Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills announces that it is now accepting reservations and plans to officially open its doors to guests on June 11.
The hotel is located between the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Tower, easy access to Ginza, Marunouchi and Akasaka, and will accommodate business and leisure travellers alike.
Andaz Tokyo is located on floors 47-52 of the 52-story Toranomon Hills tower, which has been developed as part of an innovative urban engineering project integrating central Tokyo with the bay area. The 164 guestrooms, including eight suites, will be located on floors 47 to 50. Standard guestrooms average 50 sqm and will offer unparalleled views of the Tokyo skyline. The bathroom is a key feature of the room design, equipped with deep soaking tubs inspired by Japanese bath culture. All non-alcoholic mini-bar drinks and locally inspired snacks will be complimentary, as well as local telephone calls and wifi.
On the 51th floor next to Andaz Lounge is the main dining venue, Andaz Tavern, with five-metre floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the city. It can seat 212 guests, and features a dining area, as well as a cozy lounge and bar. The menu serves refined European provincial cuisine cooked with Japanese produce.
A Katsura Rikyu villa is located on the rooftop of the 52nd floor. The Japanese garden is transformed into an open-air setting high above the city; the shrine is reinterpreted as a contemporary chapel, and the traditional tea house is re-envisioned as the Rooftop Bar.
Recreational facilities are located on 37th floor, including a fitness centre, a 1,350 sqm spa area and a 20-metre pool.
For more information, visit www.andaz.com