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Taking in Tokyo Tower

Commemorating its 10th anniversary, the Prince Park Tower Tokyo is offering a limited edition package, the “Collection10 Tokyo Tower Precious Day” on Sept. 18 and 25.

The plan allows guests to enjoy the most of Tokyo Tower, which is a short walk from the hotel. The package includes a 20-minute rental from 11 p.m. to 11:20 p.m. of Tokyo Tower’s Special Observatory where guests can have the entire floor to themselves and enjoy breathtaking night views of Tokyo. Guests will then spend the night in a luxurious premier junior suite facing Tokyo Tower.

For dinner, a course menu will be served at an exclusive table in the Sky Lounge Stella Garden. The dinner includes an appetizer, caviar, lobster, Japanese steak with truffle sauce, a bottle of Don Perignon Champagne and an original dessert plate. Menu is subject to change based on ingredient availability. Additionally, guests can use the lounge, spa and fitness center.

The package is offered for ¥200,000 (tax and service charge included) on Sept. 18 and 25 for two people. Reservations must be made three days in advance.

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is two minutes from Akabanebashi Station on the Toei Oedo Line and three minutes from Shibakoen Station on the Toei Mita Line. For further information and reservations, call 03-5400-1111.

Warming up as autumn approaches

To welcome the coming of fall, the Hilton Tokyo is offering a beer garden “Autumn Hot Beer Party” through Sept. 19.

Hot sangria, shochu distilled spirits with hot water, chili beer with red pepper, and hot Kahlua and milk are included in the all-you-can-drink plan for ¥3,500 per person, in addition to regular drinks such as draft beer and red and white wine. Other items such as spicy Buffalo wings and chili with cheese are available from ¥500.

The beer garden is held at the Private Lounge Terrace on the seventh floor, where guests can admire the view of vibrant Shinjuku Ward. Available for 90 minutes between 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. from Wednesday to Sunday. A 30-minute extension is available for an extra ¥1,000 per person.

The Hilton Tokyo is two minutes from Exit C8 of Nishi-Shinjuku Station (Marunouchi Line) or 10 minutes from the West Exit of Shinjuku Station (various lines). For more information or reservations, call 03-3344-5111, or visit www.tokyo.hilton.com .

Tying the knot in top-class style

To commemorate its 30th anniversary next year, the ANA InterContinental Tokyo has launched a 30th anniversary wedding campaign geared toward couples who will hold a wedding reception at the hotel through Dec. 31 next year.

Included in the campaign are two new wedding course meals, priced at ¥16,500 and ¥30,000. The menu is a mixture of the traditional French dishes the hotel has been offering since its opening in 1986 and today’s new style. The courses include such favorites as marinated Norwegian salmon, lobster gratin with Thermidor sauce, wagyu steak fillet, and baked Alaska.

The happy couple can stay in a junior suite on the day, or the day before the wedding. The wedding plan is available from ¥1,230,000 (tax and service charge included) for a reception for 40 people.

In addition to other excellent benefits offered to the couple, if either the bride or the groom was born in 1986, the year that the hotel opened, or either of the couples’ parents are celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary in 2016, ANA will offer 30,000 mileage points as a gift.

The ANA InterContinental Tokyo is five minutes from Tameike-Sanno Station (Ginza and Nanboku lines). For more information or reservations, call 03-3505-1185, or visit www.anaintercontinental-tokyo.jp .


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