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Hotels With Swimming Pool In Tokyo, Japan - Updated 2020

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Tokyo is a concrete jungle, and the skyscrapers are reaching for the sky across the entire city. Tourists from across the world visit Tokyo for business and pleasure; the Japanese culture is amongst the most unique in the world and travelers crave to experience it for themselves. The hotels in Tokyo are equipped to offer the best services and facilities to their guests, and one of the best features they can have is a swimming pool. From outdoor swimming pools to heated indoor swimming pools, these hotels in Tokyo with swimming pools offer an excellent variety to those who love a good swim. Read on to learn about the best hotels in Tokyo, with a swimming pool.

1. Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo (from USD 336)

The Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo is one of the most luxurious stays you can experience in Tokyo; it is ideal for guests who are planning to stay in the city for an extended period of time. It has an indoor pool on the 22nd floor that can be used all year long regardless of the weather outside. The pool is open from 7 AM to 10 PM, ensuring you can enjoy a quick swim at any time of the day. The hotel has other amenities like a gymnasium, and amenities suitable for business travelers like a restaurant, meeting rooms and casual meetup spaces like an outdoor terrace.


Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo

Address: 1-1-1, Otemachi Park Building 22F - 29F
Price: from 336 USD

Business centre Breakfast takeaway containers Indoor pool Pool/beach towels Designated smoking area Smoke alarms Property is cleaned by professional cleaning companies Private parking

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2. The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel (from USD 426)

The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho has an incredible swimming pool that has views that look out on the Tokyo skyline. The indoor pool is heated and suitable for use even in winter, and guests are provided with beach loungers and towels. The hotel also has a spa and a well-appointed fitness center with gym facilities. The hotel is one of the premier luxury hotels in the city and offers an unparalleled hospitality experience. It is in the center of Tokyo with Japan Imperial Palace, Roppongi Hills, National Theatre of Japan, and Tokyo Tower all within 3 km (1.8 miles). The hotel has a concierge service and a host of guest services that you can use.


The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel

Address: Chiyoda-ku, Kioicho 1-2
Price: from 426 USD

Designated smoking area Parking Fire extinguishers Thermometers for guests provided by property Guests have the option to cancel any cleaning services for their accommodation during their stay CCTV outside property Daily housekeeping Face masks for guests available

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3. Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo (from USD 483)

The Shangri-La hotel is the epitome of Japanese hospitality, and the hotel’s best feature is its 20 m (65 ft) indoor swimming pool. The glass windows of the pool look out on to the futuristic Tokyo skyline, and you can enjoy a drink as you relax with a leisurely swim. The hotel is centrally located opposite the Japan Imperial Palace and is about 15 km (9.3 miles) away from the Tokyo Haneda Airport. The other amenities in the hotel include a spa and wellness center which offers authentic Asian massage therapy, a fitness center, and sauna. You can sample excellent cuisines at its restaurants, Nadaman (Japanese), and Piacere (Italian).


Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo

Address: Chiyoda-ku, Marunouchi Trust Tower Main, 1-8-3 Marunouchi,
Price: from 483 USD

Fax/photocopying Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas Daily housekeeping Lockers Safety deposit box Breakfast in the room Facilities for disabled guests Air conditioning

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4. The Prince Park Tower Tokyo (from USD 268)

The Prince hotel is a great luxury hotel in Tokyo and it’s located right by the Tokyo Tower. It makes it convenient for visitors to conduct business as well as entertain at Tokyo’s many attractions. The hotel has a fantastic indoor swimming pool in a large hall with windows that let in natural light that offers a relaxed feeling. It also has a spa with a natural hot spring that is rare in the concrete jungle of Tokyo! You can also use their other amenities like the fitness center, bowling alley, retail stores and beauty salon; you don’t have to step outside to avail any of these facilities!


The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

Address: Minato-ku, Shiba Koen 4-8-1
Price: from 268 USD

Shops (on site) First aid kit available Thermometers for guests provided by property Physical distancing rules followed Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus Room service Face masks for guests available Non-smoking rooms

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5. Hilton Tokyo Hotel (from USD 235)

The Hilton range of hotels has created a mark for themselves across the world, and Hilton Tokyo is no different! The hotel has a spectacular indoor swimming pool that is well-lit and radiates a calm atmosphere. The serene music and lighting ensure you can have a relaxing swim during your stay at the hotel. The hotel itself is located conveniently in the Shinjuku Skyscraper District opposite the Shinjuku Central Park. Its other facilities include a fitness center and a tennis court, which is located on the rooftop with excellent views all around. Guests can enjoy a buffet breakfast and sample authentic Japanese cuisines at its restaurants.


