Luxury Hotels in Tokyo

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.

Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza

Located in the heart of Chuo City, the luxury Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza features world-class services and amenities. The hotel is surrounded by high-end department stores, restaurants, and coffee shops. It only takes two minutes to walk to Ginza Subway Station, making it a breeze to get to other districts in Tokyo.  The hotel has an expansive selection of accommodation types, ranging from the Single […]

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Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo

Located in sophisticated Minato City, Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo offers vibrant accommodations and a wide variety of amenities. The luxurious hotel is within walking distance of renowned restaurants, tea houses, and universities. Moreover, guests can easily walk to Subway Station Shirokanedai – a gateway to Tokyo’s other wards.   Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo offers best-in-class rooms and suites. From the Standard Queen to the Club Deluxe […]

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Palace Hotel Tokyo

Palace Hotel Tokyo is close to some of the city’s most notable landmarks – the Imperial Palace, Hamarikyu Gardens, and Tokyo Tower. Guests can easily walk to premier retail stores and fine-dining destinations. The luxe hotel directly connects to Otemachi Subway Station, making it a convenient hub for traveling around the bustling Japanese city. Guests can choose from a comprehensive collection of designer rooms and […]

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Oakwood Premier Tokyo

Nestled in the Marunouchi business district, Oakwood Premier Tokyo is a top-quality accommodation that features 123 serviced apartments. The apartments sit just blocks away from Tokyo’s famed Imperial Palace. There’s also an assortment of restaurants, museums, and chic retail shops at close reach. Oakwood Premier Tokyo’s convenient location makes it the first choice for those who want to be in the centre of the action. […]

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Mitsui Garden Hotel Roppongi Tokyo Premier

Situated just five minutes away from Roppongi Station, Mitsui Garden Hotel Roppongi Tokyo Premier offers unparalleled services and facilities. Guests can walk to nearby parks, universities, and the famous Tokyo Tower. The luxurious hotel has an onsite leisure concierge to guide guests and enhance their stay in Tokyo. Guests can choose from a wide selection of sophisticated guest rooms, ranging from the Junior King Suite […]

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Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo

Nestled next to the Kanda River and various parks, Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo offers five-star accommodation and outstanding amenities. Guests who stay at this luxury hotel have quick access to historical landmarks, such as Hatoyama Hall, and a great selection of shopping and dining destinations. The hotel sits roughly 71 km from Tokyo Narita Airport. Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo offers standard rooms, suites, and accommodation designed for […]

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Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama

Located directly on the water, Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama is a posh hotel with five-star amenities and service. The hotel is right next to Tokyo Disney Resort and is steps away from the Disney Resort Line. Guests can conveniently reach the hotel from the Tokyo Station, that’s situated approximately 20 minutes away. Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama features vibrant and colourful rooms in the […]

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The Strings by InterContinental – Tokyo

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 […]

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Grand Hyatt – Tokyo

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 […]

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Four Seasons Hotel at Marunouchi – Tokyo

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 […]

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Once you arrive at your luxury hotel in Tokyo, you won’t want to waste any time getting out and exploring the most innovative city in the world. Of course, the first thing you’ll notice when you arrive is the ultra-modern high rises. However, Tokyo has an outstanding balance between technology and culture, resulting in so much cool stuff to see and do. Here are seven of our top recommendations for your upcoming Tokyo trip.

Take a private tour of Tokyo’s oldest sake brewery 

Sake is a popular alcoholic beverage produced in Japan. It tastes slightly like white wine but has a distinct flavour, nonetheless. You can sample this unique beverage for yourself on a private tour of Tokyo’s oldest brewery in the beautiful Tama river valley. Here you’ll taste a range of popular sakes, learn about its cultural importance and then enjoy a  gourmet Japanese lunch.

Cruise over the neon-lit skyline in a private helicopter

Tokyo’s skyline at night is a truly magnificent sight, and experiencing this bird’s eye view by helicopter makes for one of the most memorable and luxurious experiences. You’ll get to cruise past Tokyo Skytree (Japan’s tallest building,) hover over Tokyo Gate Bridge, and even see Mount Fuji in the distance.

Attend a traditional Japanese tea ceremony

Britain is known as the nation of tea lovers, but Japan can certainly rival their love of the hot beverage. A Japanese Tea Ceremony is a cultural ritual that represents harmony, respect, purity and tranquillity. You can experience this special event for yourself in Tokyo by booking a private 1-hour ceremony at Camellia tea house and garden. 

Sip champagne on a luxury cruise through Tokyo Bay

The second best way to explore this bustling city is by boat, where you can escape the crowds and take in the sights with a glass of champagne in hand. Tokyo’s private luxury cruises feature a stylish open-air boat and include free-flowing champagne and pick up from your luxury hotel in Tokyo.

Alternatively, indulge in delicious French cuisine on the elegant Lady Crystal dinner cruise. Here, you’ll enjoy exquisite food and 5-star hospitality on a luxurious cruise ship as you admire the picturesque views of Tokyo at night.

Unwind at an Onsen Spa

An onsen is Japan’s version of a hot spring mineral bath.  The minerals penetrate into the body to relieve physical and mental tension, which helps soothe sore muscles and relax busy minds. There are many bathing houses throughout Tokyo, but one of the best is Spa LaQua in Tokyo Dome City. This stylish complex is an outdoor-style spa with natural hot springs, saunas and warm, bubbly massage baths.

Indulge in high-end sushi at Sushi Yoshitake

While it’s not hard to find good sushi in most Aussie cities these days, eating sushi in Japan is a whole other experience. You’ll find one of the best Japanese cuisines at the Michelin 3-star Sushi Yoshitake, owned by the renowned sushi chef Masahiro Yoshitake. 

You’ll need to book in advance at this exclusive restaurant as it gets booked up quickly. It’s totally worth it, though, as chef Yoshitake and his team prepare your meal right in front of you, giving you the highest quality, freshest food and the most memorable dining experience.

Take a stroll around Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is one of Tokyo’s largest and most beautiful parks, which gives a much-needed break from the skyscrapers and traffic. It’s a lovely, peaceful place any time of the year. But, if you’re in the city during the Cherry Blossom season (March to April), these gardens are magnificent and, therefore, a must-visit.