We stayed at the Four Seasons Hotel in Tokyo for six nights in July 2014. This hotel is in my opinon about as good as a hotel can be expected to be. We were met by a very nice and helpful receptionist, Rikky, who took good time to show us around the hotel facilities and helped us get installed in our room. The staff were always very friendly and polite, and they all seemed eager to help. And they spoke english, and that is not a given in Japan yet. The room was a standard room, but there was not anything standard about it. A great, very comfortable king size bed, a spaceous room - space is expensive in Tokyo - with all you can possibly need. Nice, modern, light and expensive furniture, a big flat screen tv with blueray player and surround system. Lots of tv channels in different languages and a film library to choose from + possibilities to connect your own equipment via bluetooth or cable - a selection of connectors were supplied, 24 hour room service (a little bit expensive though), Bose sound system with music and radio, electric operation of room lighting, curtains and blends from both bedsides, dimmers on the lights etc. The room also proved to be very quiet. The bathroom was also first class with a big tub in the middle and separat shower and toilet rooms plus a big counter with sink, all in beautiful stone and glass, The toilet seat was heated, and had all the gadgetry you expect in Japan. The spacious bath was equiped with nice bath robes, toothbrushes, shaving equipment, hair dryer, magnifying shaving mirror with lights and a good selection of very thick and nice towels etc. In the hallway there was a minibar filled with good stuff, wine, beer, liquors, fruit juices, water plus more. Next to it a cupboard with crackers, nuts, chocolate, chips, a high quality whisky selection, coffee, tea, a Nespresso machine and a good selection of high quality glassware from Schott Zwiesel. The hallway also had a large clothing cabinet with lights and things you may need, like a large brush, slippers, shoehorn etc. It also featured a large floor to roof mirror that was possble to hide for those who doesn't want to see themselves ;-) The hotel has a very nice bar with a quiet and comfortable lounge and a very nice restaurant with a great view of the surrounding area. The service there was also great. Furter more the hotel has a spa, but we never had a chance to try it. There is also a small gift shop. Then there is the location! This hotel is located about as centrally in Tokyo as it is possible to get. It is right next to Tokyo Station in Maranouchi, next to the Emperors park and with Ginza with it's 6000+ restaurants on the other side. Just outside the hotel there was a staircase that led down to the underground station area with access to the subway and the Shinkansen and other trains, e.g. the Narita Express plus what must have been 100+ restaurants and shops. Luxury food stores, all sorts of restaurants and all very clean and nice. We had a great stay and would love to come back. Tokyo is also the cleanest city we have ever been to, we saw no drunks, beggars etc. neither and we always felt very safe. To top it all of, Tokyo didn't at all turn out to be as expensive as we had expected. Coming from redicuously expensive Norway it actually felt cheap. Highly recommended!!!
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- Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo At Marunouchi Japan
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