ANA InterContinental Tokyo: Luxurious and classic five star hotel set in the heart of the capital

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ANA InterContinental Tokyo is a luxurious and classic five star hotel set in the heart of the capital. We loved our spacious premier room boasting beautiful city views and the decadent Club Lounge with infallible service and amenities. We couldn’t get enough of the gigantic outdoor swimming pool set amid the tall surrounding buildings, perfect for cooling off in the hot summer months. Take advantage of their well equipped gym, indulgent spa treatments, and ideal location for exploring the city and book a table at the chic 2 Michelin Star Pierre Gagnaire restaurant with sweeping views of the city and the Tokyo Tower. A great choice spot for business travelers and those escaping for a weekend getaway.

Pierre Gagnaire

Pierre Gagnaire, situated on the 36th floor of ANA InterContinental Tokyo, boasts an elegant and classic venue ideal for a romantic date, with private tables facing Tokyo’s beautiful city lights and a quiet and intimate ambiance with impeccable service. We sampled the “Esquisse Ete” menu highlights of which started with "Cocktail de Poche" and was followed by a refreshing and vibrant Fillet of John Dory Poele with Basil Zucchini, Dry Tomato, Black Olive, mango flavoured bouillabaissem and Maitake in Royale and Seaweed, the flavourful Iberico Pluma Pork grilled with Green Pepper and Coconut Milk, Crawdad and Curly Cabbage, Croquette of Black Sausage and Pulpe of Apple Cider, and the classic "Desserts de Pierre Gagnaire" Make sure to ask the sommelier for recommended wine pairings for a truley decandent and memorable experience. A beautiful spot for French fine dining at the heart of Tokyo.

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