Located in the heart of Tokyo’s Chiyoda neighborhood, the Imperial Hotel offers guests luxury accommodations with access to several modes of public transportation. The hotel rooms accommodate three guests and feature flat screen televisions, refrigerators, air conditioning, comfortable chairs and writing desks. Connecting rooms are available for families, and cribs are provided at no additional cost. Thirteen onsite restaurants provide a wide array of international and authentic Japanese dishes. Kids will enjoy splashing in the indoor pool and visiting the nearby cultural attractions. Parents can spend the day shopping and sightseeing, while their children are cared for by trained professionals.
Our Editor Loves
- Indoor swimming pool
- Professional childcare
- Complimentary shuttles
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
I stayed at the Imperial Hotel for six nights during the Rugby World Cup.
On check in I was told a king size room wasn't available despite booking that particular room some six months previously. I said this wasn't acceptable so the receptionist had a look again. Surprise surprise he found one but wanted to charge me an extra £70 per night. Again I said this wasn't acceptable and he went to speak top a manager that was in some other office. Eventually he came back and had found a room. 26th floor.
The room looked tired, the decor was completely dated, the bed was uncomfortable
by Stephen B
We spent several nights in the hotel as a family of five. The hotel was excellent in all respects, good food, good rooms and friendly and attentive staff. What really made the difference is that we had a medical emergency during our stay, which I should add was nothing to do with the hotel, but the senior managers were very supportive and did everything possible to assist us. I cannot praise them highly enough for their help.
The location is in central Tokyo close to the palace and the shopping centre. Convenient for all amenities.
We definitely hope to return.