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Aman Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

Aman Tokyo is a monument to the modern-day Japanese capital, a place where urban dynamism is tempered with serenity. Set in Otemachi, the luxury hotel is within easy reach of Tokyo Station and the thriving Nihonbashi district. Occupying the top six floors of Otemachi Tower, Aman Tokyo reflects the city’s cosmopolitan person.

Aman Tokyo’s Rooms and Suites are lofty urban sanctuaries drawing design inspiration from traditional Japanese residences. Blending wood, washi paper and stone with modern technology and luxurious fabrics, they offer magnificent views including the Imperial Palace Gardens and Mt Fuji on the horizon on clearer days.

Occupying the top six floors of the recently built Otemachi Tower, Aman Tokyo is an urban sanctuary high above the atmospheric whirl of tradition and modernity that epitomizes Tokyo. The hotel has 84 spectacular rooms and suites that feature a mix of minimalist style and traditional Japanese furnishings, such as washi paper sliding doors and a furo deep-soak bathtub. The hotel’s phenomenal lobby and spa are vast, light-filled sanctuaries set high among the Tokyo skyline.

Aman Tokyo features in my top 10 lists of the best luxury hotels in Japan, the most exclusive hotels in Tokyo, the best Aman hotels in the world, the world’s most impressive hotel lobbies, and my favorite luxury hotels in the world.

The zen-like décor of the 84 rooms and suites taps into Japan’s design heritage, with a design that is reflective of traditional Japanese residential structures. There are the following categories of accommodation: Deluxe room (71 sq.m), Premier room (80 sq.m), Deluxe Palace Garden View Room (71 sq.m), Suite (141-146 sq.m), Corner suite (121-139 sq.m), Aman Suite (157 sq.m).

Location

Set in the Otemachi district, Aman Tokyo is within easy reach of Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) and Narita International Airport (NRT). Address The Otemachi Tower,1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004, Japan.

Room Categories

Deluxe Room
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 71 кв. м.
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Deluxe Palace Garden View Room
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 71 кв. м.
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Premier Room
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 80 кв. м.
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Базовая
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Suite Room
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 141 кв. м.
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Infrastructure

Enjoy panoramic city views with your leisurely morning laps in the hotel’s 33m long indoor swimming pool: the entire high-ceilinged room and the pool itself are tiled in impressive black volcanic rock, and double-day beds are lined up along the floor-to-ceiling windows. The pool is heated in the winter, lifeguard-supervised from 6.30am to 10pm, and family friendly.

The zen-like Aman Spa embraces a philosophy of balance and harmony with nature; it has a Japanese bath, steam room and eight treatment rooms, two of which are for couples. Choose from a range of treatments, including hot stone massages, reflexology and acupressure facials, or splurge on a seasonal journey spa treatment with your significant other. The spa also has a light-filled fitness centre for cardio and weight training, and a yoga and pilates studio with Allegro Reformers; private classes can be arranged on request.

Babysitting is available for JPY7,000 per hour, baby cots and highchairs can be provided on request, and supervised children are welcome in the pool.

Dining

The Restaurant by Aman specialises in cuisine from Italy’s Veneto region on the Adriatic Sea. Local vegetables, meats and seafood pair with the finest imported Italian ingredients, and the dishes — like Japan itself — benefit from the proximity of sea, plains and mountains. The Restaurant, in Tokyo, open to guests and non-residents, boasts views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and Mt Fuji. By night, a panorama of the city shimmers before diners.

The Café by Aman was renewed on 1 March to offer casual French fare tucked within the Otemachi Forest — an oasis of green in the metropolis at the foot of the hotel building. Serving both Aman guests and non-residents, a carefully selected wine offering complements the dishes, ranging from galettes and traditional bistro cuisine to seasonal plates.

The vast garden and bar lounge by Aman was designed to resemble the inside of a traditional shoji paper lantern. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer a superb view of the Tokyo skyline for both Aman guests and non-residents. Expertly prepared drinks can be sipped at the Bar, a perfect spot for bites and all-day dining in Tokyo. During the day, sample Afternoon Tea — an Aman Tokyo speciality — sat high above the Imperial Palace Gardens.

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