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This may be a go-to hotel in Tokyo for me, granted no new hotels to try open. Since its renewal opening five years ago, the hotel still looks in great condition and service continues to be excellent. I love that the hotel is in an...More
I don’t think I have ever stayed in such a nice hotel. Rooms are extremely spacious and contain all amenities needed with the exception of an iron and ironing board, however housekeeping will bring this to your room.
Breakfast in the main floor restaurant has...More
With stunning Japanese heritage history, you’ll always get a great organizing view from here where it locates next to the Palace(こうきょ). Near to the Tokyo Station, and it’s about 20km JPY6,500-7,100 by taxi from HND Airport. I do enjoy the stay in Palace Hotel Tokyo....More
Splendid hotel in every way. We had spacious rooms with balconies overlooking the Imperial Palace gardens The view from the gym encourages that extra bit of effort. Wide range of top quality eating options - the sushi we had was as good as I've ever...More
I picked this hotel as it was closest to finish line for the Tokyo Marathon. In all, it came with all the superb additional experiences from staying at this hotel.
1. As mentioned, closest to finish line the new route Tokyo Marathon (2018)
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
I personally don’t know but our Japanese tour leader said that covering a tattoo in a sauna is fine and that foreigners get an exemption anyway. It stems from former days when Japanese mob members would be the only ones in... More
I personally don’t know but our Japanese tour leader said that covering a tattoo in a sauna is fine and that foreigners get an exemption anyway. It stems from former days when Japanese mob members would be the only ones in their society to have a tattoo. So in short it shouldn’t be a problem.