ANA InterContinental Tokyo




In 2007 owners All Nippon Airways joined forces with the InterContinental chain and rebranded this 37-storey hotel. Its airy lobby has been redone in gleaming marble and cherry wood, with the modern space broken up by cascading waterfalls and artworks. Spacious, well-equipped rooms have all been recently renovated. The hotel provides stunning views on a clear day – you can see Mt Fuji from Japan's largest club lounge on the 35th floor.

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1-12-33 Akasaka, Minato-ku

Transport Tameike-Sanno station (Ginza, Nanboku lines), exit 13.

Telephone 03 3505 1111

Admission Rates approximately 33,000JPY and up (single, twin and double)


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