Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills
Sky-High and Sleek
What it is
A paragon of streamlined style on the 47th to 50th floors of a Toranomon skyscraper.
What it isn't
Down to earth. Toranomon Hills is one of Tokyo's tallest structures, so if you’re afraid of heights, this isn’t your hotel.
What we think
All 164 rooms at Andaz Tokyo are fitted with an iconically Japanese offering: a soaking tub, a/k/a your own private onsen. The Andaz trademark socially-minded pampering doesn’t end there: you’ll be treated to evening sake and canapes at Omotenashi (hospitality) hour, 24-hour refreshments in the Andaz Lounge (should you find yourself parched at 3 a.m. with jet lag), and a 20-meter pool with views of the moat-surrounded Imperial Palace. You can also hit the 52nd-story rooftop bar to imbibe in expertly crafted locavore cocktails. Oh: did we mention everything in your minibar is gratis?
You're here because
You need business amenities paired with “My gosh, I’m in Tokyo!” ones, and Andaz Tokyo triumphs on both counts (see: lamination capabilities in the business center, and on-point sushi in the tea room).
Maybe it’s all the air miles, but you’ve been feeling like your carry-on looks lately: handsome, but beat. No longer, thanks to the radiance treatment at AO Spa— which included a double exfoliating rub-down, a radiance-bestowing clay body mask, and even a vitamin C and kombucha facial. What fatigue?
Restaurants & Bars
- Andaz Tavern - refined European provincial cuisine, prepared with seasonal indigenous Japanese ingredients
- BeBu - casual eatery focusing on signature burgers, tapas and grill
Rooftop Bar - indoor and semi open-air roof-protected terrace, serving cocktails focused on seasonal fruits and teas
In Tokyo’s briefcases-out business district of Toranomon, a quick taxi from Ginza’s high-gloss boutiques and what will soon be the hub for the 2020 Olympics.