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This ho­tel is a celebrity favourite for its dis­creet en­trance and im­pec­ca­ble ser­vice and you’ll fifind your­self co­cooned in gilded lux­ury high above Rop­pongi, the tech hub and pop­u­lar arts, em­bassy and nightlife dis­trict. Ask for a west-fac­ing room to see Mount Fuji or opt for a Mod­ern Japanese Suite, which com­bines clas­sic tatami flfloors and slid­ing pa­per screens with com­fort­able king beds. A sleep-en­hanc­ing mas­sage will take care of lin­ger­ing jet lag. ↓ Busi­ness fa­cil­i­ties Club Level gue­strooms in­clude a com­pli­men­tary press­ing ser­vice to get you ready for meet­ings and the mul­ti­lin­gual concierges can han­dle any­thing. Aside from the usual sec­re­tar­ial ser­vices, at­trac­tive meet­ing rooms and doc­u­ment trans­la­tion ser­vice, the ho­tel of­fers Vol­unTeam­ing for com­pa­nies that want to en­hance team-build­ing through mean­ing­ful vol­un­teer work. Wi-fi Fast and free through­out. Food and wine Hi­nok­izaka, just off the main lobby, has sweep­ing views to­wards Shin­juku from the sushi counter and a se­ries of pri­vate rooms for en­ter­tain­ing clients. Try some of the light­est, crispi­est tem­pura in Tokyo or or­der a set kaiseki course of del­i­cate sea­sonal dishes. Fit­ness and well­be­ing There’s a small but upto-date 24-hour fit­ness cen­tre and a 20-me­tre pool and sauna on the 46th floor. If you leave your gym gear at home, you can rent ev­ery­thing from swimwear to run­ning shoes. Run route Mid­town Gar­den and the ad­join­ing Hi­no­ki­cho Park, just be­hind the ho­tel, is an easy two-kilo­me­tre cir­cuit fea­tur­ing an or­na­men­tal pond and pos­si­bly the world’s small­est bas­ket­ball court.

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