Palace Hotel Tokyo Reopens Following Rebuild

Palace Hotel Tokyo, one of the most prestigious hotels in the Japanese capital, has reopened following an extensive rebuild. Occupying the grounds of the former Hotel Teito and Palace Hotel in the vicinity of the Imperial Palace, the property has been redesigned by GA Design International’s Terry McGinnity to reflect Japanese serenity and refinement.


Every guestroom and suite affords spacious comfort and luxury, with floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies providing views of the city. Neutral colour tones create a soothing urban space, accompanied by amenities including large King-sized bedding, open-style bathrooms with separate deep-soaking bathtub and shower, LCD televisions with iPod docking stations, complimentary high-speed internet access, multifunction telephones and sleek minibar compartments.


The hotel excels in its food & beverage offering, with its original French resaurant Crown returning as a collaboration with chef Patrick Henriroux of 2 Michelin-starred La Pyramide. The star-studded appeal continues with the sushi operation at Wadakura managed by 2 Michelin-starred chef Shinji Kanesaka, while the chinese restaurant Amber Palace is operated by the Chugoku Hanten Group. Other outlets include the all-day dining Grand Kitchen, with Sweets & Deli presenting an array of treats for guests with a sweet tooth, as well as The Palace Lounge, Lounge Bar Prive and the Royal Bar.


Capable of accommodating up to 1,500 guests, the hotel’s main function room is graced by a huge window that allows natural light and vistas into the space. 7 other meeting rooms cater for events of all sizes, supported by advanced technology and discreet service. Following a day of business, guests can relax at Japan’s first Evian Spa where the “Vitalising Signature” treatment has been specially created, enjoy a swim at the indoor pool and jacuzzi, or workout in the fitness room.


A member of the Leading Hotels of the World, Palace Hotel Tokyo joins 6 other world-class hotels and resorts in the collection’s Japanese portfolio.


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