Housed in Tokyo station’s Marunouchi Building, The Tokyo Station Hotel blends classic European décor with modern luxury, all the while retaining the vestige of the station building’s rich heritage and significance.
Vaulted ceilings, cut-glass chandeliers and preserved period features – although located in one of the world’s busiest stations, you never actually hear a train from staying at The Tokyo Station Hotel.
Oozing an air of golden-age glamour, this domed, red-hued building has been part of the city skyline for over 100 years. Today, the hotel blends Omotenashi – the time-honoured spirit of Japanese hospitality – with 21st-century luxury.
With no less than ten eateries on-site, it promises an indulgent escape for visitor old and new. In the airy atrium you can have breakfast beneath the skylight, or unwind in the contemporary spa. Then head to one of the bars to sip cocktails on rich, leather chairs before an evening of fine dining.
The palace side rooms overlook wonderful views of Tokyo, and when it’s time to go out and about, you’ll find yourself right in the centre of the city. Stroll through the Imperial Palace Gardens, explore the historical station right near the hotel, or spend an afternoon in the luxury boutiques of Tokyo’s designer shopping district Ginza.