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Four Seasons Tokyo at Marunouchi, Tokyo

20 February 2016

Words: Andrew Nagy / Images: Four Seasons

Found nestled in the heart of Tokyo, Four Seasons Tokyo Marunouchi is the cosy boutique arm of a giant brand. You’ll only find 57 rooms here, but each offers a reminder of classic Tokyo with a high-tech element that speaks equally for the city and it’s modern way of life. The hotel might be small in scale, but what it does, it does well – and with a team uncommonly willing to make every moment of your stay just right.

There are unusal touches, too, and while it might be a surprise not to find a traditional Japanese restaurant onsite, the new French restaurant, Motif, is grand in both scale and style – look out for the Ayala Champagne evening on March 24. Finally, the location is perfect. You’re minutes away from the Imperial Palace, next door to the famous old Shinjuku train station – the busiest in the world – and close to an easy connection for everything this amazing city has to offer.