Palace Hotel Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan
Neighborhood: By Imperial Palace, Marunouchi

Virtuoso Amenities for your stay  

For 2018 & 2019:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two in room guests
  • $100 USD equivalent Food & Beverage or Spa treatment credit to be utilized during stay (not combinable,, no cash value if not redeemed
    in full. F&B credit may not be used in restaurants that are not managed by the Hotel - Sushi Kanesaka and Amber Palace. Credit may be used for a spa treatment but not for retail products in the Spa.)
  • Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi


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PROPERTY SIZE: 290 rooms
ROOM STYLE: Contemporary
VIBE: Sophisticated
City Life Landmarks Local Immersion

Palace Hotel Tokyo

Neighborhood: By Imperial Palace, Marunouchi
Address:
1-1-1 Marunouchi
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo, 100-0005
Japan
Nearest Airport:
New Tokyo International Airport (NRT)
37 mi / 59 km

Hotel Features

At the Hotel

Features

  • 24-hour Security
  • Air Conditioning
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Business Center
  • Club Floor
  • Conference Facilities
  • Connecting Rooms
  • Internet Access
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Michelin Star Restaurant
  • Multi-lingual Staff
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Shopping
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Services

  • Babysitting Services
  • Concierge Desk
  • Currency Exchange
  • House Safe
  • Laundry/Dry Cleaning/Pressing
  • Limousine Service
  • Room Service 24-hours
  • Salon
  • Shoeshine Service
  • Turndown Service
  • Valet Parking
  • Wakeup Calls
  • Wedding Services


Recreation
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Fitness Center
  • Pool
  • Sauna
  • Spa


In Your Room
  • Bathrobes
  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Mini Bar

About Us

Experience the Heart of Japan.
With an incomparable perspective on the city and a singular, moat-side setting across from the Imperial Palace gardens, Palace Hotel Tokyo debuted on 17 May 2012 as a new haven of hospitality - serene and refined.
With a legacy that dates back more than half a century, the new incarnation of Palace Hotel Tokyo is set to redefine hospitality with its unfiltered celebration of the country’s culture.
Rooms & Suites With leafy carpet motifs and earthy color palettes throughout, the luxuriously cozy and contemporary interiors of Palace Hotel Tokyo';s 290 guestrooms take inspiration from their proximity to the capital';s much loved natural splendor - the 3.5 square kilometres in the heart of the city that is the Imperial Palace gardens. With accommodations ranging in size from an ample 45 square meters to a generous 255 square meters, each guestroom offers travelers unparalleled comfort and picturesque views of the country';s most famous green space and the surrounding city skyline - with most featuring balconies and terraces from which to soak it all in. Additional notables include open-style bathrooms, window-side tubs, walk-in wardrobes and minibars so sleek you could shake, stir and sip without ever leaving your room. And if cha is more your cup of tea, you can brew your choice of Jugetsudo by Maruyama Nori in the traditionally made cast iron teapot before enjoying a pour in one of the cups handmade based on a style of pottery that dates back over 1,200 years. To top it off, all guestrooms come well-stocked with bath amenities by Parisian brand Anne Semonin and outfitted with separate tubs and showers in which to soak, lather and repeat. Learn more about ourroomsandsuites.
Restaurants & Bars With the debut of Palace Hotel Tokyo comes an exciting collaboration between Michelin-starred masters and some of the city';s most promising talent. 1-1-1 Marunouchi';s increasingly talked about new array of restaurants, bars and lounges offer some of the most exciting new wine and dine experiences in the city and are poised to rival Tokyo';s best. Each of the ten venues is an individually designed space that cultivates a palpable ambience of its own, from the art deco elegance and sophistication of Crown to the multi-faceted jewel of Japanese cuisine that is Wadakura. None will remind you of the other, and each is worthy of exploration in due course. Explore our restaurants and bars.
evian SPA TOKYO Featuring panoramic views of the Imperial Palace gardens, an Alpine-inspired design and a pristine, white ambiance, evian SPA sets the stage for one of Tokyo';s most refined wellness experiences with its unique blend of French savoir-faire and Asian therapies. The first in Japan, the 1,200-square-meter facility features five private treatment rooms, a spa suite, heated baths, a marble sauna, cold plunge pool, dry sauna, reclining baths and separate men';s and women';s relaxation lounges. Inspired by the journey which evian® natural mineral water takes through the French Alps, the urban spa offers a metaphorical experience of that same journey - with treatments centered on celestial restoration, mineral enrichment, precious nourishment and renewed vitality. Explore ourtreatmentsand learn more about ourfacilities.
Meetings & Events Palace Hotel Tokyo';s enviable address at 1-1-1 Marunouchi right in the heart of the city has made it a highly sought-after destination for hosting everything from large exhibitions to multi-day conferences, from intimate gatherings to spectacular social events. Its array of function space includes eight sizeable multi-purpose function rooms, two dedicated meeting rooms and an impressive formal boardroom that can seat up to 28 - all of which come with picturesque views of the surrounding Imperial Palace gardens and moats. Learn moreabout our meetings & events facilities.
Location Those who delight in finding themselves in a place that is as traditional as it is innovative, as genuinely charming as it is impressively contemporary, will discover that Tokyo offers endless exploration. Japan';s alluring capital completely enchants those who love to immerse themselves in destinations of great cultural depth - where soulful tradition seamlessly melds with modern evolution. With centuries-old shops and home-grown brands harmoniously coexisting alongside world-class labels, and tree-lined boulevards intermingling with hidden alleyways where surprises abound, Tokyo offers a multitude of experiences to be had. Whether you';re looking to wine and dine your way through the city with the highest number of Michelin-starred eateries, or simply seeking an entirely new cultural experience, Palace Hotel Tokyo';s Marunouchi address in the very heart of the city and its distinguished Japanese hospitality offers you the opportunity to experience Japan at its very best. Learn more about our neighborhood.

