By Travelzoo Staff
Take a 3-night retreat to the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so for just $439 for two people. Exclusive to Travelzoo subscribers, this offer saves 76% OFF regular nightly rates and includes spa discount, free Wi-Fi and more. Set amongst historic Japanese gardens, the hotel offers a zen refuge from Tokyo's urban chaos with some of the most spacious hotel rooms in the city, yet is a short trip from top sights via train or car.
Why we love it
- Spend 3 nights at the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so for just $439, saving a whopping 76% off regular rates
- This exclusive offer is priced for two people, not per person
- Take 50% off access to the hotel's Yu, The Spa, including Onsen hot springs bath, indoor pool and Jacuzzi (reg. $50 per person)
- Enjoy 10% off all food & beverage, including room service
- Stay in a 484 square-feet Superior Room, with stunning Tokyo skyline views
- Rooms are among the most spacious in Tokyo and feature free Wi-Fi, L'Occitane en Provence toiletries, luxurious marble baths with deep soaking tubs and more
- Hotel is located within a tranquil and historic 17-acre Japanese garden
- Just minutes from a train station and popular areas of Shinjuku and Ginza
- Ranked #1 in Asia and #6 worldwide for Service in the 2010 Travel + Leisure "World's Best" awards
- 2-night stays available for just $325 for two people; stay one night for just $175 per room
- Valid for Sunday to Friday night stays; a JPY 15,000 ($188) surcharge applies for Saturday nights and the eve of public holidays
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chizan-so
10-8, Sekiguchi 2-chome
Tel: +81 (3) 3943-2222
What's included & when
- Nov 27, 2012 - May 31, 2013
- Receive all of the following for two people:
- -3 nights' accommodation in a Superior Room with city views (valid for Sunday to Friday night stays; JPY 15,000 surcharge applies for Saturday nights)
- -50% off access to Yu, The Spa, including Onsen hot springs bath, indoor pool and Jacuzzi (reg. $50 per person)
- -10% off all food and beverage, including room service
- -Complimentary in-room high-speed Internet access
- -Free overnight shoeshine and daily newspaper
- -Complimentary 24-hour gym access
- -Shorter stays available for just $325 for two nights or $175 for 1 night
- Superior Rooms feature views of the Tokyo skyline and are a massive 484 square feet. In-room amenities include free Wi-Fi, L'Occitane en Provence toiletries and marble baths with deep soaking tubs.
- In addition to the luxurious spa and state-of-the-art fitness center, the hotel also has an indoor swimming pool. Five restaurants and bars are headlined by the Japanese Miyuki, where guests can enjoy traditional favorites like teppanyaki, sushi and tempura.
The fine print
PLEASE NOTE: Rate is valid for Sunday to Friday night stays; a JPY 15,000 ($188) surcharge applies (payable directly to the hotel) for Saturday nights and the eve of public holidays (January 13, 2013; February 10; April 28). All taxes and service charges are included, but an additional tax of JPY 100-200 per night may apply when room charges exceed JPY 10,000 per room, per night.
Vouchers must be purchased by Wednesday December 5. Vouchers can be redeemed for stays from December 3 until May 31, 2013. Bookings must be made at least one day in advance of stay. We suggest booking by March 31. Blackout dates: December 8-9, 15, 22-24, 31; January 1-2, 8, 13, 19, 2013; February 13, 23; May 2-5.
Subject to availability. Each voucher is $439 and is valid for a 3-night stay, including accommodation for two in a Superior Room; 50% off access to Yu, The Spa; free gym access; free in-room Internet; and 10% off all food & beverage. Two-night stays are available for $325 each, and 1-night stays are $175 each. Once you reserve your room with the hotel, cancellations or changes must be made at least 7 days before arrival or your voucher is subject to forfeiture. Rate is based on twin share; maximum occupancy is 3 people. Extra person is JPY 4,620 per night including rollaway bed; children under 18 stay free with existing bedding.
Please note that the name of the hotel will change from January 1, 2013; for more information please see http://en.hotel-chinzanso-tokyo.jp/