Rising above Tokyo’s oldest neighborhood and just steps away to the Imperial Palace, the all-new, thoroughly modern Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi is now open. Located in the heart of the city’s most prominent financial district, Otemachi is home to the headquarters of various corporations and multinationals. Four Seasons says there are endless opportunities to walk amid the palace gardens, green spaces and nearby charming streets. And get in touch with contemporary culture through art, architecture and cuisine.
“We are delighted to welcome guests to the third Four Seasons in Japan, a truly stunning property that reflects Tokyo’s captivating contrast of modern innovation and honored traditions,” Christian Clerc, president, Four Seasons Global Operations said.
“In collaboration with our remarkable partners at Mitsui Fudosan Resort Management Co., Ltd., Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi will deliver next-generation luxury through its combination of design, service, wellness experiences and culinary artistry by award-winning chefs.”
In a city known as the Michelin capital of the world, Four Seasons introduces four fresh new restaurant and bar concepts, including three spaces envisioned by the renowned SPIN Design Studio and several rooftop terraces with panoramic views.
The hotel says epicureans and cocktail aficionados from near and far will find many reasons to return again and again, from ever-changing seasonal menus to innovative takes on familiar flavors, local interpretations of international cuisines to the rarest of vintages and hard-to-source ingredients.
“In Japan, the art of hospitality is known as omotenashi; here at Four Seasons, it’s how we take care of our guests every day around the world,” Regional Vice President and General Manager Andrew De Brito said.
“Whether staying with us for business or enjoying a family staycation, meeting close friends for drinks or taking a much-needed break in our spa, at Four Seasons our utmost priority is the health and safety of our guests in an environment that is enjoyable, and memorable.”
Commissioned artworks by Namiko Kitaura grace the walls of the Jean-Michel Gathy-designed guest accommodations, offering 170 guest rooms and 20 suites including the lavish 38th-floor Imperial Suite.
Floor-to-ceiling windows frame city and sky views, creating an airy and welcoming ambiance, with numerous Four Seasons touches that allow guests to make each room their own.
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