Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo
Aman Tokyo

Aman Tokyo

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

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“Luxury sophisticated minimalism”

How does Aman, the bar-setter for resort luxury, translate into an urban setting? Gorgeously well, as it turns out. From the top floors of Otemachi Tower, the city is captured in window frame perfection – the ancient Imperial Palace in one, the modern city skyline in another. The sleek minimalistic interiors border on stark with zero-clutter aesthetics, but are perfectly muted to let the surroundings do the talking. Best place to do the listening? During a salt soak in your private volcanic rock bathtub, obviously.

Best time to visit : All year

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What we Love

What we absolutely love about the property and feel sure will dazzle you too.

  • There’s not many hotel lobbies we wax lyrical about – but this is one
  • Stunning 30m black volcanic rock-hewn indoor pool
  • Rooms start at a massive 71 sq. m. with fab views, and the Imperial Palace facing rooms are even better
  • A incredibly peaceful sanctuary of a spa

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location
  • The Insider

84 Rooms and Suites

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, they offer magnificent views including the Imperial Palace Gardens and Mt Fuji on the horizon on clearer days. 

Room Facilities

  • Wi-Fi
  • Safe
  • Personal bar
  • Bathroom with traditional furo soaking tub
  • TV with video camcorder connection
  • Sound system
  • Subtle shoji screens made of delicate washi paper

Need to Know

Check-in 15.00 / Check-out 12.00

Deluxe Room
Deluxe Room
  • 2
  • 71 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Tokyo Skyline

Deluxe Rooms are the largest entry-level rooms in the city, offering space and privacy overlooking the Tokyo skyline.

Deluxe Palace Garden View
Deluxe Palace Garden View
  • 2
  • 71 sq. m.
  • King
  • Imperial Palace Gardens

Located on the highest floor, non-smoking Deluxe Palace Garden View Rooms offer a premium view of the Tokyo skyline and Imperial Palace Gardens, with space and privacy.

Premier Room
Premier Room
  • 2
  • 80 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • East Tokyo

Facing the Tokyo skyline, the Premier Rooms include a large foyer and expansive bathroom.

Corner Suite
Corner Suite
  • 2
  • 121 sq. m.
  • King
  • Tokyo Skyline

Uniquely positioned and completely private, Corner Suites have some of the finest views in the hotel.

Suite
Suite
  • 2
  • 141 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Tokyo Skyline

Suites offer panoramic city views, a pantry, and include an expansive living room with writing desk.

Aman Suite
Aman Suite
  • 2
  • 157 sq. m.
  • King
  • Imperial Palace Gardens and East Tokyo

Positioned in the northwest corner of the Otemachi Tower, Aman Suites are Aman Tokyo’s largest. Each offers a separate bedroom and a living room with dining area and pantry.

Arva
Arva
A dining experience celebrating Italy’s simple ingredients and bold flavors.
The Lounge by Aman
The Lounge by Aman
All-day dining, fusing natural and Japanese design elements.
The Cafe by Aman
The Cafe by Aman
Casual French cuisine overlooking the Otemachi Forest.
Musashi by Aman
Musashi by Aman
Centered around the Hinoki counter which seats 8 guests, the space reflects the minimalist design aesthetic of Aman Tokyo.
Aman Spa Tokyo
Aman Spa Tokyo
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. 
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
The 30-meter swimming pool stretches across the skyscape. Comfortable daybeds provide the ultimate perch from which to gaze onto the bustling city below.
Yoga & Pilates
Yoga & Pilates
The Pilates studio is equipped with Allegro Reformers and other Pilates specific apparatus and the yoga studio features professional equipment. Private classes can be arranged.
Fitness Centre
Fitness Centre
The spacious, light-filled Fitness Centre is equipped with the latest in cardiovascular and weight-training machinery from Technogym and Life Fitness. TRX and spinning bikes are also available.

Aman Tokyo

Set in the Otemachi district, Aman Tokyo is within easy reach of Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) and Narita International Airport (NRT).

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

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Bistrot Quotidien
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Hie Jinja Shrine
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