Business Traveller (India)

WHERE TO STAY

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AMAN TOKYO

Aman Tokyo has rooms inspired by traditiona­l Japanese residences. They feature a blend of wood, washi paper and stone, with modern technology and opulent upholstery. It has a total of 84 guestrooms and suites. Each of them has a large furo — a deep soaking tub traditiona­l to the Japanese ritual of bathing. The Lounge by Aman is inspired by traditiona­l shoji paper lanterns. Unwind with a martini, infused with local ingredient­s and Japanese mojitos here. Arva at Aman Tokyo celebrates Italy’s rich culinary heritage. aman.com

IMPERIAL HOTEL

Just like its name, Imperial Hotel is all about regal hospitalit­y. It is situated in a verdant part of Tokyo in Chiyoda. The rooms are a blend of Japanese elements with classic European elegance. Japanese culture and its finesse is visible throughout the decor and excellent service standards. In addition to a host of lounges, bars and speciality Japanese restaurant­s, the property boasts some premium dining options like Les Saisons, a French gastronomi­c restaurant and Peking for Chinese cuisine. imperialho­tel.co.jp

GRAND HYATT TOKYO

This Hyatt hotel situated in Roppongi has modern architectu­re blended with natural woods and fabrics that resemble a traditiona­l Japanese residence. All the rooms feature a large work desk, a portable speaker and a touch panel to control lighting. With 16 event spaces and six meeting rooms, Grand Hyatt Tokyo boasts an elaborate MICE offering. Enjoy a multi-course kaiseki at the Japanese eatery Shunbou, relish the sushi-speciality restaurant Roku Roku or grab a steak at The Oak Door, a modern steakhouse. tokyo.grand.hyatt.com

PARK HYATT TOKYO

Located in the Shinjuku district, Park Hyatt Tokyo has a total of 177 guestrooms. The room decor features intricate woodwork, hand-tufted carpets and natural-fibre woven wall coverings. Baths are equipped with AESOP body and hair care products. The Peak Lounge on the 41st floor is set amidst a garden and lit with more than 50 washi paper lanterns — an ideal location to relax. The property has a fully-equipped business centre, two boardrooms, a ballroom and the Venetian (meeting) Room. hyatt.com

MANDARIN ORIENTAL TOKYO

Nestled in Chuo City, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo has a total of 157 guestrooms and 22 suites that embody Japanese decor and design, with stunning views of the Tokyo Sky Tree and Mount Fuji. The accommodat­ion features marble bathrooms equipped with Bottega Veneta amenities and bath salts. The Mandarin Bar is ideal for a relaxing sundowner with stunning decor and live Jazz music. Its Michelin-star restaurant, Tapas Molecular Bar, presents a premium dining experience that explores innovative molecular cuisine. mandarinor­iental.com

THE TOKYO STATION HOTEL

This heritage hotel is part of the main station complex in Tokyo (as the name suggests). Its grandiose architectu­re remains intact. This property is ideal for a discerning luxury traveller who enjoys classic hospitalit­y and old-world charm. Its rooms and suites are decorated in classic European style and packed with contempora­ry amenities. The Blanc Rouge restaurant is a fabulous place to enjoy a classic French gastronomi­cal experience. Grand business meetings can be conducted in the Phoenix room. thetokyost­ationhotel.jp

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