Four Seasons Tokyo

Four Seasons Tokyo hotels are some of the most luxurious places to stay in the world-class city. With two locations, one in the central business district and one in the shopping and financial district, these luxury hotels provide attentive service and a retreat from the hustle and bustle of the big city.

The Four Seasons Marunouchi is a part of the Pacific Century Place, a striking glass skyscraper, home to top international companies. The onsite hotel may be small, with just 57 rooms, but it’s one of the finest luxury hotels in Tokyo. In a city where space can be a premium, the guestrooms at the Four Seasons offer plenty of room to stretch out and enjoy the comfortable accommodations. Nine suites provide even more space. In all of the rooms, business travelers and those who appreciate the finer things in life will find much to their liking. Each of the rooms is equipped with modern technology, including flat-screen TVs with global channels, Internet access, a DVD player, and a dock for MP3 players.

At the Four Seasons Marunouchi, even the bathrooms are spacious. The in-suite baths have a tub separate from the shower area, and illuminated mirrors. Back in the room, you’ll find a private bar stocked with cocktails and snacks. Other comfortable touches include down pillows, housekeeping in the morning and evening, and plush robes.

Once guests have left their rooms at the Four Seasons Marunochi, they can head to the spa or enjoy one of the dining options. With private rooms and a wide menu of services, the spa at the Four Seasons Hotel in Tokyo is a relaxing escape from the world of the every day. If you’re really looking to relax, consider scheduling an in-room shiatsu massage and an in-room meal. The restaurant at this Four Seasons hotel in Tokyo serves global cuisine as well as afternoon tea, while the lounge specializes in casual tastes. A 24-hour fitness facility is also available for the guests’ enjoyment.

This Four Seasons Tokyo hotel is centrally located in the city’s business district. Both of the airports can be reached within an hour; it’s just 40 minutes to Haneda, the Tokyo International Airport. Narita is an hour by express train, or just a little bit more if you choose to take the limousine bus. The Imperial Palace is just five minutes away if you walk, and the Tokyo International Forum convention center is just ten minutes away by foot.

The other Four Seasons Tokyo hotel, and the only other Four Seasons property in Japan, is nestled in the middle of lovely gardens at Chinzan-so, but still close to great shopping and the financial district. Outside the walls of the Four Seasons, you’ll be close to many of the top shopping areas, including near the neon sides of the Akihabara and the luxury shops of the Ginza District.

International guests at one of the top Ginza hotels receive a welcome before they even arrive at the hotel. A representative from the Four Seasons Hotel in Tokyo will greet them at the airport and usher them to them to a private car. This service is complimentary for first-time guests and available for a small fee for return visitors.

Upon arrival at the Chinzan-so hotel, guests are greeted by name and given keys to their rooms. The decor blends European style with Japanese elements. Like the sister property, this hotel features spacious and well-equipped rooms. This property, however, is bigger, with 259 guestrooms and suites. Along with the guestrooms, relaxation also can be found at the indoor pool and the Zen spa. Other things to do include a fitness center, meals at one of the restaurants, and lingering in one of the lounges.

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