Accommodation rating: Luxury
First opened in 1915, a year after the opening of Tokyo Station, the Tokyo Station Hotel was a European-style hotel in the heart of Tokyo, with magnificent architecture and luxury facilities. Subsequently damaged during the Great Kanto earthquake of 1923 and the second world war, it continued as popular coffee bar but not a luxury hotel, until 2006 when the Tokyo Station Marunouchi regeneration project began. An extensive renovation took place, and the hotel reopened in October 2012.
The 150 guestrooms and suites are part of the iconic station building, and designed with classic European décor, high-vaulted ceilings and expansive windows, while retaining the hotels rich heritage and historical significance. Palace side rooms overlook the cityscape of the surrounding Marunouchi area and the Imperial Palace Gardens, while the Dome side rooms are set alongside the North and South Cupola domes of Tokyo Station, with a view of the reliefs on the Cupola dome ceiling of Tokyo Station, as well as the station itself. Fine dining is available at the Blanc Rouge restaurant, and more casual fare at The Atrium. Drinks and snacks are offered at the Lobby Lounge, Bar & Cafe Camellia and the Bar Oak.
Please call 020 3813 2966 for more information or to make a booking.