popular post today

Top 5 Best Luxury Hotels In Tokyo


Book A Hotel

What are the top 5 best luxury hotels in Tokyo that offer high-end luxury but also the most bang for your buck? When you think of the best, coolest hotels in Tokyo, you think of the ultramodern, of stunning neon-lit skyscrapers, pop culture, and maybe cherry blossoms too! Our choices might surprise you, but each of the hotels below has a very special reason to visit them.

We’ve outlined the best luxury hotels in Tokyo below:

Park Hotel Tokyo

The luxurious Park Hotel Tokyo embodies “infinite time and space amid cognizant Japanese beauty”, catering to the needs of guests from all around the globe. Ideally situated in Shiodome, a flourishing center of business and culture, the Park Hotel Tokyo offers warm at-home hospitality, comfort, and luxury.

Park Hotel Tokyo incorporates art into spaces throughout the hotel. All guestrooms on the Artist Floor (31F) are painted by the artists directly onto the walls. Each individual room is a piece of work itself.

The hotel features an ART (Atrium, Restaurants, and Travel) concept, as well as traditional Japanese hospitality. The facilities on offer include a Business Centre, Concierge Service, Art Concierge, Room Service, The TOKYO MARRON Smoking Space, Laundry Service, Parking, THANN Sanctuary, and Art Shop.

All the guestrooms feature color-coordinated curtains and bedcovers, work desk & chair, closet, complimentary tea & coffee making facilities, slippers, Television (English channels available, HDMI jack), complimentary in-room internet access (wireless and wired), adjustable air conditioner, safe, and a private bathroom with a non-steam bathroom mirror, toilet with electronic bidet functions and luxurious THANN Aromatic Wood Collection bathroom amenities.

2. ANA InterContinental Tokyo

Tokyo is a particularly expensive city, so Club Lounges offer a nice rest bite from the sky-high prices charged in this amazing city. The rooms at ANA InterContinental Tokyo are great but the club lounge is even better!

The InterContinental Tokyo, Club InterContinental is located on the 35th floor of the hotel, offering hugely impressive views, a sophisticated ambiance, and this lounge is the largest hotel lounge in the city. The lounge was upgraded in 2016, so it is modern and stylish.

There are plenty of work-stations and seating areas, but the highlight is the views. The lounge wraps around the floor in an “L” shape, providing loads of great views of the Tokyo skyline and various other major landmarks, such as the Imperial Palace, the Japanese Parliament building, and even Mount Fuji on a clear day!

3. Ritz-Carlton Tokyo

Another brilliant choice that also offers a club lounge is the Ritz-Carlton Tokyo. This one is ideal for those that favor the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty scheme. The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo is wrapped in windows, perched above the skyline, and deftly woven with elements of the East and West. Sleek lines and organic materials seamlessly merge with crystal and metal. Dining draws inspiration from Japanese tradition. Meanwhile, the 21,528-square-foot spa highlights timeless rituals in the pursuit of modern wellness.

With a view of Mount Fuji, the Club Lounge embodies a luxurious private residence, featuring four unique spaces with different atmospheres for the morning, day, and evening. For culinary experiences, try traditional Japanese cuisine at Hinokizaka or the French restaurant, Azure 45. For true relaxation, indulge in a Sakura treatment at ESPA.

4. Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

If you like trains, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is the hotel to pick. A true boutique hotel connected to Tokyo Station, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi brings a sense of intimacy to the city’s high-energy central business district. Choose from 57 spacious, contemporary rooms that offer floor-to-ceiling windows, letting in plenty of natural light, along with the latest technology, including a 3-D/Blu-ray TV with surround sound. Escape in the Japanese-style onsen (hot spring) bath, or work out in the gym overlooking the city. The intuitive staff is always ready to meet any request.

5. Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

Tokyo’s second-tallest high-rise is home to Japan’s first Andaz hotel, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills. Located on floors 47 through 52, this hotel is as dynamic as the vibrant capital itself, which lies just beyond your floor-to-ceiling windows. Fusuma-inspired partitions allow guests to customize the 164 guest rooms and suites, which seem to hover over the city, and stylish decor adds a futuristic touch. After a jiyujizai spa treatment, sit down at the eight-seat sushi counter, reminiscent of a traditional, dimly lit tearoom. Venture out on the 52nd-floor Rooftop Bar for open-air seating and breathtaking views.

Note: Benefits & upgrades subject to availability. Benefits offered correct at the time of writing. Terms & conditions apply. Enquire for more information. Benefits offered correct at the time of writing but may be amended at discretion of the vendor. Posts may be sponsored by the proprietor or brand being appraised. All opinions remain our own & are in no way influenced.