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Imperial Hotel, Tokyo


This legendary Tokyo landmark has welcomed royalty, heads of state, celebrities and international business leaders for over 120 years, offering discreet, highly personalized services, restrained elegance, award-winning cuisine and refined, impeccable Japanese hospitality.

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Room Information

Standard Room
All Standard rooms in the Imperial Tower are decorated in light, bright tones and are all comfortably furnished. These conveniently-sized guestrooms, for single or double occupancy, offer complimentary high speed broadband Internet connections, the latest amenities and easy access to the Fitness Center, pool and sauna facilities.

Main Building Superior
All Main Building Superior rooms on the 7th to the 12th floor have been attractively upgraded and feature a mixture of traditional and innovative styling. The improved comfort and safety features greatly enhance the appeal of these delightfully furnished rooms. 

Imperial Floor Rooms
The premier “Imperial Floors”, the 14th, 15th and 16th Floors, the Main Building in Tokyo, house many of our most refined guestrooms and sumptuous suites. These spacious, world-class facilities feature our lavish SleepWorks beds, the ultimate in sleeping systems, in tranquil interiors by England's famed Julian Reed.
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Things To Do

From its bright billboards and crowded sidewalks, one could confuse Tokyo for New York City, but hiding in the shadows of the skyscrapers, neatly clipped bonsai trees frame ancient wooden houses and kimono-clad women shuffle down narrow streets. Pass spring days under a pink cloud of fragrant cherry blossoms in Ueno Park, or awake early to witness the madness of a tuna auction at Tsukiji Fish Market. Sail down the Sumida River and make a grand entrance at Sensoji, Tokyo’s oldest temple, or feast your eyes on the world’s largest collection of Japanese art at the Tokyo National Museum. 
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Price Guide

$ = Up to $100
$$ = $100 to $199
$$$ = $200 to $349
$$$$ = $350 to $599
$$$$$ = $600 +


Price per person, per night.