Aman Tokyo
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Aman Tokyo

Tokyo / Japan

An exclusive sanctuary high above Japan’s cosmopolitan capital, Aman Tokyo is Aman’s first urban concept hotel, situated adjacent to the Otemachi Forest. Offering bird’s eye views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and surrounding Tokyo landmarks, the hotel features a serene Aman Spa and a peaceful inner garden. Surrounded by engawa, a wooden feature dividing the inside and out, the soaring lobby rises nearly 30 metres.

Family Friendly
3 Restaurants
Urban Hotel of the Year 2019 (Destination Deluxe)
82 Rooms / 32 suites
Family Friendly
Check in: 3pm - Check Out: 12pm
Classic Perspective Certified
Sustainable Resort
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Accomodation

Aman Suite

Positioned in the northwest corner of the Otemachi Tower, Aman Suites are Aman Tokyo’s largest at 157 square metres (1,689 square feet). Each offers a separate bedroom and a living room with dining area and pantry.

Corner Suite

Uniquely positioned and completely private, Corner Suites are a minimum of 121 square metres (1,302 square feet) and offer some of the finest views in the hotel.

Suite

Spread over a minimum of 141 square metres (1,517 square feet), Suites offer panoramic city views, a pantry, and include an expansive living room with writing desk.

Premier Room

Facing the Tokyo skyline, the 80-square-metre (861 square feet) Premier Rooms include a large foyer and expansive bathroom.

Deluxe Palace Garden View Room

Located on the highest floor, non-smoking Deluxe Palace Garden View Rooms offer a premium view of the Tokyo skyline and Imperial Palace Gardens, with space and privacy at 71 square metres (764 square feet).

Deluxe Room

Deluxe Rooms are the largest entry-level rooms in the city, offering space and privacy at 71 square metres (764 square feet), overlooking the Tokyo skyline.

Premier Room

Facing the Tokyo skyline, the 80-square-metre (861 square feet) Premier Rooms include a large foyer and expansive bathroom.

Deluxe Palace Garden View Room

Located on the highest floor, non-smoking Deluxe Palace Garden View Rooms offer a premium view of the Tokyo skyline and Imperial Palace Gardens, with space and privacy at 71 square metres (764 square feet).

Deluxe Room

Deluxe Rooms are the largest entry-level rooms in the city, offering space and privacy at 71 square metres (764 square feet), overlooking the Tokyo skyline.

Spa & Wellness

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Inclusions

High Speed Wifi

Personal bar

Daily Housekeeping

Infinity Pool Access

Fitness Centre Access

Facilities

3 Restaurants

Wine cellar

Meeting and Board Room

Bicycle rental

Babysitting

Parking

30-metre heated indoor pool

Expansive views of the city skyline

Traditional Japanese bath, showers, steam rooms

Covers 2,500m2 (26,900ft2 ) over two floors (33-34)

Largest and most comprehensive hotel spa in Tokyo

Eight spa treatment rooms

Cardiovascular and weight-training machinery

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Fitness Centre Access

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Location

Set in Otemachi, Aman Tokyo is on the doorstep of the verdant Imperial Palace Gardens and just steps from the bustle and boutiques of Ginza. The historic commercial hub of the Edo period, Nihonbashi, is also nearby. So too are the buzzing Shibuya district and the sky-scrapers of Shinjuku, while trips beyond the capital can be arranged, including to iconic Mt FujiWalking distance to Tokyo Station in the thriving Otemachi district. Visible on clear days , Mt Fuji is Japan's tallest and colossus of symmetry. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the volcanic peak is surrounded by vegetation and the Fuji Five Lakes, all within easy reach of Tokyo by bullet train
Distance from Haneda International Airport (HND)

23-minute drive from the airport.

Restaurants
Arva

Arva is a dining concept conceived by Executive Chefs Stefano Artosin and Andrea Torre. Paying tribute to Italy’s rich culinary heritage, Arva celebrates the shared enjoyment of uncomplicated flavours in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Arva at Aman Tokyo represents the best of two of the world’s most passionate culinary cultures – Italy and Japan.

Musashi

Musashi offers a fine dining experience representing the very best of Japanese craftsmanship, thanks to master Chef Musashi. Centered around the Hinoki counter which seats 8 guests, the space reflects the minimalist design aesthetic of Aman Tokyo.

The Lounge

The vast garden and bar lounge was designed to resemble the inside of a traditional shoji paper lantern. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer a superb view of the Tokyo skyline for both Aman guests and non-residents. Expertly prepared drinks can be sipped at the Bar, a perfect spot for all-day dining in Tokyo.

The Café

Offering views of the Otemachi Forest, the café is open for breakfast, lunch, Afternoon Tea and dinner with indoor and al fresco dining. A variety of original pastries, pure fruit juices and jams can also be pupurchased as gifts from The Café by Aman.

Accommodation
Aman Suite

Positioned in the northwest corner of the Otemachi Tower, Aman Suites are Aman Tokyo’s largest at 157 square metres (1,689 square feet). Each offers a separate bedroom and a living room with dining area and pantry.

Corner Suite

Uniquely positioned and completely private, Corner Suites are a minimum of 121 square metres (1,302 square feet) and offer some of the finest views in the hotel.

Suite

Spread over a minimum of 141 square metres (1,517 square feet), Suites offer panoramic city views, a pantry, and include an expansive living room with writing desk.

Premier Room

Facing the Tokyo skyline, the 80-square-metre (861 square feet) Premier Rooms include a large foyer and expansive bathroom.

Deluxe Palace Garden View Room

Located on the highest floor, non-smoking Deluxe Palace Garden View Rooms offer a premium view of the Tokyo skyline and Imperial Palace Gardens, with space and privacy at 71 square metres (764 square feet).

Deluxe Room

Deluxe Rooms are the largest entry-level rooms in the city, offering space and privacy at 71 square metres (764 square feet), overlooking the Tokyo skyline.

Aman Tokyo

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Aman Tokyo

Tokyo / Japan
From £1746 Per Night
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Sustainable
Conservation

An exclusive sanctuary high above Japan’s cosmopolitan capital, Aman Tokyo is Aman’s first urban concept hotel, situated adjacent to the Otemachi Forest. Offering bird’s eye views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and surrounding Tokyo landmarks, the hotel features a serene Aman Spa and a peaceful inner garden. Surrounded by engawa, a wooden feature dividing the inside and out, the soaring lobby rises nearly 30 metres.

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Inclusions

3 Restaurants

Wine cellar

Meeting and Board Room

Bicycle rental

Babysitting

Parking

30-metre heated indoor pool

Expansive views of the city skyline

Traditional Japanese bath, showers, steam rooms

Covers 2,500m2 (26,900ft2 ) over two floors (33-34)

Largest and most comprehensive hotel spa in Tokyo

Eight spa treatment rooms

Cardiovascular and weight-training machinery

Location:

Set in Otemachi, Aman Tokyo is on the doorstep of the verdant Imperial Palace Gardens and just steps from the bustle and boutiques of Ginza. The historic commercial hub of the Edo period, Nihonbashi, is also nearby. So too are the buzzing Shibuya district and the sky-scrapers of Shinjuku, while trips beyond the capital can be arranged, including to iconic Mt FujiWalking distance to Tokyo Station in the thriving Otemachi district. Visible on clear days , Mt Fuji is Japan's tallest and colossus of symmetry. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the volcanic peak is surrounded by vegetation and the Fuji Five Lakes, all within easy reach of Tokyo by bullet train

Distance from Haneda International Airport (HND)

23-minute drive from the airport.

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