Oakwood Premier Tokyo
THE PERFECT SERVICED APARTMENTS IN TOKYO’S CBD
The brand-new Oakwood Premier Tokyo is located adjacent to Tokyo Station and the Marunouchi financial, business district. Although known as Tokyo’s main financial and business district, Marunouchi has gone through a face lift and is now well known for its variety of shopping and gourmet dining choices.
Located on the 6th to the 19th floor of a 19-storey multi-serviced complex, Oakwood Premier Tokyo is designed to offer a sanctuary in the midst of Marunouchi's urban lifestyle. Gain access to bullet trains leading to areas such as major international airports, business districts and major tourist areas that includes the Imperial Palace, Ginza shopping district, Tsukiji Fish Market and many others. With all 123 apartments furnished to include full kitchens and hotel services, exclusivity, comfort, and convenience are qualities promised at Oakwood Premier Tokyo.
- Wi-Fi (additional charges apply)
- Convenience store
- Car park (additional charges apply)
- Resident Lounge
- Fitness Center (Outside Facility)
- Airport bus terminal
Kindly be advised that access of the Fitness Center is limited. Please contact your Customer Service Representative for availability.
- Overnight security
- On-call maintenance
- Regular housekeeping
- Laundry and dry cleaning
- Resident activity programs
- Limousine, taxi and airport bus arrangements
- 24-hour customer service
- Multilingual customer service
- Light Breakfast served at the Resident Lounge
Points of Interest
- Tokyo Station
Tokyo Station is a railway station served by Shinkansen high-speed rail lines. It is the main intercity rail terminal in Tokyo served by many regional commuter lines as well as the Tokyo Metro network.
Marunouchi is one of Japan's most prestigious business districts lined with shopping and dining complexes, attracting both business and leisure visitors.
- Imperial East Gardens and Niju-Bashi Bridge
Open to public, this classic Japanese garden is a respite from the city hustle and bustle. A must-see here is the Nijubashi Bridge, a famous spot to take scenic photos of the palace and its surroundings.
Once recorded on the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s most expensive real estate, the Ginza is Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping, dining and entertainment district.