Tokyo is the dream destination for many travellers who like to explore unique cultures, taste amazing food and be surrounded by the tallest, most impressive buildings. However, the natural rhythm of this city can be surprisingly exhausting to those used to calmer lives in less crowded cities. That’s why the place you choose to stay during your visit to Tokyo is crucial to make your trip one of the most pleasant ones you’ve ever had in your entire life! And why not treat yourself to a well-deserved stay in one of Tokyo’s incredible luxury hotels? If you can afford it, why should you let this opportunity pass you by?
We’ve selected 10 of Tokyo’s best luxury hotels where you’re guaranteed to have the best accommodation the city has to offer along with the chance to get massages, spa treatments, swimming sessions and see the best views of the city from your own hotel. Sounds just like what you’ve been dreaming of for years, doesn’t it? Go on, book your flight and choose one of our 13 suggestions and your dream will come true!
Let’s start with the most expensive hotel on this list: the Ritz-Carlton Tokyo. Now, this one may not be for everyone’s wallet but it surely offers luxurious accommodation along with the very best services. Located in the Roppongi area in Tokyo’s tallest building, Ritz-Carlton lets you see the city from a perfect vantage point, all the way to Mount Fuji. Featuring an indoor pool and 8 dining options, this hotel has everything you need to have an unforgettable stay: a spa, saunas, a gym, live music at the restaurants, a fancy bar and incredible rooms you won’t want to leave. How can you resist?
Mandarin Oriental is located in the historical Nihonbashi area in the heart of Tokyo and offers outstanding accommodation and services. Featuring impressive restaurants and an award-winning spa, this hotel also has some of the most spacious rooms in the city, offering amazing city views. There is also a fitness room, a hot tub, sauna and spa treatments, all for you to enjoy. Needless to say that Mandarin Oriental exists to make its guests feel special and the happiest they’ve ever been. Make sure you’re part of the group!
Mandarin Oriental Tokyo
Address: Chuo-ku Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-1-1
Fitness centre Physical distancing rules followed Children television networks Dry cleaning Face masks for guests available Smoke alarms Facilities for disabled guests Spa and wellness centre
The Peninsula Tokyo, like every other hotel in this list, will pamper you until you feel like the most special human being on Earth. It features a spa centre, a fitness club with a swimming pool and sun loungers with great views to the Imperial Palace Gardens, and a variety of restaurants. The luxurious rooms all have a living area with sofas and a wide-screen TV, a dressing area, mood lighting and the comfiest bed you’ll ever sleep in. You can ask for massages and beauty treatments and even get advice from a nutritionist! And how about getting the fanciest airport ride in a Rolls-Royce limousine? You’ll feel like a celebrity at this hotel!
Located in the centre of the Marunouchi business district, Palace Hotel Tokyo is a luxury hotel with not one, not two, but seven restaurants, a spa, a fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool. Its elegant look and cosy ambience will only make you want to sleep in and stay there all day, getting pampered like you deserve. The rooms are spacious and include a large LCD TV, a blu-ray/DVD player and all the modern amenities you need to have a wonderful stay. This hotel will make sure you remember it forever.
Located minutes from the main metro stations of the city, The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho is a great option for those who want to be in easy access of Tokyo’s main attractions. The hotel features a sake bar, a sushi restaurant and a teppanyaki restaurant, as well as a fitness centre and a spa. The rooms are air-conditioned and include a flat-screen TV, a desk, a minibar and coffee/tea making facilities. Each room is also provided with an en suite bathroom equipped with a bathtub and shower, free toiletries, slippers and bathrobes so you don’t have to carry any of that in your luggage. This hotel is a wonderful but more affordable option for a luxurious stay in the heart of Tokyo.
Overlooking the Imperial Palace, Shangri-La Hotel has a perfect location and even more perfect rooms. It features a heated indoor pool and a spa, a health club and several restaurants serving local and international food. The rooms are classy, elegant and spacious, with floor-to-ceiling windows with city or bay views. Each one includes an en suite bathroom and modern amenities you can use to make your stay even greater. Shangri-La Hotel is the bonus to your trip to Japan!
The recently renovated Tokyo Station Hotel is a true beauty. Its gorgeous rooms decorated in a classical European style will sweep you off your feet and the first thing you’ll want to do is to sit down and admire them. This hotel is a perfect combination of modernity and plush decor and features an on-site spa, a fitness centre and several restaurants where you can try different Japanese delicacies. There is also an impressive buffet breakfast available every morning with more than 70 items to try! Tokyo Station Hotel is unique in many aspects and it’s impossible not to love it.
With its perfect central location, Conrad Tokyo is a lovely option for those who want to stay right where the magic happens. This hotel features modern, functional rooms, award-winning restaurants and a spa with beautiful city views. Take a dip at the picturesque indoor pool after a long day of walking around the city and then choose one (or several) beauty treatments and massages at the Mizuki Spa. After all, you came to Tokyo to have your dream holiday, didn’t you?
