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ANA InterContinental Tokyo


Time Out says

In 2007 owners All Nippon Airways joined forces with the InterContinental chain and rebranded this 37-storey hotel. Its airy lobby has been redone in gleaming marble and cherry wood, with the modern space broken up by cascading waterfalls and artworks. Spacious, well-equipped rooms have all been recently renovated. The hotel provides stunning views on a clear day – you can see Mt Fuji from Japan's largest club lounge on the 35th floor.


1-12-33 Akasaka, Minato-ku
Tameike-Sanno station (Ginza, Nanboku lines), exit 13.

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ANA Intercontinental Poolside Lounge with Moët & Chandon

The ANA Intercontinental’s outdoor pool has been transformed into a Poolside Lounge with Moët & Chandon for Tokyo’s hot summer months. This spacious oasis amid the skyscrapers is open to hotel guests and the public alike. Enjoy lounging poolside with views of Tokyo Tower during one of three daily sessions (10am-1.50pm, 2pm-5.50pm, 6pm-9.50pm), or all day for ultimate relaxation. The poolside eat-in corner is offering a wide variety of snacks which pair well with champagne, as well as refreshing smoothies and shaved ice. To go the extra mile, you can book yourself a premium seat package (from ¥37,290)  which entitles you to relax in a semi-private gazebo and enjoy a special brunch box along with a bottle of champagne.

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