Kyoto Hotel Okura
The Kyoto Hotel Okura is a 17-story building ideally located in the city center, with 322 spacious guest rooms featuring views of the city, and a variety of excellent restaurants. Many of Kyoto's top restaurants, sights, and shops are within a short walk, making this hotel perhaps the best located in the city.
Ideally situated between Hibiya Park and Ginza, this legendary Tokyo landmark has welcomed royalty, heads of state, celebrities and international business leaders for over 115 years, offering discreet, highly personalized services, restrained elegance, award-winning cuisine and refined, impeccable Japanese hospitality. Our group package is based on use of standard rooms in the Tower Building. Accommodations are unusually large for Japan, with choice of two twin beds or one double bed. Each room features a television, safe, minibar, coffee maker, and private bath with bathrobes and hairdryer. Rooms also include complimentary broad band internet connections. The hotel offers a plentiful variety of dining options—seven Japanese restaurants including branches of some of the country’s best-known establishments, one of the city’s finest French restaurants, a casual brasserie, a top floor Continental buffet, Italian, and Chinese restaurants, and a lobby-level coffeeshop open all day. There are also four bars, a tea pavilion and an international tea salon. Room service is on call 24 hours. The hotel’s health club (for which a usage fee is charged) features an indoor pool, gym, and saunas.
The Palace Hotel in Tokyo has just emerged from an extensive renovation, and is now one of the most appealing hotels in the city, with a prime central location near the Imperial Palace. All group rooms feature balconies with views of the Imperial Palace gardens.