The Imperial Hotel is one of the oldest and grandest hotels in Tokyo and offers a range of accommodations fitting its reputation and several world-class suites. The rooms are luxurious and spacious and combine history with elegance and state-of-the-art comforts. The fitness centre and spa are equally world class catering for all needs and requirements, and the TOKO-AN, the Imperial’s ceremonial tea chambers, are a slice of the past well worth a visit.
FOOD AND DRINK
With 13 dining options, with individual restaurants offering Japanese, Fine French, Chinese, Sushi, Tempura and speciality grills in addition to the standard traditional dining and hotel buffet service, the Imperial Hotel cannot be faulted for its range and diversity of cuisine, all prepared to the highest standard.
Founded in 1890, The Imperial Hotel Tokyo was built at the request of the Japanese aristocracy to cater for the increasing number of Westerners visiting the city. From its inception to this day, it has catered to distinguished visitors from overseas. The hotel stands just south of the Imperial Palace grounds, where the moat for the palace used to flow. The Imperial Hotel Tokyo overlooks the Imperial Palace, the 40-acre Hibiya Park and the Ginza district. The Imperial Hotel is located close to the shopping and theatre districts of Ginza and Marunouchi. Moreover, the Imperial Hotel’s proximity to major traffic hubs provides guests with easy access to the site of Tokyo, with Roppongi, Akihabara and Shibuya all within striking distance.