Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo Reviews; Tokyo, Japan
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Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo

1-11-1 Pacific Century Place, Marunouchi, Tokyo 100-6277, Japan
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo Review
 
5 Star Rating
1 January 2013Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo
Tags: Tokyo, Japan, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £916 per night
 

Close to Tokyo station and the famous Imperial Palace, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marumouchi is a grand but intimate hotel. Its central location is perfect for those seeking to explore the city and provides a luxurious base for shopping, sightseeing and dining around the city.

The hotel is part of the 31-storey Pacific Century Place which is a renowned office and retail development thatís nestled close to the station. The interior design was stylish and the perfect blend of contemporary and traditional.

Although not a resort style hotel, the Four Seasons Tokyo offers a large range of state-of-the-art facilities to its guests including a 24 hour fitness studio. This fitness studio features the latest in modern fitness equipment and benefits from views of the city.

The staff were very gracious and friendly, bowing their heads as we arrived and very attentive throughout our stay. The spa staff were also very friendly and provided a range of treatments to guests including body treatments, facial treatments, massages and a signature total care treatment.

During our visit to the Four Seasons, we stayed in a one bedroom suite and enjoyed unrestricted views over the Marunouchi business district. The suite was beautifully decorated and feature contemporary furnishings including leather canopies and Japanese lacquered doors and tables. The room also included floor to ceiling windows which let in a large amount of light and provided open views over the city. These windows were fitted with electric blinds with a remote control so that they could be easily closed off during the evening.

ďThis was our first Four Seasons experience and what a pleasure it was.Ē

The suites also included a large king sized bed within the bedroom area and a separate living area. The living area is furnished with a sofabed as well as a desk, coffee table and 52 inch 3D television with blu-ray player. The bedroom itself was comfortable and spacious.

The bathroom of the suite was very spacious and featured an egg shaped bath which felt very natural and was extremely comfortable. The bathroom also contained a large shower and a full length wardrobe mirror. The suite also benefitted from a separate guest powder room located off of the living area.

The hotelís restaurant, Ekki, provides a cosy atmosphere for guests to enjoy as they sample the New World wine list, creative cocktails or contemporary cuisine. The restaurant also plays host to the hotelís special afternoon tea which is a particular highlight, serving seasonal dishes and a selection of teas. A large selection of Japanese can also be enjoyed in the hotelís quiet lounge and lobby area which is perfect for relaxing.

This was our first Four Seasons experience and what a pleasure it was. Staff were attentive and friendly and the facilities well exceeded our expectations. Despite the small size of this hotel, the Four Seasons in Tokyo, Maranouchi was a delight to visit and is the ideal base from which to explore this beautiful city.

 
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