Each floor has have the exclusive lounge for guests staying on the same floor. However, once some guests start using this space as if they are at a local dive bar, you can't stay here long.

Talking about a view from the room, Aman Tokyo, which is just around the corner from here, is much nicer. But no problem. Here, the main thing is the hot spring.

And this is the hot spring. I didn't expect I would enjoy an open-air hot spring bath in Otemachi. A cave-like design in the bath room is perhaps a homage to the Meditation Bath in Hoshino's original resort in Karuizawa. I quite like the quality and temperature of their natural hot spring water pumped up from 1500 meters underground. Thanks to Hoshinoya, Tokyo is now a little bit closer to Budapest.