Tokyo is one of those cities that are filled with amazing sights everywhere you turn. And for the seasoned travelers of the world with a taster for the finer, more haute things in life, no visit to Japan is complete without a visit to the buzzing, bustling city of Tokyo. And, hands down, one of the very best places you could ever stay during your trip to Tokyo is the Imperial Hotel. The Imperial is known for its uncompromising commitment to luxury and excellence and it is conveniently located within the Ginza neighborhood of Tokyo, which is the heart of the city’s major shopping district and is close to theatres, a park and plenty of restaurants and night spots.
The Imperial Hotel is celebrating its 90th Anniversary as of 2013. The hotel was designed by the world-famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright and was a wonder from the time in opened in 1923. From the shining and opulent, wide open lobby with its massive chandelier, you know upon stepping foot in the Imperial that this is a very special hotel. Even the most “basic” rooms in this hotel are extremely well appointed with beds and furnishings that would be considered the lap of luxury anywhere else. And the suites in the Imperial are a perfect blend of comfort and class. From the impeccably served room service to the hotel’s spa, pool, music room and sprawling dining rooms, no expense is spared in the beauty of the Imperial. If you’re visiting Tokyo, you will no doubt greatly improve your visit with a stay at the unforgettable Imperial Hotel.