Wednesday, November 9, 2022

Wake up to the view of Tokyo Skytree at ONE@Tokyo by Kengo Kuma

Get a view of the iconic Tokyo Skytree from the rooftop of the all new ONE@Tokyo in Shitamachi area. And that's not all that awaits you as fans of world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma will recognise his work in the exterior and interior of the hotel, combining wood framing with industrial imagery to create a contrast that presents its neighbourhood beautifully.

The ONE@Tokyo is the 4th . Agora Alliance Hotel in Tokyo, and is very conveniently located on the east side of the 23 wards, where the nostalgic atmosphere of the Edo period remains with a traditional downtown feel.

With comfort and location combined with architectural beauty and functionality, guests will find state of the art casual contemporary rooms and the most updated and unique in-room tablets installed in all 142 guestrooms. Its 2.45m high room ceilings bring spaciousness - a vast change from the usual space-saving rooms of traditional hotels in Japan.

Guests can enjoy its 180° panoramic view of Tokyo and The Tokyo Skytree right in front of their eyes. Active travelers can experience the ideal relaxation and the hidden attractions throughout the day in this modern, serene open space. The lobby, with its impressive iconic "ONE table", a 15-meter-long, interlinked counter, is filled with bright natural light from the floor-to-ceiling glass windows facing the main street. As a diversified community for all kinds of people to gather and meet, it provides newly generated energy.

To celebrate the grand opening, an opening campaign will be running at the 10 Agora Hotel Alliance facilities, offering an original eco-bag and an original wooden ballpoint pen to all guests who stay at the hotel before the end of January 2023.

ONE@Tokyo is ideally located for both business and leisure travelers, just a 3-minute walk from Oshiage Station, famous for the Tokyo Skytree, a major sightseeing spot in Tokyo. It benefits from easy access to the entrance to Japan - the Haneda and the Narita Airports, and stations on four railway lines, being convenient for both tourists and locals alike.

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