HotelsThe 205-room Hotel Toranomon Hills features a celebrity chef.

Unbound by borders, Hyatt debuts luxury brand in Tokyo

The lounge at Hotel Toranomon Hills.
The lounge at Hotel Toranomon Hills.

Hyatt Hotels’ Unbound Collection is heading for Tokyo and a location within the city’s emerging business centre at Toranomon Hills.

In a management agreement with a Mori Building affiliate, Hotel Toranomon Hills - part of the new Toranomon Hills Station Tower – is due to open in late 2023.

The 205-room luxury hotel will debut The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand in Tokyo and feature interiors designed by Space Copenhagen, a top Danish design studio, marking its first project in Japan. 

At the social heart of the hotel, the lounge - located across the 11th and 12th floors - incorporates an “active zone” with co-working stations, meeting rooms and complimentary refreshments alongside a relaxation zone and shower facilities for hotel guests who arrive early or have late departures. 

The fine-casual restaurant will feature contemporary European cuisine accentuated with fresh produce from Zeeland, the Dutch homeland of entrepreneur-chef Sergio Herman. This will be the celebrity chef’s first foray into Japan.

Toranomon Hills Station Tower will be directly connected to Toranomon Hills Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya subway line and will house office space, restaurants, and a multifunctional complex on its top floors incorporating a main hall, galleries and studios, plus Vertical Garden City initiatives for greenery and biodiversity, including a rooftop garden, steeped gardens, flowing streams and a swimming pool.

Hotel Toranomon Hills will occupy part of the tower’s first floor as well as its 11th to 14th floors.

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