Four Seasons Opens Second Tokyo Hotel

At 57 rooms, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is a fraction of the size of most Four Seasons hotels, but has as much energy and sophistication as the company’s grandest. Located in the heart of the Marunouchi district of the city, guests will get a true taste for the speed and vigor of Tokyo’s frenetic lifestyle.

“This hotel is unique to our collection in so many ways,” said Wolf Hengst, president, worldwide hotel operations. “While small in size, the energy inside the hotel is reminiscent of the buzz of this magnificent city - it’s a true urban hotel experience.”

The hotel is located in Pacific Century Place Marunouchi between the third and seventh floors. The guest rooms, including nine suites, have wall-to-wall windows, providing a sense of openness and a view of the city, while triple-glazing provides virtual silence. Each room is equipped with a wall mounted 42” plasma television, DVD and CD players. Located adjacent to Tokyo station, guests have easy access to Narita Airport by train.

“There is no question that our location will be important to business travelers to this area of Tokyo, but leisure travelers will also benefit from our proximity to the Imperial Palace and Ginza shopping,” said Tracy Mercer, general manager, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi. “Easy access to Tokyo’s famous bullet trains, make our hotel the ideal gateway to travel in Japan.”

Visitors to Tokyo now benefit from two Four Seasons hotels -both very different. The modern sophistication and energy of Four Seasons Hotel Marunouchi is paired with the residential and traditional feel of Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so, the company’s first hotel in the city.


“A stay at both of our Tokyo properties will give visitors a true Tokyo experience,” said Hengst. “The tranquility of the traditional Japanese gardens at Chinzan-so contrast with the contemporary elegance of Marunouchi.”