September 12, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Hotel New Otani Tokyo in Tokyo, Japan
Surrounded by a gorgeous ten-acre Japanese garden, with the bright lights of Tokyo glimmering nearby, the luxurious Hotel New Otani Tokyo has achieved a zen-like balance between traditional beauty and stylish modernity. Located throughout the 16th century garden, this Preferred Hotels & Resorts property, part of the well-established Preferred Hotel Group offers 643 rooms designed with the fashionable and elegant amalgamation of dark wood, steel, and glass. Each room is appointed with plush linens, the most modern technological accessories, and floor-to-ceiling windows which provide you with breathtaking views of the lush grounds. Surrounded by such luxury and comfort you may get lost in the tranquil and almost mythic atmosphere of Japan without ever leaving your room.
Experience the amazing nightlife in the popular Roppongi District, located just east of the hotel. Here you can drink and dance at some of the best nightclubs in all of Tokyo, sample a delicious bowl of traditional hot noodle soup, or delight your palette with amazing sushi and a cold beer. Or if you prefer shopping, take a quick trip to the Ginza district, where designer luxury brands dominate the city blocks. After a day spent out on the town, head back to Hotel New Otani Tokyo for a visit to the Amour Spa. Here massages and fresh flower bathing will rejuvenate you, while the second Golden Spa offers an indoor pool and golf driving range. For dinner look no further than the hotel itself. With 37 restaurants featuring expertly prepared cuisines from around the world, there truly is something for everyone. At the end of the day head to the 40th floor for a cocktail at The Bar, where the amazing view will impart you with a zen-like feel for the rest of your stay Hotel New Otani Tokyo.
Location of Hotel New Otani Tokyo
Nearest Airport: NRT
Amenities for Hotel New Otani Tokyo
- General Information
- 643 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- Coffee Shop
- 37 Restaurants
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Indoor Pool
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Spa Services
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Business Center
- Conference Facilities
- Train Station
- Public Transportation
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Hotel New Otani Tokyo
Beautiful old hotel with landscaped garden and waterfall. Next to Akasaka Subway station. Walking distance to numerous eateries across the river. Near the Imperial Palace. Nice scenic jogging area. Free wifi. Small gym (only 1 treadmill available). 40 mins drive from Haneda airport.
maestr02 - Singapore, Singapore
I first stayed at the New Otani Hotel Tokyo in July 2004 and have been returning ever since! - Little has changed in the last 13 years - and I guess this is appropriate as the New Otani mainly caters to the older generation of Japanese business people and Tokyo resident. But when old style is done well enough it becomes classic and the New Otani is a truly classic Japanese hotel. The location is ideal, one hour from the airport by regular shuttle bus, 15-30 minutes taxi drive from Shibuya main train station or Tokyo stations which can bring you anywhere, and within easy walking distance to the Akasaka area for a more relaxed environment to have dinner with your business partner. The rooms are also classic Japanese, catering to their understanding of western requirements which is comprehensive! The electric black out drapes are very helpful for the jet lagged traveller otherwise the rooms do speak to the classic 5 star standards but with nothing new to write home about. The staff are extremely polite, bowing and reciting the well rote learned "Thank you for waiting!" -for the super fast elevator! But as is so often the case - professional politeness is only skin deep and whatever happens don't be late for the departing airport bus.... I was once and they told me it had left when it hadn't. The garden restaurant serving wonderful cakes connects the main building to the tower is where you can honestly see Japanese non working spouses society on display! The hotel hosts a Traders Vic restaurant but the main dining hall is classic is nothing special. The gardens are fantastic in Japanese style- mainly used for wedding photographs but the swimming pool (outdoor and closed during the winter) and gym are are dated! Stay here if it's your first time to Japan - or if classic is your taste - but not if you're looking for something special.
You can stay there like a king! Everything went so smooth from checking in, dining, to checking out. There are many restaurants and shops inside the hotel, but also adjacent to it, which are more reasonably priced. Need to take a cab to go anywhere.
Hakubear - New York City, New York
Coming to the New Otani was a 2 day splurge after staying in a business hotel in Akabane (Daiwa Roynet Hotel) for 7 days. I can't believe I was happier at the Daiwa Roynet. No, it wasn't luxurious, but the rooms were cooled properly and didn't smell like cigarettes. Even in a non-smoking room, I smell cigarettes here at the New Otani. My sense is that the air conditioning system is outdated. The hallways are not air conditioned which is quite surprising. It is very unpleasant to step out of the elevator into a muggy hall when you're coping with the hottest days of the year. Furthermore, I was frustrated to learn that the indoor pool has a $30-$50 a day fee. This was not obvious from the website that shows many beautiful photos of the indoor pool. On the plus side, the lobby is quite upscale and the views of the garden are very beautiful. Also the majority of the staff speak excellent English which makes interactions easier.
Heather P - Richmond, Virginia, United States
Stayed for 5 nights and was impressed by the size of the room, especially for a city like Tokyo. The rooms are clean and amenities are well thought through, the hotel provided everything that made my stay as comfortable and as expected for a 5-star hotel. The rooms are clean despite being old. Hotel is well located and easy to walk to metro to get around Tokyo. Customer service was as expected and no complaints. Breakfast could be better in terms of selected and I felt myself having the same selection over 5 days was a little too boring.
Mellieboo - Perth, Australia