Andaz Toranomon Hills: luxury, calm, and Zen

Andaz Toranomon Hills: luxury, calm, and Zen

The city now has an urban refuge, situated in the foothills of the Toranomon Hills, for modern nomads.

This is not a simple Hyatt hotel but a real urban retreat. Andaz lives up to its reputation of offering clients a new philosophy of service.

No desk or concierge is visible in the lobby. Taking up the last six floors of a tower in the Toranomon Hills, you will be pleased by the poetic and pure décor, conceived by Tony Chi and Shinichiro Ogata. Inspired by Japanese culture, noble materials adorn the rooms and walls beautifully. Traditional washi paper is used on the dividing walls, while Hokkaido walnut and granite give a magisterial and sensual feeling to this exceptional place.

A 20-metre pool with a view over the Imperial Palace and a 'farm-to-table' restaurant are available, not to mention the bar with a panoramic view of night-time Tokyo leading you straight to seventh heaven.

Andaz Toranomon Hills
1-23-4, Toranomon
105-0001 Tokyo

+81 (0)3 6830 1212

Rooms: from 73,000 JPY