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Aman Tokyo

The Aman is a well-known hotel brand around the world, and many Aman fans are keen to try out the hotel chain in whatever country they find themselves next. Aman Tokyo is located on the top 6 floors of the Otemachi Tower and offers panoramic views of Tokyo’s skyline, with 84 rooms and suites overlooking the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Bay.

Inspired by Japanese design tradition, with ikebana displays, washi paper and engawa platforms, the vast lobby, ryokan-style rooms and Aman Spa are all among the city’s largest. Aman Tokyo’s Rooms and Suites are lofty urban sanctuaries drawing design inspiration from traditional Japanese residences. High above the bustling city below, they blend wood, washi paper and stone with modern technology and sumptuous fabrics for a unique stay in Tokyo. Every room offers magnificent views including the Imperial Palace Gardens and Mt Fuji on the horizon on clearer days.

Aman Tokyo offers one of the widest selections of dining venues found in any of the city’s hotels. Open to guests and visitors with reservations, Aman Tokyo’s four restaurants showcase culinary traditions from around the world, ranging from the rustic Italian simplicity of Arva to chef Musashi’s masterful Edomae sushi.

This is a sleek, ultra-modern hotel with an elegantly simple design. The rooms are stunning in their use of beautiful wood and have incredible views over the city below. I liked the range of facilities available, including a spa with eight treatment rooms - one of which is a couple's treatment room - a sauna, and a swimming pool with day beds around the edge, offering views over the Tokyo skyline. Private yoga and pilates lessons are available on request in the two studio rooms. This hotel is ideal for anyone looking for a sophisticated, trendy retreat in Tokyo

Reviewed by Robin