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Shibuya one of Tokyo's 23 "special city wards," is renowned as the epicenter of Japan's youth fashion and entertainment trends. The most famous Shibuya landmark is its grand intersection, Shibuya Crossing. Claimed the busiest intersection on the planet, it astounds from the ground – as pedestrians emerge from Shibuya Station's Hachiko Exit, and it mesmerizes from above -- as spectators snap bird's-eye photos from commanding skyscraper vantage points. Heavily adorned with neon advertisements and giant video screens, it's a must-see destination on every Tokyo tourist's bucket list.
Shibuya Station and its surroundings are currently undergoing major redevelopment by Tokyu Group, as they realize a "Shibuya-style urban life" that combines "working," "playing," and "living." Several new edifices have opened in recent years, including Shibuya Hikarie (2012), Shibuya Stream (2018) and Shibuya Scramble Square (2019). However, even more complexes are soon to arrive on the scene until construction is completed in 2028. Come and experience this thrilling, digitally and sustainably reborn city, Shibuya.
The Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel sits within the multi-facility Cerulean Tower in the heart of Shibuya. The Tower features eateries, shops, offices, and even a Noh theatre. The hotel is designed as a hub of international cultural exchange overlooking the world's busiest crossroads. The 408-room, nineteen-story property (19th - 37th floors of 41-floor tower, with 6 additional basement levels) was completely renovated in 2019. Each room features a panoramic view of Metropolitan Tokyo (128 twin rooms, 269 double rooms, 12 Western-style suite rooms, and 2 Japanese-style suite rooms). Floors 32 to 37 are Executive Floors, offering upgraded bathroom amenities – L'OCCITANE (Mer & Mistral for suite rooms and Verbena for non-suite rooms). Luxury floor guests can also access to the 35th Floor Executive Lounge.
The Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from Shibuya Station, providing access to numerous train and subway lines. From there, it is a 2-minute train ride to the dynamic youth culture of Harajuku and the tranquility of neighboring Meiji Jingu Shrine.
The dining options at the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel include bars and a Jazz Club. Japanese restaurant, SAKURAGAOKA, is newly opened as of June 2021 and showcases the beauty of the four seasons. RYOTEI SUKIYA offers omotenashi hospitality in its Noh stage theatre-designed restaurant, where guests savor authentic, multi-course Kaiseki Cuisine. There is also a 20-meter indoor swimming pool and a jacuzzi at the fitness club. All of this provides relax time in the heart of Tokyo.
Book via the website www.tokyuhotelsjapan.com. Rates for Standard Twin/King ¥21,500- (excluding breakfast) per night/person (service charge included), plus taxes. Executive Twin/King ¥31,000- (excluding breakfast) per night/person (service charge included), plus taxes. Junior Suite ¥48,000- (excluding breakfast) per night/person (service charge included), plus taxes.
Address & Contact Information for the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel
Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel: 26-1 Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8512
Tel: +81(0)3-3479-3000 / Fax: +81(0) 3-3476-3001 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact in the USA
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