo Station; it’s a great place to purchase souvenirs.
Visit the Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Stadium) and watch Japan’s national sport up close. Tickets can be purchased online beforehand. www.sumo.or.jp/eng.
Every Saturday afternoon, volunteers take visitors from Tokyo Station to spots around the East Garden of the Imperial Palace, explaining Japanese history and culture (in English) along the way.
In Japan, classic candy, like KitKat bars, come in flavors like wasabi, sweet potato and Earl Grey tea, making them unique gifts. www.nestle.jp/brand/kit.
Tokyo’s oldest pagoda, set within Ueno Zoo, escaped the Great Fire of the Edo period and the World War II bombs. Its earthquake-proof building technique was used in the Tokyo Sky Tree’s design. (81-3) 3828-5171.
Author Okamoto Kido’s Japanese Sherlock Holmes solves mysteries set during the 19th century, bringing daily life during that era into vivid color.
Don’t wake up at 3am to line up for 30 minutes of Tsukiji’s tuna auction; instead, visit the world’s largest fish market a little later in the morning to enjoy the hustle without the fuss. www.tsukiji-market.or.jp.
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