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Rooms are done up in modern, minimalist decor, and furnishings mix wood, stone, and tactile fabrics. Full review →
Sleek executive hotel occupying the lower floors of the landmark glass-clad Pacific Century Place, in the dynamic Marunouchi business district near the Imperial Palace. Full review →
Peaceful glass-heavy oasis in Maranouchi. Rooms have all the bells and whistles - huge flat-screens, surround sound, iPod docks.
There's nothing particularly Japanese about the decor, except for the stunning city views that serve as an ever-present backdrop.Ask for a room on the station sideon the highest floor possible for a vertiginous view of Japan's famed bullet trains.
Located in the Marunouchi business district, this "very modern property" in a glass tower has "beautifully furnished rooms" done in neutral tones. Full review →
Close to Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace, this luxurious hotel offers large rooms with wide-screen plasma TV, DVD players, and great views.
A departure from the typical grand scale of most Four Seasons properties, the Marunouchi branch, set within the glistening Pacific Century Place, has the feel of a boutique hotel. Full review →
Arriving at Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is unlike any experience you’ll have at other Four Seasons hotels Full review →All rooms offer well-appointed work spaces with free Wi-Fi, conference phones, and printers, fax machines and other business necessities available on request.
With only 57 rooms, this property, next to Tokyo Station and within walking distance of the Ginza, offers the ultimate in service, privacy, and exclusivity. Full review →
This luxe property blends the Four Seasons' international reputation for stellar service with the intimacy of a boutique hotel. Full review →
Boutique Tokyo digs teeming with thoughtful amenities and a surprising selection of kid-friendly perks. Full review →
In the Oazo Building, this swanky hotel deftly synthesises modern conveniences with Japanese style. Full review →
This hotel has the city's most convenient location for business travelers looking for a quick connection between Narita Airport, downtown Tokyo, and bullet trains to other cities Full review →Children are well-catered to here with video games, snacks and toys delivered upon request at arrival.
With its chic carpeted interiors and warm lighting plus cosy corners and alcoves rather than vast open spaces, the hotel at times resembles more a luxury members’ club than five-star hotel. Full review →
The Four Seasons offers unparalleled luxury and style in the heart of the city’s business district. It’s decorated in cool, modern timber and is beautifully lit. Full review →
The tagline of this refined luxury hotel near Ginza—“fifty-seven rooms fifty-seven steps from Tokyo Station”—is spot-on. Full review →Don’t miss a soak in the hotel spa’s traditional onsen bath, a workout in the sky-high fitness center, or a tour of the nearby Tsukiji Fish Market.
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