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December 31, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Aman Tokyo in Tokyo, Japan

Set in Otemachi, Aman Tokyo is on the doorstep of the verdant Imperial Palace Gardens, and just steps from the bustle and boutiques of Ginza. The historic commercial hub of the Edo period Nihonbashi, the buzzing Shibuya district, and the sky-scrapers of Shinjuku are, also, nearby. Trips beyond the capital can be arranged, including to the iconic Mt FujiAman Tokyo - a monument to the modern-day Japanese capital, and a place where urban dynamism is tempered with serenity. Set in Otemachi, the hotel is within easy reach of Tokyo Station and the thriving Nihonbashi district.

Aman Tokyo’s Rooms and Suites are lofty urban sanctuaries drawing design inspiration from traditional Japanese residences. Blending wood, washi paper and stone with modern technology and luxurious fabrics, our accommodations offer magnificent views including the Imperial Palace Gardens, Tokyo Skytree® and Mt Fuji on the horizon on clearer days. The Restaurant by Aman specializes in cuisine from Italy’s Veneto region on the Adriatic Sea. Local vegetables, meats and seafood pair with the finest imported Italian ingredients, and the dishes – like Japan itself – benefit from the proximity of sea, plains and mountains. Our dining facility is open to guests and non-residents, boasting views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and Mt Fuji. By night, a panorama of the city shimmers before diners. Aman Spa Tokyo is a vast, light-filled sanctuary set high among the Tokyo skyline. A complete range of treatments, therapies and facilities draw on the Japanese principles of nature and balance. Multiple treatment rooms are available, and the signature Spa Journeys focus on Japanese natural ingredients and philosophies. The Spa features large Japanese-style hot baths and steam rooms, a light-filled 30-metre pool with panoramic city views, a world-class fitness centre with the latest cardiovascular and weight-training machinery.

Location of Aman Tokyo

Aman Tokyo
The Otemachi Tower 1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku
100-0004
Tokyo, Japan

Nearest Airport: HND, NRT

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Oh, Aman Tokyo. My partner and I have returned to the property five times this year alone, and every time we go back I'm reminded of how truly exceptional their hard product is. If I could replicate one of their palace-view rooms in my own home, I would. As other reviewers have noted, the Aman Tokyo doesn't always meet the Aman standard for superlative hospitality, but they are improving. Breakfast service, which we'd found to be slow and disorganized on prior visits, was efficient, friendly, and on point this time. For instance, there was an American guest one table over from us who put in a very complicated breakfast order (he also nattered on his phone the whole time, but that's a whole other story), and the staff handled it with grace and accuracy. Also special kudos to Kei, who remembered my breakfast order *from five months ago* when we went downstairs the first morning. He's lovely and professional, exactly what an Aman employee should be. Likewise, the uneven concierge services seem to be improving. We had numerous requests on this trip (dinners, concert tickets, various appointments, etc.) and they handled all of them with aplomb. One critique: when we first checked in, we requested a late check-out on our departure day because we had a nighttime flight at Narita. The front desk staff approved our request, and we went upstairs happy. Five minutes later, the front desk phoned our room to say no, actually, they'd extended the late checkout offer to us in error and we would have to pay a half-day rate (which is over $500) to stay late. I called them back and said I was extremely disappointed that they could not extend the courtesy of a late checkout to us, especially since 1) they'd promised it to us already and 2) we visit the resort 5+ times a year (our first stay of 2018 is already booked, mind you). The on-duty manager (Ken, I believe) eventually granted us a complimentary late check out but he was quite rude about it, and the entire exchange left us feeling annoyed. If you mistakenly offer a benefit to a guest, don't renege on it and attempt to make the guest feel bad, especially if they are returning clients! Again, it was one of those unfortunate instances at the Aman where blind adherence to rules trumped basic principles of hospitality. So the Aman still has some considerable work to do here. We noticed that they have a new GM (seems the hotel has been through a few since it opened), and we wish her much luck in the role. We'd still rather stay at the Aman than anywhere else in Tokyo, but a hotel like this should always be striving continuously for improvement.

ValeP36 - Long Island City, New York


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I always wondered how Aman Tokyo could ever replicate the feeling of other Aman's while being in the midst of such a hectic city. Well it does. From the moment you enter the amazing lobby , to the view of the rooms to the serenity of the pool. All is Aman. All is peace. The bar is great. The italian restaurant is great. The service is flawless. The prices are unbearable, but that's also part of Aman, so take it or leave it.

Luis S


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

I visited Amon Tokyo in July, 2017. I used their lounge for afternoon tea. It's a great lobby lounge and food/dessert/tea was great. The serving size is large, so please bring a good appetite. Like any other restaurants in Japan, you cannot take any left over with you, even just a chocolate.

K T


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Aman Tokyo. The service is fantastic and extends from the porter at the front door to the concierge and everyone in between. The hotel has a beautiful lobby with ample seating to relax with tea or have a drink at the bar. Our room was equally as impressive and had floor to ceiling windows in the room and bathroom. The room was spotless, tranquil and well maintained. The bedding was excellent and it was possible to lay in bed and look out over Tokyo. Although it is a city hotel, it still has that Aman feel that we enjoy so much.

lwohara - saint louis


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

Excellent service as in all Aman chain. Great Good the design and architecture of the lobby and the rooms is breathtaking. The spa has great service but they use regular towels instead of soft cotton sheets, that I personally prefer. The restaurant has espectacular views and very good food. I would highly recommend this hotel for business or pleasure.

aorozco28 - Mexico City, Mexico


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