Andaz

Location: Tokyo & Around | Japan

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Located in the historic Toranomon Hills district - once the stomping ground of geishas and samurais and now the beating heart of the modern capital - Andaz Tokyo offers the luxuries of a chain but exudes the intimate feel of a boutique hotel. Uniquely designed by interior designers Tony Chi and Shinichiro Ogata, the hotel makes use of traditional natural materials like walnut and washi paper, evident from the moment you enter the 51st-floor Andaz Lounge. There is a range of great dining options to choose from, and the rooftop bar is a fashionable nightspot among Tokyoites in the know. Service is attentive and personalized throughout, right down to the extensive menu of treatments on offer at the luxurious spa.
Perfect forExploring the historic Toranomon district in style.
In the know
  • Have a drink at the rooftop bar, Tokyo’s highest bar!

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  • Chic Design
  • City Hotel
  • Family-friendly
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Occupying the top six floors of Tokyo's second tallest building, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills affords spellbinding views of the glittering city from floor-to-ceiling windows and the capital's highest rooftop bar.

Rooms at Andaz

Rooms are generously sized, starting at 50sqm, with comfortable beds facing huge windows looking out over the sprawling city below. Elegantly designed with a blend of Japanese and European styles, they feature Japanese traditional bathrooms with sunken bathtubs, a central aspect of Japanese culture both past and present. 

Food and drink

For dining, the Andaz features options to satisfy every taste. Andaz Tavern offers up gourmet European cuisine using seasonal Japanese ingredients, with artisan cheeses, natural ciders and whole baked Yamanashi chickens among the goodies on offer. Alternatively, you can feast on beer and burgers at BeBu down on the first floor, where a range of grilled meat and seafood is served up in an informal setting. Guests can enjoy complimentary refreshments in the lounge or head up to the rooftop terrace for cocktails to rub shoulders with Tokyo's hip young crowd. At the back of the rooftop bar, there’s a sushi bar where you can enjoy a traditional omakase selection accompanied by a range of sake and wines.

Facilities

The pool and spa on the 37th floor is not to be missed, complete with hot tubs, treatment rooms and a fitness centre. The hotel also has a pastry shop, where you can pick up a range of exquisitely presented baked goods and sweet treats.

Activities at Andaz

The Toranomon district, one of the oldest parts of Tokyo, is right on your doorstep and was the seat of power in Japan between the 17th and 19th centuries under the Tokugawa Shogunate. Historical landmarks nearby include the Atago Shrine, Zojoji Temple and Hamarikyu Gardens, and there are still many traditional craftsmen’s workshops open in the area where you can pick up a beautifully crafted souvenir.

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Hotel location

Andaz Tokyo is in the heart of the capital, around half an hour’s drive from Haneda Airport.

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