Best of the Best

The floor-to-ceiling windows of each of Palace Hotel Tokyo’s 290 guestrooms and nearly all of its ten restaurants and bars reveal the iconic scenery of the Imperial Palace gardens and moats. Japanese influences can be found throughout the hotel, from traditionally made cast-iron teapots and lacquerware found in each room to the extensive collection of contemporary art on display. At evian SPA, guests are pampered with treatments inspired by the celebrated water’s cleansing journey through the Alps. Nurture your inner fashionista along Marunouchi Naka Dori or explore the city’s rich history in the tranquil Imperial Palace gardens.

Advisor Tip

Ask for a corner room with a balcony for a bird’s-eye view of the Emperor's backyard. –Roxana Lewis Beverly Hills, California

Location

Address
1-1-1 Marunouchi
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo, 100-0005
Japan
Neighborhood
By Imperial Palace, Marunouchi
Nearest Airport
New Tokyo International Airport (NRT), 37 Miles / 59 Kilometers

Guest Rooms & Suites

Deluxe Room

Facing the Imperial Palace’s ancient Otemon Gate and Uchibori Dori avenue below, Deluxe rooms are located on floors 8 through 17 and measure a comfortable 45 square meters in size.


Outfitted with a king-size bed, floor-to-ceiling windows and a separate seating area which can be used as either a dining table or a work space. Deluxe rooms also feature an open-style bathroom with separate soaking tub and shower - complete with dual rain and handheld shower heads.


**Next applicable upgrade category - Deluxe Room with Balcony

  • Bathrobe
  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Deluxe Room with Balcony

Located on floors 8 through 17, south-facing Deluxe rooms with balconies look out on to Wadakura Fountain Park and the Imperial Palace Plaza, with its surrounding gardens and moats. At night, the expansive views unveil a skyline silhouette stretching from Marunouchi to Toranomon and, from some heights, even Roppongi beyond.

