The New Otani is surrounded by one of Tokyo’s noted Japanese-style gardens that features a waterfall within its grounds. The garden boasts over 400 years of history, has been painstakingly maintained and exhibits different but equally enjoyable scenery each season. The hotel is continuously being praised by customers for its environmental friendliness through its ‘Hybrid Hotel Project’, aiming to bring about a higher level of service through the ideology that ‘creating environmentally friendly amenities is inherent to the genuine comfort of guests’. By way of a major restoration, the hotel has upgraded its earthquake safety, installed an improved climate control system, and amongst other distinctions has cut its CO2 emissions to offer an eco-friendly level of service. In addition it has many green features like a roof garden, a water recycling plant, a composting plant, and local organic produce.
While Hotel New Otani contains nearly every amenity a traveler could need, its focal point is the 400-year-old traditional Japanese garden, once home to samurai lord Kiyomasa Kato (1562-1611), and also owned by a shogunate of the Edo period during its extensive history. Comprising 10 acres, including a moat, it is scattered with trees, a koi fish pond, winding pathways, Christian chapel, and even a waterfall.
The Standard Room is convenient and comfortable for business or leisure. The guestroom can accommodate up to 3 persons with an extra bed and adjoining rooms are popular amongst families.
The Standard Room is a spacious guestroom with superb view. The view showcases the gorgeous Japanese gardens and the skyscrapers offer a moment of peace and relaxation.
With 34 restaurants and bars located throughout its three buildings, the Hotel New Otani caters to nearly every palate. Restaurants reflecting cuisine styles such as Japanse, Chinese, and Western. Additionally the hotel offer many cafés and bars options.
La Tour D’Argent - Locally renowned authentic French restaurant, the second of its kind in Tokyo. Opulent décor and fine-dining atmosphere generated by crystal chandeliers, fine china and linens, solid marble display table, and display of antique French dishes and glasses. Overlooks Japanese garden. Specializes in duck. Extensive wine cellar. Serves dinner only. Reservations and formal attire required. Closed on Monday
From its 100-store fashion plaza to its 34 conference/event rooms, the New Otani has it covered. Shopping, business, dining, recreational, and event needs are all addressed without guests ever having to leave the hotel complex. An outdoor pool, located in the Japanese garden, is one of the largest in Tokyo, and one of two in the hotel. Dining venues include everything from simple coffee shops to fine French cuisine.
(Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto)
Konnichiwa! From age-old tea ceremonies, samurai legends, sumo lessons, kimono clad geishas, century old bonsai trees, spiritual shrines and woodblock art to suited business men, futuristic skyscrapers, quirky theme restaurants and Harajuku clad teens, this adventure is packed with so many Japanese cultural adventures from past, present and future, it’s guaranteed to be the stuff family legends are made of.
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