I recently stayed at The Palace Hotel Tokyo for 3 nights. It was everything that one would expect from a 5 star luxury Tokyo hotel. The hotel is located near the Imperial Palace, and is in the business district. There is an entrance to the Otemachi subway station directly from the lower level of the hotel which is very convenient. Everywhere in Tokyo accessible by the subway system once you become familiar with it (it initially seems complicated, but isn't).
The hotel's design is modern understated elegance. There is modern Japanese art displayed throughout the hotel. There are several excellent restaurants located within the hotel, but they are a bit pricey (but on par with other Tokyo hotel restaurant prices). The fitness center is well equipped and open 24 hours a day.
The service at The Palace Hotel is excellent! All of staff from the front desk to house keeping are warm and welcoming. I have read other reviews that the service was not up to the level of the multi-national hotel brands, but I did not find this to be true. The service was warm and friendly while being very prompt and efficient.
I had reserved a Deluxe King Room on a Club Floor. The room was quite large and very clean and comfortable. The Club Lounge offered Breakfast, Afternoon Tea & Canapes and Cocktails every evening. The Lounge Staff was amazing!
I would highly recommend The Palace Hotel Tokyo to anyone visiting Tokyo.
Traveller from California
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We had a family suite which had 2 queen beds very spacious with large bathroom with bath & seperate shower
Excellent staff & service , they will meet you from station platform if you advise of train time
Great on site spa with steam room & hot onsen & jet showers with on site toiletries for your use all complimentary
Huge food & shopping area under the station right on your doorstep & a macdonalds which is good for a maccas breakfast with the kids .
Traveller from Sydney Australia
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The hotel is only 1-2 minutes walk from the near by Kyobashi Tokyo-Metro (subway) station, and is within 10 minutes walk from Tokyo main station. Easy access from Narita via NEX. Rooms are small, just as other business hotels in Tokyo, but clean. Good for single person staying, I'd feel a bit crowded when traveling as a couple or with family. A nice izakaya style restaurant is inside the hotel offering nice night hang out if you don't feel like going out, it was raining heavily one night when I was there and it's a great place to kill a night.
This hotel is not only greatly located, but also it has easy access to the metro, mistukoshi, Takashimaya and other great department stores. The staff is amazing, the bakery on the first floor is sensational and the staff is spectacular.
Shangri La Tokyo provided top of the line service, from the beginning to the end of our stay. Starting by picking us up from the Tokyo train station to everything that we needed help with. The Spa was great and the restaurants provided great tasting food and ambience, the staff made us felt us royalty during our stay.
After missing my last shinkansen to Hiroshima, I was able to book using expedia while riding the NEX. Staff was friendly and spoke English (at least well enough to get me checked in and out). They already had my reservation taken care of by the time I arrived, about and hour and a half after I booked it. As with many hotels, the walls were a little thin. Though clean, the room showed some signs of wear. I appreciated the HEPA filter, as the room wasn't musty, but a little stuffy.
Just north of Ginza, this financial area was named after its bridge, which has been the mile-zero marker for Japan’s national highway network throughout the centuries. Once home to Japan’s first department store, the neighborhood’s more recent contribution to the retail market is a five-story center devoted to shops, cafes, restaurants, and a supermarket.
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