 

Outfitted with either one king bed or two oversized twins and featuring a separate seating area that can be used as either a dining table or a work space, the greatest appeal of these rooms is undeniably their furnished balconies – offering travelers the rarity of private outdoor space in bustling Tokyo.


**Next available upgrade category - Grand Deluxe Room

  • Bathrobe
  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Balcony/Lanai/Terrace
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Grand Deluxe Room

Located on floors 8 through 15 and measuring 55 square meters, 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 entire day of sightseeing.


Grand Deluxe Kings come with more spacious balconies - great for doing breakfast or afternoon tea outdoors - while Grand Deluxe Twins come outfitted with separate dining area and work desk - perfect for business travelers.


All Grand Deluxe rooms feature spacious bathrooms with separate soaking tub and shower ensconced in one large, walk-in marble & glass enclosure – complete with a tub-side picture window through which to enjoy views of Wadakura Fountain Park and the Imperial Palace Plaza by day, and the silhouette of the Marunouchi and Akasaka skylines by night.


**Next applicable upgrade category - N/A

  • Bathrobe
  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Club Deluxe Room

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 below.


Measuring an ample 45 square meters, these rooms are outfitted with a king-size bed, floor-to-ceiling windows and a separate seating area which can be used as either a dining table or a work space.


Club Deluxe rooms also feature an open-style bathroom with separate soaking tub and shower – complete with dual rain and handheld shower heads.


**Next applicable upgrade category - Club Deluxe Room with Balcony

  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Club Deluxe Room with Balcony

Located on floors 18 through 23, Club Deluxe rooms with balconies offer a loftier perspective on Tokyo’s much loved natural splendor and the rarity of an outdoor perch from which to take in the picture-perfect views.

 

The 45-square meter rooms are outfitted with a separate seating area that can be used as either a dining table or a work space, with some Club Deluxe King rooms (with balconies) connecting to Club Deluxe Twin rooms (with balconies) to offer optimal flexibility to families and those traveling in larger groups.


Bathrooms have either entirely separate soaking tubs and showers or a more Japanese wet room-style combination of separate soaking tub and shower ensconced in one large, walk-in marble & glass enclosure.


**Next applicable upgrade category - Club Grand Deluxe Room

  • Bathrobe
  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Balcony/Lanai/Terrace
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Club Grand Deluxe Room

Located on floors 16 & 17 and measuring 55 square meters, Club Grand Deluxe rooms offer a loftier perch as well as more space in which to relax and unwind – perfect for refreshing after a long day of meetings, an afternoon of shopping or nonstop sightseeing.


Club Grand Deluxe Kings come with larger balconies - idyllic for delighting in afternoon tea outdoors - while Grand Deluxe Twins come outfitted with separate dining area and work desk - ideal for business travelers.


All Club Grand Deluxe rooms feature spacious bathrooms with separate soaking tub and shower ensconced in one large, walk-in marble & glass enclosure – complete with a tub-side picture window through which to enjoy views of Wadakura Fountain Park and the Imperial Palace Plaza by day, and the silhouette of the Marunouchi and Akasaka skylines by night.


**Next applicable upgrade category - N/A

  • Bathrobe
  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Balcony/Lanai/Terrace
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Executive Suite

Located on floors 16 through 23, Executive Suites measure 75 square meters and feature views of Wadakura Fountain Park, the Imperial Palace Plaza - with its distinctive black pine trees and ancient moats - and a skyline stretching from Marunouchi to Akasaka.


Decorated in a cool mix of muted gold and creams accented by soft greens and a deep lavender, these king-bedded suites come with walk-in wardrobes large enough to accommodate an extravagant shopping spree along Marunouchi Naka Dori.


They are also outfitted with dual-sink bathrooms designed in a Japanese-inspired wet room style – each featuring a separate tub and shower ensconced in one large, walk-in marble & glass enclosure. The perfect space in which to soak and relax after a day of retail therapy.


