Andaz Tokyo a concept by Hyatt
About Andaz Tokyo a concept by Hyatt
Stunning city views multiple on-site restaurants an indoor pool and spa make guests feel pampered at the non-smoking Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills - A Concept by Hyatt. The non-smoking Andaz was built in 2014 and occupies the upper six floors of a 52-story tower which translates to spectacular views of Tokyo. Natural stone and wood elements combine with modern decor to evoke a welcoming contemporary vibe. All 164 rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows plus amenities such as Wi-Fi flat-panel TVs minibars and sleek bathrooms with soaking tubs. Take in views of the city skyline from the rooftop bar then head down to the 51st floor for fine dining at the hotel's restaurant. Casual bites are available at the coffee shop and burger joint off the lobby. A sizable fitness center overlooks the city as does the blue-tiled indoor pool. There's also a spa with a menu of treatments. Other perks include 24-hour room service a business center laundry service and available parking. In the midst of Tokyo's Toranomon business district the Andaz is a 15-minute walk from the Shinbashi Station. Cultural sites within five miles include the Mori Art Museum the Nezu Museum and Zojoji Temple. Four miles away guests learn about local history at the Edo-Tokyo Museum. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office offers incredible views from its observation floor 15 minutes away. Tthe Asakusa neighborhood and the historic Meiji Jingu are within five miles of the hotel. Haneda Airport is a 10-mile drive.
Andaz Tokyo a concept by Hyatt Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling