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Description:In the heart of Yebisu Garden Place, this hotel combines classic European styling with personalized service.
Rooms feature high ceilings and panoramic views of the city, as well as the signature Heavenly Bed.
Six on-site restaurants give guests a variety of dining choices, including traditional Japanese, dim sum, and all-day buffet. Westin's signature all-white Heavenly Beds, with custom-designed pillowtop mattresses, triple sheeting, down blankets, comforters, crisp white duvets, and goosedown pillows can be found in all of this hotel's 455 rooms. Classical European decor contrasts pleasantly with the more technological amenities provided, including dual-line speakerphones, fax machines, voicemail, and the option of either dial-up or high-speed (surcharge) Internet access.
Victor's Petit Vacance - Decor is an eclectic mix of renaissance, rococo and neo-classical; windows look out on Tokyo Bay. A lighter interpretation of Continental cuisine is served, and the wine cellar is extensive.
Mai - Traditional surroundings and Japanese cuisine, specializing in fresh sushi, sashimi, and tempura.
Ryutenmon - Catonese cuisine featuring fresh seafood, with special menus that highlight seasonal delicacies. Dim sum, an extensive a la carte menu, and vintage Chinese rice wines are also available.
Yesibu - Located at the top of the hotel and furnished with Momoyama-period decor, this teppanyaki restaurant commands a breathtaking view over Tokyo as far as Mt. Fuji on a clear day.
The Terrace - Buffet dining in a garden setting, served throughout the day; includes a variety of hors d'oeuvres/appetizers, entrees, and full-course meals.
The Café - Open-kitchen setting, featuring inventive baked goods available to go.
The Compass Rose - Also known as the sky lounge for its view of the city lights, serves both afternoon tea and cocktails.