Four Seasons opens 2nd hotel in Tokyo

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Four Seasons has opened its second hotel in Tokyo, Japan.

Just steps away from the Imperial Palace, the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi boasts direct access to the major subway hub of Otemachi Station and is just a short walk from the main rail terminal of Tokyo Station.

The hotel is housed on the highest floors of the new 39-story tower designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

Inside, lead designer Jean-Michel Gathy of Denniston has created spaces inspired by a uniquely Japanese aesthetic and the panoramic views of the city in every direction - including Mount Fuji on a clear day - with a modern vibe characterised by clean lines and soft textures, relaxed color palettes, inspiring artworks and open spaces.

Commissioned artworks by Namiko Kitaura grace the walls of the Jean-Michel Gathy-designed guest accommodation, which includes 170 guest rooms and 20 suites.

The luxury hotel features a variety of F&B outlets, 1,370 square meters of flexible event space, a wedding atelier, a spa with five treatment rooms – including one reserved for couples, a gym, steam rooms, Japanese baths (ofuro), and a 20-meter indoor pool featuring Imperial Palace and skyline views as well as a vitality pool and mist chairs.

“In Japan, the art of hospitality is known as omotenashi; here at Four Seasons, it’s how we take care of our guests every day around the world,” said Andrew De Brito, Regional Vice President and General Manager. “Whether staying with us for business or enjoying a family staycation, meeting close friends for drinks or taking a much-needed break in our spa, at Four Seasons our utmost priority is the health and safety of our guests in an environment that is enjoyable, and memorable.”

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The first Four Seasons is a beautiful top class hotel with great food, atmosphere and service so I have to check this one out too.

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