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Many locations in the hotel have a view of its beautiful garden

A relaxing luxury hotel surrounded by a beautiful, elegant Japanese garden

The Hotel New Otani is a luxury hotel with three buildings, The Main, Garden Tower, and Garden Court. The hotel has a variety of facilities including restaurants, cafes, a salon, a health clinic, as well as plenty of shopping opportunities. This a luxurious and hospitable space feels like a private city of its own, full of unique opportunities for premium relaxation.

A luxury floor embodying the spirit of Zen

A standard twin guest room in The Main

There are 1479 guest rooms in The Main and Garden Tower. All guest rooms in The Main feature floor-to-ceiling full height windows that offer guests the chance to enjoy dynamic views. On the 11th and 12th floors of The Main are superbly relaxing and convenient “Executive House Zen” guest rooms. These guest rooms feature décor based on the theme of ‘wabi sabi,’or beauty through imperfection. Using natural materials such as traditional Japanese washi paper and a color scheme drawing on the dominant colors of the Edo Era, black, gold and purple, the interior décor of these guest rooms creates a unique and expansive space.

The rotating lounge offers a 360-degree panoramic view

The hotel has 18 directly managed restaurants. Of these, particularly popular is “VIEW & DINING THE Sky” which was opened so that visitors to Japan coming for the Olympics could enjoy views of Mount Fuji, the pride of Japan, from Tokyo. Using unique construction techniques, the restaurant makes a complete 360-degree rotation every 70 minutes. At the central open kitchen, diners can watch chefs prepare the freshest cuisine, and can enjoy a buffet of Japanese, Western, and Chinese dishes, "teppanyaki" grilled dishes, sushi, and sweets. At another recommended restaurant, the Garden Lounge, guests can enjoy a close-up view of the hotel’s Japanese garden.

There is also an interior bar and lounge

Sweets made with premium quality ingredients and masterful technique

At Patisserie Satsuki, guests can enjoy sweets crafted by Chef Patissier Nakajima. Takeout sweets are also available.

Enjoying sweets created by Chef Patissier Shinsuke Nakajima is a must-do for anyone who visits the Hotel New Otani. His creations are made with the highest quality ingredients and are not only beautiful to look at, but also offer happiness on first bite. The Super Series, which upturns commonly held ideas about patisserie, is particularly recommended. Particularly famous is the “Extra Super Amaou Shortcake,” a premium cake only offered during the harvest season for Hakata Amaou strawberries, and which has become Chef Nakajima’s extremely popular signature creation. This treat is available at the coffee shop,“ Patisserie SATSUKI.”


The hotel illuminates its garden in harmony with the four seasons

Special Features

The hotel began illuminating its Japanese garden in 2014, to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Renowned Japanese lighting designer Motoko Ishii oversaw the garden illumination, which conveys through fairytale lighting the heart of omotenashi Japanese hospitality. Guests are encouraged to enjoy a stroll through the illuminated garden in the pleasant evening wind.

Money and payments: The hotel accepts foreign-issued credit cards, offers currency exchange services, and has a nearby ATM that accepts foreign cards.

Internet access: The hotel provides free Wi-Fi and LAN internet access for overnight guests.

Security and Valuables: Guest rooms are equipped with safes, and guests may also leave valuables at the front desk for safekeeping.

Laundry: The hotel offers laundry service.

Language support: Hotel staff speak English, and all restaurants have English menus.

Non-smoking rooms: The hotel lobby is non-smoking, and non-smoking rooms are available.

Hotel information

Hotel New Otani

Address:4-1 Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-ku Postal code:102-8578

A three-minute walk from the Exit D (Kioi-cho) of Akasaka Mitsuke station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Marunouchi lines, and a three-minute walk from Exit 7 of Nagata-cho station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon line.

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