**Next applicable upgrade category - N/A

  • Bathrobe
  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Balcony/Lanai/Terrace
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Garden Suite

Located on the 22nd floor, the Garden Suite measures 75 square meters and features separate bedroom and living areas decorated in an elegant mix of muted gold and creams.


With its lofty perch - with balcony - comes even more impressive views of the Imperial Palace gardens and the surrounding city skyline, including the familiar reddish orange glow of iconic Tokyo Tower in the distance.


The suite is furnished with a king-size bed, sofa and a seating area that can function as a dining table or work space. Its spacious bathroom is outfitted with dual sinks, a large soaking tub with built-in jets and separate shower complete with dual rain and handheld shower heads.


**Next applicable upgrade category - N/A

  • Bathrobe
  • Slippers
  • Balcony/Lanai/Terrace
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Chiyoda Suite

Contemporary Japanese aesthetics imbue the singular Chiyoda Suite. Located on the 23rd floor and featuring a spacious terrace, the most Japanese-inspired of all of our suites offers breathtaking views of the Imperial Palace gardens and panoramic scenes of the city’s skyline stretching all the way from Marunouchi in the east, Roppongi in the south to Shinjuku in the west.


Crisp whites and a hint of deep orange intermingle with warm, earthy hues throughout to create an interior of graceful calm. Beautiful Japanese textiles and exquisite artwork - including sumi ink wash paintings from the Chiyoda Suite of the original Palace Hotel - further accent the elegant space.


Measuring 80 square meters, the modern reinvention of the Chiyoda Suite includes a bedroom with a choice of either a king bed or two oversized twin beds, a living area with separate dining table (convertible into a workspace) and a walk-in wardrobe.


Among its many distinctive features is the izu stone with which its wet room style deep bath and shower area is outfitted – stonework native to Japan which, when wet, turns from a porous grey into a luminous deep green.


**Next applicable upgrade category - N/A

  • Bathrobe
  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Park Suite

From its southwest-facing 21st floor perch, the Park Suite offers 180° views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and the Tokyo skyline stretching all the way from Marunouchi in the east to Shinjuku in the west.


Decorated in a cool mix of muted gold and creams harmonious with the palette of the natural setting that surrounds, the suite measures a spacious 120 square meters and features a bedroom with either a king bed or two double beds, a separate living area with dining table (convertible into a workspace), a walk-in wardrobe and a spacious terrace.


The suite’s dual-sink bathroom includes a separate soaking tub (with built-in jets) and shower ensconced in one large, walk-in marble & glass enclosure - complete with a tub-side picture window through which to enjoy the bird’s eye views beyond.


**Next applicable upgrade category - N/A

  • Bathrobe
  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Terrace Suite

A near-identical twin of the Park Suite, the Terrace Suite is aptly named for its particularly sizable 20th floor perch - which includes an expansive 40 square meters on which to enjoy a leisurely in-suite breakfast, afternoon tea or evening cocktails outdoors. Perhaps, even an intimate, private dinner.


Decorated in warm, earthly hues accented by soft greens and a deep lavender, the 120-square meter suite’s interior includes a king-bedded master bedroom, separate living area with dining table cum workspace, a walk-in wardrobe, and a powder room in addition to the master bath.


The suite’s dual-sink bathroom includes a separate soaking tub (with built-in jets) and shower ensconced in one large, walk-in marble & glass enclosure - complete with a tub-side picture window through which to enjoy the spectacular views beyond.


**Next applicable upgrade category - N/A

  • Bathrobe
  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Balcony/Lanai/Terrace
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper

Palace Suite

The singular Palace Suite holds court in 210 square meters of space on the 18th floor.


By day, our crowning suite offers captivating views of the Imperial Palace’s verdant gardens and scenic moats from every corner of the room while by night, the distinctive red twinkle of Tokyo’s skyline mesmerizes beneath the night sky.


