Turning Up The Heat In Tokyo

TOKYO – Tokyo may lack the cultural cachet of Paris when it comes to romance, but Palace Hotel Tokyo is doing its part to put more gloss on the city’s amorous appeal. With views of the city’s picturesque Imperial Palace gardens, an indulgent spa experience and a dinner fit for royalty, the hotel is turning up the heat in December, January and February with Romancing Tokyo.

The new two-night package weds elements of French ardor with an intimate prix-fixe dinner for two at the hotel’s Crown restaurant. The seven-course meal is matched with wine pairings from the restaurant’s extensive collection of 8,000 labels, and complemented by the best view in town – the sprawling Imperial Palace gardens and moats with the twinkling city skyline beyond.

Award-winning Chef de Cuisine Manabu Ichizuka, who has more than 30 years of experience in the French culinary arts, stands at the kitchen’s helm in collaboration with Patrick Henriroux, grand chef of the Michelin two-starred La Pyramide in Vienne, France.

His & hers treatments at evian SPA, one of only two evian SPAs outside of France, also feature in the stay. For the gentleman, the ‘Ultimate Experience’ from the Gentlemen’s Collection encompasses a 120-minute full-body treatment combining the hotel’s signature seitai acupressure massage with a deep cleansing facial. And for the lady, a two-hour Mineral Journey offers five types of invigorating scrubs to choose from followed by a full-body oil massage.

Fresh flowers in-room upon arrival and Club Lounge access throughout – including daily breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails & canapés – also come with the package.

And for those wishing to elevate the romance element, Palace Hotel Tokyo’s concierge team, upon request (and at additional expense), can organize a range of romantically inclined pursuits – limited only by the imagination. Whether it be a Christmastime anniversary, an intimate New Year’s Eve or a Valentine’s Day proposal, a range of surprises can be set in motion – including, for example, a candlelit dinner on the guest suite’s terrace set to the tune of a three-piece orchestra and accompanied by the services of a photographer to capture the special moments.

Romancing Tokyo is the latest in a series of offerings rolled out over the last year to celebrate the hotel’s five-year anniversary in 2017 and to highlight the hotel’s five core values – symbolically reflected as gems in the hotel’s crown logo. The package embodies ‘hospitality from the heart’, whether it be in the form of the staff’s attentive service or through grand gestures of romance.

Romancing Tokyo will be available from 1 December 2016 – 28 February 2017. Rates start at JPY 279,000 for a Club Deluxe with Balcony room (based on double occupancy). Book Now.

Jim Sullivan Managing Director
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