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HK Magazine - - TRAVEL -

In the midst of Tokyo’s head-spin­ning ur­ban whirl­wind, find respite at Palace Ho­tel Tokyo, an iconic land­mark in the city re­cently given a facelift from a three-year ren­o­va­tion. Lo­cated in the cen­tral Marunouchi dis­trict, the 290-room build­ing’s most iconic fea­ture is the wide moat that winds its way around the ho­tel, with the sprawl­ing Im­pe­rial Palace Gar­dens on the other side. Rooms fol­low an earthy color pal­ette, and feel lux­u­ri­ously cozy with­out be­ing os­ten­ta­tious, while 10 F&B out­lets of­fer food and drinks that ri­val Tokyo’s best.

At night… Stroll through the Im­pe­rial Gar­dens them­selves, which re­main open at night for visi­tors to me­an­der the stone bridges and tree-lined walk­ways. With few visi­tors to the court­yard af­ter sun­set, this is one of the few places to feel the still heart of the city, as its pulse beats all around you. 1-1-1 Marunouchi, Chiy­oda-ku, Tokyo, (+81) 3-3211-5211.

The Palace Ho­tel is an ur­ban re­treat

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