Tel: 81 3 3943 2222
Fax: 81 3 3943 2300
Metro: Edogawabashi and Mejiro
Concierge.com's insider take:
The first Four Seasons to open in Asia is hidden down a side street in Sekiguchi overlooking a 17-acre, 600-year-old traditional Japanese garden. Your view includes a three-story pagoda and a private well, from which the hotel receives its water. The 259 rooms—filled with brocade chairs, gold tasseled curtains, and plush floral carpets—offer up enough amenities to keep guests inside (deep-soaking tubs with mini TVs, views of either the garden or the Tokyo skyline), but the real draw indoors is the hotel's spa, which opened in 2007. Each treatment room connects to its own private patio with rock sculptures and walls lined with bamboo, as well as an in-house onsen, making the Four Seasons Hotel at Chinzan-so the only hotel in Tokyo to pipe in mineral water from the Izu Peninsula. Other facilities include a swimming pool with a retractable roof, a 24-hour health club, and three restaurants (including Il Teatro).—Rebecca Willa Davis
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