Situated in Marunouchi, Tokyo, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo offers excellent accessibility to guests traveling to Tokyo whether for business or for pleasure. This strategically-located hotel is adjacent to Tokyo Station – a four-minute walk from the Yaesu South Exit (Yaesu Minami-Guchi) of Tokyo Station, a five-minute walk from the Imperial Palace, and a ten-minute walk from the shopping center of Ginza. Car services, airport greeting services, and complimentary platform-greeting services are also available to assist your way to the hotel. You’ll then be pampered with luxurious modern rooms, accompanied by well-planned facilities including a spa, on-site restaurant and bar, gym, traditional Japanese bath, boutique, and children’s amenities. With a touch of neutral tones, these family-oriented hotel interiors are also furnished with elegant fixtures and furniture to make the ambiance more relaxing, fitted for a multifunction workspace. End your day with a relaxing picture-window view of Tokyo’s night scene on a comfortable Four Seasons bed.
Andaz, derived from the Hindi word, means “personal style”. True to its term, Andaz Tokyo – A Concept by Hyatt is a combination of modern, traditional, and Japanese styles where you can enter as a visitor and depart as a local. Located in Toranomon, Minato, this hotel is a 15-minute walk from Tokyo Tower, an 18-minute walk from Imperial Palace and a 5-minute walk from Toranomon Subway Station. With a Japanese touch, the room interior, as well as other common rooms, are accented with bold clean lines, warm colors, and wood designs. Each room is equipped with five-star amenities like complimentary food and drinks, and domestic phone calls, for a comfortable stay. The hotel itself offers a spa, gym, and an indoor pool with a view. Tavern – Grill and Lounge comes with a superb experience as it excels in making European dishes using fresh Japanese produce and an awesome city view on the roof-top bar.
Enjoy the clean, spacious and modern room accommodation at The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel. With a floor-to-ceiling picture-perfect view, delight in the comfortable bed, minibar, ensuite bathroom, and air condition or heater. Other services/amenities like a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, desk, electric kettle, coffee machine, personal locker, refrigerator, and hotel toiletries, with slippers and robes are also available. The hotel’s interior focuses on sleek, clean and light-toned array of furnishings with a repeating pattern of waves and grids. These features are highly imbued with the hotel’s amenities including the spectacular bar, on-site restaurants (Japanese and Mediterranean), hotel entrance lobby, and swimming pool. It is located at Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo. So if you want to explore other places in Tokyo, you can do so with the nearby Akasaka-Mitsuke Station, Nagatacho Station, and Tokyo Station.
12. Aman Tokyo
# # #Aman Tokyo 's Suites offer panoramic views of the sparkling city at night. Cocoon yourself in an exclusive sanctuary high above the busy streets.Posted by Aman Tokyo on Tuesday, 17 March 2020
Escape the city, relax at the ryokan-inspired rooms, find tranquility at the wellness spa, and feast at the fine-dining restaurant at Aman Tokyo. Inspired from traditional Japanese residence, rooms feature a luxurious view of Imperial Palace Gardens and Mt. Fuji. The interior’s luxurious modern design does not leave Japanese culture behind with local accents – a true sense of preserving traditions. Aman Spa offers Kampo healing, zen philosophy and seasonal herbs and flowers in a 2500 sq.m. (26,909 sq.ft.) massage sanctuary with a breathtaking view of the Mount Fuji peak. Inspired by the Japanese principle of nature and balance, the spa is also equipped with hot baths and steam rooms, a 30-meter pool with a view, a fitness center, and a yoga and pilates studio. After a relaxing massage, give in to your appetite and enjoy a lavish meal based on two cuisines – Italian and Japanese. Aman Restaurant is open for both guests and non-guests alike.
Address: The Otemachi Tower, 1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004, Japan
You may experience authentic Japanese culture and architecture with this renowned and luxurious hotel – HOSHINOYA Tokyo. Ryokan in nature, this sanctuary is a perfect option for travelers who want to know what Japan was like in the past. Each floor has a lounge called “ochanoma”, used as a living space for guests where they can drink tea, read books or simply chat with other guests. Be immersed in the Japanese interiors that feature a marriage of traditional and contemporary – captured by the minimalist and natural elements with intricate accents and good craftsmanship. Each room, supplied with hotel essentials, is fitted out with furniture resembling the Japanese traditional style. Complete your experience with their customary hot spring bath and outdoor bath, spa therapy, and other Japanese-immersion activities. This gem is located in the heart of Tokyo, near Tokyo Station, Kanda Myojin Shrine, Yasukuni Shrine, and the Imperial Palace.
Address: Chiyoda-ku Otemachi 1-9-1
Japan: the island of the best luxury hotels
If you’re not impressed by any of the hotels on this list, you must be from another planet where luxury hotels are better than the ones in Japan. Every single one of the hotels we’ve mentioned is sure to impress you at every level, from the rooms to the services provided to the views you get to see every day as you wake up. If you’re visiting Japan on your dream trip, you should definitely consider making it the very best journey you’ve ever taken and that includes staying somewhere as great as these hotels we’ve just shown you. Go on, treat yourself and just book it; we know you want to!
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