4 Business Friendly Hotels in Tokyo - Updated 2024

Sarah
Sarah 
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When it’s time for a business trip, what does your ideal hotel look like? Simple and sophisticated for independent remote work? How about a luxurious facility with exclusive meeting rooms if you’re looking to leave an impression? From simplicity to first-class treatment, or anywhere in between, Tokyo can offer hotels of all kinds for your accommodation needs. Check out the top 4 business friendly hotels that provide excellent services to assist in getting your work done while visiting Tokyo.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on June 20, 2024.

1. Simple and Smart: Via Inn Asakusa (from USD 37)

Located in the heart of the beautiful Asakusa district in East Tokyo, the Via Inn offers a business friendly atmosphere with quick service, modern suites, and amenities available for those traveling on the job.

Facilities at the Via Inn Asakusa consist of various sized meeting rooms, laundry services, safety deposit boxes, as well as faxing and photocopying services. Just when work may seem overwhelming, enjoy a relaxing massage to relieve your stress.

The Asakusa district is a great location to stay, offering beautiful, green landscapes. Experience the rich Japanese culture just minutes from the hotel, including the famous Asakusa and Mitsumine Shrines.

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Via Inn Asakusa

Address: Taito-ku, Asakusa 2-33-7
6.92 km (4.3 mi) from Hamarikyu Gardens

Newspapers Fax/photocopying Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning Lift Non-smoking rooms Security alarm Shared stationery such as printed menus, magazines, pens, and paper removed Ironing service

2. Business Luxury: The Westin Tokyo (from USD 606)

Get ready to work, play, and relax in luxury, for The Westin Tokyo hotel is designed to make every business traveler feel like an executive VIP.

Enjoy flat panel televisions in every suite for relaxing entertainment (satellite channels included), receive the daily newspaper delivered per your request, and concentrate on business at a comfortable, executive-styled work desk accompanied with a dual-line speakerphone, including international direct dialing.

Not to mention, the high-speed Wifi is free for Starwood Hotel Members, or only 1,500 JPY (12.82 USD) per day. When you have free time from your work, take a walk outside and enjoy the local attractions nearby, including the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, Yebisu Garden Palace, the Museum of Photography, plenty of restaurants, and areas to go shopping.

Located just south of center Tokyo, The Westin Hotel is a great spot to stay if you prefer to experience luxury at its finest with an amazing city right at your doorstep.

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The Westin Tokyo

Wifi Available

Address: Meguro-ku, Mita 1-4-1
4.8 km (3.0 mi) from Hamarikyu Gardens

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Fitness centre

3. Home Away from Home: Tokyu Stay Higashi-Ginza (from USD 89)

With simple style, light accenting colours, and all the amenities to make you feel at home, Tokyu Stay Higashi-Ginza is the perfect place to set up for work whilst settling into home-style comfort.

Each suite provides guests with sizable beds, a work desk, washer/dryer, and a kitchenette with a built in microwave and hot plate, perfectly sized for small meals and storing delicious leftovers.

Enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout the entire facility, and a trouser press for those in need of a spruce before heading out to explore the Ginza area. Tokyu Stay Higashi-Ginza sits directly across from Tsukiji Fish Market, an excellent place to visit for sushi lovers. You cannot beat the price for comfort and convenience at this hotel!

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Tokyu Stay Tsukiji

Address: Chuo-ku Tsukiji 4-11-5
948 meters (0.6 ft) from Hamarikyu Gardens

24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Dry cleaning Internet services Lift Heating Fax/photocopying Luggage storage

4. All About Business: Tokyo Marriott Hotel (from USD 207)

Looking for a perfect place to hold a professional business meeting or catered event? The Tokyo Marriott Hotel is designed with the business traveler in mind, offering a wide variety of amenities and facilities for those looking to have a smooth and successful business trip.

Reserve a business suite and enjoy a mixed interior of contemporary and rich Japanese cultural designs, as well as grand views of Tokyo Bay and the city’s central areas. The suites also come with access to the Executive Lounge, which offers private meetings rooms, workstations, and a full food and beverage service.

In addition to the business-friendly suites, the Tokyo Marriott Hotel houses nine event rooms with a capacity of 1,000 guests for large or multiple events. If you’re looking for a smaller space, revel in one of the Marriott’s high class restaurants for exclusive meetings and drinks.

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Tokyo Marriott Hotel

Address: Shinagawa-ku Kitashinagawa 4-7-36
4.86 km (3.1 mi) from Hamarikyu Gardens

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Garden Non-smoking rooms

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