Hyatt Hotels Corp. announces today the official opening of Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills, the first Andaz hotel in Japan and the twelfth Andaz hotel globally. The hotel joins Hyatt’s growing portfolio in Tokyo, joining Park Hyatt Tokyo, Grand Hyatt Tokyo and Hyatt Regency Tokyo.
Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills is located in the 52-story Toranomon Hills Tower from floors 47-52, a progressive multi-use high-rise for high-end business and lifestyle that will look to position Tokyo as an internationally competitive world class city. Located between the Tokyo Tower and Imperial Palace, the hotel offers easy access to key locations and sites, including the Ginza shopping district, cultural attractions, and the city’s central financial area.
Designed by renowned interior designers Tony Chi of New York and the Tokyo-based Shinichiro Ogata, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills reflects Japan’s cultural emphasis on beauty and purity of form by using natural materials such as washipaper and walnut throughout each space.
The hotel features 164 spacious guestrooms, including eight suites, averaged at 540 square feet for standard rooms, with unparalleled views of the Tokyo skyline. The bathroom is a key feature of the room design, equipped with deep soaking tubs inspired by Japanese bath culture. In true Andaz fashion, all non-alcoholic mini-bar drinks and locally-inspired snacks are complimentary, as are local telephone calls and wireless Internet access.
The Food&Beverage offering of Andaz Tokyo includes: the Andaz Tavern which features refined European provincial cuisine prepared with seasonal Japanese ingredients, the Rooftop Bar, re-envisioned from the image of a traditional Japanese teahouse, BeBu, a casual, all-day eatery and the Pastry Shop.
Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills offers over 14,500 square feet of leisure and recreational facilities on the 37th floor with its AO Spa & Club, which includes a 65-foot swimming pool, a carbonated bath, a floating jet bath, a full range of advanced fitness training machines, and five spa treatment rooms.