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What We Love

  • 24-hour fitness center and full-service spa with traditional Japanese onsen (hot spring) bath
  • Location next to Tokyo Station ensures fast check-in and checkout for bleary-eyed travelers
  • On-site babysitting, kid-friendly bath amenities and free bedtime snacks for little ones

What To Know

  • Free wired Internet access in guest rooms for up to two devices
  • Pet-friendly, with one pet per room allowed (up to 15 pounds)
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  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Boutique Tokyo digs teeming with thoughtful amenities and a surprising selection of kid-friendly perks

The Lowdown

With 57 guestrooms and a decidedly chill vibe, this petite property adjacent to Tokyo Station is an oasis amid the big city bustle. Free train greeters escort you from platform to hotel portal, while a multi-lingual concierge is on call to assist throughout your stay. Decked in contemporary furnishings with Japanese details, all rooms and suites feature luxury appointments: 3-D LCD flat-screens, stocked minibars, plush bathrobes, and down duvets. Soaking tubs and rainfall showers also come standard, but the on-site spa makes a strong case for leaving your room, as it offers a full massage and treatment menu as well as a traditional onsen bath.

In the Area

Take advantage of the train depot next door for easy access to all the major attractions of Tokyo — and beyond. Historic Kyoto is around a two and a half hour journey by high-speed train, making it an ideal day trip for romantics and history buffs, while Mount Fuji is only a 45 minute journey on the bullet train. Back in the city, your concierge can point you to the area’s best izakaya restaurants for a casual bite, arrange transport to Ginza or any one of the city’s other famed shopping districts, or recommend a full day of kid-friendly diversions for a little family time.

How to Get There

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
1-11-1 Marunouchi
Tokyo, 100-6277 Japan


4.5 Very Good 1189 Reviews
Great Hotel
Reviewed 2 hours ago

Excellent service and accommodations... Especially wonderful is the escort to the train station on departure. Gym and spa facilities are well maintained and clean. Restaurant and staff are terrific and can't be beat.

Amazing service and a great place to stay
Reviewed 1 day ago

We really enjoyed our visit. The staff went out of their way to make sure that we had a good time. This is a small hotel with only 57 rooms. They really try to cater to each customer. The location is convenient and near the Tokyo train station. The rooms we had were nice and spacious and clean.

I wish the breakfast was better. The buffet is very limited and small in comparison to other 5 star breakfast buffets.

I wish there was a pool.

Overall it is an excellent hotel and we would love to go back.

A little oasis in the heart of Tokyo.
Reviewed 2 days ago

The staff at the four seasons are what sets it apart.

We were seamlessly greated by two fantastic staff when we arrived by train, and not only did they escort us to the hotel, they even escorted my in-laws to their near by hotel. When our room was not available on arrival we were escorted to a nearby store I wanted to visit.

The rooms were very large, huge by Tokyo standards. The breakfast was great, but perhaps would become monotonous after more then 3 days.

The location made sightseeing really easy and it will be the first place we think of when we return to Tokyo.

Average - Tokyo has far far better
Reviewed 1 week ago

There’s nothing massively wrong with the hotel, but there is also nothing really right either.
It needs a modernisation in the rooms badly, the entrance is also underwhelming.
The “city view” room looked straight into an office block, there was certainly no view.
The staff do their best and are great, but something isn’t right about the whole hotel.
The breakfast (and food in general) is very very average by Tokyo standards.

With better options everywhere in Tokyo, I won’t come back to the four seasons again, that’s for sure.

Global #1 hotel for its impeccable service.
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you want to experience the ultimate hotel service, I would recommend Four Seasons Tokyo. Some people might complain hotel being old, but they still kept their hotel at the best condition.

Quality of the room service was also very delightful.