The vast surfaces of gray-flecked white marble that dominate the Nikko's neoclassical lobby have the starkness of an airport, but the crisply designed rooms, in muted tones and with Bluetooth-enabled headboards, flat-screen TVs, and modern bathrooms with sinks atop granite bases, please the business-traveler clientele. The rates for some higher-end rooms include breakfast. The 10,000-square-foot Club Nikko fitness facility has his-and-hers dry saunas and steam rooms, and
a glass-enclosed, 16-meter rooftop pool and a whirlpool. Back down on the lobby level, the Kanpai cabaret theater is a venue for nostalgia acts. Anzu, the hotel's restaurant, serves California-Japanese cuisine.