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"Sophistication and elegance on a huge scale: a great base for Ginza."
The Frank Lloyd Wright designed Imperial Hotel is massive. A truly grand experience. But from the enormous (yet elegant) floral arrangements in the lobby to the old-school sophistication of the Aqua cocktail lounge or the Old Imperial Bar, it feels like the hotel is a destination in itself with stories at every turn. The staff and service were wonderful and the food was great. The rooms were surprisingly large. Can't wait to return !
"amazing traditional hotel"
this hotel is amazing with so much history, the service and staff are excellent and the detail in the hotel including the entrance is something you have to visit when in Tokyo. the history of the hotel is also so interesting. rooms a lovely and clean and serviced daily . it is also very central to everything in Tokyo including Ginza and other transport.
The service and choice in this hotel is amazing. Nothing is too much. Views on the 17th floor for both breakfast and an evening drink are well worth it. It is expensive but so are most hotels in Tokyo. Good location.
"The design is a bit old fashioned, thankfully so is the service"
Big rooms characterize this grand old hotel. It has a relentless 60's vibe with little of Frank Lloyd Wright's style, although the Wrightian carpets in the hallways are lovely. It is near one pretty useful subway line as well as being close to Ginza. If you stay there, check out the funky 24 hour restaurants nestled under the train tracks nearby, they are an adventure.
"Big Spacious Room great location"
Went for business. Huge hotel property with huge lobby and retail complex. Almost got lost just by locating where the tower was for my room. Very grand type of historical Japanese hotel - with staff seemingly in tuxedos and white gloves (they weren't, but it felt like it). Reminds me of the imperial Japanese royal image. A manager-looking staff person greeted me with my last name once he saw me enter the hotel with my suit on and pulling a suitcase behind me... that was quite impressive. I guess I was the only Asian-looking business traveler who didn't speak Japanese on the guest list, guess it helped that I booked via Corporate rate. Rooms classic styled super spacious and you can't complain about the location. However, this is still a very pricey hotel and I might have wanted to swap grandiose with modernity at a similar price point. Room huge, but honestly for Tokyo, that might not be too much of a need. Wanted a king bed but was given 2 twins. Would have preferred king since i wasn't sharing.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM