A friendly face greets you upon arrival at Tokyo Station, leading you through the bustling crowds to our intimate boutique Hotel tucked away in the heart of Marunochi central business district at Pacific Century Place. Whether you’re here for work or just eager to explore the many wonders of our Japanese capital, let one of our 57 rooms be the quiet haven you need after a busy day. Be sure to meet us at MOTIF Restaurant and Bar to taste artfully prepared French cuisine, served from early morning until midnight.
- Chairman’s Suite
Floor-to-ceiling windows provide an abundance of natural light in both the living room and bedroom of this executive-style, top-floor suite, as well as panoramic views of Tokyo Station and bustling Marunouchi.Details
- Deluxe One-Bedroom Suite
These bright and airy corner suites are ideal for business trips or quick family getaways, with a king bedroom and a separate living area complete with dining table and a pullout sofa bed.Details
- Four Seasons Executive Suite
Who needs a corner office when you have these suites? Take care of business at the living room’s multifunctional workspace, with floor-to-ceiling views of Tokyo just outside the window, then come nightfall, close the bedroom door and get some well-earned rest on your custom Four Seasons bed.Details
- Deluxe Premier Room
Simple, clean and spacious, these rooms epitomize contemporary Japanese style with their leather canopies, lacquered doors and tabletops, and courtyard views.Details
- Deluxe King Room
These generously sized rooms let you gaze over Tokyo Station and the Marunouchi skyline from the comfort of your plush, king-size bed.Details
The naturally cleansing waters of an onsen bath were said to welcome gods, emperors and peasants alike
A Relaxing Tradition
Japan’s active volcanoes have created plenty of geothermally heated springs throughout the country, providing access to mineral-rich waters which have been used for thousands of years. You’ll find two traditional onsen baths inside our Spa, one for men and one for women, where you can experience this beloved therapeutic pastime for yourself.
- Sumo and Sightseeing
Spend the morning learning the secrets of sumo during a private, morning-practice session and authentic chanko-nabe breakfast alongside the athletes; the afternoon sightseeing, eating and shopping your way through the city; and, the top of the day with an evening yakatabune cruise through illuminated Tokyo Bay.Details
- New twist on tradition
Take a seat at Higashiya Ginza, a sleek and tranquil, modern-day teahouse, for a one-of-a-kind tea tasting based on the popular 12th-century Cha-Kabuki game, followed by a traditional, Kaiseki-ryori, multi-course dinner.
- Market mornings
They say the early bird catches the worm – or in this case, the tuna. Rise early and meet your guide, a fourth-generation Edomae sushi chef, for an insider’s visit to the famed Tsukiji Market, followed by a private meal at the chef’s 100-year-old, family-owned restaurant.