The discreet entrance of the Hotel Seiyo, in the city's upscale Ginza district, is part of its understated charm.
The discreet entrance of the boutique-sized Hotel Seiyo, in the city's upscale Ginza shopping district, is part of its understated charm. Renowned for setting a high standard of traditional Japanese hospitality, the property perfectly blends Asian graciousness and European-inspired décor. The lobby is a marble-clad extravaganza with an imposing staircase and massive flower displays, and service is top-notch with a butler and personal concierge assigned to every room. The hotel's quiet elegance may lend it the air of a well-kept secret, but word is out on the Michelin-starred Mao, serving some of the city's best sushi in a dining room designed by kabuki actor Ebizo Ichikawa. Equally renowned is the elegant Répertoire, a French restaurant that continuously tops the city's dining lists.
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