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You can't be any more centrally located than at the ANA InterContinental Tokyo in Ark Hills.
Kasumigaseki, the seat of the government and Toranomon, home to many embassies and businesses is just minutes away from our front door.
There is also much to see and do in Akasaka with its museums, galleries and clubs, and in Roppongi, where Tokyo goes out at night.
No doubt about it, theANA InterContinental Tokyo is located at the center of excitement.
90 minutes by car from Narita International Airport ;
30 minutes by car from Haneda Airport;
one-minute walk from the subway Exit 13 at Tameike-sanno Station.
Upscale business-district hotel with sky-high dining
Near Tokyo TowerLocated in Ark Hills, a modern business hub, this high-rise hotel is 1 block from Suntory Hall and the Mori Building. Tokyo Tower is 1 km (0.6 mi) away. Two subway stations are within a 1-minute walk.
Spectacular viewsOn the 36th floor, the Pierre Gagnaire Tokyo restaurant showcases French cuisine, complemented by dazzling city views. Other highlights include a seasonal outdoor pool, a luxury spa, and a shopping arcade.
LCD televisionsANA InterContinental Tokyo's guestrooms feature high-speed wireless Internet access (surcharge), premium bedding, and LCD TVs with international channels. Rooms also offer minibars, in-room safes, slippers, and bidets. Complimentary infant beds/cots are available.
InterContinental ANA Tokyo
At your hotel
- 24-hour front desk
- Total number of rooms - 844
- Number of floors - 37
- Business center
- Coffee shop or café
- Complimentary newspapers in lobby
- Conference space
- Dry cleaning/laundry service
- Express check-in
Stay connectedAvailable in all rooms: Wireless Internet access (surcharge)
In your room
- Climate control
- Air conditioning
- Complimentary newspaper
- Coffee/tea maker
- Daily housekeeping
- Hair dryer
Eat and drinkHighlights include:Pierre Gagnaire Tokyo - Created by Pierre Gagnaire, one of the world's most honored chefs. Contemporary French cuisine. On 36th floor, with views of Tokyo Tower and the metropolis. Lunch and dinner. Closed Mondays.Teppanyaki Akasaka - Teppanyaki, featuring Kobe beef, seasonal seafood, fresh vegetables. On 37th floor, overlooking the city. Lunch and dinner.Cascade Café - Breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets. Pizza, salad bar, beef dishes, seafood, desserts. Open early morning till midnight.The Steakhouse - Fine steaks from around the world. Fresh seafood. Seasonal menus. Lunch and dinner.Da Vinci - Main bar. Italian Renaissance theme. Open evenings.Room service is available 24 hours a day.
RelaxThe Luonto Esthetic Salon offers Japanese and Finnish spa treatments, as well as balneotherapy and nail care. Treatment highlights include:
- Japanese facial using matcha green tea products
- Facials using organic flower oils from Finland
- Finnish sauna
- Milk bath and lake clay balneotherapy
The fine print for InterContinental ANA Tokyo
When you arriveCheck-in time starts at 3 PM
Special check-in instructions:
On January 6th, 2014, due to a scheduled local governmental inspection, the hotel will experience a disruption in electricity supply from 12:30 AM-4:30 AM. Elevators, lighting, and air conditioning will not be operable during this time. Likewise, Internet service will be unavailable between 12:00 AM and 5:00 AM.
When you leaveCheck-out time is noon
You need to knowExtra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
FeesUnless otherwise indicated, the charges below are not included in the overall room price. If not included in the overall room price, they will be charged by the property at check-in or check-out. Charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book. This property told us they will charge you for the following:
We have included all charges provided to us by the property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.
- A tax is imposed by the city: JPY 200 per person, per night
We should mentionThe Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.