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Luxury Accommodations

 

The Peninsula, Tokyo

The Peninsula, Tokyo An exciting new purpose-built hotel, The Peninsula Tokyo, is shaped like a lantern and with breathtaking views towards the Imperial Palace Gardens has brought a new dimension to hospitality in the Marunouchi District. The Peninsula Tokyo is located at the crossroads of Harumi Dori and Naka Dori, opposite the Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park. A two-minute walk to the Imperial Theatre, a five-minute taxi ride to Tsukiji Fish Market, and only a few minutes walk from the amazing Ginza shopping district makes the hotel the ideal location to set out from on your exploration of Tokyo. At The Peninsula Tokyo, you will find rooms that are well-designed and stunning, spacious and extremely sensitive and thoughtful while being exceedingly luxurious and outfitted with the latest technology. The staff is incredibly accommodating and it is simply divine to stay there.

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Mandarin Oriental, TokyoLocated in Nihonbashi, the literal centre of the city, the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is a tower of contemporary luxury. Of Tokyo’s key business districts, the 400-year-old Nihonbashi is the only one that retains a sense of Old World charm, reflecting the vibrant urban culture of this one-time castle town. Best of all, Nihonbashi is ideally located, making it convenient for visitors to go anywhere in the city from the hotel.

The dramatic first impression of the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo will remain with you during your stay. Sped 38 floors up by private elevator, you step out virtually into a panorama of Tokyo, a stunning sight offered throughout the hotel. Inspiring views of the metropolis emerge time and again throughout the hotel, whether from its 178 luxuriously appointed guestrooms, spectacular restaurants and bars or extravagantly sumptuous spa. The predominant feel is an extraordinary sense of space. Not only are the guestrooms some of the largest in Japan, but also the boundaries of the rooms dissolve in the expanse of glass walls and endless views across the city. In addition, the futuristic luxury of the hotel’s interiors illustrates its defining style: extreme comfort that reflects the country’s characteristics. Specially created fabrics and textiles capture the Japanese reverence for nature.

From the moment visitors walk into the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, they are given a royal welcome with absolutely impeccable service offered by highly knowledgeable staff. The Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s eclectic range of restaurants and bars suits any mood or occasion, with three of the nine outlets holding one Michelin star. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, “the Spa in the Sky” located on the 37th floor, offers personalised treatments featuring soothing Asian and Japanese rituals.

In acknowledgment of these extraordinary attributes, Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is renowned as one of the premier luxury hotels in Japan and has received a wide range of accolades, including being rated the World’s Best Hotel by Institutional Investor magazine, being awarded the Michelin Guide’s highest honour of Five Red Pavilions, and being ranked the Top Hotel in Japan by the Zagat Travel Guide. The hotel is also the only recipient in Asia of a Six Star Diamond award from the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences.

The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

The Ritz-Carlton, TokyoAt The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, you can take in the city’s international culture from high atop a dramatic skyscraper, the tallest in Tokyo where the city views are just fantastic. Occupying the top nine floors and the first three levels of the 53-story Midtown Tower, this luxury hotel features elegant rooms and suites, panoramic vistas, wonderful dining options, and much more. At The Ritz-Carlton hotel, you can absorb the international culture of Tokyo’s Roppongi District, the city’s entertainment, diplomatic and business hub along with the latest trends in food, fashion and luxury retail. The spacious rooms with panoramic views are well laid out and beautifully appointed. The Ritz-Carlton is by far one of the finest properties in Tokyo. The Midtown complex is a contemporary mecca replete with beautiful and luxurious shops and fine cuisine.

Palace Hotel, Tokyo

Palace Hotel, TokyoWith an incomparable perspective on the city and a singular, moat-side setting across from the Imperial Palace gardens, Palace Hotel Tokyo debuted on 17 May 2012 as a new haven of hospitality – serene and refined.

With a legacy that dates back more than half a century, the new incarnation of Palace Hotel Tokyo is set to redefine hospitality with its unfiltered celebration of the country’s culture.

Experience the Heart of Japan.

