The Andaz Tokyo brings together contemporary design in a large but intimate setting. Located in the Toranoman neighborhood, this luxurious hotel offers some of the best views of this iconic Japanese skyline.
At a Glance
The Andaz offers outstanding views with rooms above the 50th floor, it's the second tallest building in Tokyo
Enjoy complimentary wines and sake in the lobby before dinner
The rooftop bar has a great atmosphere and is the perfect spot for an evening cocktail
Although large, the Andaz retains an intimate, boutique feel compared with other hotels in the city
The hotel's design reflects the Japanese love for natural materials and textures
Set in one of the highest buildings in Tokyo, make sure you visit the rooftop bar to sample one of the refreshing cocktails.Rikki Poynton
Head up to the rooftop bar, where there is a small sushi bar. It is a popular place, so you will need to book in advance.Louise Brooks
Look for one of the many stocked fridges throughout the Andaz hotel lobby. These fridges are bursting with complimentary juice and snacks.Kirsty Cowie
Just a short distance from the high-end shopping district of Ginza and stone's throw from Tokyo Tower and the Imperial Palace, The Andaz Tokyo is perfectly situated. Whether you want to be near all the action or are visiting Tokyo for the first time, the Ginza district is a great base.
Each of the hotel's spacious rooms has an understated, contemporary feel and draws influences from the delicate art of Japanese Origami. The bathrooms are spacious and come with a separate sunken bath tub and a large dressing area. Being atop the second tallest building in Tokyo, the views out to the city or bay are outstanding in every room. For the wow factor, opt for one of the Deluxe Rooms. Feel up in the skies with these oversized floor-to-ceiling windows stretching right across the curved walls.
There is an onsite fitness center complete with gym and long pool with amazing city views. Relax after a day's sight-seeing in the steam room and sauna and unwind in one of the hot tubs before enjoying a signature cocktail on the rooftop bar. The Andaz Tokyo is a great option for couples looking for a more boutique style property, but equally caters well for families staying in interconnecting rooms.
There are a total of 164 rooms, including suites, all offering spacious accommodation and incredible views. Each of the rooms have been designed to reflect the Japanese love of clean, contemporary design and draw influences from traditional materials.
Although there are no specific facilities for children at The Andaz Tokyo, families are welcome.
The Andaz offers a range of fantastic facilities to ensure all guests have a pleasant stay. Enjoy a relaxing personalized scrub at the spa, unwind in the hot tubs, sauna or steam rooms, swim lengths and take in the incredible views from the pool before enjoying sundowners on the roof terrace. There is also a choice of Japanese and international dining options to suit all preferences.
Within easy access of the Ginza shopping district and the imperial palace, The Andaz Tokyo is perfectly situated for exploring all this capital city has to offer.
Location & Directions
Located in the heart of Tokyo and just a short distance from the main shopping district of Ginza, the Andaz is perfectly situated for exploring this vibrant, exciting city.
When to go
Tokyo kicks off its year with cold winter days and the odd snowfall. Although temperatures occasionally drop below freezing, winter (December to February) is usually reasonable. Spring (March to May) brings pleasant, warm days, and, of course, cherry blossoms – early April is probably the best time to view the blooms. Summer (June to August) is hot and muggy. Late June can see torrential rains. The temperature and humidity are at their worst in August. Apart from spring, autumn (September to November) is the most pleasant season as temperatures cool down to a cosy level and days are often clear and fine. Fall also means the return of the dramatic foliage season, when the parks and green areas of the city mellow into varying hues of orange and red.