I stayed at the Hyatt Andaz for 4 nights. The hotel is very modern and comfortable. The rooms were decent sized by Tokyo standards and well stocked. I would highly recommend this hotel especially for business trips
Went for business and a bit of leisure. Great views, great service, great facility. Rooftop bar is terrific. Live music was a nice touch. Great location. Good gym. Great pool. I am sensitive to carpeting, and the hotel rooms do have carpeting, but most hotels do.
We pay for hospitality and comfy rather than fanciness. There are some hotels in resemble price zone in Tokyo. Some of them is fancier or more fabulous. But here, we can pay for hospitality and warmness of hotel. I stay here over 14days but every time feel comfortable rather than excitement. That’s very great for ppl as biz trip or 2-3ppl travel.
Amazing facility, top of the pack in every way. The staff went out of the way to accommodate our needs for the Business Meeting. We had very senior leaders in town and they were super happy with the set up and options we were given. Very close to the Emperors Palace so some great walks available. The gym is FANTASTIC
The Andaz was among the nicest places I've stayed in the past ten years. Beautiful room with fabulous views, accommodating team, great food, and centrally located. From the excellent night's sleep in an extremely comfortable bed, to delicious breakfast, to ending our working evenings with a cocktail at the rooftop bar, everything was impeccable. The team even left a last night treat in my room.
This hotel was everything and much more than expected. My room was outstanding and the staff couldn't have been nicer. The amenities are top notch. I have stayed at other 5-star hotels but this one is a step above the others.
It's located near Shimbashi station about a 10 minute walk or next to Toranomon station on the Ginza line. It's part of the Toranomon Hills Mori Tower skyscrapper complex so there's no grand entrance or anything like that but it does have its own little door entering from the street. After entering the building, there's the pastry shop and a casual dining cafe which both belong to Andaz so you can charge the costs back to your room. Going past the shops will lead you to the little area with the elevators that take you straight up to level 51 lobby for check-in. From 51, you take the elevators next to the lounge area down. I got a twin with bay view and the room is quite big for Japanese standards. You get a little changing area as soon as you enter the room which connects to the bathroom. Toilet is separate to the bath but it's a see through glass door into the bath so unless you're close, friends would have to wait to use the toilet if staying together. The hotel is not short of places to eat although due to COVID, some places are closed or have shorten hours. It's best you check the hotel website for further details. Being located near Shimbashi though, there's plenty of places to eat if you want to try more local cuisines. I had a lunch menu at the restaurant on the ground floor where it's casual dining serving burgers. It was good and very reasonably priced at 2500 yen including salad, burger, fries and dessert. Breakfast is at the restaurant next to the lounge / check-in area and is buffet style plus one dish you can order off the menu. Finally, having a sweet tooth, had to try the pastry shop downstairs and it did not disappoint. It's a relatively small shop though, maybe enough seats for 20 people so if you prefer to stay away from people during these times, you can buy it as takeaway. If you really want value though, I wouldn't recommend the coffee as there's a Starbucks next door and the coffee here was over 800 yen and so a bit expensive for what it is.…
good view, cozy area and brilliant breakfast. roof top bar's BGM was noisy a little however beverage quality was very high. I think that restaurant is better than the bar. if your main purpose is staying in hotel, Andaz is one of the best hotel in Tokyo.
After spent 6 days in the government’s account quarantine hotel, Andaz Tokyo gave me my life back. The staff is all friendly and the services were professional. Even though their main breakfast restaurant was closed for the latter half of my stay, their breakfast is still served as the top class in one of ball rooms. The cleaning service was carried both in the morning and in the evening which I did not expect during the pandemic time. If the quarantine restriction is lifted, this is the hotel visitors should stay for their stay in Japan.
Classy , not tacky modern design…. amazing views… unbeatable bedding/linens… spacious room was like new with wood everywhere even the spacious sink countertop. Excellent lobby bar with first class service and piano/bass jazz duo who kindly played my request for a Lyle Mays song. Very good complimentary canapé and wine service in the lounge. High quality 3-lane pool and spa area. Overall. of course somewhat expensive (not by NYC standard though..), but very much worth it.