 

Grand Hyatt, Tokyo

Grand Hyatt, TokyoGrand Hyatt Tokyo is a luxury hotel located in the heart of Roppongi Hills – a mega-complex incorporating office space, apartments, shops, restaurants, cafés, movie theaters, a museum, a hotel, a major TV studio, an outdoor amphitheater and a park. Considered one of the most stylish luxury Tokyo hotels, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is widely acclaimed for its excellent dining options and superb location. From the Grand Hyatt Tokyo, you can easily travel within minutes to major shopping areas and other places of interest including Ginza, Omotesando and the Imperial Palace. The rooms are beautiful, somewhat minimalist and very chic and there are a host of eclectic and wonderful restaurants on premises and within the Roppongi Hills complex making it a great place to wander. You will enjoy service that will attend to your discerning tastes and needs.

Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo

Shangri-La hotel TokyoThe sweeping vista below your window is simply breathtaking. You find yourself in harmony with the tranquility that surrounds you. In this metropolitan city, sublime heritage co-exists with modern wonders. Stroll out to explore the city. The Imperial Palace and Ginza shopping district are a mere 10-minute walk away. Be it shopping or getting to your next business meeting, everything is a breeze. Besides an ideal location, the hotel’s staff also anticipate your every need so that you can get more things done. They know that time is opportunity. When you return after a successful day in the city, the enchantment begins all over again. Wander amongst the hotel’s exclusive collection of 2,000 pieces of artwork by Japanese, Chinese and Western artists. Inspired by the writings of the Tang dynasty Chinese poet Bai Ju Yi, the artistry and beauty fill your senses. A traditional Japanese dinner at Nadaman beckons. It is a privilege to savour delights from this impeccable restaurant in its home country. The exquisite preparation from Chief Chef Takehiko Yoshida whets your appetite from the very first bite. As the day winds down, calmness comes in the form of a therapeutic massage at CHI, The Spa. The soothing oils help to restore balance, creating a deeply calming experience. At bliss, you return to your spacious guestroom for a good night’s sleep.Under the canopy of a darkened sky, you slip between the luxurious sheets of your bed. Tonight, dreams will come easily at Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo.

Conrad, Tokyo

Conrad TokyoWelcome to the luxurious Conrad Tokyo, a contemporary hotel set in the heart of Tokyo’s Shiodome area. Stay in this skyscraper hotel and enjoy panoramic skyline views. At each and every destination, our focus is to bring the local culture to you in unexpected and unforgettable ways. Indigenous artwork and world-renowned architecture accompany luxurious amenities at every turn. Plus, access to unique experiences in the local market. Conrad Hotels & Resorts surrounds you with luxury that’s intuitive, seamless, stylish and above all, smart. So smart, it helps you be an even better you – more connected, more focused, more relaxed. Because the greatest luxury of all is the luxury of being yourself. When luxury is tailored to the individual, it takes on new meaning. It becomes personal, flexible, empowering and smart. So smart, it helps you be an even better you. It’s the connection to local culture and local people, as well as everyone and everything in your world back home. It’s the inspiration behind a style that’s sophisticated, global and thoughtful. Design choices that are fresh and innovative. And spaces that feel like they were made for you. It means staying in tune with our guests and the constantly changing world around you. Crafting experiences that go beyond your expectations. From invitations to experience local culture to intelligent service and smart design, we want your stay to be as unique as you are.

Aman, Tokyo

Aman, TokyoAman Tokyo is located in the prestigious financial district of Otemachi, just steps away from Tokyo Station and the world-famous Ginza shopping district. The hotel occupies the top six floors of The Otemachi Tower, offering spectacular panoramas of the Imperial Palace Gardens and surrounding Tokyo landmarks.

Aman Tokyo presents 84 rooms and suites, all with unique layouts, magnificent city views and every contemporary convenience. The hotel draws design inspiration from traditional Japanese residential structures, and this is reflected in the decor of the rooms and suites. Classic Japanese materials such as camphor wood, washi paper and stone are blended to great effect with modern technology and luxurious fabrics. Each room and suite has a large furo – a deep soaking tub intrinsic to the Japanese ritual of bathing.

Andaz, Tokyo

Andaz, TokyoAt the heart of the vast and ever-pulsating urban flux that is Tokyo, a striking new tower now steadily rises. Hyatt Hotels’ first Andaz hotel in Japan, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills opened in the second-tallest high rise in this dynamic capital.Literally meaning “Tiger’s Gate,” Toranomon was the name of the gate of Edo Castle. To protect this sacred land, temples and shrines built and still remain with enduring attractions. Tokyo Metropolis redevelop this area to be ready for the Tokyo Olympic in 2020, which means Toranomon become a bridge between Tokyo’s fascinating past and dynamic future. Andaz means “Personal Style” in Hindi, representing a new philosophy of service in a sophisticated yet unscripted style. Since its 2007 debut in London, Andaz has offered an environment free of barriers, where ideas are exchanged and encouraged.

