Greenery and water create a landscape that is unmistakably Japanese. At 1-1-1 Marunouchi, in the very heart of Tokyo, gently flowing time intermingles with the dynamic pulse of daily life. Here, in this ideal location, Palace Hotel Tokyo marked its Grand Opening on May 17, 2012. Relying on the spirit of hospitality nurtured since our original opening in 1961, the new incarnation of Palace Hotel Tokyo aims to provide the best of Japan, serene and refined. Guest rooms, restaurants and bars, spa and fitness facilities, function rooms... we have taken meticulous care to create facilities that are truly one-of-a-kind, in the tradition of Palace Hotel Tokyo. Guest rooms at Palace Hotel Tokyo afford spacious comfort, befitting a grand residence. Limited to just 290 rooms and suites, all 45m2 or larger, our focus is on meticulous hospitality. Guests staying in Club Rooms or suites will enjoy access to a private Club Lounge. Windows overlook a landscape of soothing greenery and water. Fittings include quality Japanese linens and spacious bathrooms.
Hotel Address:Location SummaryMore than a business district, Tokyo's central Marunouchi area has undergone a metamorphosis, becoming a hub for dissemination of lifestyle information. An entrance on the first basement level of the hotel provides direct access to the Otemachi Subway Station (passageway scheduled to open in Spring 2013). Within walking distance of Tokyo Station, near to Ginza and Nihonbashi districts as well, our unparalleled 1-1-1 Marunouchi location enhances the pleasure of your stay.
- Palace Hotel Tokyo
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Directions to Hotel
Conveniently located at 1-1-1 Marunouchi, the Palace Hotel Tokyo is easily accessible from two major stations with 12 railway and subway lines. JR Tokyo Station is an eight-minute walk from the hotel, while an underground passage (planned for completion in Spring 2013) on the 1st basement floor leads directly to Otemachi Subway Station.
Guests staying in Club Rooms and suites will enjoy access to a private Club Lounge (19F), staffed full-time to ensure comfort and convenience from check-in through check-out. Breakfast and evening canapés are complemented by an array of beverages. The Club Lounge also offers private room and terrace seating.
Banquets & Meetings
With a capacity of 1,500 people, our main function room is graced by a huge window, 7m tall and 22m wide. All eight function rooms, large and small, are appropriate venues for a convivial gathering, bathed in natural light and soothed by vistas of greenery and water.
Fine Dining on Site
The new Palace Hotel Tokyo inherits the traditions that made our predecessor a favorite destination for connoisseurs. All-Day Dining on the first floor offers terrace seating and menus ranging from breakfast to dinner.
Dignitaries and celebrities from throughout Europe regularly visit the Evian Resort on the shores of Lac Léman. Here, at Palace Hotel Tokyo, the renowned spa from the Evian Resort makes its first appearance in Japan. A luxurious interpretation of "health through waters," the spa offers a unique combination of hot baths and quality treatments to lighten one's body and mind from eventful daily life. A celestial journey, far from the everyday, closer to oneself.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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