The tower — the tallest skyscraper from the funding — is found in the Tokyo Midtown development, home to a group of high-end design shops, food outlets, galleries and cafes in Roppongi.
Style & personality
It is all about luxury — out of epic-sized artworks, modern chandeliers, shiny marble floors and pristine evening teas in the 45th-floor lobby, into the lavish bedrooms and Michelin-starred restaurants. It is also home to a few of the city’s finest spas, by ESPA, full with sweet-smelling massages and round dip pool with a perspective.
Service & amenities
Staff are trained to manage things you’d not have envisioned you needed. You may even press on 9 on the telephone and purchase an “odor butler” that will look after olfactory needs, bringing a range of essential-oil combinations to animate travellers.
There is modern design rooted in traditional luxury in most 248 rooms, in the opulent drape cloths, wood furnishings and Frette linens into the marble baths. One of the most spacious in the funding, they too, clearly, have excellent views across the Tokyo skyline.
Food & beverage
A range of options: from Azure 45, leading to French fish, to the relaxed Towers Grill, in addition to a series of Japanese restaurants, for instance, atmospheric wood-panelled Hinokizaka for kaiseki feasts. Not to overlook afternoon tea at the lobby for a piano tinkles in the background.
Value for cash
In the more affordable end of the spectrum but the price reflects quality support and a lavish five-star encounter. Space just deluxe doubles include Y58,979 (#346) into Y91,930 (#538). The Ritz-Carlton Suite is Y2,441,200 (#14,296).
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