All You Can Drink: 7 Best Free-Flowing Drinks in Tokyo

All-You-Can-Drink Champagne at Top-Rated Hotels in Tokyo

If you are a tourist looking for fabulous night out with a reasonable price, or a business traveler seeking for a place to chill out after work, or simply a person who enjoys drinking, this articles is highly recommended to read!

Did you know there are some luxurious hotels in Tokyo offering all-you-can-drink with great deals?? If you think about ordinal all-you-can-drinks from Izakaya or bars, this is quite different. Here are 7 gorgeous hotels offering a wide range of premium alcohol beverage including champagnes, and some are located at upper floors offering stunning night views!

You can enjoy free-flowing drinks at gorgeous hotels with nice views in Tokyo at an affordable rate. Here are 7 best hotels offering all-you-can drink deals in Tokyo including champagne.

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1. Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo


The British style bar, Le Jardin is located at the 3rd floor of the five star hotel Chizanso, and the bar offers “Premium Champagne Hour” through the year. Champagnes including Nicolas Feuillatte and Taittinger Brut and over 100 kinds of cocktails can be enjoyed with free-flowing style for 90 mins.

The hotel also holds an exclusive summer event called “Champagne Garden” at Serenity Garden (5F). The event enters its 5th year and available from 21st July-30th September 2017. Guests can enjoy 4 kinds of bottomless champagne, plus a glass of summer exclusive Moët & Chandon Ice Imperial, served chilled with ice cubes, which is offered exclusively to each guests.


While sipping cool bubbles, enjoy nibbling Biscuits Roses, the famous champagne snack from France. Both plans are available with advanced booking.


Hour: 6:00PM-/5:00PM-8:00PM(Champagne Garden)

Rate: JPY6,500/9,000 (Champagne Garden)

Time: 90 mins

Reservation: +81 (0)3–3943–5489 (9:00 am to 8:00 pm)

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2. ANA InterContinental Tokyo

© 2017 The Hotelier Group Akasaka K.K.

The Champagne Bar is a New York style bar located at the 3rd floor of the high-end hotel, ANA Intercontinental Tokyo. The bar offers some exclusive free-flow champagne plans with your choice of Chef’s ‘Elegant Creations’ tapas menu. The number of kinds of champagne depends on the course.

There is live Jazz music at the Champagne Bar 4 times daily, 40 min each, with Piano playing along with different instruments such as Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute or Violin.

Each plan is for 2 hours, however, the bar currently offers “Super Monday” till 25th September, which guests can extend their 2 hours course (Silver and Gold courses) without paying extra, only on every Monday.

Access: 1 min walk from Tameike-Sanno Station 13th Exit

Hour: 5:00PM-10:00PM (Mon-Sat)/4:00PM-8:00PM (Sun&Holidays)

Rate: JPY5,950(Blonze)/6,950(Silver)/12,800(Gold)

Time: 2 hours


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3. Aman Tokyo

The Lounge by Aman Tokyo is a luxurious bar situated at 33rd floor of the hotel. This autumn, the bar is offering a free-flow plan called “THE BLACK BAR”. As you can see from its name, the theme of the plan is black, and drinks, food, tableware and interior of the bar is turning into black.

Over 40 kinds of drinks are available with free-flow, including over 20 original black cocktails, black label whiskey, black beer, black tea, etc, and black appetizer. Try these signature black cocktails such as Aman Black Espresso Martini and Blackberry Cooler. The special meal will be served with an order-made black stands.

Enjoy relaxing and chic moment at the spacey lounge with the 8m high ceiling and glass walls. The plan can be upgraded to free-flow champagne plan.

Access: 5 mins walk from Tokyo Station Marunouchi North Exit

Hour (“The Black Bar” Plan): 5:30PM-9:30PM(Last Order)

Rate: JPY6,900/9,600(with free-flow Champagne)

Time: 2 hours

Reservation: +81 (0)3-5224-3339

4. Park Hyatt Tokyo

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As of the appearance on the famous movie “Lost in Translation”, Park Hyatt Tokyo is now one of the most popular hotels in Tokyo among foreign visitors. The Peak Bar is located at the 41st floor of the hotel, opens at 5 pm around the sunset time.

Their free-flow plan “Twilight Time” offers various kinds of beverage including wine, beer and cocktails, and buffet style canapes (light meal) for only 4,000 yen. There is live music by DJ from Wednesday to Saturday.

After the sunset, the stunning overlook view of Tokyo can be enjoyed. It’s highly recommended to have the seats by the window.

Access: 8 mins walk from Tocho-mae Station (Toei Oedo Line)

Hour: 5:00PM-8:00PM

Rate: JPY4,000

Reservation: unavailable

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5. Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo

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MOTIF RESTAURANT & BAR is located Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo, which is only a few steps away from Tokyo Station. The bar offers great panoramic view of Tokyo Station and Marunouchi area.

Their free-flow plan, “CHAMPAGNE FREE FLOW PACKAGE” is with select Champagne, wines, cocktails and drinks as much as you can, and fresh French cuisine by MOTIF’s head chef Hiroyuki Asano.

The plan can be upgraded to “First class of the month”, which includes top Maison’s champagne, Spumante, and wine of the month and it’s highly recommended.

Access: 3mins walk from Tokyo Station Yaesu South Exit

Hour: 5:00PM-9:00PM(Weekday)/3:00–9:00PM(Weekend&Holidays)

Rate: JPY7,000/+JPY2,800(Upgrade to “First Class of the Month”)

Time: 2 hours

Reservation: +81 (0)3-5222–7222

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6. The Prince Park Tower Tokyo


Sky Lounge “Stellar Garden” is located at the 33rd floor of The Prince Park Tower Tokyo. The hotel is situated right in front of Tokyo Tower, and the bar is an exclusive venue to enjoy the spectacular view of golden-orange tower.

The bar offers Twilight Plan including over 40 kinds of cocktails, wine, beer with free-flow as well as appetizer and main dish.

There are 3 types of seats available at the bar, the counter with Tokyo’s skyscrapers view, pair seats and salon area. The pair seats by the window is only available for 5 couples.

The plan is available only during week till 30th September, and advance booking is required.

Access: 2 mins walk from Akabanebashi Station Akabanebashi Exit (Toei Oedo Line)

Hour: 5:00PM-7:30AM (Mon-Sat)

Rate: JPY4,800(Lady)/5,800(Gentleman)/7,500(Window tables)

Time: 2 hours

Reservation: +81 (0)3–5400–1154

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7. Hilton Tokyo

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Hilton Hotel’s Bar&Lounge ZATTA offers “women only” free-flow champagne everyday.

The venue is as gorgeous as Shinjuku should be, with the lavish deep red wall and lavish atmosphere with loudly live music of DJ, Pops and R&B. Enjoy the Shinjuku style extravaganza night.

The plan includes a variety of original cocktails served by each bartender, Moët & Chandon and champagne cocktails with free-flow style for 90 mins. Of course, they serve appetizers and burgers which go well with the drinks.

Access: 10 mins walk from Shinjuku Station

Hour: 11:00AM-6:00PM (Last Entry)

Rate: JPY3,500 (Food excluded)

Time: 90 mins


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What did you think about these deals?? Considering the class of these hotels and the quality of drinks, the suggested free-flow plans are very reasonable and it’s a great way to forget the daily life and spend the fabulous time for one night.

Some of plans are only available during summer, so if you are looking for a place to relax with chilled champagne and cocktails, how about visiting one of these bars 😉 For more info about Tokyo, check these articles below.

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