Fodor's Expert Review Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

1–11–1 Marunouchi, Tokyo, Tokyo-to, 100-6277, Japan Fodor's Choice

A departure from the typical grand scale of most Four Seasons properties, the Marunouchi branch, set within the glistening Pacific Century Place, has the feel of a boutique hotel. The muted beige-and-bronze reception area—where a very friendly greeting awaits all guests—resembles a comfortable private club, with deep-pile carpets, plush brocade sofas, and sumptuous armchairs. Chic black-lacquered doors lead to spacious guest rooms, where oversize brown-leather headboards dominate the entire bedroom wall and part of the ceiling. Design really matters here—but so does high-tech luxury, like the 3-D Blu-ray TV and surround-sound system. The concierge is possibly the best in the city: don't be surprised if you are accompanied to the train station upon departure.


  • convenient airport access
  • small number of rooms lends the hotel a boutique feel
  • helpful, English-speaking staff


  • high-priced
  • the only views are those of nearby Tokyo Station
  • trains are audible from some rooms




Phones: 03-5222–7222


57 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals