Top 3 Hotels in Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan

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Roppongi, one of Tokyo’s most famous entertainment districts, is always massively crowded and somewhat on the pricey side. Hotels in Roppongi particularly have a significant reputation–but with an exceptional price tag attached. We admit, it won’t be cheap, but it’s well worth it to maximize the quality of your stay by stopping by at some of the best accommodations in the area. We made sure that all hotels are within easy walking distance of popular tourist locations such as Roppongi Midtown and Roppongi Hills, with bonus services such as free breakfasts and many amenities. Read on for Trip101’s selection of the best hotels that Roppongi has to offer.

1. Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Roppongi (from USD 113)

Hotel Villa Fontaine

We will first introduce to you a hotel that is recommended for people who wish to enjoy all the splendor of Roppongi at a reasonable price. Hidden away in a corner of the Izumi Garden, the Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Roppongi sits a few minutes away from Roppongi-itchome station.

The hotel is composed of five stories and 189 guestrooms. In front of the entrance is a large foyer, to the left of which you can also view the entrance to the multi-complex facility of Izumi Garden Tower. There are many restaurants as well as a parking lot.

The hotel’s opulent, high-ceiling lobby boasts a luxurious marble front desk, tall, slim tables and chairs, as well as white-and-black geometric flooring. The large windows overlook the Izumi Garden. There is also an elevator hall with beautiful red plush sofas and a space with a vending machine, coin laundry, ice maker, and microwave. The upper floors are devoted to the guest rooms. There are a variety of guest rooms, with the twin room offering a semi-double size bed. The brown-themed room with its furniture and bedding create a relaxing atmosphere. All rooms have a TV, fridge, humidifier, ironing items, and free LAN Internet. What’s more, within the deep recesses of the room, you will find a massage chair. Inside the drawer of the TV cabinet, you will find a teakettle and cups for having relaxing afternoon tea. The shower room comprises a large bathtub and is replete with amenities.

From 7:00 to 9:30 AM, there is free breakfast in the first-floor lobby. Both Western-style and Japanese-style buffet items are served, with the soup of the day and salad proving particularly popular items. You can also enjoy the other standard breakfast items of yogurt, fruit, milk, and coffee amidst the exquisite red and white roses that adorn the tabletops. While the lobby is used as a breakfast place in the morning, it is also often used to hold jazz concerts in the evenings, which can be viewed for free. Here, drinks can be purchased at 500 JPY (4.50 USD).


Hotel Villa Fontaine Grand Tokyo-Roppongi

Address: Minato-ku Roppongi 1-6-2

Safety deposit box Lift Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines Process in place to check health of guests First aid kit available Air conditioning Newspapers Cashless payment available

2. Hotel and Residence Roppongi (from USD 90)

Even within the business area of Roppongi, you can find a calm and relaxing place such as the luxurious Hotel and Residence Roppongi. The place is surprisingly quiet for an area that is situated in one of the most exciting corners of Roppongi. Billing itself as a secret hideaway for grown-ups, this boutique hotel offers spacious, Zen-influenced suites and is well positioned near the Tokyo Metro train station and Azabu crossing.

A supreme blend of stylishness and ambience, the Hotel and Residence Roppongi is a building that was completely renovated and opened in 2012 under the work of a design team headed by two spirited architects who won the Good Design Award for their skilled efforts.

The function of the hotel is split largely into three categories: the “Roppongi Hotel S,” which serves as the actual hotel; “COCONOMA Season Dining,” which provides meals and drinks; and rental housing of residences and service apartments. Of these three, we would like to introduce to you the details of “Roppongi Hotel S,” which is based on the concept of “metropolitan hideout for adults who wish to learn fun.” Scrupulous attention to hospitality and details is paid of the 47 guestrooms that create the small hotel.

Every guestroom is different from the general hotel. For example, every room features traditional Japanese elements such as “Zen,” “Rin,” “Sazanami” (ripple), “Kuuchuu-teien” (aerial garden), and “Nakaniwa” (courtyard). The hotel is truly a place for meditation in the middle of the city.

Out of the many restaurants that surround the hotel, surely there is no finer choice than the one that stands in front of the hotel’s lobby. COCONOMA Season Dining, based on the concept of dining with wine and chopsticks, is a hotel dining area that has gaining widespread attention equivalent to the repute the hotel has itself gained. The menu is replete with playful combinations of Kyoto-style and Italian dishes, with exotic wine and Japanese twists applied to Western dishes.

The hotel also does apartment rentals, complete with furniture, that allow for temporary luxury or the apartment-office life. You can register it as part of a company office and live out a style of life where the workplace is brought into the hotel.


Roppongi Hotel S

Address: Minato-ku, Nishiazabu 1-11-6

Free WiFi Luggage storage 24-hour front desk Ironing service Trouser press Smoke alarms Non-smoking throughout Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays

3. Grand Hyatt Tokyo (from USD 250)

Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user moore used under CC BY-SA 3.0

Rising serenely out and above the city’s busiest area, the five-star Grand Hyatt Tokyo is one of the foundational features of Roppongi Hills, represented by other famous facilities such as Mori Art Gallery and TOHO Cinemas. Hidden away in the elegant gardens of Roppongi, the hotel caters for locals on weekend escapes and celebrities seeking a little quiet and privacy. It stands as a beacon of information transmission as numerous celebrities and entrepreneurs have set up company offices within the Roppongi Hills Residence–in fact, the headquarters of Television Asahi is set up within the facility.

Exhibitions centered on modern art are held in cultural facilities such as Mori Art Gallery and Mori Art Center Gallery. These galleries market in such a manner to continually target the curiosity of consumers, such as total producers and modern artists the likes of Takashi Murakami. As a result, many people have visited Academy Hills out of curiosity.

While the Grand Hyatt Tokyo may emit an air of grandeur on the exterior, within one can find modern art and objects adorning every surface. The gallery specializes in contemporary art made by budding young Tokyo artists. Built by architect William Pedersen, this large-scale structure models after architecture found in New York. This is the very same architect who worked on the architectural design used for the central towers of Nagoya station. For visiting New Yorkers, this is sure to be a throwback to home!

There is welcome drink service in the club lounge when you arrive in the afternoon, including evening cocktails and canapés. The wood and beige-colored theme of the lobby evoke warmth to the interior design, bringing a calming sense of community to what’s otherwise a high-class and stylish facility. For breakfast and lunch, you can lounge at the Italian restaurant Fiorentina, where the Pastry Boutique is the king of kingly pastries. You can enjoy it together with a tea or coffee, delivered in a large mug.


Grand Hyatt Tokyo

9.16 User Rating

Address: 6-10-3 Roppongi,Minato-Ku, Tokyo

Free wi-fi Self service parking (charges apply) Valet parking (charges apply) Bar Room service Restaurant 24 hour room service Indoor swimming pool

Great hotels in Roppongi

That was our selection of three super hotels in Roppongi! We hope you consider your stay in the luxurious and spectacular Roppongi, where there is no end to the variety in culture, shopping, gourmet, and more!

Disclosure: Trip101 selects the listings in our articles independently. Some of the listings in this article contain affiliate links.

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