The hotel has set a new benchmark in conference technology in Japan. The ballroom is fitted with 36 projectors enabling 360 degree projection of photo images and computer graphics; this is the first installation of its kind in Japan. The air-conditioned property features 178 guest rooms as well as a lobby, lift access, a breakfast/dining room, a laundry service (for a fee) and a car park (for a fee).
The hotel is close to the Imperial Palace and the renowned Ginza entertainment and shopping district. The hotel is an approximately 40 minutes' drive from Haneda Airport and is accessible from Narita International Airport through a variety of means, for example, a limousine or car service is available (the hotel can assist in making arrangements) and by taxi, the ride takes anywhere from one to one and a half hours.
The futuristic luxury of the interiors illustrates the hotel's defining style: extreme comfort that reflects the country's characteristics. Thus, the specially created fabrics and textiles capture the Japanese reverence for nature. Plus, the entertainment and communication technology is of the highest specifications including a wide screen LCD television with satellite/cable channels, wireless Internet access and the most sophisticated audio-visual equipment available. Further standard amenities in the rooms include a double bed, direct dial telephone, air conditioning and central heating.
Within the hotel guests will find a state-of-the-art gym where they can cycle through the sky-view 38 floors above the city (for a fee). Alternatively, the spa in the sky is a heavenly retreat, offering complete serenity.
The hotel's contemporary French restaurant has earned a coveted Michelin star, making this one of the finest gourmet experiences in Tokyo. Breakfast is served each morning and lunch and dinner are offered from set menus.
American Express, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.
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