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Imperial Floor at Imperial Hotel

A legendary bolthole offers grandeur par excellence

While Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial Hotel has been demolished and moved to the Museum Meiji-Mura in Nagoya, the third incarnation of this cosmopolitan grande dame still provides an unforgettable experience. Touches of Wright’s 1920s creation remain throughout the building, and if you really want to live in style, the Imperial Floor accommodation offers the ultimate in deluxe living, with design by famed Briton Julien Reed and SleepWorks original bedding.

 

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