Each floor has an 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, is much nicer. But no problem. The main thing here is a hot spring.

And this is the hot spring. I didn't expect to enjoy an open-air hot spring bath in Otemachi. A cave-like design in the bathroom 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 1,500 meters underground. Thanks to Hoshinoya, Tokyo is now a little bit closer to Budapest.