Sunday, October 25, 2009

Four Seasons Hotel, Tokyo

The Four Season Hotel is placed in the Marunouchi central business district, adjacent to TOKYO Station. The hotel offers a striking, contemporary setting within the landmark glass-clad tower of the prestigious Pacific Century Place.

The Four Seasons hotel boasts the most convenient location in town. For first-timers leery of traveling between Narita Airport and Tokyo Station, the hotel offers a unique “greeting” service at the airport to assure a seamless transition all the way to the hotel (cost: Â¥5,250/$44/£22).

This property offers the ultimate in service, privacy, and exclusivity, with a well-trained staff that goes out of its way to make guests feel welcome (including special amenities and services for children).

Guests are accompanied to rooms by guest-relations officers, and with good reason, as rooms are so high-tech it’s almost impossible to figure out even such mundane tasks as double-locking the doors or engaging the bathtub stopper.

At 44 sq. m (474 sq. ft.) and larger, the attractive rooms are tremendous by Tokyo standards, with such standouts as wall-mounted 42-inch plasma-screen TVs with Internet connections, hookups for MP3 players with surround sound, leather-covered desks, bathrooms with separate tub and shower areas, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The ultimate comfort!

At Four Seasons, you enjoy a unique vantage point from which to explore the sights, sounds and experiences around you.
As well as the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is part of the 31-level Pacific Century Place, a prestigious office and retail development neighbouring Ginza shopping district and Tokyo’s train and subway stations

It’s wonderful because Tokyo offers four defined seasons with comfortable temperatures throughout. Cherry trees blossom in springtime before temperatures reach 30°C (86°F) in summer months. The vibrant colours of autumn paint a memorable image, amidst crisp temperatures. Relatively mild winter temperatures rarely fall far below freezing.

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