Japan’s largest city is a cultural experience that is unique in the world. This vast metropolis of 14 million people is a sophisticated mix of high technology, ultra-modern design, seamless transportation, and traditional Japanese culture. A visit to Tokyo will initially assault your senses. But you’ll soon get used to the pace of life in this orderly world of “salary men”, commuters and crowds. Your luxury hotel will become a haven: a place of serenity, from which you can venture out to explore the streets, alleys and parks of this incredible city.
Among Tokyo’s selection of five star hotels you will find everything from opulent, marble-clad places offering the highest quality of service, right down to the tiny capsule hotels which you can rent by the hour. Japanese food is intricate, nutritious, and available almost everywhere in Tokyo. To join a throng of business people and shoppers for a small snack and a sip of saki in a tiny, crowded backstreet restaurant is one of the true pleasures of visiting Tokyo. We have selected a few of Tokyo’s best luxury hotels for you to consider.
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Not far from the Tokyo Bay, The Strings by InterContinental, Tokyo, is a luxury hotel inside the Shinagawa East One Tower. Guests can easily access nearby shops, museums, and traditional restaurants. Shinagawa Railway Station is just minutes away from the hotel. This public transport hub allows visitors to access various other districts in the megalopolis.
The Strings by InterContinental, Tokyo boasts a generous selection of accommodations to choose from – Standard Rooms, Club InterContinental Rooms, and Club InterContinental Suites. Every room and suite features chic décor, ample sitting spaces, and dazzling views of surrounding Minato City.
When it comes to dining, guests can choose from four restaurants with a diverse selection of cuisine: Melodia Italian Grill, China Shadow, Kazane Teppanyaki, and Rhythmos Cafe and Bar. Each restaurant has thoughtful furnishings, bold flavours, and spectacular views of Tokyo. Guests can also take advantage of the hotel’s in-room dining service or book a private dining experience.
There’s a 24/7 state-of-the-art fitness centre that has all the equipment needed for a full-body workout. The hotel also has various workstations for businesses guests, along with free high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the building. Guests can park their cars in the hotel’s parking garage, which offers competitively priced nightly rates.
The Grand Hyatt Tokyo is a five-star luxury hotel in the Minato City ward of Tokyo. This sophisticated hotel is right next to Roppongi Hills – a property development that’s famous for its 54-story Mori tower. Roppongi Hills boasts a plethora of dining and entertainment venues alongside renowned retail stores.
Guests can choose from 387 exquisite rooms, 28 of which are suites. Accommodations include the Spacious King Bed Premium and Two Twin Beds Deluxe rooms, to name a few, and a 260 sqm Presidential Suite. Rooms feature contemporary furniture, soaking bathtubs, and Egyptian cotton linens. High-level rooms boast stunning views of the Tokyo cityscape and the distant Mt. Fuji.
The posh hotel has various dining options, including The Oak Door, Steakhouse, The French Kitchen, and Keyakizaka, Teppanyaki. There’s also a casual sushi eatery and a boutique pastry shop in the lobby. Guests can conveniently order exquisite dishes through Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s website.
With its diverse amenities, the Grand Hyatt Tokyo offers guests an all-inclusive experience. Hotel guests and visitors can unwind at the Nagomi Spa and Fitness Centre, receive treatments at the Sashu Salon Armonia, and book events at the Grand Hyatt’s Grand Ballroom. There’s also a 24/7 concierge staff that can arrange transportation and provide translation services.
Located in the Chiyoda City ward of Tokyo, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is a five-star destination popular amongst tourists and business travelers. The luxury hotel sits close to Tokyo’s landmark Imperial Palace and the National Museum of Modern Art. There’s also no shortage of nearby fine dining and shopping.
The Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo boasts a generous collection of guest rooms and suites Nestled inside the Pacific Century Place Marunouchi skyscraper. The smallest accommodation is the Deluxe Room, which features one king bed and measures 44 sq m. Guests who need more space can opt for the Chairman’s Suite, a spacious apartment-style suite with plenty of natural lighting and impressive views of the Marunouchi commercial district.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi offers three dining options – Maison Marunouchi, Sézanne, and room service. Maison Marunouchi serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as afternoon tea. Its menu features traditional cuisine alongside a handful of American and English plates. Sézanne, on the other hand, boasts signature French dishes, champagne, and delectable sweets.
The hotel is home to an elegant spa and a fitness center that has floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing for light to infiltrate through the room. For travelers with children, the hotel offers Kidzania. This childcare service takes kids on educational picnics to the nearby Sumida Park.