Royal Park Hotel
Tokyo is an enticing mix of ancient sites and futuristic cityscapes, and Royal Park Hotel combines modern sophistication with timeless Japanese traditions just steps from the Tokyo City Terminal (T-CAT), making arrival and departure from Tokyo airports effortless. This flawless hotel is right in the heart of the action — close to businesses headquartered in the Marunouchi district, Ginza where the world’s most famous fashion designers can be found along 5th Avenue, and Ningyocho where traditional shops and restaurants line the streets. Join the tea ceremonies at Royal Park Hotel by a tranquil garden and savor the finest Kobe steaks overlooking the dazzling city skyline while you plan your next adventure among the towers and temples of sprawling Tokyo.
- Slip into the lovely yukata robe provided for you as you relax in one of 419 stylish guestrooms and suites, including the opulent Royal Suite
- Upgrade to the executive levels for late check-out — depending on availability — cocktails, and daily breakfast
- Reserve a spot in the Japanese Garden and Teahouse for a unique experience
- Host an elegant event in one of the flexible meeting rooms with stunning city views
- Spoil yourself at Japan’s only La Prairie day spa or keep active in the fitness center
- Enjoy limitless access to the city and tourist attractions via Suitengūmae Station, conveniently connected to the hotel
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This chic sanctuary has 419 generously-sized guestrooms and suites decorated with neutral tones and rich wood furniture — the perfect balance of sophistication and comfort. Pick your dream pillow, slip into a lovely yukata robe, and relax on the plush bed. Upgrade to an executive room to enjoy daily breakfast and evening cocktails in a private lounge with big city views.
Each guestroom and suite benefits from a handy phone with free international calls, allowing easy connection with the hotel and businesses in the area, as well as with loved ones and colleagues far away.
The hotel’s expansive collection of on-site restaurants are well-placed in a city that prides itself on outstanding dining, and where international cuisine is as innovative as the unforgettable local fare.
Sumida – Classically trained artisan chefs work their teppanyaki magic at this top-floor restaurant. While savoring Kobe and Matsuzaka beef steaks, take in breathtaking views of the Tokyo Tower.
Yanone Sushi – For sushi and sake, this cozy hot spot is your first choice. The hand-crafted and seasonal offerings here are especially outstanding.
Royal Scots – It is easy to forget you’re in Japan while enjoying a pint at this authentic English outpost. Famous for its vast international drink menu and homey interiors.
Kei-Ka-En – While regional dishes are popular, Cantonese seafood specialties are the real draw here, and private dining rooms are available to create an intimate evening.
Symphony – This incredible all-day buffet serves Western favorites in the lively, casual atmosphere created by the open kitchen and friendly servers.
Fontaine – Start the day here relaxing with a coffee, then return in the evening for cocktails and snacks in this charming lobby lounge.
Genjikoh – Order from the extensive menu of traditional and kaiseki dishes at a table with a serene backdrop of the Japanese garden and pond.
Matsukaze – Expert chefs create fresh dishes right before your eyes at this laid-back tempura counter.
Palazzo – Come for the spectacular lunch buffet and the equally exceptional views. Palazzo can also be reserved as a banquet hall for special events.
IKI – Indulge in a loaf of artisan bread or a delicious dessert from this in-house bakery.
Find calm amid the Japanese garden, and experience an authentic ceremony in the teahouse. Enter a world of total rejuvenation at Japan’s only La Prairie day spa, and stay active in the hotel’s fitness center.
Explore the nearby Edo-era neighborhood of Ningyocho for authentic Japanese yakitori and soba, and shop your way through Ginza. Visit the Suiten-gū Shrine next to the hotel, and catch a train to the stunning Skytree Tower for a performance at the nearby Meiji-za Theater.
Royal Park Hotel
An astute choice for business and leisure travelers. Royal Park Hotel is in cosmopolitan Nihonbashi, where quirky sights, outstanding restaurants, and shopping hot spots compete for attention. It’s also close to the central business districts of Ginza and Marunouchi.
Haneda Airport is 13 mi / 20 km away.
Narita International Airport is 41 mi / 66 km.
Suitengūmae Station connect by passageway to the hotel.
Tokyo Station is 2 mi / 3 km away, and will connect you to the Shinkansen (bullet train).
Tokyo City Air Terminal (TCAT) is adjacent to the hotel.