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
I spent a night in the hotel, which is very well located. Besides, it was very close to the area where I had work. In any case the location is very convenient. The check-in was smooth and the staff quite helpful. The room was quite large but the view wasn't great. There are quite a few restaurant options for breakfast. I opted for the one with a view of the garden but it proved to be a little crowded.
thesidhartha - New Delhi, India
Stayed for 5 days in this huge hotel. It has a beautiful garden, fitness and swimming pool and lots of friendly personnel. Rooms are big and luxury. It is beautiful but you need a map to prevent you getting lost; there are 4 restaurants to have breakfast or dinner. One of them is on the 40th floor from which you can see Mount Fuji, another restaurant slowly turns around. It is not cheap but relative close to the centre. (in 20 minutes via subway -which comes every 8 minutes - to Hachi statue and most busy trafic crossing). Emperors pallace on walking distance.
spranrol - Vught
Great and clean rooms are not the only features of New Otani hotel. The lovely Japanese garden is a place where I spent a lot of time. Definitely a must-see in Tokyo. Also, the shops inside make it easy to grab something to eat late at night. The beds are huge and very comfortable for good nights of sleep :)
CrisChern - Glasgow, United Kingdom
We stayed at the New Otani for four days at the start of a tour of Japan. This hotel is huge but still feels very friendly. Our room was very clean and well maintained. The whole hotel is very clean and well presented. The Japanese garden is great to relax in. The food and drink is very expensive we had an included breakfast each day but we had to queue for quite a while even though we had a choice of four restaurants.
AlanNowill - Bakewell, United Kingdom
It's difficult for me to report this here, but the Hotel New Otani in Tokyo is starting to look a bit battered around the edges. The rooms for New Otani Club members are showing some age: furniture scratched, walls showing wear and tear, bathrooms now seem slightly outdated. Don't get me wrong, I love this hotel. I have stayed three times in the past two years, for extended periods. The gardens are wonderful, the breakfast is very good, the concierge is unbeatable for efficiency and helpfulness. But the rooms now need some TLC (tender loving care). Also, the check out procedures need to be modernized so that you can leave easily and quickly, rather than standing in a queue and going through a rather bureaucratic process. Please do make a few changes. Thanks for listening.
liketOtravel00742 - London, United Kingdom