Hyatt Opens Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has opened the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills, Japan’s first Andaz hotel and the twelfth property for the brand globally. Occupying floors 47 to 52 of the Toranomon Hills Tower, the hotel is positioned for easy access to the Japanese capital’s many business and leisure addresses.


Reflecting the Japanese cultural emphasis on beauty and purity, renowned interior designers Tony Chi and Tokyo-based Shinichiro Ogata used natural materials such as washi paper and walnut throughout each space, creating simple, yet sophisticated interiors where guests can both energize themselves and unwind at ease. 164 guestrooms and suites offer unparalleled views of the Tokyo skyline, with the bathroom being a key feature of the room design and equipped with deep-soaking tubs inspired by Japanese bath culture. Entertainment and communications come in the form of a 42-inch flatscreen television, bluetooth speakers, high-speed internet access and voicemail telephone, while all non-alcoholic minibar drinks and snacks are complimentary in true Andaz fashion.


Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills’ array of restaurants and bars include the dramatic Andaz Tavern, set 51 floors above ground where floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning city views as guests enjoy refined European provincial cuisine and striking wood sculptures from British artist Charlie Whinney hanging from the ceiling. One floor above is the Rooftop Bar, part of a modern take on a Katsura Rikyu villa, where the menu features crafted cocktails infused with premium teas and fresh seasonal fruits, domestic draft beers, premium champagnes and fine sakes. On street level, Bebu is a casual all-day eatery serving burgers and beers, while the Pastry Shop offers patisserie, simple savories and premium coffee selections.


Event planners will find nearly 762 square meters of function spaces with fluid layouts and functional design. 6 Andaz Studios are situated on the 51st floor and ideal for customized events or business meetings, while the Rooftop Studio features a theatrical show kitchen and open-air terrace perfect for product launches or rooftop parties. The 52nd floor also features Tokyo’s highest stand-alone wedding chapel, designed with the same copper roofing and shingling of a traditional Shinto shrine and temple.


The AO Spa & Club is the latest leisure and recreation addition to Tokyo with its 20-meter swimming pool, a unique carbonated bath, floating jet bath, advanced fitness training machines and 5 spa treatment rooms. Overlooking the spectacular Imperial Palace grounds, the spa offers a tailor-made treatment approach called “Jiyujizai”, using a wide variety of fresh fruit, fresh and dry herbs and natural minerals.


Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills becomes Hyatt’s fourth property in Tokyo, joining the Grand Hyatt Tokyo, Hyatt Regency Tokyo and the Park Hyatt Tokyo.


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