Tokyo

  • OPENING DATE:

    October 2002
  • GENERAL MANAGER:

    Charles Fisher
Physical Features

Total Number of Rooms: 57

  • Guest Rooms: 48
  • Suites: 9

Number of Stories: Hotel comprises 7 floors a 31-floor building

Design Aesthetic:

  • Modern Asian style with natural materials such as wood and stone complemented by glass and textured fabrics
  • Most spaces have floor-to-ceiling city views

Architect: Yabu Pushelberg

Interior Designer(s): Yabu Pushelberg

Location: Within a stone's throw of Tokyo Station and walking distance to Ginza, Marunouchi and Imperial Palace

Spa

Interior Designer: Yabu Pushelberg

Design Aesthetic: Natural materials and water features create a calming atmosphere

Signature Treatment:

  • Tree of Life revitalising body treatment (60 minutes)

Special Features:

  • Wet spa facilities, including steam sauna, jet showers, and traditional Onsen bath
Dining

Executive Chef: Daniel Calvert

Sous Chef: Ashley Caley

Pastry Chef: Elwyn Boyles

Restaurant: SÉZANNE

  • Concept: French innovative dining, melding Japanese products with the highest execution of French technique
  • Décor: A fresh, contemporary and tactile dining area that reflects the dynamic European cuisine and Japanese materials with an intimate chef's table to speak a language of relaxed luxury
  • Specialties: Classic French recipes crafted with a light touch and plated with Japanese precision and seasonal ingredients – local produce, seafood and meats
  • Designer: André Fu
  • Private Dining Room - CHEF’S TABLE: Offers an intimate dining space, ideal for exclusive events infused with the visual energy of the kitchen; a first-person experience of SÉZANNE’s orchestra-like performance hosted personally by Chef Daniel (Capacity: 8)
  • Salon Seating: 24
  • Dining Area Seating: 42

Bistro: MAISON MARUNOUCHI

  • Concept: A gastronomic sociable hub with lively ambience and light interpretations of bistro fare, serves high concept dining from breakfast through dinner against spectacular views of Marunouchi district and Tokyo Central Station
  • Décor: A relaxed atmosphere tinged with concept-driven dining of breakfast, afternoon tea or post-work drinks; framed by the Tokyo skyline, the iconic bar serves classic cocktails and a changing selection of wines
  • Specialties: Savour fresh interpretations of bistro classics by Chef Daniel Calvert, presented against a canvas of gliding Shinkansen bullet trains and glittering cityscapes
  • Designer: André Fu
  • Dining Area Seating: 41
  • Bar Capacity: 9

In Room Dining

  • Offers menu selections from MAISON MARUNOUCHI
Recreation

Off-site Activities:

  • Jogging
  • Touring the Imperial Palace Gardens by bicycle
  • Visiting the Tsukiji Outer Market

Fitness Facilities:

  • Size: 322 sq m / 3,466 sq ft
  • Special Features: Floor-to-ceiling window views of downtown Tokyo
Meetings, Weddings and Events

Total Size: 189 sq m / 2,034 sq ft

Private Dining Room

  • Offers a boutique experience in the heart of Tokyo’s most prestigious business district
  • Rooms can be arranged in a modern setting for intimate business gatherings and celebrations
  • Capacity: 30

Executive Dining Room

  • The sweeping city view from this top-floor function space can be arranged for hosting board meetings, private dinners and cocktail receptions
  • Capacity: 24

Sky Chapel

  • The 31st-floor Sky Chapel offers an elegant, serene setting for family weddings and beautiful city views through floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Capacity: 25

 


PRESS CONTACTS
Shingo Kido
Director of Public Relations and Communications
Pacific Century Place Marunouchi, 1-11-1 Marunouchi
Tokyo, 100-6277
Japan