Tokyo’s luxury hotels are already in a class of their own, but Ian Schrager’s Edition brand is a welcome addition all the same. It’s a natural next step, and not just a business decision: Schrager’s hotels and nightclubs have long borne a seldom-noticed Japanese influence. More upscale than his original Schrager-branded boutique hotels, and more stylish than its staid luxury-hotel competition, the Tokyo Edition, Toranomon occupies a place all its own in the Japanese capital’s hotel scene.
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It’s an all-star collaboration, even beyond the partnership between Schrager and Marriott; among its designers is the renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, and the restaurants are the work of the Michelin-starred chef Tom Aikens. And with just over 200 rooms and suites, it’s a substantial hotel, occupying several floors of the Tokyo Gate skyscraper, which affords guests impressive views of the skyline and the enormous Tokyo Tower.
The rooms aren’t all about the views; the Edition’s signature soothing, minimalist look is complemented by a touch of Japanese style, and the comforts and details are all first-rate. There’s a spa with a round-the-clock gym, and the neighborhood is convenient to many of Tokyo’s most desirable destinations, including the legendary shopping district of Ginza.
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