At first glance, this massive city of fourteen million people might not seem like a romantic destination. But Tokyo, like all big, chaotic cities, has a quiet, intimate side that lies just below its frenetic surface. Beyond the jam-packed commuter trains, hectic traffic, and jostling crowds of “salary men”, visitors will find a world of tradition, respect and refinement. For the Japanese, the perfect placement of everyday things provides a counterpoint to the chaos of city life, and this care and attention to detail will extend right down to the elaborate luxury you’ll find in the room of your boutique hotel.
Tokyo is a city where you and you partner can discover an entirely new mix of experiences. You can paddle a canoe through a cascade of blossom petals on a moat beside the Imperial Palace, or stay out late under a cascade of neon pollen in the Ginza. In the Kurand Saki Market you can discover new tastes in sake; and after dark you can feast in the tiny backstreet eateries of the Gado-shita (literally “below the girder”) where yakitori joints sit side by side with beer halls beneath the elevated tracks of Yurakucho Station. And when the noise of the city becomes too much, your hotel room will be your own private Shinto temple, where you can contemplate your next move out in the Tokyo bustle.
With easy access to public transport, Hotel Allamanda Aoyama offers elegant, intimate accommodation close to central Tokyo. Guests at this […]
The New Otani combines classic luxury with modern comforts at its location close to the Imperial Palace. This 5-star boutique […]