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The hotel was designed to showcase green space and the surrounding skyline, with all guestrooms featuring views of the Imperial Palace gardens and moats. Full review →
An iconic sixties hotel buffed by a three-year restoration, in the tony Marunouchi district. Full review →
There is nothing particularly Japanese about the rooms, aside from the spotlessness, but most rooms have balconies (a Tokyo rarity) overlooking the green expanse of the Imperial Palace’s East Gardens. Full review →
With one of the best hotel locations in Tokyo, this serenely quiet, oldfashioned establishment has spacious rooms offering superb views of the Imperial Palace.
Reopened in 2012 following a full reconstruction, the Palace Hotel has a handsome, refined look that sets the stage for a luxury experience. Full review →
An iconic fixture on the city’s luxury hotel scene since it first opened its doors in 1961. Full review →
Reopened in 2012 following a massive three-year renovation, the Palace Hotel now has an ambience to match its prime location across the street from the Imperial Palace. Full review →
Sophisticated contemporary tower with plentiful amenities and sweeping views of Tokyo's Imperial Palace gardens. Full review →
Right by the Imperial Palace, the Palace Hotel has an old-fashioned atmosphere and sits on one of the most exclusive spots in Tokyo. Full review →Request a room with a balcony – they're a bit more expensive but worth it for the chance to soak up private al-fresco views of the city.
It is in the heart of Tokyo yet, surrounded by water and greenery, offers views that change with the seasons.
Smaller and a touch less pricey than its rival, the Imperial, this top-end hotel overlooking the palace gardens is another Tokyo institution.
Located 700 m west of Tokyo Station, this place is one of the older hotels here, a 1960s commercial property in a prime location facing the eastern moat of the Imperial Palace grounds Full review →
historic, luxury hotel overlooking the Imperial Palace moat in the heart of Tokyo. Full review →
Not to be confused with the previous, ’60s-era Palace Hotel, this glistening new development opened in 2012, boasting 290 spacious suites and a fancy spa with views of the Imperial Palace Gardens. Full review →
Set apart from the city’s skyscrapers... the 290-room Palace Hotel Tokyo stands out not with blatant bling but whispered serenity. Full review →
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