Hotel Grand Palace

Address: 1-1-1 Iidabashi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 102-0072, Japan | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Ochanomizu/Suidobashi/Iidabashi area of Chiyoda, is near Yasukuni-jinja, Yasukuni Shrine, LaQua, and Nippon Budokan.
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      Travel Blogs from Chiyoda

      Happiness is a Heated Toilet Seat

      A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Jul 28, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... lighting in the room, the bathroom and in the walk-in wardrobe - this last item had space for clothes, our suitcases, shoes and had a dressing table with power points. There also was a 'valet cupboard' - if you had a delivery (e.g. the newspaper) this gets placed in the cupboard from the outside and a light goes on in the room to inform you of the delivery. The same process works in reverse - e.g. if there's laundry, you put this in the cupboard and press a button ...

      Rush Hour!!! Not the movie, not the game. Reality.

      A travel blog entry by kodatravels on May 18, 2013

      35 photos

      ... the movies. "Why are there so many of you guys here?" I asked a random bulky dude with a Yankee cap on. "You know man... Just chillin." He replied. "I can't believe the US has so many troops here in Japan" I responded. "Ahhh, well you know man, we work together now.." After doubting that I was indeed Israeli and questioning me about our marshmallow factory he shook my hand and we parted. A random Japanese girl called me over at one of the concerts telling Hiroaki to leave us ...

      The Tsukiji Flop

      A travel blog entry by rt9812 on Jan 12, 2013

      3 photos

      ... was closing, most of the fish sold and everyone was packing up. A shame, we knew it would be the case though and wanted to see where it was anyway. I'll definitely come back as this is one of Tokyo's main attractions and is supposed to be a real spectacle when in full flow. We decided to head towards home, but get off at Naka Meguro and then Jiyugaoka for a wander around. Naka Meguro, an up and coming area in Tokyo, seemed fairly quiet, so ...

      Tokyo's Business District at Nihonbashi

      A travel blog entry by rt9812 on Jan 10, 2013

      3 photos

      ... of halls, arenas, art galleries and restaurants with a large central room, made of class and designed to look like the hull of a ship. Pretty stunning. The IMF and World Bank have meetings there, but the space is also used for ballet performance and other exhibitions. I met Hannah after work and we headed for some sushi at her favourite restaurant. I managed 3.5 plates, 2 of which were beer, 1 of which was chicken and half a maguro. Maguro is Japanese for ...

      Fashion-disaster (me) in Harajuku

      A travel blog entry by elineriksson on Jul 04, 2012

      2 photos

      ... bed and fell asleep. I didn't mean to, I just did. Luckily I was to tired to turn of the lights after brushing my teeth so at least I slept in darkness, but I did forget to say good night to the Matsumotos. I'm probably going to come home some kg lighter and then hibernate for a week. Then, full of motivation, I'll make a study and training schedule, become a hermit for a month and gradually level up to a semi-social being again while maintaining the schedule. ...