We want to say congratulations to Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts for opening their third property in Japan, while also taking an inside look at their finest suite. Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi blends modern touches with hints of Japanese tradition, and is aimed at delivering “next-generation luxury.” This hotel is all about style and art, along with a focus on wellness and dining experiences.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi is conveniently located in the financial district, within walking distance to a major subway hub. The sheer amount of multinationals and major corporations located in this area are responsible for much of the business travel, and will surely welcome this addition to the area.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi: The Experience
In a city fueled by boundless energy and defined by intriguing contrasts, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi delivers unforgettable experiences with inimitable style. Soaring above the heart of the capital and offering expansive Imperial Palace views, Four Seasons puts you at center stage… from sky-high gourmet meals on their rooftop terrace to gala business and social events at Tokyo’s best address.
In vibrant Tokyo, where the ancient meets the hypermodern, the team creates opportunities for their guests to feel the sensory excitement of discovering the city’s intriguing blend of old and new together. The engaging team offers highly personalized service, enabling them to open doors to little-known local experiences that connect each of their guests to the true spirit of Tokyo.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi: The Imperial Suite
While there are plenty of incredible hotel rooms in this Four Seasons property, we are going to take a peek inside the awe-inspiring Imperial Suite on the 38th floor. This is their largest suite at just over 3,000 square feet, and it offers some of the most incredible views in all of Tokyo.
It’s just one of many options of their upper tier rooms and suites, and it provides a new level of luxury that includes a clear view of the Tokyo Imperial Palace. Four Seasons tapped the talents of designer Jean-Michel Gathy of DENNISTON to create the ambience of the each room in the hotel.
This hotel suite is designed for today’s lifestyle, and designed to easily accommodate four guests and three children. Beyond the amazing views, there is also a massive dining table for eight. This allows you to easily entertain guests and enjoy a private dining experience with those incredible views as your backdrop. Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi has a staff of award-winning chefs, so your opportunities are endless when dining-in and enjoying the best that Japan has to offer.
There are also two full bathrooms in the Imperial Suite, one that boasts floor to ceiling windows with a brilliant view to Mt. Fuji on a clear day. For those wanting a bit of relaxation and wellness, the suite also has a private spa treatment room. Or for even more of an immersive experience, you can retreat one floor up and enjoy natural treatments to balance mind and body in the Japanese-influenced spa that includes a 20m lap pool and vitality pool.