The spacious rooms and luxurious suites at Tokyo ANA InterContinental are elegantly decorated with modern furnishings and soft lighting. Amenities include a flat-screen cable/satellite TV, minibar and personal safe.
At a surcharge, guests can lounge by the 50 feet outdoor Garden Pool on the 4th floor, from June until September. A 20 feet children's pool is also available. Guests can also unwind at the pool side snack bar, which provides light sumptuous snacks as well as an array of drinks and summer cocktails. A deck chair is available for extra comfort. In addition, there is a 24-hour fitness centre on site. The hotel also provides a concierge service and on-site shopping arcade.
The Michelin-starred Pierre Gagnaire Restaurant and Bakery serves authentic French specialties with Tokyo Tower in the background. Other dining options include Japanese, Chinese, international and seafood dishes. Drinks are available at ANA’s 4 bars.
The Ginza area is a 15-minute subway ride away, and the Shibuya area is a 20-minute subway ride from the hotel. Guests can take an Airport Limousine Bus directly from the airport to the hotel. Narita International Airport is a 90-minute ride and Haneda Airport is a 45-minute ride away.
|LARGE, SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT LOBBY|
|CASCADING WATER WALL SEPARATES THE CHECK IN AREA FROM RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE|
|TRADITIONAL JAPANESE GREETERS ARE IN LOBBY IN EARLY EVENING|
|AN UPGRADE TO TWO SINGLE BEDS? I HAD TO COMPLAIN AND CHANGE ROOMS|
MOVED TO SINGLE KING BED ROOM
|SMALL SEATING AREA AND DESK|
|TV, DRAWERS AND SAFE HERE|
|IN ROOM COFFEE AND TEA AND THERE IS NICE SIZE REFRIGERATOR BELOW|
|VERY SMALL BATHROOM|
|LOVE JAPANESE TOILETS THAT CLEAN, DRY AND FLUSH AUTOMATICALLY|
|SHOWER AND BATH|
THE CHAMPAGNE BAR ABOVE THE LOBBY WAS NICE PLACE TO RELAX
A GLASS OF BUBBLY WILL RUN YOU AROUND $18 TO $50
A NICE WAY TO START AN EVENING IN TOKYO