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Imperial Hotel

1-1 Uchisaiwai-Cho 1-CHOME, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 100-8558 Japan

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Imperial Hotel, Chiyoda, Japan
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Imperial Hotel - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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There are many more reasons why you will be glad you chose Windsor hotel whilst you are in Luxor.We have our own bazaar within the hotel offering you a fine range of gifts & souvenirs. There is a bank in the reception area for your convenience. Our laundry service is fast and efficient. Our hotel ha...

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The Imperial hotel has supply to royalty, statesmen, fabled celebrities and the leaders of international commerce. The building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923 but demolished in the fire.The rooms are superb, with private writing desks, three telephones, individual environment control sys...

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An Imperial hotel has stood on this site since 1890, when it was founded at the behest of the Emperor to accommodate western visitors in a familiar style. The most famous incarnation of the Imperial, one of The Leading Hotels of the World, was in the 1923 building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, whi...

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This pub is nearly always packed with a fun-seeking mix of locals and foreigners. It's in a former Aum Shinri Kyo (the cult held responsible for the gas attack in the Tokyo subway in 1995) headquarters in Ebisu. Subway: Hibiya subway line, Ebisu Stati...

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You can't beat the location of these prestigious quarters: in the heart of central Tokyo, between the Imperial Palace and Ginza. The finest rooms, on the 30th floor in the New Tower, afford views of the palace grounds. The Old Imperial Bar incorporates elements from the 1922 version of the hotel, wh...

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One might expect to find history in a place with such a grand name. But its past - opened by royal decree in 1890 and added to by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923 - has disappeared. Today the Imperial - wedged between the bustling Ginza district and leafy Hibiya Park - offers up two sleek postmodern tower...

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Located across from Hibiya Park, and within walking distance of the Ginza and Imperial Palace, this is one of Tokyo's best-known and most popular hotels, with foreigners (mostly business executives) making up about 40% of the guests. The Imperial's trademark is impeccable service: Guests are treated...

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The legendary grande dame of Tokyo's hotels, the Imperial is within walking distance of everything important in the city. The park side Imperial features impeccable attention to detail; lavish, award winning cuisine; and airy suites traditionally favored by statesmen, royalty, and celebrities. Perso...

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LOCATION, STYLE AND CHARACTER: This first class hotel is ideally situated for visitors to the area. It has a welcoming atmosphere that emphasizes friendly and hospitable service. The hotel has excellent facilities as well as comfortable guest rooms and public areas. FEATURES AND SERVICES: All of the...

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The legendary grand dame of Tokyo's hotels, the Imperial is within walking distance of everything important in the city. The parkside Imperial features an impeccable attention to detail, lavish, award winning cuisine and airy suites traditionally favored by statesmen, royalty and celebrities. Person...

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All of the guest rooms are comfortable and nicely equipped to give a feeling of being home while away from home. The hotel also has a variety of facilities and services that are sure to meet the needs of both business and leisure travellers. Narita Int'l Airport NRT 60...

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Location. The Imperial Hotel is adjacent to Hibiya Park and the Nissay and Takarazuka Theatres in downtown Tokyo, Japan. Ginzas shopping district, the Sony building and the Tokyo International Forum are within 700 meters of the hotel. The 1890 Imperial Palace and East Garden is less than two kilomet...

Tokyo Imperial Hotel is world class - user review
This is a 5 star hotel in anyone's book. When my cab pulled in, I was impressed with the sweep and gracefulness of the hotel and its 30 story tower. Walking into the main entry which opens to a magnificent lobby and center d...

Well deserved reputation - user review
Excellent location. The room was clean and comfortable, the service impeccable. I have no hesitation in recommending this hotel. I would gladly s...

Imperial in Tokyo - user review
Get the renovated rooms. The hotel is fantastic, IF you get the renovated rooms in the main building. Anything else will disappoint you. The non renovated rooms are large for Tokyo standards, but are about 10 years behind in comfort and decor from similar Tokyo hotels. The location is terrific, clos...

Imperial location - user review
The Imperial Hotel is a wonderful hotel in a great location. Walking distance to Ginza, Imperial Gardens and good restaurants. ...

Imperial Hotel: A Legendary Hotel... - user review
Elegance and comfort are two words which can best describe the characteristics of this famous hotel. With a wonderful location just minutes from Tokyo Station, the Imperial Palace offers breathtaking views of gardens, trees, and the Tokyo Bay (depending on the location of your room). The remarkable ...

Imperial Hotel: Tokyo´s Grande Dame - user review
Legendary, the Imperial Hotel, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built across the street from the park of the Imperial Palace, within walking distance of everything important in the city. In some of the public areas, it still retains elements of the original design. There are both Occidental an...

Imperial Hotel: Grand and Majestic - user review
Pleaseant stay. Room service is super fast, not like here in the US where you wait for hours for your request. Close to the Ginza (think Rodeo Drive on steroids) district and the Imperial Palace. Very very nice rooms. We stayed on the rennovated floors and had a fabulous room. Comfy bed, great tea, ...

i loved it so much i cant belive people dodnt live there for ever it was just the best time of my life - user review
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Imperial Hotel - user review
Imperial Hotel is the best Hotel in Japan. It is located in Chiyoda. There are 13 restaurants and 4 bar lounges. One of the restaurants is Buffet-style di...

Nice, but pricey - user review
Great location near the imperial palace and the Ginza and walkable from the train station. Best place if you want to tour Tokyo. The room was very large and very luxurious, an...

this hotel is expensive but worth! - user review
i think its been quite long for me to stay at this hotel since i went to tokyo last year but i just want to write a review for this great costly hotel. the scenery is so cool s...

Greatest hotel I've ever been to - user review
I used to spend a night or two with my dad when I was on my trip to visit my relatives here ( a very long time ago when I used to live in the US ). Anyway, from what I recall d...

5 stars hotel - user review
Imperial hotel is excellent location and perfect services .The price was not cheap instead i could spend great hotel life in Tokyo !! especially , that hotel has a lot of restau...

It was soooo nice!!! - user review
I liked the place because the people had wonderful japanese hospitality at the service was great. The rooms were worth the money and all the accomadations were good.I even met so...

Japan Traditional hotel - user review
I been there quite long time ago. However it was one of histrical japanese traditional hotel indeed. Food was excelent service was very nice and just bit expensive of cost! I wa...

Imperial hotel is awesome!! - user review
I have been to there many times.Every time I go there, I moved service,Beautiful and Dinne r so much.Especially, the suite room in imperial hotels is so great. In room, There are...

One of the better hotels in Tokyo - user review
I used to always stay at the Imperial due to its proximity to my Tokyo office. The rooms are of reasonable size, and the service is always excellent. There are plenty of good re...

Personifies Japanese Culture - user review
This is my 3rd saty at The Imperial and it is a truly great hotel. From the ease of the Airport Limousine stopping out the front to never having to touch your bag, the effortlessne...

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