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I recently stayed at the Palace Hotel at the start and end of my trip to Japan after first visiting the hotel in 2015 to dine at Sushi Kaneseka. As I came and went, the staff knew and greeted me by name, and were very...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
We stayed in a Grand Deluxe Room with a Balcony. The room was large with a great walk in wardrobe area (see pictures).
Normally, we wouldn't be bothered about a balcony in a city hotel but I would recommend a balcony room here as the...More
great views, warm reception, great club level, such a nice and good room ,great breakfast, great spa
close to metro...spacious..
tks for the attention guys... specially Kaz...
I will be back
We have traveled the world staying in 5 star hotels and The Palace Hotel in Tokyo was definitely one of the best with regards to service, the club, and restaurants. The people were all lovely and extremely polite and helpful. Every place you turn there...More
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
Tokyo Station (where the train stop) and the hotel is very close, without luggage is 10 minutes walk. Further, the two are connected underground. But, if you carry big luggage, you are better off take a taxi.
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.