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Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills
The Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills is true to its motto—“Arrive as a visitor, leave as a local”
The Andaz Tokyo is an integral part of the Toranomon Hills Tower, which dominates this up-and-coming district of central Tokyo. Its clever layout was a collaborative effort between American interior designer Tony Chi and Japan’s Shinichiro Ogata. Their remit was to synchronize modern comfort with Japanese sensibilities, to encourage the sensations of a boutique hotel and a sense of “place.”
This large hotel—with164 spacious rooms, five bar and restaurant options, a wedding venue, meeting facilities, a spa and fitness center—still retains a boutique feel. Its eight suites can be found on the 47th to 50th floors, ensuring panoramic views across the city. The Andaz Sky Suite is spread over a 210-square-meter corner of the tower—giving a 180-degree vista—and incorporates natural materials and partitions that allow guests to customize the space. On the 52nd floor, The Sushi serves traditional “edo-mae” sushi, using fresh seasonal ingredients, and its own “52” sake at the intimate eight-seat counter. Also on the 52nd floor, the Rooftop Bar has spectacular night views across the bright lights of the city, with mixologists crafting innovative cocktails.