Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) announced today the official opening of Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills, the first Andaz hotel in Japan and the twelfth Andaz hotel globally. The hotel is a significant addition to Hyatt’s growing portfolio in Tokyo, joining Park Hyatt Tokyo, Grand Hyatt Tokyo and Hyatt Regency Tokyo.
The hotel features 164 spacious guestrooms, including eight suites, averaged at 540 square feet for standard rooms, with unparalleled views of the Tokyo skyline. (Photo: Business Wire)
“We are witnessing a re-emergence in Japan and we believe that this vibrant market will continue to prosper,” said Larry Tchou, Group President, Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation. “We know that simple and attentive personalized service is key for our guests, and the opening of Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills allows us to fulfill this desire by creating an unscripted community feel, complete with Hyatt’s authentic hospitality at its core.” Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills is located in the 52-story Toranomon Hills tower from floors 47-52, a progressive multi-use high-rise for high-end business and lifestyle that will look to position Tokyo as an internationally competitive world class city. Located between the Tokyo Tower and Imperial Palace, the hotel offers easy access to key locations and sites, including the Ginza shopping district, cultural attractions, and the city’s central financial area. As with all Andaz hotels around the world, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills will create inspiring experiences and offerings that incorporate the city’s rich history and culture, helping guests to know their surroundings more intimately and leave feeling like a local. “Opening this hotel has been quite an exciting journey for us, and we feel that we are helping to redefine hospitality in Tokyo by introducing the Andaz brand – a lifestyle-boutique brand that is a very new concept for this city,” said Arnaud de Saint-Exupéry, General Manager of Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills. “The Andaz brand is deeply rooted in local culture, and we are committed to providing a truly Japanese-inspired experience to both guests and locals that will help them feel deeply connected to the heart and soul of Tokyo.”