Aman Tokyo

Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
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Location:

Aman Tokyo occupies the top six floors of the Otemachi Tower, overlooking the surrounding prestigious Otemachi business district. The building provides spectacular views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and a number of Tokyo’s other landmarks. The building is directly connected to Otemachi metro station, which is served by five different lines. The Ginza shopping district is recognised as being one of the most luxurious in the world and is less than 10 minutes from the hotel.

Accommodation:

Deluxe Rooms offer an impressive 71sqm of space, making them the largest entry-level rooms in Tokyo, offering views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and a spacious combined living room and bedroom area. Premier Rooms measure from 80sqm, have a spacious bathroom and views that overlook the Tokyo Skytree. Suites measure a minimum of 141sqm, each with its own dining room, kitchen and fully stocked pantry. Corner Suites measure from 121sqm, have separate bedroom, living room, dining room, and kitchen areas, with spectacular panoramic views of the city. The luxurious Aman Suites measure approximately 157sqm, have all of the luxuries of Corner Suites and occupy the northwest corner of the building, providing the most spectacular panoramic views of the Imperial Palace Gardens available in the hotel.

Dining:

The Restaurant by Aman is situated on the 33rd floor of the Otemachi Tower, providing an exceptional dining experience with amazing views of the Tokyo skyline. Dishes are focused on Mediterranean cuisine and include a fine selection of Japanese and Asian inspired specialities. The Café by Aman serves the hotel’s own sake and the walk-in wine cellar keeps an impressive 1,200 wines.

Leisure:

Aman Spa features 8 treatment suites, each with its own dressing room, treatment area, steam room and bathroom. Treatments are inspired by Japanese wellness traditions, making use of specially selected natural herbs, Zen philosophy and meditation. The fitness centre is equipped with cardio-vascular and weight training facilities and has a Yoga & Pilates Studio. The spa has a 30-metre, temperature controlled swimming pool.

Getting There

72km (1 hr by car) from Narita International Airport (NRT)

Weather / When To Go:

March – May / September – November

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