Winter savings with Hotel Okura Tokyo

Enjoy the vibrant hustle and bustle of Tokyo, its elegant shopping and kaleidoscopic neon lights, made even more magical under a dusting of snow. Visit the stunning Imperial Palace and then return to the warmth and hospitality of the five-star Hotel Okura Tokyo. The hotel is one of the city’s landmark buildings, located in the heart of Tokyo close to the main business districts and excitement of the Kasumigaseki, Roppongi, Ginza, and Akasaka areas. Until 31st March 2009, guests can enjoy the special Winter Promotion rate of 37,360JPY (approx $390) per room per night for a superior double room based on two sharing, which represents a saving of 13,860JPY (approx $145) per room per night and includes service charge and all taxes.

Comments (3)

  1. Andrew Tidmarsh says:

    As always, stunning modern design in Japanese hotels. Well worth shelling out for this kind of stay.

  2. I lived in Tokyo for seven years and the Hotel Okura certainly set the standard for other hotels in Japan to follow. Built in the 60s it still retains an certain classic hotel feel but the service, food and rooms are still simply wonderful. The Hotel Okura has quite a iconic status in Tokyo & certainly worth you dropping by.

  3. Kendal H says:

    During a long layover I once stopped here for an amazing dinner. We had a bunch of small courses, because there was so much we wanted to try. I swear, the moaning and groaning from our table was non-stop, in a good way! The food was incredible, and the hotel was beautiful. Great service too (as usual in Japan)

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