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Sitting in an urban setting across from the beautiful Imperial Palace gardens, Palace Hotel Tokyo delights with its contemporary design and luxurious facilities. The hotel makes good use of its location with rooms designed to maximize views of the periphery. Elegantly furnished, the rooms offer an array of modern conveniences for a comfortable stay. Dining options are varied, with no less than seven restaurants including Crown, a historic restaurant helmed by renowned chef Patrick Henriroux. There are three bars, each offering a unique atmosphere to suit varied tastes. Evian Spa offers worldly treatments and therapies for a relaxing time. There's a fitness center as well as an indoor pool affording spectacular views of the city. Check website for bookings and more.
The Peninsula Tokyo pampers its guests with a spa centre and a fitness club with a swimming pool and sun loungers, overlooking the Imperial Palace Gardens. It's a 3-minute walk from Ginza shopping district, and offers concierge services. Tokyo Station is just a 5-minute drive away. Featuring designs with traditional Japanese influences, luxurious rooms boast a living area with sofas and a wide-screen TV, a bedroom with bed-side curtain controls and a marble bathroom with built-in flat-screen TV. They come with a dressing area, mood lighting and free WiFi. Guests can relax with a massage or beauty treatment, or unwind in a sauna or an aromatherapy shower. Services include a personal trainer and a nutrition adviser, while airport transfer by Rolls-Royce limousine is provided at a charge. There is a 24-hour front desk and an ATM machine. Paid parking is available on site. A variety of restaurants at The Tokyo Peninsula cater Japanese, Cantonese and Western cuisines. Authentic high tea can be enjoyed at cafe The Lobby, while on the 24th floor Peter: The Bar offers cocktails and cigars, creative cuisine and sweeping Tokyo views. The Peninsula Tokyo is directly connected to Hibiya Subway Station. Ginza and Yurakucho stations are both within a 3-minute walk, offering easy access to Shinjuku, Shibuya and Roppongi. Tokyo Sky Tree and Asakusa are 40 minutes away by train. Airport buses take 40 minutes to Haneda Airport, and 90 minutes to Narita Airport.
Since 1890, the Imperial hotel has catered to royalty, statesmen, fabled celebrities and the leaders of international commerce. Luxury is the keyword. The 1923 building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright was lost in a fire, but a vestige of it survives in the art-deco Old Imperial Bar on the mezzanine level. Rooms are superb, with private writing desks, three telephones, individual environment control systems, remote control TV with bedside consoles and a spaciousness rarely encountered in Tokyo hotels. The staff can greet guests in five languages. Ginza is just behind the hotel, which faces Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace grounds.
Grand Hyatt Tokyo is an award-winning luxury hotel centrally located in Roppongi Hills, a multi-use complex housing shops, restaurants, a cinema, art museum and observatory. Roppongi Station is just a 3-minute walk away. Free WiFi is available in all rooms and guests also have access to the business centre on site. The stylish and modern rooms incorporate warm wood furnishings and Japanese aesthetics into the design. All rooms feature a private bathroom with a rain shower and deep soaking limestone bathtub that allows guests to relax after a long day. In addition, the room is equipped with a flat-screen TV, DVD player, safety deposit box, laptop charger, minibar and Japanese yukata robes. Complimentary mineral water bottles are provided. A range of services are available at the concierge desk and currency exchange is provided at the 24-hour front desk. Guests can enjoy spa treatments and massages at the Nagomi Spa and Fitness Center or relax by the indoor swimming pool that utilises natural stone designs. Grand Hyatt Tokyo offers 10 restaurants and bars that feature a variety of international cuisine including French, Italian, Chinese, steak meals, Japanese sushi, teppanyaki and seasonal kaiseki cuisine. Guests can enjoy dining at one of the open-air terraces or listen to live music in the jazz lounge Maduro. Tokyo Grand Hyatt is a 40-minute bus ride from Haneda Airport and a 90-minute ride from Narita Airport on the limousine bus (charges apply). Tokyo Station is a 25-minute train ride away.
The Four Seasons is situated in the historic Chinzan-so Gardens, ten minutes from Edogawabashi subway station. The meticulously tailored services and carefully appointed guest rooms of the Four Seasons Hotel make up for its secluded location, away from the business centers of Tokyo. Guests are surrounded by a splendid Japanese garden, complete with waterfall, pagoda and arched bridge. The rooms are among the largest in Tokyo. With world-class conference facilities, banquet halls and meeting rooms, the Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo is a unique destination for leisure and business travelers.