Hotel New Otani Tokyo

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The New Otani sprawls like a mini metropolis over a vast area ten minutes’ walk west of the Imperial Palace. From the outside, the building bears the unattractive hallmarks of its 1969 construction, but inside, the dim lighting and spacious foyers produce the feeling of a luxury cruise ship. To the rear of the hotel is a beautifully laid-out and tended Japanese garden. Within the garden stand several of the hotel’s numerous restaurants, which include the only branch of the legendary Parisian eaterie La Tour d’Argent. Capacity was increased in 1979 by the addition of a 40-storey tower block.

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Look out over the New Otani's gorgeous Japanese garden while warming up with some hot soup – ...

Sun Feb 1 - Tue Mar 31, 2015

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Address
4-1 Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Transport Akasaka-Mitsuke station (Ginza, Marunouchi lines), exit D or Nagatacho station (Hanzomon, Nanboku, Yurakucho lines), exit 7.

Telephone 03 3265 1111

Admission Rates ¥29,000-¥52,000 single; ¥34,000-¥57,000 double; ¥80,000-¥850,000 suite. Japanese ¥55,000-¥74,000.

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