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Rooms and Suites at Palace Hotel Tokyo

From 408 USD

Deluxe Room ( 484ft2 )

The floor-to-ceiling windows of the Deluxe Rooms reveal the Imperial Palace’s ancient Otemon Gate and Uchibori Dori avenue. The ample living space com...

From 544 USD

Deluxe Balcony Room ( 484ft2 )

Facing south, Deluxe Rooms with Balconies look out on to scenic Wadakura Fountain Park and the Imperial Palace Plaza. At night, the expansive views un...

From 614 USD

Club Deluxe Room ( 484ft2 )

Located on floors 18 through 23, Club Deluxe rooms offer a loftier perspective on the Imperial Palace’s ancient Otemon Gate and Uchibori Dori avenue b...

From 677 USD

Grand Deluxe Room ( 592ft2 )

Grand Deluxe rooms offer more space in which to relax and unwind – whether it be after a long stretch of meetings, an afternoon of shopping or an enti...

From 704 USD

Club Deluxe Balcony Room ( 484ft2 )

Club Deluxe with Balcony rooms present the undeniably appealing combination of a loftier perspective, an outdoor perch from which to take in picture-p...

From 844 USD

Club Grand Deluxe Room ( 592ft2 )

Located on floors 16 & 17, Club Grand Deluxe Twin rooms come outfitted with separate dining area and work desk – perfect for business travelers – whil...

From 1,534 USD

Executive Suite ( 807ft2 )

Executive Suites are perfect for families, larger groups or those who simply love added space, services and amenities. Each feature a spacious balcony...

From 2,074 USD

Chiyoda Suite ( 861ft2 )

Contemporary Japanese aesthetics imbue the singular Chiyoda Suite, with crisp whites and a hint of deep orange intermingling with warm, earthy hues to...

From 2,074 USD

Garden Suite ( 807ft2 )

Located on one of the topmost floors, the Garden Suite features a spacious balcony, separate bedroom and living areas and is decorated in an elegant m...

From 2,346 USD

Premier Suite ( 969ft2 )

Premier Suite cherishes the connection with the beautiful scenery of the Imperial Palace Garden in front of you, and "harmony with nature" that incorp...

From 2,887 USD

Park Suite ( 1292ft2 )

From its southwest-facing perch, the Park Suite offers 180° views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and the Tokyo skyline stretching all the way from Mar...

From 3,787 USD

Terrace Suite ( 1292ft2 )

The Terrace Suite is aptly named for its particularly sizeable outdoor space perch – which includes an expansive 40 square meters (430 square feet) on...

From 9,016 USD

Balcony Palace Suite ( 2260ft2 - 2691ft2 )

The highest class suite of Palace Hotel Tokyo. A formal dining table that can accommodate up to 10 people, a kitchen space, and silk fabrics and lacqu...

Palace Hotel Tokyo

The Palace Hotel Tokyo is a luxury hotel that overlooks the Imperial Palace and gardens. The hotel has a rich history, dating back to the Meiji period when it opened its doors in 1961. The hotel has been restored and renovated over the years, and today it offers modern amenities and facilities while maintaining its old-world charm. So whether you're visiting Tokyo for business or pleasure, this is the perfect place to stay.


Palace Hotel Tokyo offers a unique city view and a tranquil location across from the Imperial Palace Gardens. The hotel also has a history that spans more than 50 years. The new version of the hotel redefines hospitality through its unfiltered celebrations of culture.

Although the Palace dates back almost half a century, they rebuilt it from scratch in 2012. It is now a 290-room palace with modern art. This creates a feeling of luxury that's more private than a multi-story hotel.

The hotel has multiple bars and restaurants, ample function space, and Japan's first Evian spa. Moreover, all of these rooms have views of the Imperial Palace gardens against a backdrop of the surrounding skyline. The hotel's interiors also reflect the city's natural beauty.


Founded in 1961, the Palace Hotel Co. Ltd now owns Palace Hotel Tokyo. Masatomo Yoshihara was the founder of the company and its first president. Two previous hotels, the Hotel Teito & Palace Hotel, occupied the exact location from 1947 to 1961. Then, they demolished each of them to make room for the next.

The original building was constructed in December 1937. It was built on the same site as this present hotel. It served as the Forestry Office of the Imperial Household Agency. However, the government rebuilt it as a hotel and administered it for the exclusive use of foreign buying agents.


The hotel is in the heart city, Marunouchi's economic and retail center. However, its contemporary design and location next to the Imperial Palace moat with greenery and even the occasional swan floating about create a peaceful and uncrowded atmosphere.

Service and Facilities

The staff is impeccably discrete, and the check-in desk is discreetly hidden just around the corner of the hotel's grand entry. Moreover, a serene, white-themed spa with Japanese acupressure trigger points and a tranquil fitness center offers relaxation.

A range of curated activities is also available at the hotel. These include a private lunch with sumo wrestlers and a private tour of local architecture with experts.

Rooms and Suites

The guestrooms' comfortable modern and contemporary interiors, which include 290 rooms, are inspired by the Imperial Palace Gardens. However, each guestroom has a different size, with a range of sizes from 45 to 255 square meters.

Other notable features include window-side tubs and walk-in closets. Moreover, minibars are so sleek that you can shake, stir, and sip from your room. If cha is your preference, you can make your own Jugetsudo by Maruyama nori tea in the cast iron teapot. Then enjoy a cup in an ancient pottery-style handmade cup that dates back more than 1,200 years. Additionally, all guest rooms come with brand-name bath amenities. They also have separate bathtubs and showers.

