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The Palace Hotel, so named because it overlooks the Imperial Palace gardens, was completely re-built for its 2012 grand opening.
The bedrooms are some of the largest of any Tokyo hotel and beautifully designed, with many enjoying fantastic views of the Imperial Palace gardens themselves. All the rooms feature quality Japanese linen, spacious bathrooms, and the latest hi-tech sound and TV systems.
The hotel's restaurants offer fine dining experiences which will no doubt be rewarded Michelin status in time - choose between a number of Japanese style restaurants including Sushi, Tempura and Teppanyaki as well as French and Chinese cuisine.
Facilities include an Alpine-inspired Evian spa and swimming pool (charges apply) and, of course, Tokyo's best jogging offer - the Imperial Palace circuit - is on your doorstep.
The Ginza district, a short walk away and the hotel is directly connected to Otemachi subway station for easy access to all of Tokyo. All in all this is a fantastic base for a stay in Japan's exciting capital city.
The dilemma when staying in Japan can be choosing which district to base yourself in. Thanks to its unbeatable location, the Palace Hotel is perfectly placed to explore them all.
Miranda, Original Traveller