Hilton Tokyo Hotel

Address: Shinjuku-ku, Nishishinjuku 6-6-2
Price: from 235 USD

24-hour security Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas On-site parking Contactless check-in/check-out Heated pool Happy hour Private parking Daily housekeeping

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6. Shinagawa Prince Hotel (from USD 146)

The Shinagawa Prince Hotel is one of the biggest hotels in Tokyo and spans over 39 floors! It is also one of the rare hotels in Tokyo that has not one, but two swimming pools! The outdoor swimming pool on the terrace is open only during the summers while the heated indoor swimming pool is open through the year. They also run classes for interested guests. The hotel itself seems like a city as it has attractions within the hotel like the Aqua Park Shinagawa, an 11-screen multiplex, an event space for live entertainment, a bowling alley with 80 lanes, 14 indoor golf boxes and nine indoor tennis courts!


Shinagawa Prince Hotel

Address: Minato-ku, Takanawa 4-10-30
Price: from 146 USD

CCTV in common areas Internet services Luggage storage Trouser press Non-smoking rooms Facilities for disabled guests Access to health care professionals Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning

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7. The Capitol Hotel Tokyu (from USD 373)

The Capitol Hotel is a premier destination for travelers in Tokyo, and it has top-notch facilities. One of its best features is the 20m (65 ft) indoor swimming pool; it has several lanes, and one of them is used exclusively for walking. And if you want a more intense experience you can choose the Jacuzzi which is in a separate room with open windows that allow for the breeze to come inside. There is also a gym and a terrace on the same floor. Other facilities at the hotel include restaurants ‘Star Hill Chinese’ and ‘Origami’ that serve excellent food. The hotel has direct metro connections which ensure you can easily commute throughout the city.


The Capitol Hotel Tokyu

Address: Chiyoda-ku Nagatacho 2-10-3
Price: from 373 USD

Barber/beauty shop Parking Indoor pool Massage Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning Special diet menus (on request) 24-hour front desk Currency exchange

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8. Hotel New Otani Tokyo Garden Tower (from USD 283)

The New Otani might be one of the most exclusive and authentic Japanese hotels in Tokyo. The hotel’s premises is on a 400-year-old Japanese garden and offers authentic Japanese experiences like Kimono wearing, tea ceremony, yukata experience, and tours around the city. The hotel has the largest outdoor swimming pool in the garden and is serene by day and turns into a party spot at night complete with DJs and lights. For those who wish for a calmer experience, there is another swimming pool indoors, and other facilities for relaxation like a Jacuzzi, tennis, golf, gym and a spa.


Hotel New Otani Tokyo Garden Tower

Address: Chiyoda-ku Kioicho 4-1
Price: from 283 USD

Tennis court Trouser press Luggage storage Fire extinguishers Process in place to check health of guests Massage On-site parking Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas

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9. Imperial Hotel Tokyo (from USD 450)

The Imperial Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Tokyo and it has been around since 1890. It is located in the upscale Chiyoda district, just minutes away from major attractions. One of the best features of the hotel is the indoor swimming pool that offers brilliant views of the city skyline. If you are looking for more relaxation, there is a sauna and lounge, as well as a massage parlor. You can indulge in self-care at the salons, and enjoy a meal at any of its 13 restaurants within the hotel. Guests love the hospitality offered and enjoy the comfortable rooms with exclusive dining facilities.


Imperial Hotel Tokyo

Address: Chiyoda-ku Uchisaiwai-cho 1-1-1
Price: from 450 USD

Kid meals Sauna VIP room facilities Fitness centre Physical distancing in dining areas Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas Process in place to check health of guests Daily housekeeping

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Enjoy your stay at hotels in Tokyo, with swimming pools

Can’t wait to book your accommodation at these hotels in Tokyo, with a swimming pool? A leisurely swim at the end of the day is the best way to relax after a hectic day out in the city!

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