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We're pleased to offer these special set courses, chock full of choice dishes carefully chosen by the hotel's restaurants Head Chefs.
Don't miss the opportunity to dine in style at the Royal Park Hotel.
This times just keeping getting happier at the Royal Park Hotel. You can enjoy a relaxing drink or snack for a most reasonable price during our new Happy Hour at Main Bar Royal Scots.
An evening of delicious entertainment is yours at the Sumida Teppan-yaki Restaurant as thick juicy Kobe and Matsuzaka beef steaks are prepared before your eyes by professional chefs. In the backgroud, the lights of a vibrant and beautiful Tokyo dance to your delight.
One of the most famous of Japanese foods is tempura. At Genjikoh's tempura counter you can enjoy the finest seasonal ingredients prepared right before your eyes. Genjikoh is located on the 5th floor overlooking the so you can enjoy your meal while you feast your eyes on our beautiful Japanese garden.
The Royal Park Hotel highly recommends a stroll through historic Edo-era neighborhood Ningyo-cho, just a short 5-minute walk from the hotel, during your stay. Famed for its traditional arts and crafts industry, the Ningyo-cho district is a great way to explore the sounds, sights and tastes of Tokyo.
The Royal Park Hotel Executive Floors offers a host of services designed to make your business trip more comfortable, efficient, and pleasurable. When you stay in any of the guestrooms you can enjoy complimentary breakfast, complimentary access to the Royal Park Fitness Club, broadband Internet service, and full use of the Executive Lounge.
On your next visit to the Royal Park Hotel you can enjoy a bit of tradition as our Guest Relations Officer will be dressed in traditional Japanese kimono each week from Monday to Friday. While once the daily wear for millions of Japanese women, the kimono today is generally worn only for special occasions.
Please note that a fake English website using the name of Royal Park Hotel has appeared.
We have confirmed the existence of a fake English website which pretends to be Royal Park Hotel's official English website.
Please be sure to access Royal Park Hotel's official English website at http://www.rph.co.jp/english/ to view products and services provided by Royal Park Hotel.
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The Royal Park Hotel sits at the locus of Old Edo (now called Tokyo) and provides the perfect starting point to tour the area the old-fashioned way --- by rickshaw. Take an hour or two to see the old Nihonbashi and Ningyo-cho at a pace that will let you savor each passing scene.