Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi Invites Couples to an Urban Retreat Filled with Memorable Experiences for Two

Expansive guest suites set the stage for couples to reconnect over an array of opportunities to wine and dine, relax and recharge, and explore Tokyo life in new ways
August 17, 2023,
Tokyo, Japan

Iconic views, stunning interiors and heartfelt service set the stage for a romantic sojourn at Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi. Rising above the elegant Marunouchi district, the intimate Hotel offers an ideal home base for lovebirds to rediscover the city’s myriad delights, from award-winning cuisine to exciting cultural explorations.

“With just 57 rooms and suites, we are a ‘true boutique’ Hotel in the heart of Tokyo. Our guests can access all the vibrancy and excitement of Japan’s capital, while still being able to retreat discreetly into a tranquil oasis when they desire,” says General Manager Jens Wycisk.

Located minutes from Tokyo Station and the captivating Ginza district, Four Seasons also happens to be a go-to dining in its own right. Couples who share a love for gastronomy will find plenty to savour, including sparkling sunsets at the Champagne Lounge and dynamic French fare at Michelin-starred SÉZANNE.

Spacious Light-Filled Suites

Bright with natural light and a modern Japanese aesthetic, the Hotel’s expansive suites invite couples to fall in love all over again. Stay in a One Bedroom Suite or One Bedroom Deluxe Suite to soak in panoramic vistas from the corner bathtub, then snuggle up for a 3D movie night in the living room.

Lovebirds in the mood for additional relaxation and entertainment options can reserve the Chairman’s Suite, located on the top floor. Host a soiree with close friends across the spacious living and dining areas, or arrange for a relaxing couple’s massage in the privacy of the bedroom.

Just a Little Celebration

Begin the romantic rendezvous in style with a personalized window message, flower bouquet and bottle of Krug Champagne waiting in the suite on arrival. The following morning, wake up to a Champagne Breakfast for an indulgent start to the day. Available on request, at an additional charge.

Make It a Date

Ignite the senses with an unforgettable culinary adventure at SÉZANNE, the two-Michelin star French restaurant named the Best Restaurant in Japan and ranked #2 on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2023. Chef Daniel Calvert takes couples on a sensory journey with his exemplary degustation menus, crafted with a light touch and plated with precision.

At MAISON MARUNOUCHI, the Parisian-style bistro, twosomes can cozy up in an intimate booth to enjoy bistro classics and creative cocktails — perfect for bringing back that romantic spark.

Couples can also take the time to reconnect over a gourmet Champagne Breakfast in the seclusion of their own room or suite. Raise a toast to love and whisper sweet nothings as Shinkansen bullet trains glide by, framed by sweeping cityscapes.

Souvenirs to Savour

An extraordinary lovers’ retreat deserves an extraordinary memento. Stop by The Spa Boutique for Nicolai Bergmann’s original floral designs, renowned for blending Scandinavian aesthetics with a Japanese sensibility. Couples can also pick up matching Four Seasons pajamas or plush bathrobes, tailormade for elevating quiet evenings back home.

Romance in Tokyo

Vibrant, intriguing and endlessly fascinating, Tokyo offers a plethora of adventures for two. The Concierge at Four Seasons is on hand to arrange a variety of private excursions.

  • Night View Tour. Discover the sights, lights and energy of Tokyo after the sun goes down, with a special nighttime route that takes in landmarks such as the Tokyo Tower and Sky Tree.
  • Fish Market and Sushi Making. Embark on a private tour of the famed Tsukiji Fish Market with a local chef. Learn the art of touch-and-feel while purchasing fish and seafood in the outer market, before heading to the chef’s restaurant for a lesson on how to prepare and enjoy fresh sushi.
  • Tokyo City Tour. Immerse in the culture and energy of this bustling metropolis, as its secrets are revealed by an expert guide. Journey from the historical atmosphere of the early Edo period to modern-day Tokyo, taking in sites such as Omotesando, Harajuku and the Meiji Shrine along the way.
  • Architecture Tour. Join an expert in Tokyo’s architecture and visit famous areas such as Omotesando Hills, Plada and Tokyo Station. Explore the city’s history and its evolving succession of architectural styles down the ages.
  • Kamakura Day Trip. Take a break from busy Tokyo to discover the serene temples and scenic landscapes of Kamakura and Enoshima on this full-day tour. Highlights include seeing Hase-dera Temple and a stop at the beach on Enoshima Island.