New breakfast designed by Chef Pierre Gagnaire at the ANA InterContinental
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New breakfast designed by Michelin-star chef Pierre Gagnaire at Club InterContinental Lounge

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ANA InterContinental Tokyo is offering its guests a new gourmet breakfast menu designed by the internationally renowned Michelin-star Chef Pierre Gagnaire. The breakfast is served at Club InterContinental on the hotel’s 35th Floor, a lounge exclusive for guests staying at Club InterContinental Rooms and Suites.

ANA InterContinental Tokyo is home to Chef Pierre Gagnaire’s highest restaurant in the world, and in November 2017, his gourmet breakfast was added as an exclusive Club InterContinental Lounge benefit in addition to other Japanese, Western or Asian table-order breakfast options. Gagnaire’s latest breakfast selection, “Petit dejeuner par Pierre Gagnaire”, is perfectly balanced and comprised of well-considered, healthy, wholesome ingredients, making this a great, energy boosting way to start the day. The new menu offers gourmet delights such as Marinated salmon with dill, avocado, goat cheese and mango; Egg mollet with shrimp coated in grapefruit gel; Crispy baked Italian bread topped with foie gras terrine with Iberian ham or tomato jam and shiso leaf as well as Tartine PG, creamy butter and honey.

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Reception desk with "Origami" motif

The Club InterContinental Lounge at ANA InterContinental Tokyo acts as a doorway to another level of luxury. With peerless views from the hotel’s 35th floor, this lounge is the most spacious of its kind in Tokyo and provides Club InterContinental guests with the opportunity to work, relax or indulge in private seclusion. The urban sophistication of Club InterContinental reflects the sanctuary that can be found in the many local temples and shrines in Tokyo. Moreover, the interior design was upgraded in summer 2019, with “Origami” motifs in the reception area, together with a number of enhancements using traditional Japanese craft methods to create a warmer and more sophisticated space.

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New big high table for laptop users

Added functionality for business use includes the provision of a large high table suitable for laptop users and the creation of a semi-private room for casual meetings.

Guests at Club InterContinental Lounge can look forward to a warm, personalized welcome as well as a remarkable selection of culinary delights including not only the extensive gourmet breakfast options, but also a sensational afternoon tea, as well as evening cocktails served from the lounge’s dedicated bar. Thoughtful touches, such as the complimentary “tokyobike” experiences provide surprise and delight.

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Semi-private room

Other benefits and services for Club guests at ANA InterContinental Tokyo include soft refreshments all day until 10 p.m., two-hour usage of a private meeting room with video-conferencing capabilities, shower facilities, a complimentary shoeshine service (one time per stay), and restaurant reservation priority.

About Club InterContinental Lounge

  • Size: 600m2 / 100 seats
  • Open hours: from 7:00 to 22:30
  • (Breakfast 7:00 - 11:00 / Afternoon Tea 14:00 - 16:00 / Evening cocktails 17:30 - 19:30)
  • Price: - Complimentary for guests staying in Club InterContinental Rooms and Suites (total 85 rooms)
  • Optional from 16,000 yen (variable price/including tax and service fee) for guests staying on floors other than Club InterContinental floors.

About ANA InterContinental Tokyo:

For over 30 years, ANA InterContinental Tokyo has been a hospitality leader in the Japanese capital, welcoming guests, to its 844 guest rooms, 12 restaurants & bars and 22 event spaces. The hotel is walking distance to Tokyo Tower, the Imperial Palace and the Diet building. The shops of Ginza are nearby as is the nightlife of Roppongi. Three nearby metro stations connect guests with all of Tokyo. Classic, Executive Deluxe or Premier rooms offer views to Tokyo Tower, Imperial Gardens or Roppongi. Newly refurbished Club InterContinental rooms and suites complement the experience offered in the hotel's Club InterContinental Lounge - the most spacious and luxurious of its kind in Tokyo. The hotel's 12 restaurants & bars include 2 Michelin Star Pierre Gagnaire, Japanese restaurant Unkai, The Steakhouse and the hotel's award-winning top-floor cocktail bar MIXX. The 20m open-air swimming pool is an attraction during summer. Ka-Tsu Fitness, the hotel's well-equipped is available to guests 24 hours.

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FROM ¥16,000!

I'll make do with bacon and eggs, thanks.

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Food art =/= food.

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The IC hotels do have fantastic club lounges but unless your company is splurging it's usually not worth the price difference from a normal room. You can take the difference and just eat at a Michelin restaurant directly! Club lounge food is ok and usually more like appetizers than full meals.

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Club InterContinental on the hotel’s 35th Floor, a lounge exclusive for guests staying at Club InterContinental Rooms and Suites.

Do they have a dress code there?

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