INFO Imperial Hotel, Tokyo 5☆

From a parkside boulevard, the understated entrance to The Imperial belies the world of finesse and refinement commensurate with the Japanese capital’s most beloved address. Guestrooms and suites here bespeak infinite care and planning, honed from some 13 decades of experience. Comfort and unstinting convenience are a way of life. Luxurious food and drink are Imperial Hotel hallmarks. From celebrated French haute cuisine to visually entrancing kaiseki delicacies, dining at The Imperial is anything but average. A sumptuously classical Japanese teahouse awaits your discovery. And knowledgeable, white gloved drivers are on hand to take you anywhere you wish to travel.

Centrally located just south of the Imperial Palace grounds, the property has long drawn a high-profile clientele who rely on the discretion of the gracious staff of devoted hoteliers particularly adept at looking after discerning guests.

Address : 1-1, Uchisaiwai-cho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8558, Japan

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1) Kamon
Situated atop the hotel’s main building, Kamon features one of Japan’s most exciting styles of cuisine, teppanyaki. Choose from an alluring selection of steaks and seafood, then watch as your meal is expertly prepared tableside on an open grill.

2) The Imperial Viking Sal
Select from over 40 tempting choices at breakfast, lunch or dinner at the Imperial Viking Sal’s truly dazzling buffet. The globally inspired smorgasbord of dishes includes expertly prepared appetizers, soups, salads, chilled selections, roasts, hot entrees and opulent desserts–many made to order, right in front of you.

3) La Brasserie
Evoking the ambiance of turn-of-the-century Paris, La Brasserie offers a refined selection of regional French dishes and time-honored Imperial Hotel favorites. Take in the convivial atmosphere as you enjoy the excellent cuisine, warm friendly service and a world-class selection of wines.

4) Parkside Diner
Discover a modern twist on classic American cuisine at the Parkside Diner. The sleek dining room features cool shades of beige and white with bright splashes of red. Retro-style lamps over the tables give a subtle nod to the ‘50s. The menu offers an upscale take on selected American favorites.

5) Tokyo Nadaman
An intimate restaurant featuring a traditional sushi bar as well as individual tables, Nadaman presents a delicious selection of Japanese favorites. The menu is ideal for exploring the intriguing flavors and traditions of Japanese dining.

6) Les Saisons
Considered one of the capital’s finest French restaurants, the sumptuous Les Saisons offers an unforgettable dining experience in an elegant setting created by Francois Le Grix. Savor the delectable cuisine of internationally acclaimed chef Thierry Voisin, who hails from Rheims’ multi-Michelin-starred Les Crayeres.

Imperial Floors (Main Building)
The premier Imperial Floors, the 14th, 15th and 16th Floors, of the Main Building in Tokyo, house many of our most refined guest rooms and sumptuous suites.
These spacious, world-class facilities feature our lavish SleepWorks beds, the ultimate in sleeping systems, and tranquil interiors by England’s famed Julian Reed.
Premier Deluxe Suite (150 sqm / 1,615 sqft)
Premier Suite (100 sqm / 1,076 sqft)
Deluxe Suite (80 sqm / 861 sqft)
Junior Suite (54-64 sqm / 581-689 sqft)
Deluxe (42 sqm / 452 sqft)
Superior (32 sqm / 344 sqft)

Regular Floors
The guest rooms located on floors 7-12 of our Main Building have been designed with both dignity and functional elegance in mind. Whether you are staying with family, or here on business, our Main Building rooms provide the promise of a most comfortable night.
Park View Corner Suite (115 sqm / 1,237 sqft)
Junior Suite (54-60 sqm / 581-645 sqft)
Family Connecting Room (143 sqm / 1,539 sqft)
Deluxe (42 sqm / 452 sqft)
Superior (32 sqm / 344 sqft)

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