Hotel New Otani Tokyo Dining

Hotel New Otani Tokyo Dining

If you have been following my blog posts lately, you probably know that I was in Tokyo recently and stayed at the prestigious Hotel New Otani Tokyo in central Tokyo. As I already said in my previous post, this is a large and luxurious hotel, which has many great things to offer apart from its amazing guest rooms. The hotel itself encompasses three buildings and these are the New Otani Garden Court, New Otani Garden Tower, and the Main in which I had the pleasure of staying. These three buildings house a large selection of fine restaurants, nice bars, and classy lounge. In fact, there are 38 restaurants, 18 of which are hotel restaurants, and 20 which are tenant restaurants.

Since I was there only for a few days, I did not have the time to try many of them, but those that I did have the chance to visit, I really loved. The first one was a buffet restaurant called "Satsuki" located on the lobby floor of the main building. Since I was guest of the hotel I had received coupons for complimentary breakfast for each day of my stay there, so I visited this fine establishment a few times. I am a really big fan of buffet-style restaurants, so as you might have guessed, this was a big treat for me. I sat aside an hour and a half each morning just to enjoy this amazing breakfast at a relaxing pace. Both Japanese and western food is offered here and both are equally good. I especially enjoyed the freshly prepared omelets with ham, cheese, and mushrooms. The food was so good there that it was really hard to stop eating, especially since there were so many options there and I wanted to try as many different dishes as I could.

Even though I had a healthy breakfast and some snacks during the day, by the time I had returned to the hotel, I was already very hungry. I headed to the "View & Dining The Sky" buffet restaurant on the top of the hotel to have a nice dinner and enjoy the 360-degree view of the city that this restaurant is famous for.

Another place where I would have breakfast while I was there was the Garden Lounge which is also located on the lobby floor of the hotel. There I was able to enjoy another tasty buffet breakfast, but this time with a spectacular view of the Japanese garden that this hotel is famous for. À la carte items that are available there include sandwiches, pasta, soup and salads, with drinks and light meals offered during cocktail hours.

On my last day there, I went to "Trader Vic's", a nice restaurant decorated in the South Pacific style. There you can enjoy specialties such as smoked meat, fish and fowl.

There are so many things that you can do in this hotel, and you will need to stay here for many days to be able to experience all of them. That is why I will be returning to this hotel for sure on my next trip across Japan. I strongly suggest to all of you that you check out their website and learn more about the prestigious Hotel New Otani Tokyo.

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