Tokyo, the capital of Japan and one of the most popular tourist destinations in South East Asia is now all set to add yet another jewel to its crown, as the much awaited Palace Hotel gets ready for an official launch on May 27th, 2012. This ultra-luxury hotel took a mind blowing one billion dollars for construction and will provide just about every luxurious service and amenities imaginable. Slated to become the crème of the luxury hotels in Tokyo, the Palace Hotel will be featuring 290 brilliantly designed and opulent rooms, while this most expensive luxury hotel will also boasts a dedicated spa that will be operated by Evian. The Palace Hotel in Tokyo has been designed and will be operated on the principal theme of hospitality and all the rooms as well as the suites are said to be either or more than 45 square meters in size. The bathrooms in the rooms will features some of the most exquisite international fittings, while also sporting the finest Japanese linens.
The Palace Hotel has made special arrangements for its elite guests, the ones who choose to stay in the establishment’s Club Rooms or Suites, as these guests will automatically be provided direct access to a private club lounge. However, such exclusivity doesn’t mean that the conventional guests will be treated any less. All the rooms in the Palace Hotel will feature 46 inch LCD TVs, while the bathroom will also be equipped with waterproof LCD TVs and the rooms will also be given DVD players, in-room safe, 24 hours room service, nightly turn-down service and as a special ‘thank you’ to guests, the hotel will also provide complimentary high speed Internet services.
At the very center of the luxury hotel’s publicity is the Evian Spa. Owned and operated by the Evian Resort, this particular spa will be making its stellar debut in Japan with the Palace Hotel. This rejuvenation center is already a hot topic of discussion for the Japanese media as the billion dollar hotel is gearing up to provide the most opulent of hospitality that one can expect from a ultra-luxurious hotel. Furthermore, the Palace Hotel will serve as a home to up to seventeen retail outlets located in the basement of the establishment, while the hotel will also provide a direct underground connection to the Tokyo subway system.