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
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
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.
Call us on to start planning your vacation to Andaz Tokyo or take a look at our itineraries to Japan
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.
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.
Dominic Atterton (Staff)
I really like Andaz hotels. The brand is young and relaxed but still with incredibly warm and efficient service. The Andaz Tokyo takes up the upper three floor of the 52-story Toranomon Hills skyscraper. The views are pretty spectacular. I was really impressed by the rooms which are very light and airy and well designed with the focus being drawn to the incredible views and all with a massive jacuzzi bath for relaxing after a tiring day on the streets of Tokyo. The hotel's main restaurant called the Tavern is really buzzy and a great place to eat one night or to enjoy pre dinner drinks in the adjoining bar. My other highlight from the Andaz was their beautiful pool and gym. The pool is flanked by huge floor to ceiling windows and is one of the best city hotel pools I have used anywhere in the world - totally amazing.
Kirsty Cowie (Staff)
The Andaz Tokyo prides itself on being an open and friendly hotel that is welcoming for everyone. Located in the heart of the Toranoman neighborhood, an up and coming area, this luxury hotel is just a short walk from the famous high end district of Ginza.
Louise Brooks (Staff)
The Andaz is a relaxed and stylish hotel, great for younger couples or famillies. The rooms have amazing views and the design is simple, yet stylish. All soft drinks and snacks are complimentary, which is a nice touch.
The service is great, in a very relaxed and friendly way. The concierge team are also excellent and helped me with my last minute requests before flying home.
Rikki Poynton (Staff)
From the moment you arrive at the Andaz you cannot help but be wowed by its commanding views. The staff are so welcoming and they offer complimentary wine and sake before 8pm which is a great touch.
The rooms are simple and have a contemporary Japanese feel. Again, all the rooms have amazing views and the bathrooms are especially spacious and luxurious.
Sarah Rowan (Staff)
As the second highest hotel in Tokyo, it is hard to beat their views, most definitely best enjoyed from the suites, which really have the wow factor. The Andaz Suite and Andaz Sky Suite (located on the corners) have the most expansive views and are impossible to drag yourself away from.
Newly opened in 2014, it is a contemporary choice. It also has a more informal style, which starts at the check-in and runs throughout the hotel. The service is excellent, just in a relaxed and friendly way. The 5 standard rooms offer the same set-up, but are simply categorised by their view. My favorite is facing towards the Imperial Gardens. This is a great choice for families, as they have a number of inter-connecting rooms.
Ancient Nikko Day Trip
Enjoy a day trip to Nikko as you explore the ancient sacred site for the Japanese and visit Shin-kyo, Rinno-ji, Tosho-gu and Taiyuin byo. Return to Tokyo by JR Train.
Choice of Half Day Family Activity
This afternoon, families can make a choice to visit either the Railway Museum or the Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.
Code of the Samurai
Enjoy a one hour Samurai lesson and immerse in the code of the samurai to learn about their manners and etiquette. Practise some basic movements of Japanese swordplay.
Cruise on Sumidagawa River
Enjoy a scenic cruise along Sumidagawa river and end in the beautiful Hamairkyo garden. Relax amongst nature and enjoy a cup of tea.
Full Day Tokyo City Tour
Discover Asakusa today and explore Sensoji before proceeding to the Tokyo Skytree, the tallest structure in Japan that offers great panoramic views. Head to Edo Tokyo Museum and if time permits, make a visit to the Meiji Shrine.
Half Day Modern Tokyo
Embark on a half day tour of modern Tokyo. Discover the busy Shibuya, peaceful Yoyogi Park nestled amongst the bustle of the city. Continue to Harajuku and end with a visit to Shinjuku, a contrast of bright neon lights and tall modern skyscrapers.
Harajuku Foodie Tour
For those with a sweet tooth, Tokyo’s Harajuku district is a dream destination, full of patisseries, crepe stands, and sweet stalls, all in an area famed for being at the heart of Japan’s ‘kawaii’ culture, as epitomized by Hello Kitty.
