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Top 5 Luxury Hotels in Tokyo

Tokyo is one of the most visited cities in the world because of its many attractions, cultural experiences and the picturesque scenery all year round. Heading to Tokyo but don’t know which luxury hotel to go for? Take your pick from our list:

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

Location: 2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo , 103-8328, Japan

Suites start at: $1,300

The number one business hotel in Tokyo is Mandarin Oriental. With its floor to ceiling windows, this hotel offers breathtaking views of the city. Mandarin Oriental Tokyo offers the best in contemporary luxury with Japanese style spaces and opulent services.

Here are more details:

  • 157 rooms and 21 suites, amongst the largest in Japan
  • Michelin-starred, French-inspired cuisine at Signature
  • 4 other restaurants (Sense, K’shiki, Sushi SORA, Ventaglio)
  • Cutting-edge Mandarin Bar
  • molecular cuisine at Tapas Molecular Bar


Photo credits: www.mandarinoriental.com/tokyo

Ritz Carlton Tokyo

Location: 1-1 Uchisaiwaicho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Suites start at: $875

Ritz Carlton Tokyo hotel was awarded as one top 50 hotels worldwide due to its wide array of exclusive services. This hotel is also an iconic favourite one- stop destination of tourists from all over the world. This hotel has succeeded in combining Tokyo’s culture with the sophisticated interior designs and modern extravagance with the building being one of the most dramatic skyscrapers in town.

Here are more details:

  • one of the tallest buildings in the city
  • state‐of‐the‐art 24 hour Fitness Center with panoramic views
  • each bathroom boasts two basins, walk‐in rain shower, deep‐soak tub, and a 20” Sony BRAVIA television
  • dramatic views of Tokyo Tower from nearly every floor
  • Lobby Lounge at the 45th Floor
  • first spa to import the UK-based ESPA brand to Tokyo
  • authentic Japanese surroundings at the Japanese Carlton Suite with Tatami mats, Shoji doors and traditional Japanese bathroom.


Photo credits: www.ritzcarlton.com

Hotel Seiyo Ginza

Address: Hotel Seiyo Ginza, 1-11-2 Ginza, Tokyo, 104-0061Japan

Suites start at: $700

Aside from lush luxury, Hotel Seiyo Ginza attends to every small detail of every guest’s preference. This is what they call “kodawari.”And because of that, the hotel has been distinguished as one of the premier hotel in Tokyo that resembles not just luxury, elegance, sophistication or whatever you want to call it, but they focus on what their guests want and that is what they will give.

Here are more details:

  • 77 elegant accommodations
  • each room has its own design and layout to match the unique needs of guest
  • most spacious baths in Japan with separate showers, vanity areas and walk-in closets
  • personal concierge and butler services

Photo credits: www.seiyoginza.com

The Peninsula Tokyo

Address:  1-8-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo , 100-0006, Japan

Suites start at: $1,000

Rejuvenating spas, fine dining, memorable occasion, — these are just few of the numerous legendary services that The Peninsula Tokyo hotel can provide. With the Peninsula and American Express Cobrand Card, you will find yourself being exhilarated by the hotel’s glamour and unparalleled luxury

Here are more details:

  • 314 rooms, 47 suites
  • 5 restaurants and a modern lounge bar
  • 9 treatment rooms
  • 20 m / 66 ft indoor heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, and outdoor terrace with views of the Imperial Palace Gardens
  • Rolls-Royce and BMW limousine service

Photo credit: www.peninsula.com/Tokyo

Imperial Hotel Tokyo

Address: 1-1 Uchisaiwaicho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Price: $1,000

Due to its indescribable service, The Imperial Hotel has received numerous awards like best business hotel in Tokyo, best luxury hotel in Tokyo, and all the best- title awards that a hotel can receive. So never mind the price, just sit and relax on their luxurious, subtly designed lobbies and drink soothing coffees served by their top chefs and pastry makers.

  • 17 dining and lounge options including a branch of the world-renowned traditional restaurant, Kitcho
  • limousine service
  • soundproof music room furnished with a Steinway piano and audio equipment
  • fitness center, sauna and pool
  • 26 banquet and function rooms

Photo credit: www.imperialhotel.co.jp/e/tokyo/index.html


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