Hotel New Otani Tokyo's EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN Lauded with Five-star Ranking by Forbes Travel Guide

Forbes Travel Guide has just unveiled its annual Star Rating list, naming Hotel New Otani Tokyo's EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN as a Five-Star Hotel for the first time.

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EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN is a discrete hotel-in-hotel comprised of 87 smartly appointed rooms with the concept of "ZEN", offering a moment of tranquility and touch of authentic Japanese hospitality.
Conveniently located in central Tokyo with access to such popular sights as Roppongi, Ginza, and Shinjuku, this boutique hotel enjoys 10-acre Japanese garden with four centuries of history onsite, also benefits of the 1479-room Hotel New Otani Tokyo including an impressive selection of 37 restaurants ranging from authentic Japanese fare to Michelin-starred French cuisine at the same time.

While pampering its guests with personalized service by staff solely assigned for those staying in the 87 rooms, a delightful buffet of food and beverages are exclusively offered in the Executive Lounge six times a day.

Since its grand opening in 2007, EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN continues to offer further refined services rooted in authentic Japanese hospitality based on experience Hotel New Otani Tokyo accumulated since 1964 when it opened its door to serve worldwide guests for the first Tokyo Olympics. We are honored to receive such high evaluation from the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide, especially in this very significant year our city and the hotel are about to witness the Olympics for the second time.

In celebrating its new honor, EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN will offer JPY12,000 (approx. USD100) worth of restaurant credit to its guests staying for two consecutive nights or more under the Best Available Rate.
Term: February 13 through July 22, 2020
Best Available Rate available from JPY59,000 per night
*Above rate is subject to service charge and tax.
Includes: Daily Breakfast, $100 credit per room per stay, valid at onsite restaurants
*This offer only applies to reservations for two consecutive nights or more, made via New Otani's official website.

About: "EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN", Hotel New Otani Tokyo
Hotel New Otani Tokyo opened its doors in 1964, the year the Olympic Games were held in the city for the first time. In addition to serving as the venue for three past G7 Summit Meetings, it has welcomed innumerable heads of state and dignitaries, business executive, and VIPs from around the world. Its luxury hotel-in-hotel "EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN" comprises 87 elegant guest rooms and suites, each offering an array of deluxe amenities. Accommodations afford exquisite views, with many showcasing the State Guest House and new Olympic stadium. Located within a verdant and peaceful area near Tokyo’s business district and local attractions, Hotel New Otani Tokyo features a historical 10-acre Japanese Garden, and a vast selection of dining options to suit every palate.

About Forbes Travel Guide:
Forbes Travel Guide is the only global rating system for luxury hotels, restaurants and spas. Anonymous professional inspectors evaluate based on up to 900 objective standards, with an emphasis on exceptional service, to help discerning travelers select the world’s best luxury experiences. The only way to get a Five-Star, Four-Star or Recommended rating is by earning it through the independent inspection process. For a full award winners list, daily travel stories and more information about Forbes Travel Guide, visit www.forbestravelguide.com.

Hotel New Otani Tokyo, EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN
Address: 4-1 Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-8578, Japan
Phone: +81-3-3265-1111 / Fax: +81-3-3221-2619
URL: https://www.newotani.co.jp/en/tokyo/stay/exe/
Executive Manager: Maki Takahata

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Contacts

Media Contact:
Kentaro Yumoto (Mr.) k-yumoto@newotani.co.jp
Management Service Department, Hotel New Otani Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-3221-2631 / Fax: +81-3-3239-2629
http://www.newotani.co.jp/en/tokyo/