Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi has only 57 rooms, making it a boutique hotel among all Four Seasons hotels worldwide.
The ”Deluxe Rooms” have a space of 45 square meters, with a beige and light gray interior, soft lighting, and a lowkey and warm atmosphere. I was particularly impressed by the quality of the mattress, which was just the right balance of soft and firm, allowing me to quickly fall asleep. In addition, the bath products provided in the bathroom are from the wellknown French fragrance brand ”Diptyque”. Even though I had only used them once, Housekeeping immediately replenished them the next day, making me feel really cared for.
The modernstyle executive suites have a simple and spacious living room, with welldesigned furniture and computer connections, making it very suitable for business guests to work. The room is neat and comfortable, and the view outside the window is the landmark buildings of Ginza, creating a strong urban atmosphere.
The presidential suite is located on the 6th floor of the hotel, with a large and bright room with windows on both sides, providing a broad view of Tokyo‘s transportation hub.
Looking down at the various colors of the Shinkansen platforms in front of the hotel, the different styles of trains, and the complex and intersecting tracks, it feels really special. This is a constantly evolving urban life scenery, a historical trend of industrial technology driving the development of modern society, and a vivid picture of human survival and struggle. We are all a part of it.
What‘s important is that even though the hotel is so close to the train station, the rooms are very quiet, allowing guests to experience the vibrant city without any noise or strong light interference.