Palace Hotel Tokyo
Standing as a beacon of Japan’s rich and illustrious heritage, the Palace Hotel Tokyo exudes grace and authenticity. Situated next to the moat that surrounds the Imperial palace, the hotel boasts stellar views of Tokyo’s skyline. Inside the 290-room hotel, guests can choose from seven restaurants, including Sushi Kanesaka, a sushi bar overseen by Michelin starred chef Shinji Kanesaka and Crown, a collaborative culinary venture between the hotel and Michelin starred Chef Patrick Henriroux, which serves the most cutting edge contemporary French fare in the city. For those with a sweet tooth there’s also an in-house pastry shop serving decadent sweets and cakes. Staying at the Palace hotel also offers you the opportunity to take full advantage of the 1200 square metre Evian spa, the first of its kind in Asia. Inside the alpine-inspired space you can enjoy panoramic views, five treatment rooms, marble sauna, heated baths and plunge pool, all of which provide some serious celestial restoration in the lap of luxury.