Perhaps you’ve fallen in love with Tokyo through Haruki Murakami’s novels. Or maybe, it’s the edgy depiction in Tokyo Drift that drew you to the Japanese capital. Either way, you can be assured that Tokyo is a destination like no other. Uber-modern edifices share the skyline with ancient shrines and palaces. The city’s museums and gardens are also incomparably beautiful. So what are the best hotels in Tokyo for luxury travellers? Let’s take a look at the top stays in Tokyo:
Conrad Tokyo is our top choice for stays in Tokyo because it has a wonderful view of Tokyo Bay and the serene Hamarikyu gardens. Located in Shimbashi district, the hotel exemplifies modern Japanese luxury and is within walking distance of the chic Ginza area. Room interiors at Conrad Tokyo pay homage to Japan’s cherry blossoms and offer sweeping views and lavish bathrooms. Relax at Mizuki Spa after a long day of explorations.
Hilton Tokyo Odaiba
You can’t go wrong with Hilton Tokyo Odaiba, an upscale, contemporary hotel overlooking Tokyo’s picturesque waterfront. From the top of the 15-storey tall hotel building, guests can feast on panoramic views of the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo’s cityscape. The hotel offers a daily shuttle to Tokyo Disney Resort. Many other attractions like Madame Tussauds Tokyo, LEGOLAND Discovery Center, and Shiokaze Park are also in the vicinity.
With friendly and impeccable Japanese service and spacious, airy accommodation, Marunouchi Hotel is definitely among the best hotels in Tokyo. Located in one of the busiest business districts of Japan, the hotel offers work spaces, a fitness centre, and reflexology salon for its guests. There are three restaurants at Marunouchi Hotel serving top-notch Japanese, French, and Teppinyaki cuisine, along with an exclusive cigar bar.
The Peninsula Tokyo
The Peninsula Tokyo is a great option for travellers as it has a central location in Marunouchi district. Located in front of the Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park, the award-winning hotel is within easy access of Ginza, a shopping paradise. Rooms at The Peninsula Tokyo overlook Tokyo’s skyline and are equipped with all the modern amenities. The spa, fitness centre, and pool are state-of-art. As far as dining is concerned, guests can choose between Cantonese, international cuisine, and grilled specialties.
Pullman Tokyo Tamachi
If you’re looking for an ideal blend of contemporary aesthetes with a Japanese touch, Pullman Tokyo Tamachi will not disappoint. The hotel is centrally located, and easily accessible from Tamachi station via a shaded walkway. Rooms are spacious, and fitted with high-speed Internet connection and Bluetooth BoseTM speakers. Dining options include the all-day KASA restaurant and a rooftop bar with mesmerizing views of Tokyo city.
Imperial Hotel Tokyo
May we suggest Imperial Hotel Tokyo for the ultimate experience in Japanese luxury. The 125 years old hotel embodies traditional Japanese hospitality, but it doesn’t compromise on modern luxuries either. Japanese, Chinese, and French cuisines, along with grilled specialities are yours to sample at the hotel’s numerous restaurants. Rooms are world-class, with rich and earthy décor elements, and SleepWorks beds.