1 nightDepart 14 Aug 2021Return 15 Aug 2021
4 x fortnightly from $86.10
8 x weekly from $43.05
Ana InterContinental TokyoTokyo, Japan
Ana InterContinental Tokyo
Overview Several embassies such as the Embassy of Spain and the Embassy of Sweden are close by the hotel. New landmarks of Roppongi, Roppongi Hills, and Tokyo Midtown are both a 15-minute walk from the hotel. The modern decor is designed by a European designer. This hotel has other facilities to offer such as a fitness room, an aesthetic salon, and an outdoor swimming pool open in summer. This hotel is famous for its banqueting facilities in Japan and all guests will feel completely at home. Location This contemporary deluxe hotel is located in the heart of metropolitan Tokyo, in the Akasaka area. The famous area of Roppongi is within walking distance. Access is easy around the city either via Tameike-Sanno station on the Ginza Line and Nanboku Line, just one minute away or Roppongi 1 chome station on the Nanboku Line, two minutes' walk away. The hotel has a good link to Narita International Airport via the Airport Limousine bus which stops at the hotel. The main JR Tokyo station for the bullet train (Shinkansen) to Kyoto or Osaka is within 15 minutes by taxi. Around this area is the Ark Hills complex, the American Embassy, among others within walking distance and other governmental offices are within 15 minutes by car. Distance 19 km to the airport (Haneda airport) 50 km to the airport (Narita international airport) 3 km to the nearest station (shimbashi station ) 1-minute walk to the nearest bus stop 4 km to the nearest fair site (Tokyo international forum ) Rooms The standard room called classic is on the 7th-21st floor. It is large and modern, chic decor equipped with all the latest amenities and services such as high-speed internet access, a flat display television, a large writing desk, bathrobes, an in-room safe, and a soft-modern lighting system. International television programs are available in various languages such as English (CNN, BBC, and Bloomberg), German, French, Italian, Chinese, and Korean. The windows are large, giving great views of the city skylines, especially at night, and on a very clear day, Mount Fuji can be seen from some rooms. The bathroom is medium-sized and very clean with plenty of amenities. Restaurant There are a variety of restaurants and bars, ranging from the top floor offering delicious cuisine and beverages whilst guests enjoy the skyline of metropolitan Tokyo. There is also a champagne bar on the 3rd floor offering a fabulous escape at the end of the day. A new featured restaurant opened on the 36th floor in mid of March 2010 which is produced by the world-renowned Michelin-starred French chef Pierre Gagnaire. Exterior A unique shape, being a large triangular-shaped, 37-story white building next to the Ark Mori building. Lobby Walking into the hotel on the 2nd floor, the guests feel immediately at ease with the soft lighting and decor creating a relaxing atmosphere, with a high atrium and a large ceiling to floor indoor waterfall in the center of the lobby, representing the symbol of this hotel. There is plenty of seating with restaurants and shops leading off from the main area. Although large, the atmosphere remains calm. There is a further lobby on the ground floor for banqueting and group guests' check-in.
- credit cards - amex/visa/mastercard
- multilingual staff
- concierge facilities
If an option with breakfast is booked, it will be included only for 2 pax and additional person will have to pay for breakfast at hotel directly.