Palace Hotel Tokyo B1 floor pastry shop “Sweets & Deli” will sell three types of limited Valentine’s Day sweets from Feb. 1st to 14th.
The chocolate cake “Moelleux au chocolat (limited 100 pieces)” (2,700 yen) accompanied with “LE CREUSET” and a set of creamy fresh chocolate and caramel coated pecan nuts “Chocolat cru et pecan caramel (limited 50 sets)” (3,000 yen for two pieces) are well worth noting. Each comes packaged in a heart shaped porcelain container “Ramequin d’amour (S)” and “Petit ramequin d’amour set” reusable after contents eaten.
Other appearances include simply shaped bonbon chocolat filled with eight flavors “Les oeufs” (1,800 yen for eight pieces) and glamorous chocolat jeweled on top with dry fruits “Barre chocolat” (1,500 yen).
Adjacent to the moat of the Imperial Palace, Palace Hotel Tokyo is located at Marunouchi, Tokyo. The hotel temporarily closed in 2009 and welcomed its grand open in May last year. British interior designer Terry McGinnity, who set out on designs of CONRAD TOKYO, The St. Regis OSAKA, W Hotels Taipei, namely luxury hotels of the world, took charge of interior design. To attach importance to hospitality, the hotel renovates to place ten restaurant facilities and to provide forty five square meters or more in all guest rooms.