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Tokyo Hotels

ANA InterContinental Tokyo (ANA)

  • ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Tora-no-mon

    ANA InterContinental Tokyo

  • ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Tora-no-mon

    ANA InterContinental Tokyo

  • ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Tora-no-mon

    ANA InterContinental Tokyo

  • ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Tora-no-mon

    ANA InterContinental Tokyo

  • ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Tora-no-mon

    ANA InterContinental Tokyo

  • ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Tora-no-mon

    ANA InterContinental Tokyo

  • ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Tora-no-mon

    ANA InterContinental Tokyo

Pros

  • Great concierge
  • Wonderful city views
  • Spacious lobby

Cons

  • There's a charge to use the in-room Internet
  • Room bathrooms are a bit small

Updated 08/13/2013

Fodor's Review

With a central location and modest pricing, the ANA is a great choice for the business traveler, and its ziggurat-atrium points to the heyday of the power-lunch: the mid-1980s. The reception floor, with its two-story waterfall fountain, is clad in enough marble to have depleted an Italian quarry. Guest rooms, nearly all of which have been renovated in the last few years, are stylish, if a little generic, with dark brown textiles accented with orange or royal blue pillows.

Standard rooms tend to be small, starting at a little over 70 square feet. The Club InterContinental Lounge, located on the 35th floor, offers superb views of the city and, on clear days, Mt. Fuji. On the floor above is the award-winning French restaurant Pierre Gagnaire, and on the third floor the Steakhouse serves grass-fed New Zealand beef and lamb.

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Hotel Award Winner | 2011

Hotel Information

Address:

1–12–33 Akasaka, Tokyo, 107-0052, Japan

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Phone:

03-3505–1111

Hotel Details:

  • 801 rooms, 43 suites
  • No meals

Updated 08/13/2013

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Jul 5, 2002

Money's Worth? Maybe...

Like many things in Japan, hotels rooms cost an arm and a leg. But for those who would like to splurge, the rooms at the ANA offer spectacular views of the Tokyo Tower. While the service is so-so and the actual rooms are cramped by American standards, the night view more than makes up for these minor complaints.

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