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- From 76,000 ~
- Our Rating
Imperial Hotel Tokyo represents the height of Japan’s luxury accommodations and its world-famous hospitality. In addition to the opulent surroundings, the stunning rooms, and on-site restaurants, guests of the Imperial enjoy access to three train stations located just a 5-minute walk from the hotel and connecting them directly to popular tourist spots around the city. With all of that plus a multitude of other services and facilities, Imperial Hotel Tokyo guarantees a truly regal stay in the heart of Japan’s capital.
Why We Recommend This
- There are three central stations located in the vicinity of the hotel: Ginza, Hibiya, and Yurakucho, which offer direct access to many of the city’s most popular travel destinations. A direct limousine bus service to and from Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport is also available, allowing guests of the Imperial to sit back, relax, and enjoy the sights of Tokyo.
- First opening its doors in 1890, the Imperial Hotel Tokyo had more than a century to perfect the art of hospitality, which continues to be practiced today by its unparalleled staff.
- With a fitness center, indoor swimming pool, massage parlor, and various shops that sell anything from beauty supplies to flowers or newspapers and magazines, one doesn’t even need to leave the hotel to enjoy a first-class stay in Tokyo.
- The guestroom’s elegant décor has been gathering international praise ever since the hotel first opened, and today exemplifies the Imperial’s unmatched services and regal hospitality. This is the perfect place to make lasting memories with your loved ones in one of the most iconic cities in the world.
- The hotel features 13 restaurants and three bars, including the French restaurant "Les Saisons," the teppanyaki grill restaurant "Kamon," the “Imperial Buffet Sal," and the "Old Imperial Bar.”
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1-1-1, Uchisaiwai-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo