Housed in a former 1920’s bank building, this stunning boutique hotel features twenty rooms in a relaxing atmosphere with stunning design. Stockholm-based architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune drew inspiration from the area’s relative lack of greenery to create a ‘green oasis’.
This 79-room boutique hotel in downtown Tokyo has been created by the legendary minimalist Japanese brand Muji. Even the smallest rooms are big in comfort, with ergonomic matresses, cosy bedding, soft bath towels and lighting designed to guide guests into a natural slumber.
The Trunk (Hotel) is a boutique hotel offering 15 rooms located in the trendy and fashionable Shibuya district. There are two tasty on-site restaurants, as well as a bar and a concept design store. If you are looking for a hip experience, look no further.
The Peninsula Tokyo, nestled in Tokyo's esteemed Marunouchi financial district, overlooks the illustrious Imperial Palace. This five-star hotel in Tokyo’s sleek financial district rises 24 storeys, while its lantern-inspired architecture pays homage to Japan's rich cultural tapestry.
Located in Toranomon's historic district, the first EDITION hotel in Japan boasts 206 rooms, including 22 suites with breathtaking views of the Tokyo skyline. Being part of Tokyo World Gate, a mixed-use development, the hotel stands tall between floors 31 to 36 of the skyscraper.
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.
This Four Seasons five-star hotel is a luxurious urban retreat, ideally located next to Tokyo Station. The hotel provides spacious and stylish rooms, with chic furnishings that create a relaxed vibe. The inviting hot-spring baths and sauna in a spa will help you get rid of that jetlag.