four seasons hotel tokyo at marunouchi tokyo japan

Location

Pacific Century Place, 1-11-1, MarunouchiChiyoda-ku

Tokyo Japan

In This Area

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is in the 31-level Pacific Century Place, an upscale office and retail development. It's adjacent to the Ginza shopping district and Tokyo Station's subway and train stations. The hotel is approximately 85 minutes away from Narita International Airport, and about 30 minutes from Haneda airport.

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is a luxurious retreat, with a boutique feel. Triple glazed windows and decadent linens ensure a restful sleep, despite its location in raucous downtown Tokyo.

Intimate and bespoke, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is a quiet, comfortable haven in the middle of Tokyo. It's in the Marunouchi central business district, beside Tokyo Station, a very convenient location for travelers conducting business in the city.

With only 57 rooms, it's small for a Four Seasons hotel, a fact that gives it a pleasant, boutique feel. A variety of indigenous art and attractive, ultra-modern design add to the ambiance. 

You'll notice your room is strangely quiet. You can see all those cars and pedestrians just out the window, but somehow the noise doesn't penetrate into the inner sanctum of your room. You can thank the special triple glazed windows for your restful sleep, or uninterrupted movie viewing on your 42-inch plasma TV.

Japan’s capital has long been featured at the top of cities most visited around the world. And for good reason – it’s a foodie’s paradise, with a vibrant urban scene seamlessly blending tradition and modernity. Tokyo by Four Seasons was created and developed to cater to the many interests of new and well-acquainted visitors to the city.

With Tokyo’s ever-changing calendar of events and established seasonal favourites from city dwellers, the team behind Tokyo by Four Seasons aims to keep the experiences on offer fresh and on rotation. They are also available to personally curate experiences based on guests’ desires.