If you plan to visit Tokyo, then you might be interested in staying in a magnificent newly opened Palace Hotel Tokyo. The building is finally open after a large renovation that cost to its owners as much as ¥90 billion (US$1.2 billion). The hotel, which once has housed Palace Hotel and Hotel Teito, is now finally open for publics.
The hotel in Tokyo is located in a truly picturesque place. The entrance to it is located near the famous Otemon Gate. Magnificent Aji stone walls beautifully reflect the stonework of the imperial moats. In general the hotel occupies an area in the heart of Tokyo near the moat-side of Imperial Palace. The hotel’s guestrooms are divided into six categories. There are 290 guestrooms and 12 suites in total. The 23-storey building provides excellent views of Tokyo. Guests of this hotel will also be able to attend the Evian Spa Tokyo – this is the only Evian spa outside France. Dining facilities of the hotel are no less stunning. Guests are welcome to visit Crown, the restaurant awarded with two Michelin stars. The restaurant is the result of collaboration with Patrick Henriroux from La Pyramide. Other restaurants are Amber Palace, the Chinese cuisine restaurant run by Chugoku Hanten Group and Wadakuram the restaurant and sushi bar dedicated to Japanese cuisine, operated by Shinji Kanesaka.
Four basement levels of the hotel are dedicated to 17 retail outlets. Next year one of the basement levels will have a direct connection with Otemachi subway station.