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This luxe property blends the Four Seasons' international reputation for stellar service with the intimacy of a boutique hotel.
The artistic use of materials enhance the personalized atmosphere of the Four Seasons Hotel at Marunouchi. Slate hot spring baths (as well as products by Japanese designer Kenzo) are highlights at the spa, while the 57 guest rooms and suites showcase white sycamore, Macassar ebony, lacquered doors, contemporary leather bed canopies and art that ranges from tranquil watercolors of birch trees to bamboo sculptures framed in gold leaf. Amenities are as appealing as the aesthetics: 3D TVs, Bluetooth function and deep soaking tubs. For the ultimate in indulgence, the Chairman's Suite boasts a dining area for up to ten, mother-of-pearl armoires and an egg-shaped bathtub overlooking Tokyo Station. (Triple-paned windows cut the noise is rooms across from the station.)
MOTIF Restaurant & Bar serves farm-to-table French cuisine; The Social Salon (the main dining area) is open to guests ages four and up. For casual lunch, The Living Room serves small bites and a signature Wagyu burger, as well as wine, beer and cocktails. The Spa is an intimate space with two private treatment rooms, a steam sauna and a traditional onsen (hot spring) bath. Spa Rituals are a highlight and combine a variety of different therapies. Boutique meetings can be accommodated in three function spaces. Young guests enjoy a welcome amenity and complimentary bedtime snack and milk.