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Marunouchi Hotel

1–6–3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0005, Japan

Marunouchi Hotel is a conveniently located property connected directly to the ever-bustling Tokyo Station. Inside, guests will find modern Japanese design and service that embodies omotenashi (Japanese hospitality where the guest always comes first). In addition to the hospitality, there are great restaurants, a stellar cigar bar, and even a reflexology salon. Convenient and comfortable, Marunouchi is a great option for travelers on the go.


Tasteful, modern rooms have green carpets and views of Tokyo Station below. All rooms come equipped with Handy devices (a portable Wi-Fi gadget that gives you internet access anywhere in Tokyo in addition to free international phone calls). Light wood furnishings and sleek Japanese design can be found throughout. Each room comes with free water, coffee, and tea.


Bathrooms are stocked with Shiseido products and typically have shower tub combos and Toto washlet toilets. The tubs are big enough for long soaks after long days.


The stylish lobby is awash in modern wood slats and hardwood floors. The 7th floor area is home to restaurants and the bar in addition to the connecting point for the Marunouchi Oazo building next door which has dozens of shops and restaurants.


For achy feet and backs there’s a reflexology salon that boasts "British style" (we’re not sure what that means). The salon is open from 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. and has treatments for feet, body and also facial services.


Open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. the micro-gym has a few cardio machines and yoga mats.


There are a few great dining outlets in the hotel. Pomme d’Adam is the signature restaurant serving French cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and also has a seasonally changing afternoon tea. For more traditional Japanese meals, there’s a kaiseki spot and teppanyaki joint serving sumptuous wagyu beef.


Le Connaisseur is the main bar and is known for its cigar collection. Here you’ll find 120 different cigar types including a variety of Cubans. The excellent ventilation system will help you walk away without smelling like an ashtray.


Getting Around

Considering that you’re connected to Tokyo Station, getting around the city via subway is ideal. This area is also very walkable as you’re only minutes from major shopping areas, impressive attractions, and dozens of excellent restaurants and bars.


At the off chance you’re tired of Japanese food, head over to the Aman Hotel (3-minute walk) where you’ll find Arva, an Italian restaurant that might just blow you away. If you’re not tired of Japanese food, inside Tokyo Station are two incredible areas – Ramen Street and Kitchen Street (3-minute walk). You can’t go wrong with dozens of options serving up every type of Japanese (and western) cuisine possible.


Whiskey fanatics should take the opportunity to check out Bar Oak (3-minute walk) inside the Tokyo Station Hotel. For something a little less refined, head into Tokyo Station and make your way to Yebisu Bar (4-minute walk) for cheap beer and meats on sticks.


Modern, clean, and a commitment to service, Marunouchi is a friendly face in an often chaotic city. Inside the hotel, you’ll find sleek Japanese design, a few incredible restaurants, and an outstanding cigar bar. The gym is small and there’s no pool, but location-wise it would be hard to beat. Minutes away is Tokyo Station and in the surrounding area you have endless bar, restaurant, and shopping options.


204 rooms, 1 suite
Breakfast Yes
Lunch Yes
Dinner Yes
Bar Yes
Cafe Yes
Room Service Yes
Parking Lot


Phones: 03-3217–1111

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