This popular suite features two separate entrances and a parlor with an elegant seating area.
Perry sailed his fleet to Yedo Bay on a good will mission to establish relations with Japan. Perry’s visit led to a treaty between the United States and Japan. In 1860, The Willard was selected to house the first Japanese Delegation to the United States.
The Matthew Perry Suite offers a residential entry foyer, a kitchenette, and large parlor with living room and dining table that seats eight. The master bedroom has a king bed and a marble bathroom with soaking tub and separate rain shower.
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