Wanosato offers luxurious Japanese-style ryokan stay in a 160-year-old quaint Gassho-zukuri thatched-roof house, nestled in the tranquil woods. It features a bedrock and a cypress public hot spring bath, where guests can unwind with mountain views. The property is a 20-minute complimentary shuttle ride from JR Takayama Station.
Part of Starwood’s Luxury Collection hotels, the Suiran is a tranquil luxury hotel in a magical location, right along the gentle streams of the Hozu River, near a world-famous bamboo forest. 17 rooms out of the 39 offer "Onsen" hot spring bathtubs in the room. Guests can enjoy fine dining fusion cuisine at the restaurant with lush views of the river.
Surrounded by the verdant forest of the Sengokuhara Hot Springs region, HAKONE RETREAT FÖRE is a heavenly boutique hotel with Northern European vibes. Boasting 11 cottages, originally designed by architect Tokichiro Fujita in 1915, they feature elements such as open-air hot spring baths, grand pianos, and kitchens.
High above the city, Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is a five-star luxury hotel with views to take your breath away. Boasting fine restaurants and an award-winning spa on the 37th floor, Mandarin Oriental is located in the historical Nihonbashi area in the heart of Tokyo. Among the most spacious in Tokyo, rooms and suites feature gorgeous city views.
High above Shinjuku’s lively streets lives Tokyo’s most famous five-star hotel, from the movie 'Lost in Translation'. Rooms boast Hokkaido wood panelling and Egyptian cotton sheets. The spa and indoor pool will go down a treat after a long flight, while the 52nd-floor New York Grill offers spectacular skyline views.
Palace Hotel Tokyo is a haven of hospitality – serene and refined and imbued with understated luxury throughout. The luxuriously cosy and contemporary interiors, with floor-to-ceiling views, leafy motifs and warm earthy colours, take inspiration from their proximity to the capital’s Imperial Palace gardens.
Andaz Tokyo - A Concept by Hyatt, is a five-star hotel offering clean and modern rooms, located centrally and within walking distance from the fancy Ginza district. The hotel offers some of the most breathtaking views of the city, be it from the 37th-floor swimming pool or the 52nd-floor rooftop bar.