In the bustling heart of Tokyo’s Toranomon Hills global business district, a new landmark has risen: Hotel Toranomon Hills, the latest addition to The Unbound Collection by Hyatt. This exquisite property, nestled within the Toranomon Hills Station Tower, embodies a blend of leisure and business, offering a sanctuary for travellers seeking both comfort and convenience amidst the city’s vibrant urban landscape.
The inauguration of Hotel Toranomon Hills marks a significant milestone for Hyatt Hotels Corporation, being the first of its kind under The Unbound Collection in Tokyo. The location is strategic, set within the transformative and dynamic environment of Toranomon Hills, an integrated development helmed by Mori Building Co., Ltd. This hotel is more than just a place to stay; it’s an urban launchpad where rest, work, and socializing seamlessly intertwine, designed to cater to the needs of today’s cosmopolitan travelers and professionals.
Hotel Toranomon Hills is strategically positioned at the crossroads of Tokyo’s international hub, offering easy access to key locations like Ginza and Roppongi. It caters to the growing trend of ‘bleisure travel’, blending business with leisure. The hotel’s proximity to significant landmarks, including the Imperial Palace and Haneda International Airport, adds to its allure for travellers.
The hotel showcases the Japanese debut of Space Copenhagen, a renowned Danish design studio. The interiors are a masterful blend of Danish and Japanese aesthetics, offering minimalist yet comfortable spaces ideal for unwinding, working, or socializing. Guests can choose from 205 stylish rooms and suites, each offering captivating city views, including the iconic Tokyo Tower. Emphasizing comfort and luxury, the rooms are equipped with NEMOHAMO organic bath amenities and a built-in purified-water hydration station. The suites, including the spacious Toranomon Suite duplexes, feature Japanese-style hot tubs and flexible spaces for meetings, dining, and entertaining.
The Lounge at Hotel Toranomon Hills is a standout feature, a multi-functional space with breathtaking views of Tokyo’s skyline. This exclusive area is designed for both business and leisure, offering amenities such as showers, relaxation areas, and refreshments.
Le Pristine Tokyo, under the guidance of Michelin-starred chef Sergio Herman, marks a groundbreaking collaboration in the culinary world. Located at the street level of the Toranomon Hills Station Tower, the restaurant serves contemporary European cuisine with a cosmopolitan touch, blending Zeeland produce with Japanese ingredients. The café offers an array of delights, from Japanese seafood to signature tiramisu, in an ambience enriched with art and design by notable Dutch and Belgian artists.