Spotlight on Japan’s Sleek Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi

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     Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi

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    Tokyo is all the more appealing thanks to an exciting Four Seasons hotel in the heart of Tokyo's bustling business district. The brand’s second hotel in Tokyo, this marvel of Japanese design opened in September 2020 while the world was on lockdown, making it somewhat of an unknown gem. It still has that under-the-radar feel, but with all the trappings of a luxury mainstay: epic city views, Michelin-starred Japanese-French cuisine and a sublime indoor pool. Read on for our spotlight on the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi, including details on dining & guest rooms, and why you should visit now.

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    An enviable location with city views

     Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi

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    Located in Otemachi, a business district in central Tokyo, the Four Seasons benefits from an excellent location close to both Imperial Palace Park, Chiyoda City and Marunouchi.

    It’s also a short walk to the bullet train in Tokyo Station – meaning cities like Kyoto and Osaka are extra accessible. Plus, there’s a subway station conveniently located downstairs, which makes the Four Seasons ideal for independent travelers who want to explore Tokyo at their own pace. But don’t let the prime location and subway on-site fool you: as one of the best hotels in the city, the Four Seasons is delightfully tranquil, offering a zen vibe starting at check-in.

    Japanese design to write home about

    Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi

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    Perched on the 39th floor, the hotel's lobby is a sight to behold, with stunning sculptures, a tranquil water garden and (you guessed it) sky-high views. The city views are most certainly the main character at this luxury hotel: we’re talking beautiful Imperial Garden views, along with overlooks of the Chiyoda district and beyond. Guests enjoy these vistas from the guest rooms or the rooftop terrace, where Italian fare is served at the signature Pigneto restaurant (more on that later).

    The hotel’s interior design is a testament to Japanese craftsmanship, with every detail meticulously curated to create a space that is both elegant and uniquely Japanese. Plush fabrics, copper accents and pops of cobalt blue and gold are highlights from the afternoon tea lounge, with its views of Mount Fuji.

    At the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi, the guest rooms are spacious and well-appointed. Deluxe rooms offer breathtaking views of the Imperial Palace from the 39th floor, while the executive suite and Four Seasons suite are fit for royalty, complete with massive bathrooms with soaking tubs, modern Japanese artwork and stylish design. (A plus: guest rooms offer a variety of bed options, including double beds, cribs and rollaways).

    Luxury amenities and stellar dining

    Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi

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    As is the legacy of the Four Seasons, the luxury hotel's service is top-notch.

    “​​What really makes this property shine is their outstanding staff,” said Fora Advisor Brooke Tuchman. “The concierge has gone truly above and beyond for my clients (even assisting them with arrangements elsewhere in Japan after their stay was complete). And during a recent personal stay, the front desk team executed flawlessly.”

    In addition, there is an impressive fitness center and wellness spa on site, with a hot tub and indoor pool. And the expert concierge can recommend the very best of Tokyo; though if dinner out is not in the cards, guests can order room service from a menu that rivals many restaurants.

    Speaking of restaurants, the hotel's sky-high Pigneto restaurant is not to be missed. Offering an elevated menu that blends Italian and American flavors, the restaurant’s highlight is breakfast, served with a view of Mount Fuji. Meanwhile, “Est” restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi offers a once-in-a-lifetime culinary experience by Chef Guillaume Bracaval. The Michelin-starred restaurant showcases a blend of Japanese and French cuisine, curated with exquisite presentation and attention to detail.

    Illustrious and elegant, the Four Seasons hotel has already cemented itself as one of Tokyo's best hotels. Connect with Fora to start planning your trip to experience it for yourself. You’ll benefit from Four Seasons perks (courtesy of your Fora Advisor) along with expert itinerary planning from Japan experts.

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