Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
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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- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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
I have stayed at four seasons resorts around the world, and this one ranks right up there in terms of meeting expectations. the hotel itself is smaller and more quaint, which i prefer. the staff as usual is amazingly attentive. the concierges particularly to make your stay perfect. the location near tokyo IMO is PERFECT. would stay here again definitely.
Outstanding Service, Location and Facility. Everything you would expect from Four Seasons. This hotel is located very close to Tokyo Station and the staff is particularly adept and helpful with getting guests on to trains for the rest of their journey.
This was our first stay at the Four Seasons. We also stayed at the Kyoto location. Though the Tokyo location is a nice hotel, it was not nearly as good as Kyoto. Mostly because of the location/views. The location is super convenient, but we had views of the train station and we would have preferred views of the city. We loved the staff at both locations. Love the mobile app--it makes it SO easy to communicate when them from anywhere. You can ever order in room dining with it. They are building a new Four Seasons in the area for the 2020 Olympics. So I'm sure it will be fabulous. As far as we are concerned, Four Seasons is a great hotel and we would definitely stay again. But we will probably like the new larger facility better.
We have stayed at various four seasons locations before which made us chose it again
I will review the positive first:
-Excellent location (couldn’t be better)
-Breakfast area has a breathtaking view
-Staff is phenomenal ( I want to thank specially the concierge for making all our restaurant reservations weeks in advance)
-Spacious room with beautiful design and excellent beds, they use occitane products
I would not call them negative (that’s why will give 4 and not 5 stars) but if you are looking at a fancy four seasons hotel (like other one we have been to) it does not fall in this category.
Breakfast was kind of your average continental meal without any Japanese twist.
I did order Japanese breakfast which was good.
Would I go back if in Tokyo?
Of course without any doubt, we enjoyed our stay a lot.
I don't usually stay at Four Seasons, but stayed here due to the close proximity to the train station. I was disappointed that there wasn't more Japanese food offered here, and the room service food portions were incredibly small. We ordered a cheese platter and got maybe 3 bites of cheese and a bunch of crackers. The pasta had very few noodles and all meat sauce. The breakfast buffet was disappointing, and wasn't even refilled when it got empty. However, Japanese breakfast was decent. The staff here were all very nice and helpful but unfortunately I have to rate it down in terms of food and value for what you pay.