A hotel experience for the ladies
Hotel New Otani Tokyo is offering a delightful package for ladies to have an elegant holiday, where they can enjoy a memorable night holding a joshi kai (women-only party) or spending some precious mother-daughter time through Sept. 30.
The package includes a night’s stay at one of the gorgeous guest rooms, Jill Stuart amenity cosmetics, breakfast, a variety of coupons and a room upgrade for a Sunday night stay for one or two guests.
For breakfast, guests can choose room service or from four restaurants: coffee shop Satsuki, buffet restaurant Top, tea and cocktail lounge Garden Lounge and Japanese restaurant Nadaman. If guests wish to sleep in, the breakfast coupon can be used for lunch.
Guests can enjoy delicious desserts with a 10 percent discount coupon and a coupon with discounts for dinner is also included. In addition, the hotel offers a late afternoon checkout, which allows guests to relax in their rooms until 2 p.m.
A night’s stay starts from ¥14,040 for three people per room (including tax and service charge; rooms are also available for one or two people), and only 10 rooms are available to be booked per day.
The Hotel New Otani Tokyo is three minutes from Nagatacho and Akasaka-Mitsuke stations. For more details, call 03-3265-1111, or visit www.newotani.co.jp/tokyo.
Cocktails to celebrate centenary
As part of the second phase of its yearlong promotion to commemorate the hotel’s 100th anniversary, the Tokyo Station Hotel is holding a cocktail competition through Oct. 25, where guests can select the cocktail they think is suitable for the occasion.
Guests can choose from three cocktails created by bartenders of the hotel, that were chosen through a rigorous selection process by the hotel staff: 1915, Clematis and One White TSH.
The cocktails are served for ¥1,300 each (tax included, excluding 10 percent service charge) at bars Camellia and Oak, both on the second floor of the hotel.
The 1915, named after the year that the hotel was born, has sake as a base, with an additional touch of coconut liquor. Clematis is gin-based with violet liqueur, whereas One White TSH is made with white peach liqueur, accented with grenadine.
There will be a final showdown and announcement of the selected cocktail at a special event open to the public on Nov. 1 at the hotel.
Guests who buy all three cocktails during the period can enjoy special benefits, including voting rights to choose the cocktail they like, an original commemorative badge and a free coupon for the cocktail, which is valid from Nov. 2.
The Tokyo Station Hotel is connected to Tokyo Station. For more information or reservations, call 03-5220-0014, or visit www.tokyostationhotel.jp/100th/anniversary/.
Revisiting an iconic American era
Grand Hyatt Tokyo is pleased to present evenings built around classic American culture from the 1960s and 1970s in the cool autumn season, throughout September and October.
The event will launch on Sept. 11, and will offer a total of 10 evenings until Oct. 23, all held in the spacious outdoor Chapel Garden located on the hotel’s fourth floor.
The 1960s and 1970s were an era when pop culture flourished among American youth, a period often characterized by malt shops, diners, drive-ins and jukeboxes. Grand Hyatt Tokyo will reinvent these fun times, offering oldies music and classic snacks in a spacious outdoor environment, adorned with nostalgic props.
Guests can relax and enjoy popular music from the era, and savor a Classic American Set Menu for ¥6,000 (including tax and service charge), which includes classic American snacks and free-flowing beverages such as Budweiser, Jim Beam and sodas. Classic American-inspired snacks include popcorn, coleslaw, nachos, Caesar salad, onion rings, chilli dogs, french fries and fried chicken.
Grand Hyatt Tokyo is three minutes from Roppongi Station (Hibiya and Oedo lines). For more information and reservations, visit tokyo.grand.hyatt.com.
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