Imperial Hotel is located in the Ginza neighborhood of Tokyo, close to Tokyo Takarazuka Theatre, Kabuki-za Theatre, and Tokyo Imperial Palace. Nearby points of interest also include Tokyo Tower and National Diet Building.
Dining options at Imperial Hotel include a restaurant and a coffee shop/café. A bar/lounge is open for drinks. Room service is available 24 hours a day. The hotel serves Buffet breakfasts (surcharges apply). Recreational amenities include an indoor pool, a health club, a spa tub, and a sauna. Spa amenities include massage/treatment rooms, beauty services, and a hair salon. This 4.5-star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms, secretarial services, and limo/town car service. Complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas. This Tokyo property has event space consisting of banquet facilities, conference/meeting rooms, and a ballroom. The property offers an airport shuttle (surcharge). Business services, wedding services, and tour assistance are available. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include a marina, valet parking, and multilingual staff.
There are 931 guestrooms at Imperial Hotel. Refrigerators and minibars are offered. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations with handheld showerheads. They also offer phones, bidets, and makeup/shaving mirrors. Wired high-speed Internet access is complimentary. Guestrooms offer complimentary newspapers and in-room safes. Televisions have pay movies. Air-conditioned rooms also include CD players, blackout drapes/curtains, electronic/magnetic keys, and clock radios. Guests may request irons/ironing boards and wake-up calls. A nightly turndown service is offered and housekeeping is available daily. Cribs (infant beds) are available on request.
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"Friendly Staff. Great Location"
Stayed here for business in September. The hotel is exceptionally clean with an array of dining options. The breakfast buffet on the 17th floor is good (although I don't think we would have paid for it--we were given breakfast coupons). The staff is very friendly, speak good English, and go out of their way to assist you. As this was my first hotel in Japan, I wasn't quite sure what to expect, but the Imperial was a nice surprise. The location is within walking distance of just about anything you're looking for: dining, shopping, sight-seeing, etc. I would stay here again.
"Luxury hotel that doesn't disappoint"
I stayed here on business. What struck me right away was the exceptional level of service in everything from the front lobby, to the elevator attendants to the restaurants. I was upgraded right away and the room was large, as well as extremely comfortable and clean. A full tea service in the room. Although I didn't use it but there is a fully stocked minibar. Several English speaking channels on the TV that are not available in many other business hotels. No iron and ironing board in the room but can be requested. However, great bathroom for steaming wrinkles out of clothes and suits (for those business travelers). The restaurants are excellent. I had the best omelette ever at the Parkside Diner, so even the basic restaurant is good. All the restaurants are expensive but the food is very good wherever you go. The hotel is also very centrally located - right across the street from the Chiyoda subway line, walking distance to the Ginza shopping district and very close to multiple restaurants. I hope to be able to stay here again.
"A Hotel for the business traveler."
Its a great hotel, make no mistake, but as I've said before i don't hand out 5 stars a lot for hotels...although this one was very close. Location is terrific and staff excellent. I guess I say the business traveler because you'd have to have it all on the expense account as the value for money isn't there. If you were shelling out $25 for a beer in their bars you would think twice if it was your own money. But most people in the hotel, the Gaijin anyway, are on the expense account and if that had been the case for me it would be 5 stars all the way baby. Also minus 0.1 for the bath products. Not 5 star,
"Amazing hotel with fantastic service"
I have stayed at this hotel twice now on business trips and have been greatly impressed both times. The service throughout is the best I have ever experienced at any hotel globally. Truly VIP in every regard to friendliness, efficiency and professionalism. The hotel itself is grandeur personified with a great mix of modern and historical. Rooms are large by Japan standards and very well equipped. Multiple dining options and welcome that your breakfast can be taken at one of five options, even room service is included which is very rare. The buffet on 17th floor was great and I recommend trying the Japanese breakfast at Nadaman for a unique experience and lots of food! Downside would be the extreme cost of most of the restaurants but for that you get high quality. I hear the Les Saisons restaurant has a Michelin star too. Nice bar selection and pool/gym is fine. Top tip - join Imperial Club for free beforehand for no cost access and other perks. The price is high here but well worth it if you can afford it, even if just for a treat night or two at the end of your trip. I'll be back
"One of the best hotels in the world"
The best thing at the Imperial is the way you are treated. The service is perfect, beautiful japanese style bouquets in every room . The rooms are spacious with amazing views. The cotton kimonos provided in every room are worth buying: they are really very confortable. You can easily book special rooms for meetings, with all the necessary services.The shops downstairs have beautiful and not very expensive souvenirs. Fantastic sushi place, not fancy, excellent if you are in a hurry.The location is very convenient both to Ginza and parks.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM