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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
Nearest Airport: HND, NRT
Amenities for Aman Tokyo
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Wellness Center
- Wellness Programs
- Historic Sites
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Aman Tokyo
I've stayed at Grand Hyatt, Ritz, Mandarin, and visited countless others (peninsula, imperial, palace etc) and used to exclusively stay at the Mandarin but when their GM left and having experienced Aman at Amangiri, I decided it was time to switch it up and try the aman in Tokyo. Turned out to be a very good decision indeed. From the start, the concierge, particularly, Yuriko, were super helpful in landing some difficult restaurant reservations: including the highlight of my trip, a personally prepared meal by a famous yakiniku chef at his restaurant counter. The facilities are stunning. The lobby is an architectural wonder. The rooms are by far the biggest and sleekest of Tokyo. Beautiful views, amazing dual vanity bathroom with rain shower and relaxing japanese bath (I used it daily!). Bed and layout were classic Aman. Housekeeping was consistent and discrete, and rarely bumped into them or were bothered in the morning. Finally, definitely take advantage of the pool in the spa area. I would exercise, work up a good sweat and then dip in the pool, come out and relax on the day-bed where a cold towel and fresh berries awaited. Simply zen! Breakfast was a-la-carte, which i personally prefer, but if you prefer buffets as is the standard in tokyo then you might be dissapointed. Buffets are not very hygienic and not as fresh, so I don't know why you would care, and i'm glad the Aman style of everything personalized and made-to-order was carried over here.
I would like first to speak About the rooms a simple word you feel like you are sleeping on your own bed ! The gym and spa are amazing but all this comes with very good service and the team really wants you to feel home and relaxed .
Great hotel. Kerry hill has designed a majestic ode to Zen minimalism with the usual Aman touches of natural materials and neutral hues. It's a beautiful space which maximises its panoramic views of Tokyo. We saw mount Fuji everyday we were there because of the clear weather. Move over Hyatt pool! There's a new indoor heated hotel pool king. Expansive views of Tokyo and the surrounding mountains. If they film lost in translation 2 they need to make it here! Aman Tokyo is Conveniently located at Otemachi - close to Tokyo station. You're within walking distance of JR trains and the Narita express at Tokyo station as well as metro lines at Tokyo and Otemachi stations. Service was fantastic. They helped pick up our luggage at Tokyo station, arranged hard to book restaurants and spared no effort to make us feel comfortable. Japanese service can sometimes come across as incredibly formal. But Aman Tokyo staff were really warm and friendly while maintaining etiquette! Really appreciated the restaurant staff, pool staff and manager Yoshi for taking care of us.
This is a very beautiful hotel - modern and minimalist. Having stayed at the mandarin in tokyo and at the ritz in kyoto - there is something left to be said about the service at the aman, it is not up to par with the two Hotels I previously mentioned. We had such an amazing stay at the other hotels that we were used to great service and when we got to this hotel we were bummed by the following: Check in took 20 minutes My husband called in for breakfast for following morning and they said that the time he wanted was completely booked. For the price of the nightly stay this is not an excuse. When I ordered lunch, Room service did not answer the phone. The operator had to find someone at that dept to call me back when available. These things should not happen in any hotel, much less in this category. It has amazing views, amazing rooms, but it does not have the management training of a mandarin oriental or a ritz carlton.
stperl - Aventura, Florida
This hotel is truly an exquisite experience. From the minute you walk in, you appreciate the zen feelings it evokes. The design is sophisticated and minimalist. The service is exceptional. Our room had breathtaking panoramic views. It was beautifully appointed and immaculate. A shoji screen opens up into the bathroom which has the traditional Japanese tub and separate rain shower. The products are all very high quality. Everyday different types of treats are delivered to our room. I believe that Aman sets a standard for excellence that few hotels can match.
Vivian B - New Hope