Tokyo has excellent hotels. Some of the modern 5-star hotels in the Japanese capital are some of the most beautiful urban hotels in the world, and some historic palaces exude an authentic charm.
Tokyo is a huge city, the largest in the world, where almost a quarter of Japanese live. Its 23 districts are cities in their own right. The explosion of sounds, colors, smells and atmosphere, a variety of incredible landscapes is amazing. This land of contrasts lives on day and at night, leaving a unique experience for travelers, completely immersing them in the atmosphere of Japan, which captivates the whole world. From the lush gardens of the Imperial Palace to the bustling shops of Ginza, from the historic Edo period shopping center, and Nihombashi, to the vibrant Shibuya area, not to mention the excursions in Tokyo and nature or Mount Fuji, there is no shortage of objects for curiosity.
Space, a precious commodity in the Japanese capital, is characteristic of the finest hotel complexes, offering the perfect balance between urban dynamism and Japanese tradition. And for even more exclusivity, we offer a unique experience in select hotels in the capital of Japan.
In striking contrast, the hotel has successfully combined the modern comforts of its monolithic tower, adorned in black, with the subtle interior elegance of a traditional ryokan. According to tradition, the ryokan, an old hotel that has hosted travelers since the 16th century, today offers a true immersion in Japanese aesthetics and etiquette.
In the heart of Tokyo’s financial district, you will witness the union of modern architecture and the luxury of Japanese tradition. Follow the instructions and leave your boots at the entrance to walk barefoot on the tatami, and put on a silky kimono before the tea ceremony.
The play of light and shadow, elegant silence in a peaceful atmosphere — the spirit of the ryokan surprises, as if it challenges skyscrapers and the growing modernization of the city. Captivating in aesthetics, Hoshinoya offers a complete immersion in Japanese tradition that begins with an onsen, a hot spring bath extracted from 1,500 meters underground and irrigated on the 17th floor. At the top of the city, under the open sky and glass ceiling, you literally immerse yourself in the culture of the ancestors.
Perfectly located in the heart of the bustling business district of Marunouchi, the hotel offers you the Japanese art of living with high-tech comfort and tradition. Luxurious suites, breathtaking panoramas and popular restaurants give this establishment the undisputed label of the highest-class urban gem, and impeccable service underpins the chain’s reputation.
On the one hand, the noise of the bustling business district of Marunouchi, on the other, the serenity of Hibiya Park and the gardens of the Imperial Palace, not far from the famous Ginza district. Simply put — the location is perfect. From spacious suites to dining options, hotel amenities offer exquisite comfort and culinary delights from Japanese and international cuisine.
Modern elegance. With stunning views of Tokyo, Mandarin Oriental enjoys an exceptional location in the center of Nihonbashi. A fantastic panorama of the capital of Japan opens upon arrival, from the lobby on the 38th floor, will remain in your memory for a long time.
Rooms and suites are the perfect setting for a stay of personalized luxury and sophistication. Ultra-modern and high-tech, they are among the most comfortable in the city and invite you to enjoy chic and elegant comfort. The views of the super metropolis are striking, and stylish interiors are revealed where modern lines and traditions coexist in perfect harmony.
The hotel complex of the famous Hyatt group gained its fame thanks to scenes from the film “Lost in Translation” by the famous director Sofia Coppola and is an integral part of the city landscape. Elegant interiors, breathtaking views of Mount Fuji and the skyline, and a privileged location in Shinjuku Tower from 39th to 52nd floors make the hotel exceptional. A timeless place, sublimated by great dining experiences at the 52nd Floor Bar and Grill, a very popular place among Tokyo’s elite.
Premium class rooms in all. The decoration and design are impeccable, with the neat decoration highlighting the subtle touches of Japanese tradition. The magnificent panoramic view of the Japanese capital immerses you in the true charm of the city from above. What will pleasantly decorate your nights with mesmerizing reflections!
Shangri-La — an elite place in Tokyo
Since opening in 2009, the hotel has quickly established itself as one of the most beautiful in the city. An impeccable location next to Tokyo Train Station, the Imperial Palace and Ginza are just a 10-minute walk away, while the Marunouchi business district is at your feet.
