The Hotel Toranomon Hills, part of Hyatt's Unbound Collection, will open in late 2023 by the Toranomon Hills Station and across from Hyatt's existing Andaz Toranomon Hills, which is in the Toranomon Hills Mori Tower. Hyatt's Unbound Collection includes unique, story-worthy hotels around the world.
Hotel Toranomon Hills Location
The hotel's Toranomon Station location is a 20-45 minute drive from Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) and a 1-1.5 hour drive from Tokyo Narita (NRT) depending on traffic. Tokyo Station is a mere 10-15 minutes by train or an 8-10 minute drive. Hibiya Park is a 10 minute walk, the Imperial Palace is a 20 minute walk, and Ginza is a 20-25 minute walk.
Hotel Toranomon Hills Rooms and Amenities
The new luxury hotel will offer 205 rooms and suites on floors 11-14 of the tower, with interiors designed by Space Copenhagen, a top Danish design studio. Characterized by simplicity and extensive use of natural materials, rooms will blend Scandinavian and Japanese design and aesthetics.
The lounge will be the social heart of the hotel, located across the 11th and 12th floors, with an “active zone” with co-working stations, meeting rooms, and complimentary refreshments for productivity and collaboration alongside a relaxation zone and shower facilities for hotel guests who arrive early or have late departures. Also see How to Guarantee Hotel Early Check-In, Late Check-Out.
Two signature loft suites will combine restful accommodation and lounge amenities, serving as an alternative co-working space for brainstorming and social gatherings. Featuring a dining room, living room, bathroom and bedroom, these spacious and elegant suites can be configured to fit diverse occasions.
The hotel's dining options will include a signature restaurant, a café and bar on the first floor. The fine-casual restaurant will feature contemporary European cuisine accentuated with fresh produce from Zeeland, the Dutch homeland of chef-entrepreneur Sergio Herman (known for Oud Sluis, which earned 3 Michelin Stars, and The Jane in Antwerp, which earned him 2 Michelin Stars) and a region famous for exceptional seafood. As part of the ground-breaking collaboration between a Mori Building affiliate and Sergio Herman Group to introduce this innovative food and beverage experience, this will be the celebrity chef's first foray into Japan after a long and illustrious career in Europe.
The new hotel will be directly connected to Toranomon Hills Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya subway line, and the tower, in addition to the hotel, will include office space, restaurants, and a multifunctional complex on its top floors with galleries and studios, plus Vertical Garden City initiatives for greenery and biodiversity, including a rooftop garden, steeped gardens, flowing streams and even a swimming pool.
Once open, Hotel Toranomon Hills will mark the second hotel in Japan within The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand portfolio, joining Fuji Speedway Hotel in Shizuoaka, Japan, and is expected to join 35 hotels within The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand globally.
Hotel Toranomon Hills Hyatt Prive Benefits
The new hotel is expected to offer Hyatt Prive benefits. Unbound Collection properties require a 2 night minimum stay to enjoy these benefits, unlike Andaz, Park Hyatt, and Thompson Hotels, which have no minimum night requirement.
- Room upgrade (may be confirmed in advance, for non-peak dates)
- Welcome amenity
- Daily breakfast for two
- $100 hotel credit once per stay
- Late check-out subject (may be confirmed in advance, for non-peak dates)
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