Furthermore, the bathrooms in the suites are nice. Anne Semonin products are available, but you'll receive Bamford if you choose to stay in a suite. There will also be plenty of toiletries provided, as well as mirrors and Toto automatic toilets.


Wadakura is one of the 10 bars and restaurants on the sixth floor. It offers a variety of Japanese food options. These include Tatsumi (a small tempura bar that serves sakura and seaweed tastings), Go (which helps teppanyaki), and Sushi Kanesaka. You can also enjoy afternoon tea at the Palace Lounge. There are also nightcaps at the Royal Ba and delicious buffet breakfasts in Grand Kitchen. Plus, grab a table on the terrace with views of the moat.

Palace Hotel Tokyo is the result of a collaboration between Michelin-starred chefs and some of Tokyo's most promising talents. 1-1-1 Marunouchi is a highly talked-about new range of restaurants, bars, and lounges. They offer exciting new wine and dining experiences that surpass Tokyo's most refined. Moreover, each venue is unique and has its ambiance. However, each venue will be different, but each one is worth exploring. And don't forget to visit the royal bar for a martini.

Spa and Wellness

Evian Spa is the perfect setting for Tokyo's most pleasing wellness experience. Its combination of French and Asian influences, including a pristine white ambiance and Asian therapies, sets the scene for one of Tokyo's best wellness experiences. This 1,200-square-meter facility is the first in Japan. It features five treatment rooms, heated baths, and a spa suite.

There's also a cold plunge pool, a marble sauna, a dry sauna, reclining tubs, and separate men's and women's relaxation areas. Moreover, the urban spa is inspired by Evian's natural mineral water trip through the French Alps. It offers a symbolic experience that reflects the same journey. The treatments focus on celestial restoration, mineral enrichment, nourishment, and renewed vitality.

Additionally, the hotel's gym features floor-to-ceiling windows and TechnoGym equipment. It is the perfect place to get a full-body workout. You can also use the facility 24/7. Besides, the hotel will lend you clothes or shoes at no cost if you forget your gear.


Having a particular moat-side location, the Palace Hotel Tokyo is a Forbes travel guide five star hotel. The hotel is famous for its fine accommodations and its prime location. It also has a wide variety of room types, from standard rooms to suites. Plus, there is a fitness center, a swimming pool, and a spa. You will appreciate all that this palace hotel has to offer.

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Why we love this hotel

  • Palace Hotel Tokyo is located in the center of Tokyo adjacent to the Imperial palace gardens. In the heart of the financial and business district Marunouchi.
  • The 10 restaurants, bars and lounges at Palace Hotel Tokyo each create a unique atmosphere. In a different design space, and you can choose according to your purpose.
  • Experience the world-famous spa as one of the facilities at Evian Spa Tokyo. Spend quality wellness time with the theme of "health through water".
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Wheelchair Accessible, Gourmet Restaurant, Connecting Rooms

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Good to know about Palace Hotel Tokyo

Yes, the hotel has some activities for families traveling together, e.g. Origami is one of the best for kids.

Palace Hotel Tokyo is open all year round.

Haneda Airport (HND) is 20 kilometers away about 20 minutes drive to the hotel.

Honeymoon, birthday amenities, art tour, Origami class, based on the guests' interests.

The rate for an extra bed will be 10,000 JPY+++ (approximately 79 USD)

A maximum of 2 children for one parent up to 12 years old.

There are 10 restaurants and bars at the hotel. Serving Japanese, Chinese, French, and Western cuisine.

Yes, Chinese, French, and Japanese. Whether it's French fine dining at Esterre, authentic Japanese at Wadakura or refined Chinese at Amber Palace, each of the hotel's dining destinations represents some of the best restaurants in Tokyo, promising a culinary experience as original and memorable as its setting.

Yes, the hotel can adapt to any dietary request.

Yes, there are handicapped-accessible rooms in the hotel, 5 rooms in total.

Adjacent to the Fitness Center is the hotel's indoor swimming pool area. Measuring 20 meters (65 feet) long by 5 meters (16 feet) wide, it offers the traveling fitness enthusiast plenty of room for laps.

Access is restricted to between 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM for children between the ages of 5 – 15 years old (with accompanying adult supervision). Children below the age of 5 are not permitted.

Aqua Relaxation Experience – a combination of water therapy and your choice of body treatments.

Morning Yoga classes Saturday/Sunday from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM. Advance booking required.

The Spa facilities are open daily from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Palace Hotel Tokyo's 1,200-square-meter (12,916-square-foot) urban retreat in the heart of the city encompasses an array of facilities.

Separate men's & women's heated baths. Men's dry sauna and Women's marble sauna. Wearing bathrobes is required in the sauna for both men and women.

The spa treatments at "Evian Spa Tokyo" at Palace Hotel Tokyo have four experiences with the motif of "Evian Journey". Unleash your mind and body (Celestial), balance minerals (Mineral), and meet your new self (Precious). It consists of-Getting Vitalizing.

Coffee and tea facilities are available in all rooms.

Spring Afternoon Tea 6,200 JPY (approximately 50 USD) per person | 8,800 JPY (approximately 70 USD) with a glass of Champagne.

Palace Hotel Tokyo has an electric charging station located in their garage (basement).

The information provided is circumstantial - and is not indefinite in accuracy. Changes may have occurred.

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