Rooms are at least 50 square meters and are among the largest in the city. Elegantly decorated in a contemporary Japanese style, sophisticated and luxurious at the same time, they offer all the modern comforts. The spa complex is positioned as one of the most luxurious in the city with its 20-meter swimming pool, which gives the impression of floating between illuminated skyscrapers. In terms of food, Piacere is undoubtedly one of the best Italian restaurants in the area. Ultra chic decor and great food.
Originally opened in 1961, the Palace Hotel Tokyo reopened its doors in 2012 after an extensive renovation that brought it back to the fore. If the exterior of the hotel is devoid of charm, then the interiors are very elegant and offer their guests an exceptional style, rich in the past of the imperial city, which echoes the modern metropolis. Light colors and an intimate atmosphere make the rooms particularly magnificent: a minimum area of 45 square meters and marble bathrooms, a real privilege.
Welcome to timeless luxury made in Japan — the quintessence of sophistication, offering you delicate attention solely for your satisfaction. Anne Semonin hygiene products, Evian Spa (second in Asia), 20-meter pool with city views, central location near Tokyo Imperial Palace and Tokyo Station. Your stay will definitely be immersed in the Japanese art of living.
The Ritz-Carlton — a luxury hotel in Tokyo
Located in one of the tallest and most beautiful buildings in the central area of Roppongi — the Midtown Tower (248 meters, 53 floors). The hotel is less hyped than some of its premium competitors, although it does have nice advantages: huge rooms (at least 52 square meters) and refurbished (Sony Bravia TV in the bathroom, Frette linens, Bulgari toiletries, state-of-the-art bar lighting and curtain control, DVD player, luxurious marble bathrooms with walk-in showers and bathtubs). And at an altitude of over 200 meters, the views from the rooms are breathtaking.
As is often the case at the Ritz-Carlton, the style is classic. Of particular note is the luxury of the lobby on the 45th floor, where works of art are exhibited. Over 2000 square meters, ESPA, on the 46th floor, is one of the largest in the city, and the Jacuzzi with panoramic views of Tokyo Tower is enchanting. Hinokizaka Restaurant, Kaiseki Japanese Cuisine, features gorgeous Japanese décor, city views and exceptional cuisine awarded one Michelin star.
The only institution located directly in the iconic Tokyo station. The hotel originally opened its doors to its guests in 1915, a year after Japan’s largest train station opened to the public. Tokyo Station reopened in 2012 after six long years of closure, during which it was completely renovated to offer the city a new luxury establishment.
An absolutely unique Victorian-style building for the Japanese capital. In keeping with the appearance of the station, we are in a very traditional European luxury hotel. The comfort of the rooms is thought out to the smallest detail, and the bathrooms are among the largest in Tokyo. The modern spa is almost 900 square meters.
One of the smallest buildings of the Canadian group in the whole world (57 rooms and suites in total). Located in the heart of Central East Tokyo, next to Tokyo Station and a stone’s throw from the Imperial Palace and Ginza District, thanks to which you can walk to many sights of the capital.
Rooms are large, at least 44 square meters, decorated with amazing Japanese minimalism and the absolute comfort of the Four Seasons. Despite the small size of the entire hotel, the spa is a true oasis of tranquility — faithful to the millennial oriental tradition of well-being, elevates the moment of relaxation to the rank of a philosophy of life.
Hotel Imperial is one of the legendary hotels, with a mythical history and modern splendor. Opened in 1890 at the request of the Japanese aristocracy to accommodate wealthy Western visitors, it was rebuilt in 1923 by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in an ambitious and controversial Mayan revival style and survived the terrible 1923 Kanto earthquake.
The hotel is considered a landmark in the Japanese capital and the largest of the city’s luxury hotels: an excellent location overlooking 16 hectares of Hibiya Park, a huge lobby, comfortable rooms, a rooftop pool overlooking the park, high-quality Japanese and French restaurants (Les Saisons, by multi-star French chef Thierry Voisin) and excellent service in five languages.