The new venue offers 164 rooms, of which eight are specialty suites. Wi-Fi, local calls, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary for all registered guests. From the tower’s apex on the 52nd floor, Andaz brings unprecedented rooftop flair to this city’s dining and entertainment scene, with breathtaking views from Rooftop bar , the city highest stand-alone wedding chapel and flexible event and meeting spaces. Next to Andaz Lounge on the 51st floor is the main dining venue, Andaz Tavern. The menu serves refined European provincial cuisine cooked with Japanese produce. Andaz Tokyo guests enjoy access to AO Spa & Club on the 37th floor with a unique 20-metre pool overlooking the Imperial Palace.

With easy access to Ginza shopping, the Marunouchi financial district, government buildings in Kasumigaseki, and the business and entertainment areas of Shinbashi, Akasaka, and Roppongi, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills is ideally poised to accommodate business and leisure travelers alike. Hyatt’s Andaz delivers an innovative hospitality experience in Tokyo – Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills.

Park Hyatt, Tokyo

Park Hyatt, TokyoOccupying the top 14 floors of Shinjuku Park Tower, Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel is an elegant oasis of space and calm overlooking Tokyo and the Kanto Plain all the way to Mount Fuji. Located in the Shinjuku district, our Tokyo hotel is close to Shinjuku Station, Shinjuku Park, Nishi Shinjuku, and areas of Shibuya and Aoyama.

With luxury rooms & suites incorporating a contemporary private residence concept coupled by sleek amenities and spectacular views of Tokyo at night-time, our Shinjuku hotel is a serene oasis atop the bustling city.

The hotel also offers gourmet dining & entertainment options including the sophisticated New York Grill & New York Bar, Japanese Kozue Restaurant and French brasserie Girandole. For enhanced wellbeing, Club on the Park Spa offers the ultimate in wellness & spa treatments.

The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, Tokyo

The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, TokyoLocated in central Tokyo and connected directly to two subway stations, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu is a convenient base to travel around Tokyo. The Capitol Hotel Tokyu provides a tranquil setting informed with a refined Japanese taste, allowing guests to savor the change of seasons and forget the hustle and bustle of daily life. We offer a blend of traditional hospitality and innovation to bring you an experience that is always brand new.

Breathtaking panoramic views over the city spread out from the wide windows of our 251 rooms designed in a modern Japanese style. Enjoy delicacies from our options of Japanese, Chinese and European cuisine in a sophisticated and comfortable space. Our recipes are a blend of contemporary and classics, and are beloved by many guests for over forty years. Spa treatment is available as another aspect of ultimate hospitality and relaxation for those who appreciate the finest. A stroll to the neighboring Hie Shrine is also a soothing and revitalizing experience.

Imperial Hotel, Tokyo

Imperial Hotel, TokyoFounded in 1890 under the behest of the Imperial family, the Imperial Hotel remains a legend close to the soul of the city of Tokyo.

It was here, on the very same site, two generations of landmark buildings bade welcome to countless numbers of statesmen, to royalty, fabled celebrities and helmsmen of international commerce. And it is here today where over a century of experience in receiving special guests culminates in an elegant melange of exhilarating luxury, and precision.

 

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

Four Seasons Hotel at MarunouchiFour Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi (The Four Seasons) is prominently placed in the Marunouchi central business district, the commercial heart not merely of Tokyo, but of all of Japan. The Four Seasons offers a striking, contemporary setting within the landmark glass-clad tower of the prestigious Pacific Century Place, a prestigious office and retail development neighboring Ginza shopping district and directly connected to Tokyo Station.

A small jewel in Tokyo with 57 rooms, The Four Seasons offers a boutique luxury hotel experience that focuses on providing the best-personalized service. The Four Seasons attends to the special needs of each guest with Japanese-style sincerity, ensuring that guests feel at home and want for nothing. The Spa at The Four Seasons offers a quiet and relaxing setting away from the bustle of the city. Choose ekki BAR & GRILL for an international breakfast or elegant evening dining. Relax and enjoy fine spirits in a beautiful setting. All guest rooms are equipped with 3D televisions with blu-ray and Bluetooth, making the guest room atmosphere richly comfortable and cutting edge.