10 Best Hotels in Tokyo, Japan

10 Best Hotels in Tokyo, Japan
9 January, 2020 0 Comments

"10 Best Hotels in Tokyo, Japan

While the 2020 Olympic is around the corner, Tokyo had given a significant boost to tourism. Besides, a record of 20 million tourists visited this magical city, since 2018 and the number is still rising.

With all these crowded people in a city, choosing the right place to stay can be very overwhelming. 1000s of hotels are offering unique services, but are they worth your budget? Here are the top 10 hotels to help you out.

1. Mandarin Oriental

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Located 2 km from the Tokyo Imperial Palace and 8 km from the landmark Tokyo Tower, The luxury hotel Mandarin Oriental is a luxurious, high-rise hotel with seriously fine dining. It’s peaceful as it is far enough but close enough to be convenient.

Featuring an award-winning spa on the 37th floor, Mandarin Oriental has rooms that offer city views, free Wi-Fi, minibars, and the suites offer separate living areas and freestanding tubs. Having 2 bars and 10 restaurants, which include acclaimed French, Cantonese, and molecular gastronomy offerings, the hotel has an indoor pool, event space, a gym, and a business center.

2. Hotel New Otani Tokyo

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Hotel New Otani Tokyo is situated in central Tokyo, surrounded by a lovely 400-year-old Japanese garden. Less than a 10-minute walk from 5 subway lines,  the hotel is decorated with a soft elegance, rooms.

Each room feature a flat-screen TV and a minibar with some having the hotel’s Japanese garden’s or Tokyo Skyline’s view. The hotel features 32 dining options, ranging from international cuisine to authentic Japanese dishes. Being one of the best rated for the best value in Tokyo, Hotel New Otani Tokyo has never failed to make their guests happy. 

3. Aman Tokyo

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After 3 km drive from the landmark Tsukiji fish market, and 1.8 km from Tokyo Imperial Palace, the Aman Hotel spans the top six floors of a 38 story skyscraper in the business district Otemachi.

The interior designs are like Japan’s design heritage with its wood, paper, and stone. The rooms offer floor to ceiling windows with city views with Wi-Fi along with soaking tubs and minibar. The hotel features a high-end Italian restaurant that offers private dining. The hotel has a bar, lobby café, a spa, an indoor pool, a fitness center, a sauna, a hot tub, and massage services.

4. Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo    

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The Shangri-la Hotel is a luxury high rise hotel accessed from a 5-minute walk from a train at Tokyo Station. The hotel spans the top 11 floors of a 37-story skyscraper in the Marunouchi district.

The hotel features rich-hued textiles, lavish chandeliers, spacious guestrooms, and different art collections. The club level rooms here offer access to a lounge with breakfast and beverages. The hotel has an elegant Italian restaurant and a Japanese eatery. Guests will appreciate Shangri-la’s unique brand of hospitality and service.

5. Conrad Tokyo

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Set in the heart of Tokyo, Conrad Tokyo has rooms featuring modern décor. Located just a few steps away from Ginza, the world-famous shopping and entertainment district, the hotel was ranked 1st as the most famous Japanese hotel for international travelers by TripAdvisor 2015.

Featuring rooms that are among the largest in Tokyo, The hotel has five dining options with city skyline views. The hotel has an award-winning restaurant and a 29th-floor spa with beautiful city views. Being one of the favorite hotels from international guests, Conrad never fails to impress its guests through its hospitality and services.

6. Four Seasons Hotel at Marunouchi

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The Four Seasons Hotel at Marunouchi has an atmosphere that feels more like an exclusive private members club than a five-star hotel. With its stylish interiors, the hotel has rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and free Wi-Fi, TVs, and minibars, with some having city views. The hotel features a French restaurant, a spa, and a 24-hour Gym.

7. Palace Hotel Tokyo

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Nested in the Marunouchi district of Tokyo, the luxury hotel, the Palace Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from a metro station. Having a contemporary interior overlooking the Imperial Palace, the hotel has big rooms that have free Wi-Fi plus minibars.

Some of the places have balconies and sitting areas. The Palace Hotel Tokyo offers seven stylish dining options and 3 bars. Among its ten restaurants and bars is the sixth-floor Wadakura, which is a no-miss place.  Amenities of the hotel include room service, bar, laundry, pool, spa, and fitness center.

8. Park Hyatt Tokyo

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Placed among the full streets of the west Shinjuku district, the Park Hyatt Tokyo is 12 minutes walk from Tocho-Mae subway station. Surrounded by skyscrapers, the hotel is housed in the upper floors, i.e., 39th to 52nd floor of the striking Shinjuku Park Tower.

This Polished Hotel has rooms with city views with wet bars and coffeemakers. Some rooms offer a view of Mount Fuji.  The 177-room hotel has pretty flawless service and facilities as the staff is so efficient that guests feel they have strayed onto a Bond movie. Parking, restaurant, room service, bar, laundry, pool, sauna, spa, fitness center are other amenities offered by the hotel.

9. Hoshinoya Tokyo

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The Hoshinoya Tokyo occupies a 17- floor high in the financial district. The 84 rooms in the hotel are divided into groups of six to maintain a feeling of serenity. The rooms are decorated in a Japanese style. It features tatami floors, futons, and dining tables with soaking tubs and sofas. The rooms have lounges with bamboo furnishings. Hoshinoya Tokyo has a French/Japanese restaurant, a spa, indoor, and open-air pools.

10. The Peninsula Tokyo

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The Peninsula Tokyo is a 24-story tower inspired by a Japanese lantern. Set in the Marunouchi business district, this luxury hotel has rooms that offer Wi-Fi and city views. With traces of traditional Japanese design, the rooms offer free Wi-Fi, along with dressing rooms, big enough to sleep in.

The suites feature living rooms, grand piano, a balcony. The Peninsula Tokyo has three restaurants that offer Shushi-making classes and another serving Cantonese fare.,. Offering panoramic views from the rooftop restaurant, The Peninsula has a spa on the sixth floor. 

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