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andaz tokyo hotel

Located on a 52-story high skyscraper, Andaz offers 164 guest rooms of differing sizes yet all reflecting the Japanese love for natural materials and textures, you can expect a dazzling experience at this hotel. The décor is a nature-orientated architectural style with washi paper and walnut throughout each space, as well as hints of Japanese origami. Andaz creates simple yet sophisticated interiors where you can relax and unwind at ease. The rooms all come with en-suite bathrooms, huge windows allowing for the stunning views of the city, a fully stocked minibar and a ‘handy’ smartphone which allows for international calls and google maps to help you take to the city. We would recommend staying in one of the eight suites where you will find an abundance of space with panoramic views of Tokyo’s dramatic skylines.  

With Japans culinary reputation, you will not be left disappointed. The Andaz Tokyo offers a wide variety of restaurants to suit everyone’s budgets and tastes. The Andaz Tavern is the main restaurant serving European cuisines using fresh, seasonal Japanese ingredients in a vibrant setting with a lavish glass ceiling. To encounter a real authentic sushi experience head to the eight-seat open kitchen sushi bar where chefs will skillfully prepare delicious sushi for you to sample. For a more magical culinary experience, head to the famous rooftop bar which boasts breathtaking views and a lively atmosphere whilst mixologists prepare innovative cocktails for you to try.   

When you are not exploring the bustling city, Andaz Tokyo has a variety of activities to keep you occupied. Head to the spa which features a gorgeous, 20-metre swimming pool with both a unique carbonated bath and whirlpool bath, five spa treatment rooms, and a full range of advanced fitness equipment combined with spectacular views. The Andaz Tokyo is a great option for couples looking for a more boutique style property, but equally caters well for families staying in interconnecting rooms.