Housed in the skyscraper Pacific Century Place, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi has just 48 rooms and nine suites. Fitting the needs of the leisure and business traveler, all accommodations have plasma televisions, WiFi, twice-daily housekeeping services, down or hypoallergenic bedding and a private bar as standard amenities. The spa has two private treatment rooms with a variety of treatments available, and guests are also welcome to relax in the spacious lounge, steam sauna, jet showers, Japanese scrub showers and a traditional onsen bath. There is one restaurant, Ekki Bar & Grill, which offers continental cuisine paired with a mostly New World wine list. Other hotel facilities include a 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour business center and a lobby lounge and bar with dramatic views of the city lights below.
Location: The Four Seasons Tokyo has positioned itself very wisely in the Marunouchi district, a name that means ‘inner circle’, just a stone’s throw away from Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace, making it easy for guests to arrive, with no shortage of attractions surrounding the hotel.
History: The Marunouchi district has been around since the beginning of the Tokugawa era. It originally consisted of ministries and military barracks, and a large parade ground, and eventually became a hub of the headquarters of many Japanese businesses.
Service: Families will appreciate the Four Seasons Tokyo’s desire to please them, offering both a concierge who can help with family-specific matters, as well as on-site babysitting services.
The Four Seasons Tokyo consists of 57 boutique hotel rooms with four different guest room variations and three choices suites. The hotel’s rooms are designed with a contemporary chic interior and state of the art room amenities to please all.
These suites are ideal for business travelers, providing a jaw-dropping 1,722-square-feet of space, and expansive views of Tokyo station and the Marunouchi city skyline. The bedroom features a king-size bed, while the living area has plush sofas and chairs. A well-appointed bathroom contains a deep-soaking tub, and full-length tri-panel wardrobe mirror. State-of-the-art touches include a 46-inch 3D TV with built-in Blu-Ray player, a surround-sound system.
The hotel’s Deluxe Premier Rooms, with 700-square-feet of space, provide views of the iconic Pacific Century Place courtyard, as well as the Tokyo International Forum. The bedroom features a king-size bed or two queens, while the living area has plush sofas and chairs. A well-appointed bathroom contains a deep-soaking tub, and full-length tri-panel wardrobe mirror. State-of-the-art touches include a 46-inch 3D TV with built-in Blu-Ray player, a surround-sound system.
These 775-square-foot rooms provide guests with picturesque views of Maunouchi’s city skyline, as well as separate living and sleeping quarters. The bedroom features a king-size bed, while the living area has plush sofas and chairs. A well-appointed bathroom contains a deep-soaking tub, and full-length tri-panel wardrobe mirror. State-of-the-art touches include a 46-inch 3D TV with built-in Blu-Ray player, a surround-sound system.
The Four Seasons Tokyo caters to everyone's desires, offering an impressive array of spa treatments, health and fitness equipment, a business center for guests’ use, and even extras to make the family feel at home, with the use of a range of family equipment such as baby stroller and games consoles.
Business travelers will find the hotel to be well-equipped for their needs, featuring a business center, open at all hours of the day, an a resourceful concierge who can aid with business-related matters. WiFi-enabled meeting rooms are also available.
Families are welcome at the Four Seasons Tokyo. Guests may benefit from the help of a concierge, who can arrange reservations for a family dinner, or help arrange a babysitter when Mom and Dad wish to enjoy some alone time.
The hotel offers a fitness studio open 24 hours a day, featuring a full range of state-of-the-art equipment, ideal for those guests who wish to stay in shape while on their trip.
This tranquil venue has two private treatment rooms, and offers revitalizing treatments that combine authentic Japanese healing teachings with modern techniques.
With one fine dining restaurant, guests can enjoy the real tastes of Japan, as well as classic culinary flavors from around Asia and enjoy some of the best meats and steaks Japan has to offer. The unique Lounge and Bar is an ideal spot for guests to meet friends and colleagues for cocktails.
The casual Ekki Bar & Grill serves up delightful, authentic Japanese dishes, from premium Japanese beef, to succulent seafood from the Tsukiji fish market. There is also an excellent wine list with which to pair one’s meals, as well as creative cocktails. The restaurant also serves up a charming afternoon tea.
This sophisticated, contemporary venue serves up all kinds of creative and fine beverages, as well as light meals, in a unique and modern setting. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide patrons with stunning views of the Marunouchi city skyline.
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