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Suite of the week: Palace Suite, Palace Hotel Tokyo, Japan

Suite name: Palace Suite Location: Palace Hotel Tokyo, Japan Size of accommodation: 210-250 sq m / 2,260-2,690 sq ft Cost per night: JPY 1,000,000 Who’s stayed here: The suite has been home to, among others, globally recognisable titans of industry (including fashion, finance, business and entertainment) as well as some very high profile diplomatic guests. What makes it special: Palace Hotel Tokyo’s crowning suite is the largest in the city, directly looking out on to the much-loved Imperial Palace gardens and moats that make up the very heart of the city. Palace Suite bedroom The Palace Suite presents a decadently spacious and luxurious retreat in the bustling metropolis that is Tokyo. Palace Suite living room Palace Suite living room Shaded in earthy tones, muted gold and subtle greys accented by splashes of apricot and aubergine, the chic urban residence features an expansive living and dining area outfitted with contemporary furnishings and adorned with a world-class art collection of its own. Palace Suite living room Its master bedroom comes with a separate vanity area, a marble-clad bathroom with window-side soaking jacuzzi tub, and a dressing room large enough to accommodate one’s new acquisitions from a day of shopping along prestigious Marunouchi Naka Dori, tantamount to London’s Bond Street. Palace Suite bedroom Palace Suite bathroom Palace Suite bathroom The singular Palace Suite can be expanded further by connecting it to the adjoining Club Deluxe King room – with separate entrance and balcony – to create a luxurious two-bedroom residence. Palace Suite dining room If you would like to be featured as ‘suite of the week’ on A Luxury Travel Blog, please contact us.

Paul Johnson

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