ANA InterContinental Tokyo (ANA) 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.
Heart of the Metropolis
Comfort, class, and excitement all rolled up into one cosmopolitan package, the ANA epitomizes the vibrancy and class of 21st-century Tokyo. Located just minutes from Roppongi area and all of its world-renowned art museums and nightlife, and the fashionable Akasaka neighborhood with its galleries and high-end boutiques, the Intercontinental is a rare oasis of tranquility in this bustling city of sound and light. The impeccable service and elegant rooms are treats, and with the exception of the spectacular city views, three Michelin starred Chef Pierre Gagnaire's French restaurant on the 36th floor will make you believes you're in Paris.
- Address: 1–12–33 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0052 | Map It
- Phone: 03/3505–1111
- Website: www.anaintercontinental-tokyo.jp
- Subway: Ginza and Namboku subway lines, Tameike-Sanno Station (Exit 13); Namboku subway line, Roppongi-itchome Station (Exit 3)
- Location: Akasaka
- 801 rooms, 43 suites
- Rate includes no meals.
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