AMAN TOKYO, the Japanese capital's most luxurious hotel (PHENOMENAL): impressions & review

AMAN TOKYO, the Japanese capital's most luxurious hotel (PHENOMENAL): impressions & review



Read here my review of Aman Tokyo (pros & cons): http://wp.me/p4d1XU-F1e

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22 thoughts on “AMAN TOKYO, the Japanese capital's most luxurious hotel (PHENOMENAL): impressions & review

  1. Haruna Komuku says:

    I used to work at Aman Tokyo myself way before your visit. I spotted some of my colleagues in the video. Hehe Thanks for filming it beautifully. I can see you paid lots of attention not to disturb other guests 🙂 Hope you can come back there again.. hopefully soon!

  2. Saraa Taqal says:

    المكان رسمي لدرجة ما تحس ودك تقضي فيه اجازتك احس يناسب رجال الأعمال أو إلي رايحين كذا اسبوع عمل راجعين

  3. Fitz Richards says:

    Too meditative. Kind remind me of morgue. Not for vibrant people or youngs..IKEA like furniture not luxurious just mediocrity at best. Feel like commit suicide.

  4. Duane Russell Veluz says:

    What's the difference of the concierge from the ground floor then up to the main lobby? This is probably my fifth time watching this video (It's just that good). I do like the hotel, but I just couldn't understand the idea of having two concierges. I hope you or other followers can enlighten me with this one. Thank you

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