The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel

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The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel

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Tokyo, Japan

AS DESCRIBED BY PROPERTY: We are the only Luxury Collection hotel in Tokyo and the first Japanese hotel bearing the designs of the up-and-coming Rockwell Group Europe. The interior space is based on the intriguing concept of "levitation" and "a framed kaleidoscope view". Every nook fosters a sense of unity, with artwork perfectly aligned with the hotel's concepts. It comes as no surprise that the word “gallery” features prominently in out hotel’s name. Akin to galleries or museums, viewers can be inspired by the visual gems in our distinctive collection, all created to stimulate the senses. Guests feel the same elation as when they visit an art museum filled with masterpieces and relax on their daybed looking out on the view of Tokyo, framed like a painting. Art and functionality coexist in this contemporary space, augmented by the iconic Japanese hospitality and warm welcome of our staff.

UNIQUE SUITE ACCESS™ EXPERIENCE/AMENITY: Original Aroma

DESTINATION TIP: Up to 400 years ago, Tokyo was known as Edo, a leading city governed by the powerful Shogun of the Tokugawa family. This area, Kioicho, bears much of this legacy as the location of the estates of the Kishu Tokugawa, Owari Tokugawa and the Hikone Li families. Today, these historic sites remain tranquil with a sense of the past, interspersed with rich terrain and native plants that are unique to the outer moat region.

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