Helicopter Flight Over Tokyo Skyline
Enjoy a stunning 20 minute helicopter flight over one of the largest cities in the world, taking in the stunning Tokyo skyline from the air.
Highlights of Eastern Tokyo
Discoer the highlights of the Tokyo Metropolis, exploring the Asakusa District, Sensoji Temple, Nakamis Shoping Street, Akihabara and the Imperial Palace.
Highlights of Tokyo
A full day tour of the highlights of Tokyo with your English speaking guide, exploring the Meijijingu shrine, Roppongi Hills where you'll go up to the observation deck for 360 degree views of the city, and the areas of Omotesando, Aoyama and Ginza.
Japanese Calligraphy Class
Embark on a Japanese Calligraphy class and learn about the basic art form of writing, starting from the characters!
Luxury Japanese Cuisine Cooking Class
Today you can try your hand at creating your own traditional Japanese foods.
Morning with a Sumo Wrestler
The ancient art of Sumo wrestling requires years of dedicated training in a ‘heya’, or stable, and this is a chance to visit one of these to observe a morning training session and appreciate the complete devotion of the wrestlers to their sport.
Engage in a 2 hours Ninja lesson to discover the ancient techniques of these mysterious underground warriors who contributed greatly to the Japan's Sengoku civil war.
Old Town Tokyo Food Tour
Take a step back in time as you leave behind the neon lights of Tokyo’s bustling center and dive into the food and craft culture of the Yanaka district. This is a charmingly nostalgic area and offers a chance to discover a different side to the city.
Suitable for both older families and couples, this guided Samurai Experience offers guests the chance to learn more about this ancient art. Learn the skills required to draw, sheathe and wield a katana, the traditional swords used by samurai.
Sushi Cooking Class in Tokyo
Take part in a cooking class and try your hand at creating various types of sushi.
Japan is world famous for its incredible sushi. Today take the chance to try your hand at making these delicious dishes for yourself.
Taiko Drumming Lesson
Enjoy a demonstration by pro master and a lesson in Taiko drumming in Tokyo. Taiko is broadly a range of large percussion instruments in Japan and its origins sit within Japanese folklore and communication method.
Tea Ceremony in Kyoto
Take part in a traditional Tea Ceremony and gain an insight into this ancient art form and key part of Japanese culture.
Tsukiji Morning Market
Visit the renowned Tsukiji Market in the early morning today on your own and enjoy a mouth-watering Sushi breakfast in the outer market at a restaurant that has been around for over 300 years!
Tuna auction with Tuna Dining at Toyosu Fish Market
Visit the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world, Toyosu Fish Market to experience the excitement of the auction and enjoy a fresh tuna tasting breakfast after the tour.
Visit a Master Swordsmith in Tokyo
Visit a Master Swordsmith at their home in Tokyo to see the art of Japanese sword making.
Art in Japan
Tokyo, Kanazawa, Naoshima, Kyoto & Hakone
from $9100 pp 13 nights
- A perfect first time trip to Japan for art and culture enthusiasts
- Stay in a traditional ryokan, a truly authentic experience
- Stay in the beautiful island of Naoshima, famous for contemporary art galleries and architecture
Honeymoon in Japan
Tokyo, Kyoto, Kanazawa & Takayama
from $8400 pp 11 nights
- Japan has an incredibly rich culture and so many interesting and exciting places to explore and new things to discover, making it a perfect honeymoon destination
- On this itinerary you'll be able to stay in a traditional ryokan, the ideal pampering experience and taste of traditional Japan
- Brilliant introduction to Japan visiting two of its most well known cities, Tokyo and Kyoto and a chance to get slightly off the tourist train in Kanazawa and Takayama
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.
- 24/7 concierge service
- 24/7 emergency assistance
- Firsthand knowledge
- Renowned service
- Award-winning tour operator