Preferred Hotels(R) & Resorts Expands in Asia With Newest Member Palace Hotel in Tokyo

With Extraordinary Eco-Friendly Practices, Palace Hotel Truly Stands Out as Only Preferred in Japan

CHICAGO, June 23 /PRNewswire/ — Preferred Hotels(R) & Resorts announces the Palace Hotel in Tokyo as the newest hotel to join the luxury brand and the only member in Japan, bringing the portfolio to 137 properties in more than 50 countries.

Situated in Tokyo’s exclusive Marunouchi business district and facing the Imperial Palace Gardens, the Palace Hotel offers 389 spacious guest rooms housed in a classic low-rise design with over l.5 million porcelain tiles on the exterior facade. Renowned as one of Tokyo’s premier hotels, Palace Hotel offers seven restaurants and convention facilities to accommodate up to 1,500. Less than a block from Tokyo Metro’s Otemachi station, Palace Hotel is steps away from the city’s convention center, central business and entertainment districts just a few stops away.

In addition to luxurious rooms and highly attentive service, Palace Hotel stands out for its commitment to the environment with a comprehensive hotel recycling program, making it an eco-friendly oasis in urban Tokyo. From an exhaustive employee education program to partnerships with local farmers and industry, the hotel’s recycling program sets a benchmark for the industry.

Preferred Hotels(R) & Resorts Worldwide is a global brand of independently owned luxury hotels and resorts that provide the highest standards of quality and service. Founded in 1968 as a referral service for the top guests of six independent hoteliers, the association has grown into its current status as a for-profit stock corporation representing more than 130 hotels worldwide. To qualify as a Preferred hotel or resort, each property must pass Preferred’s award-winning Standards of Excellence(TM). Honored with the “Best Practices Champion Award” by Cornell University, Preferred’s Standards of Excellence ensure that guests consistently enjoy impeccable personal service and hospitality at every Preferred hotel or resort. For more information or to book Preferred Hotels & Resorts, visit http://www.preferredhotels.com/ , call 1-800-323-7500, or see your local travel agent.

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