Palace Hotel Tokyo invites guests to experience Autumn Rejuvenation at Japan’s only evian SPA
Palace Hotel Tokyo, one of Japan’s finest independent luxury hotels invites guests to experience bespoke wellness journeys at the evian® SPA. The 1,200-square-meter Alpine-inspired sanctuary in the very heart of Tokyo enjoys views of the Imperial Palace, gardens and moats offering guests an extensive choice of spa and wellness experiences.
This Autumn, the evian SPA at Palace Hotel Tokyo introduces the Esprit Spa Ball Body treatment, a brand new treatment by Omnisens, the notable Parisian spa brand which was established in Paris in 2004. Taking inspiration from the surroundings and nature, the treatment is a purifying journey aiming to encourage deep relaxation.
The Esprit Spa Ball Body treatment presents guests with an opportunity to enliven the inner self and is centred on a rhythmical technique which combines a “spa ball” massage (resembling a golf ball), stretching as well as body massage using oil to help to alleviate muscle fatigue and improve circulation.
The Esprit Spa Ball Body Treatment is priced at JPY 22,000 for 90 minutes and is available until 30th November 2019.
As Tokyo gears up to host the 2020 Summer Olympics, the Palace Hotel Tokyo as one of the city’s most celebrated hotels is getting into the spirit with the launch of Energizing Tokyo, a stay & spa package that comes with an à la carte menu of fitness pursuits – including swimming with an Olympian and a private meditation session with a Buddhist monk – to refresh and rejuvenate both body and mind.
The “Energizing Tokyo” stay and spa package includes two nights of accommodation, daily breakfast at a choice of Grand Kitchen or In-Room Dining, three hours complimentary use of the hotel’s Raleigh bicycles, as well as the 90-minute experiences at Japan’s only evian SPA with a selection of therapies including Vitalizing Signature, Celestial Therapy and Mineral Therapy.
Guests also have the flexibility to add their choice of physical or meditative pursuits (at additional charge) from an array of bespoke activities including a private two-hour swimming session with former Japanese Olympic swimmer and Asian Games medallist Hanae Ito in the hotel’s indoor pool or to opt for a private zen meditation with the head monk of a 400-year-old Buddhist temple.
The Palace Hotel Tokyo is situated in one of the city’s most exclusive real estate districts, adjacent to Japan’s Imperial Palace. The hotel also claims prime frontage within Tokyo’s renowned Marunouchi business district as well as proximity to the Nihonbashi financial centre. The city’s landmark Tokyo Station is within easy walking distance of the hotel.
The hotel preserves its distinct commitment to Japanese hospitality embodying the most distinguished traditions, culture and as seen through its design with contemporary aesthetics interwoven throughout the rooms and public areas. Comprising 290 rooms, every guest room of the hotel features views of Tokyo’s Imperial Palace gardens as well as the surrounding skyline. Half of the rooms feature private balconies and that is a true rarity in Tokyo. The hotel’s 10 restaurants & bars are all dining destinations in their own right offering the finest wine and culinary experiences in the city. Spa & Wellness facilities are a quintessential part of the hotel where guests may enjoy the hotel’s evian® SPA.