Address1-1-1 Uchisaiwai-chō Ginza & TsukijiSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The present building is the successor to Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1923 masterpiece, and small tributes to the architect's style can be found in the lobby and elsewhere. The rooms are not the most stylish in Tokyo but are large, comfortable and generally have impressive views; the ones on the Imperial floor are the most up-to-date. Service here is virtually peerless.
Our independent authors have visited Imperial Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended luxury hotels in Ginza & Tsukiji.
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