Hotel New Otani Tokyo, "EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN"
Located on the 11th and 12th floors of a tower originally constructed to host visitors of the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, Hotel New Otani Tokyo, "EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN" is an exclusive enclave within a larger hotel complex. Its luxe interiors embody the essence of eastern serenity, featuring bamboo and washi paper touches, an Edo-era color scheme, Japanese tea sets, and city views. With acres of centuries-old serene gardens, the largest hotel pool in Tokyo, and award-winning restaurants that serve kaiseki and shabu-shabu — Hotel New Otani Tokyo, "EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN" is a prominent hotel of distinction.
- Choose from 87 serene guestrooms and suites, which feature Frette linens, Grohe rain showers, and scented bath oils
- Enjoy access to two hotel pools, a fitness center, tennis court, and driving range
- Pick from a vast range of dining options, including a Michelin-starred restaurant, soba bar, and yakitori joint
- Drappier Champagne, Pierre Hermé pastries, and other treats are served in the Executive Lounge
- Book a treatment in one of two spas, with an extensive range of treatments and in-room services
- Explore the waterfalls, bridges, and stone lanterns of the 10-acre Japanese garden
- At the Executive Lounge, abuffet-style food presentation is offered six times a day
A hotel-within-a-hotel, Hotel New Otani Tokyo, "EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN" exudes exclusivity, with the warm ginger ameyu welcome drink setting the tone. Wander out to the main hotel — as a guest you have access to all the facilities.
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At Hotel New Otani Tokyo, "EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN", all of the 87 guestrooms and suites have been elegantly designed to deliver luxurious comfort and tranquility. From the thoughtfully considered Japanese décor and measured Edo-era color scheme — hints of brown, gold, grey, and black — to the selection of Kyoto green and roasted teas, the spaces calm and restore. Sample the luxe bath products, which include detoxifying Japanese charcoal soap and soothing bath oils — and slip on a plush, Supima cotton bathrobe and retreat to your bed with linens by Frette.
The guestrooms and suites offer access to the exclusive Executive Lounge, where complimentary breakfast is served, and drinks and snacks are available throughout the day. Guest services can be reached by a button on your in-room phone; smartphone rentals are free of charge. Guests also get complimentary access to a members-only sports club and a shuttle bus service to business districts during the weekdays.
Complimentary breakfast, drinks and snacks are available at the Executive Lounge, while there’s a diverse array of dining options available at the main hotel, from the Michelin-starred La Tour d'Argent to eateries that serve Japanese and Chinese cuisine.
Tour d'Argent – This is the only place outside of Paris where you can experience the delights of this celebrated establishment. Executive Chef Renaud Augier will wow you with his culinary creations in a room adorned with period pieces that nod to the history of this iconic institution.
View & Dining The Sky – At this buffet restaurant, chefs await at a variety of cooking stations to create your favorite dishes from the freshest of ingredients. The jewel on the menu – a 360-degree view of Tokyo.
Fumizen – This is where you go to sample some of the best tonkatsu in town. This breaded and deep-fried pork cutlet is served with shredded cabbage, white rice, and miso soup, and is enjoyed across Japan.
Sekishin-Tei – Let the skills of seasoned chefs entertain you as they grill select Wagyu and seafood to perfection at this quiet counter-style restaurant nestled within the verdant Japanese garden.
Isehiro – This legendary restaurant, whose original location is in Ginza, has been making yakitori since 1921. These skewers of succulent chicken, beef, or vegetables and a nice cold beer are the perfect early evening snack.
Pierre Hermé Paris – World renowned and award-winning French Pastry Chef Pierre Hermé creates spectacular seasonal desserts and pastries that will transport you to the streets of Paris.
Bar Capri – Esteemed bartenders will create signature cocktails for you in a sophisticated bar adorned with original works from the French expressionist Paul Aizpiri.
Additional dining options include: Trader Vic’s Tokyo, Bella Vista, Gun-Ship, Aux Bacchanales, Peshaworl, Tom Cat, Ransen, Senbazuru, Kato’s Dining and Bar, mendokoro Nakajima, Horikawa, Nadaman, Ransen, Okahan, Kyubey, Tsukiji Suzutomi, Isehiro, Tower Buffet, Rib Room, Niizu, Seisen-Tei, Momiji-Tei, Satsuki, Garden Lounge, Café La Mille, Milk Hall, Tully’s Coffee, Patisserie Satuski, Tower Café, Sky Bar, Taikan-en, Trader Vic’s Tokyo Boathouse Bar, and Ransen Hanare.
The hotel’s sprawling 10 acre-garden, with a 400-year history, is a beautiful oasis in the heart of the city. Lounge by indoor and outdoor pools that are among the best in Tokyo, and wander over to the Salon de Esthe or Golden Spa. With shops, a fully equipped fitness center, tennis court, and driving range, relaxation at the hotel is inevitable.
The city of Tokyo beckons you to explore — catch a train to explore ancient sites and the city’s entertainment and adventure options. Buzzing Harajuku, known for colorful street art and fashion, is close by. A little farther, you can scale Tokyo Tower and visit Koishikawa Korakuen Garden and Tokyo National Museum.
Hotel New Otani Tokyo, "EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN"
Based in Chiyoda – one of 23 special wards that used to represent Tokyo City – Hotel New Otani Tokyo, "EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN" has an enviable location in Japan’s capital. You are just steps from the city's business district and a range of attractions, and a short taxi ride to many of the city’s highlights.
Haneda International Airport is 13 mi / 20 km away.
Narita International Airport is 41 mi / 66 km away.
It’s a short walk from the hotel to four train stations.