The Prince Gallery: Tokyo’s Sanctuary in the Sky
The hotel is home to 250 custom-designed rooms, two restaurants, and a skyline spa with a swimming pool from which one can gaze out on the city. From the moment the elevators open on the 36th floor, it’s clear that you’re in a remarkable space designed to give a sense of elevation and levitation at every turn. From the hotel, the boundaries between the building and the surrounding sky almost disappear. The astonishing views of Tokyo are no accident; lounge by the window at the bar, or in the comfort of your room, and take in the bustle from the sky. Relax in a space specifically designed to feel like you’re above it all.
Swiss Perfection Spa Koi
Nothing inspires tranquility quite like a serene spa treatment or swimming meditative laps in a heated pool. The hotel’s Swiss Perfection Spa Koi, located on the 30th floor, offers a wide variety of options for weary travelers looking to relax and refresh. From cleansing facials to Japanese-style hot stone massages, all services use products from eponymous skincare line Swiss Perfection whose cutting-edge cellular science delivers superior, rejuvenating results.
Perched on the 35th floor of the hotel, one can experience unparalleled contemporary Japanese cuisine at Washoku Souten. The restaurant offers a menu centered around the idea of ice—a metaphor for the freshness of seasonal ingredients and a reference to traditional sushi. Be sure to savor the luscious fried blowfish, a local delicacy that can only be prepared by a master chef. For a post-dinner drink, drop by the Sky Gallery Lounge or Bar Illumiid, whose soothing atmosphere is reminiscent of a library, to enjoy an extensive selection of Japanese whiskey. Both bars offer a sweeping aerial perspective on the city, which glows beautifully at all hours of the evening. Over-the-shoulder shot of plate of sushi in front of woman in yellow shirt and chefEnjoy rare delicacies at the hotel’s sushi restaurant, Washoku Souten.
With the most spectacular views of the city and elevated touches at every possible turn, The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho is a sanctuary in the sky for travelers looking to discover a peaceful side to the busy city.
Please note, reservations are required at all restaurants.