More than 100 years of history lay enshrined among the bricks of Tokyo Station. Not only has it been officially designated as an Important Cultural Property, but it will also be depicted on the back of Japan’s newly designed ¥10,000 bills scheduled to circulate in 2024.
Welcoming nearly a million passengers every day, it is no exaggeration to say that Tokyo Station is a bona fide symbol of Japan — and sharing that pride is The Tokyo Station Hotel, which boasts an ideal location just 30 steps away from the station’s ticket gates.
Decorated in classic European accents, the hotel features three banquet halls equipped with the latest in audio and visual technologies. From private parties to business seminars and all gatherings in between, the hotel’s professional sales team provides fully coordinated event packages to satisfy the customer’s every need.
Since its renewal in 2012, the 150-room hotel has received rave reviews from countless clients and their guests, many of which cite its detailed service and top-quality food. As a purveyor of MICE tourism (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions), the hotel welcomes back many repeat customers who speak highly of the memorable experiences they’ve had.
Though the hotel has maintained a four-star rating in the Forbes Travel Guide for the last four years running, its newest claim to fame landed just last year when it was selected from among over 500 hotels for the Best Gourmet Experience Award. The award comes courtesy of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, an independent group of hotel critics who recognize only the best of what the accommodation industry has to offer.
The hotel offers authentic French cuisine at its main dining establishment Blanc Rouge, which retains three private booths perfect for entertaining clients or celebrating anniversaries.
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