1 Oct 2023 By May Ng

The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, Hotel Toranomon Hills Tokyo

Slated to debut on 6 December as the first property in Tokyo under The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, Hotel Toranomon Hills will start taking reservations for accommodation from today. Situated at the heart of Tokyo’s new global business hub, Hotel Toranomon Hills offers modern travelers and cosmopolitan professionals a sophisticated and comfortable space to rest, work and play. It occupies a prime location on the ground floor and floors 11 to 14 of the newly constructed Toranomon Hills Station Tower, which is directly connected to the subway station within one of Tokyo’s leading developments, Toranomon Hills.

Hyatt and Sergio Herman Group will launch Le Pristine Tokyo at the hotel. This will be the first restaurant in Asia by acclaimed Dutch chef Sergio Herman, who will bring his Michelin-star “Le Pristine” from Antwerp, Belgium to Tokyo. Le Pristine Tokyo will comprise an immersive, casual fine dining restaurant and café on the street level of Toranomon Hills Station Tower, bringing together food, fashion, design, art, and music for a gastronomic celebration. Poised to elevate the dining scene in Toranomon Hills, it will serve contemporary European cuisine that combines carefully selected seasonal ingredients from the Zeeland region of the Netherlands and Japan. Chef Sergio will also provide culinary oversight over the hotel’s breakfast service, which will be available at the café and bar or through in-room dining.

Also making its debut in Japan is one of the leading Danish design studios Space Copenhagen, which designed the interior of all 205 rooms in the hotel, including its 30 suites, as well as Le Pristine Tokyo. The timeless and minimalist design of the guest rooms take inspiration from Danish and Japanese aesthetics, creating private spaces where guests can unwind effortlessly, relaxing in the comforting sensation of having returned home.