Imperial Hotel Tokyo


1-1, Uchisaiwai-Cho 1-Chome
Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 100-8558, Japan
Tel: +81 3-3504-1111
Fax: +81 3-3581-9146

As a prestigious member of the Leading Hotels of the World, the 5-star Imperial Hotel Tokyo boasts an impressive historic pedigree. Centrally located just south of Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace grounds, the property has long drawn a high-profile clientele who rely on the discretion of the gracious staff of devoted hoteliers particularly adept at looking after discerning guests. Rooms are situated in the main building or in the gleaming tower, and many look across 40-acre Hibiya Park, the Imperial Palace or the dazzling Ginza neighborhood. Two indulgences not to be missed here are the daily traditional tea ceremony and a drink in the Old Imperial bar, an elegant Art Deco space containing pieces of murals and terracotta tile from the original building, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923.

The Imperial Hotel’s standard guestrooms are located in the tower building. Magical views of the neon lights of Ginza, the Shiodome, or panoramic daytime vistas of Hibiya Park are features of many rooms. All standard accommodations offer 31 square meters of carefully conceived comfort and convenience, including complimentary broadband internet connections and abundant amenities. All guestrooms feature individually controlled air conditioning, 30-inch flat-screen television with satellite connection, coffee/tea making facilities, mineral water, bathrobes, slippers, and cotton kimonos.

The Imperial Hotel Tokyo boasts thirteen amazing restaurants ranging from authentic Western fare to local Japanese delicacies, but perhaps its most notable is the Imperial Viking Sal restaurant. Opening its doors in 1958, it was Japan’s very first buffet restaurant. In fact, the new style of dining was so popular, it even gave “viking” a new meaning in contemporary Japanese: buffet. The hotel also offers guests a selection of three stylish and comfortable bars, the Old Imperial Bar, the Rendez-Vous Lounge and the Imperial Lounge Aqua overlooking the tree topped expanses of lush Hibiya Park. The Imperial hotel also features two tea ceremony rooms, the contemporary Toraya tea room and the traditional Toko-An tea room.

The hotel’s Gargantua delicatessen offers patrons freshly baked breads, elegant pastries, sandwiches, chocolates, wines and various other gift options. A private music room featuring a Steinway & Sons grand piano, 50-inch plasma screen and AV equipment is available by reservation on a complimentary basis for up to two hours. The hotel also features a number of health and beauty options including a barber, nail salon, cosmetic dentistry and luxurious spa treatments. The Imperial hotel’s state-of-the-art fitness center, pool and sauna facilities are available to hotel guests for a small daily usage charge. 


  • Complimentary newspaper
  • Broadband Internet access
  • Alarm clock
  • 30-inch satellite TV
  • Bathrobes
  • Cotton kimonos
  • Slippers
  • Coffee/Tea maker
  • In-room safe deposit box
  • Refrigerator with mini bar
  • Restaurants
  • Bars & Lounges
  • Pool, Spa, Saunas & Fitness center
  • Room service