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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitised in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
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#2 of 3 hotels in Toranomon
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The Okura Tokyo will reprise the Hotel Okura Tokyo’s famed traditional Japanese beauty as well as its cherished simplicity and elegance to offer a new combination of “traditional luxury” and “contemporary luxury.” A total of 508 luxury rooms will be available in two buildings on the spacious central-Tokyo Okura property, about half of which will be covered with lush gardens and greenery. 【Awards and affiliations】 ・GBAC STAR™ Accredited Facility ・Member of The Leading Hotels of the World ・Condé Nast Traveler Top 10 Hotels in Japan Readers’Choice Awards 2021 #2 【SDGs Action of The Okura Tokyo】 The Okura Tokyo coordinates with energy efficiently by being thorough implementation of energy saving measures as a mixed-use facility、and work to reduce CO2.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Airport transportation
Business Centre with Internet Access
Banquet room
Car park
Hot bath
Indoor pool
Fitness / spa changing rooms
Personal trainer
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Wine / champagne
Meeting rooms
Facial treatments
Full body massage
Steam room
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Chapel / shrine
Currency exchange
ATM on site
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
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Blackout curtains
Air purifier
Air conditioning
Coffee / tea maker
Cable / satellite TV
Walk-in shower
Interconnected rooms available
Private balcony
Room service
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Wardrobe / wardrobe
Bottled water
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Private bathrooms
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Electric kettle
Flatscreen TV
On-demand films
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
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Manolis wrote a review Jan 2021
Xanthi, Greece2101 contributions7168 helpful votes
Okura hotels is a local chain which gives you an atmosphere of the old, classic and aristocratic Japan. The location of the hotel is excellent, rooms are specious (for Tokyo standards), clean and cozy. Nice touch the kimono that I used for the first time in my life. Very helpful and really gentle personnel ready to help you. The breakfast is nice and you can have also European style food. Be prepared to pay some more money but what you pay is what you get..
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Travelled on business
70 Helpful votes1 Repost
johnvtokyo wrote a review Nov 2020
Tokyo, Japan31 contributions3 helpful votes
Certainly better than any Ritz or St Regis that I have ever stayed in. Huge room, walk in shower/bath that looks over the city if shades are open. Nearly floor to ceiling windows. Immaculate everywhere, partially perhaps because it opened not long before the pandemic. Service is formal style, which I prefer to outgoing.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
TFNW wrote a review Nov 2020
Tokyo26 contributions56 helpful votes
To be honest, this used to be a good hotel. The facility is now updated, but the mindset of staffs are not. The location of this hotel makes itself useful as an "upscale, high-grade business hotel" for "upscale business people (executives and bureaucrats)", especially may be good for a foreigner because the interior design looks like somewhat of Japanese taste, but not much more than that. It's not particularly vacation-friendly, and the restaurant is nothing to write about, you can eat out much better place, with better service. Although I have had to book a room at the request of a foreign business partner who likes here and atmosphere, I would not stay here. The senior staff (and the restaurants in particular) need to be trained by actually staying in the other luxury hotel. The impression that the middle-aged staff is leaning on the brand while the young staff is moving briskly is very unpleasant to watch, looks really ridiculous. It's bad for the branding of Japan itself and should be improved. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
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Date of stay: October 2020
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Heritage Wing is better.
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3 Helpful votes
Lucy11 wrote a review Jun 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark17 contributions11 helpful votes
This is such an amazing hotel. We stayed here for only one night and regret not staying longer. First and foremost, the style and decor is beautiful and the staff is super friendly. The room itself is something else. The view is great. We had views towards Tokyo Tower, both from the bed side of the room and from the bath. It’s honestly extremely luxurious. There is an indoor pool and a spa that provides anything you might need from face wash to moisturizer. We also went up to the bar lounge in the hotel that was also just beautiful. I recommend this hotel so much; it’s an experience.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2 Helpful votes
J W wrote a review Mar 2020
Vancouver, Canada12 contributions4 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our stay at the Okura. We came across this hotel as it just recently re-opened at the end of 2019 after a renovation. We arrived prior to check in time. The staff outside helped with the luggages and the reception gathered our information and stored our luggages and bags. When we returned later, the key was ready and stored stuff was already placed in our room. We booked the Prestige room with king bed with a bath view. The room was huge at ~5xx sq ft! Compared with all the other hotels we stayed in Tokyo, especially in Shinjuku, 5xx Sq Ft is like more than double the size. There was a walk in closet and a separate toilet from the shower & bath. We also had a view of the Tokyo Tower from the bath and room. It was a great evening view. They provided great amenities of which I loved the Miller Harris collection and the Panasonic haircare dryer. There was also an iPad/ panel to turn on/off curtains and lights in different sections of the room. Housekeeping returned during dinner time (I assume) to prepare the room for sleeping. The service was top notch, even for Japanese standard. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay as a couple who was just looking to enjoy our Valentine's day and walk able distance to the Tokyo Tower. As other reviewers have pointed out and which we also observed, the hotel should be perfect for business or adult travellers.