Designed as a chic urban residence, the richly appointed suite is shaded in earthy tones and decorated with contemporary furnishings throughout. Its spacious living room and dining area are accented with hints of muted gold, soft greys and a splash of apricot while warm hues of gold and aubergine intermingle in the master bedroom.


Deep hand-tufted carpets, elegant marble work, striking macassar ebony, exquisite silks and Japanese lacquer work are just some of the Palace Suite’s distinctive decorative textures. Other notable elements include an array of original artwork by some of Japan’s most talented – such as silver-leaf work on Japanese paper by Tomoyuki Kanbe, a sumi ink wash painting by Kosai Hori and, perhaps, the most striking, a wall-to-wall mixed media canvas by Yui Higashibata made of cloth, powdered silver and cashew paint.


Furnished with a king bed which may also be converted into two double beds, the master bedroom includes a vanity area, a spacious dressing room and a marble-clad bathroom with dual sinks, a shower and separate window-side soaking tub with built-in jets.


For those desiring the added comfort of a second bedroom, the Palace Suite can be expanded in size by an additional 45 square meters by way of connecting to an adjoining Club Deluxe King room with separate balcony and entrance.  The added convenience of a separate powder room gives the combined two-bedroom living space a truly residential feel.


In the living room is a luxuriously cozy seating area for up to six, an executive desk as well as a formal dining table that can seat up to 12.

 

A service kitchen with private entrance offers private chefs a space in which to put the final touches on privately catered, in-suite dining experiences – whether you wish to enjoy them indoors or outdoors on your private terrace.


**Next applicable upgrade category - N/A

  • Mini Bar
  • Slippers
  • Balcony/Lanai/Terrace
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Newspaper
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Facts & Policies

Facts
Experiences
City Life, Landmarks, Local Immersion
Vibe Sophisticated
Room Style Contemporary
Number of Rooms 290
Check-In Time 3:00 PM
Check-Out Time 12:00 PM
Early Arrivals & Late Departures

Please inquire.

Guaranteed Reservations & Deposits

Reservations must be guaranteed with a valid credit card upon booking.

Cancellation Policy

Individual rate plans may have varying cancellation policies.  Check hotel availability rules for complete details.

Accepted Forms of Payment

MasterCard, Visa, Diners Club, JCB, American Express

Terms & Conditions

Please inquire..



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Virtuoso Amenities for your stay  

For 2018 & 2019:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two in room guests
  • $100 USD equivalent Food & Beverage or Spa treatment credit to be utilized during stay (not combinable,, no cash value if not redeemed
    in full. F&B credit may not be used in restaurants that are not managed by the Hotel - Sushi Kanesaka and Amber Palace. Credit may be used for a spa treatment but not for retail products in the Spa.)
  • Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi


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Amazing Hotel in Tokyo

By: Traveller 88


Reviewed on: 01 Aug 2016

Amazing hotel in Tokyo. So glad we stayed there. Walking distance from Tokyo Station, big rooms, clean and very much a Japanese luxury hotel in terms of food quality, service, ambiance, etc. Really helpful staff and some of the rooms have a balcony, not so common in Tokyo. Would stay here again w/o a second thought.
Travel Advisor:  Izumi Kirchmayr Ogawa

Excellent

By: Rob


Reviewed on: 25 May 2017

Absolutely beautiful hotel in every respect.
Travel Advisor:  Jennifer Lannon

Rating the horel

By: Patricia


Reviewed on: 10 Feb 2018

I liked the Palace Hotel in Tokyo very much. The rooms are confortable and well designed. I personally preferred the one with the balcony, it also appreciated the smaller one I had with the view towards the Imperial Palace. The nightgown was greatly appreciated.
Travel Advisor:  Francis Contreras

Toyko Pre-cruise stay

By: arcee


Reviewed on: 07 May 2018

Loved it. Service and location were great. The land tour setup by Izumi was on the money.
Travel Advisor:  Izumi Kirchmayr Ogawa