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Date of stay: February 2020
milesw wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom221 contributions612 helpful votes
We stayed for the final night of our three week Japan journey, having stayed in both the Andaz, Hilton, Park Hyatt and Peninsula previously in town, and the Okura night just be the best of the bunch. As a family we loved the Andaz for its quirky touches, but if I was to return to town as a business traveller, I would head here. The service is serious, smart and professional. The decor is contemporary and stylish, without the glam of the Andaz. The rooms are lovely - really modern, very well maintained and silent too. We also eat at the Sushi place in the Japanese wing on the last night - sensational!
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Date of stay: February 2020
2 Helpful votes
joehebda wrote a review Feb 2020
Pasadena, Maryland300 contributions107 helpful votes
I recently stayed a few nights at the Okura Tokyo Hotel. The room was wonderful! The staff was attentive. I enjoyed the breakfast buffet service in the morning. The hotel is a short walk to many shops and restaurants. The hotel also has a bar on the 41st floor with a beautiful view.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled on business
2 Helpful votes
Steve S wrote a review Feb 2020
22 contributions5 helpful votes
The Okura Prestige Tower is spotless, luxurious, and classy. Nice centeal location in Akasaka. Super professional hotel staff with all the amenities such as a cool indoor pool on the 27th floor along with a first-rate health club and sauna. Rooms are enormous with walk in closets, a huge king-size bed, and upscale bathroom. The floor to ceiling window are a nice touch too. Make sure to get a room on the higher floor and that faces the Imperial Palace and Diet for a partial view. The hotel breakfast did not disappoint with its international cuisines and daily fruit smoothies. The only drawback is that this may not be the best venue for families with small children. The hotel projects a very serious, adult atmosphere. Will stay again!
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Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Travelled on business
Kousuke Makoshi wrote a review Feb 2020
New York City, New York48 contributions25 helpful votes
The Okura Prestige reopened in 2019 after a renovation getting ready for its peak and hype of Tokyo Olympic. The hotel itself was luxurious (maybe too luxurious for my wife and I) the staff members was polite and well polished but very scripted/robotic, room was on the bigger size with really good collection of amenities and a tablet that controls the light and blackout shades. The suppose “view bath” is not much of view since the window fogs up when taking shower or bath. The hotel ground is really big with Heritage tower adjacent to the Prestige tower and right across from Prestige tower,across the fountain, was sleek Chinese - Japanese looking temple. These were surround by a huge maze looking garden with only 1 or 2 signs pointing you in the right direction which was huge inconvenience since we were literally walking around the hotel ground for 5 to 10 minutes before finally finding the entrance of the hotel. Location wasn’t the most ideal with the nearest train station located 7 to 12 minute walk however it was close to a convince store so that was a plus. If your looking to stay in much more “worth it” hotel this is not for you.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Heather B wrote a review Jan 2020
Anaheim5 contributions8 helpful votes
We just came back from a stay that included the Tokyo Okura Prestige Tower, and while we loved the location of the hotel and found the service extremely professional (they helped us with every need), this is not a place to which we personally would go back. Of course we were spoiled as we had just come from the amazing Hyatt Regency in Kyoto, which was so embracing of families, but for guests considering this hotel I would say: if you are traveling with kids consider your other options first, but otherwise this is a great choice for a very "grown up" hotel with wonderful concierge staff, gym/pool area and great subway access. Our extremely well-behaved 9 year old boy was not permitted to have breakfast in the Heritage wing (even if we were staying there, apparently that would have been the rule), so thank goodness we did not pay for the Heritage Wing. The Chinese restaurant was delicious, but it also felt like a not very family friendly restaurant. We felt most welcome in the Orchid Cafe, and that was nice (they gave the kids there presents on Christmas day which was super sweet), but if we are going back we will look for a more relaxed, less formal hotel.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Room Tip: Consider adjacent tower to save $. Not yet renovated but retro lobby is still cool
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US$344 - US$471 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
The Okura Prestige Tower /ホテル オークラ プレステージタワー
JapanKantoTokyo PrefectureTokyoMinatoToranomonOdaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Okura Tokyo
Which popular attractions are close to The Okura Tokyo?
Nearby attractions include Suntory Hall (0.3 km), Toranomon Kotohira-gu (0.5 km), and ARK Hills (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Okura Tokyo?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at The Okura Tokyo?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at The Okura Tokyo?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Okura Tokyo?
Yes, free parking and a parking garage are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Okura Tokyo?
Conveniently located restaurants include Nobu Tokyo, Pierre Gagnaire, and Teppanyaki Akasaka.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Okura Tokyo?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does The Okura Tokyo have airport transportation?
Yes, The Okura Tokyo offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is The Okura Tokyo located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Toranomon.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Okura Tokyo?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does The Okura Tokyo offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.