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Tokyo’s Top Five Luxury Hotels

Updated on March 6, 2012

Tokyo Night View

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Tokyo’s Top Five Luxury Hotels

If you’re planning a trip to Tokyo this year – for business or for vacation – you can book a stay at an inexpensive hotel or you can elect to stay at one of the city’s “5-star palaces” and make your trip memorable. It can be expensive to stay at a luxury hotel, but vacations come once a year, at best, often less frequently.

Make your trip count, especially if you’re traveling from North America. In that case, your flight will be exhausting, you will have been in the air seemingly forever … and your reward will be well-deserved – a stay at one of the best hotels in Tokyo and, for that matter, the world.

Here is a listing of the top five hotels in Tokyo. All are conveniently-located near entertainment, shopping, restaurants and amusements. The personnel in these hotels speak English so you don’t have to struggle with Japanese. Of course, they also speak Japanese and may speak other languages, too. That’s the kind of convenience you get at a top-rated hotel. The destinations are presented in no special order. All five hotels are excellent. Here is the list …

Park Hyatt, Tokyo

Park Hyatt Hotel

This posh 5-star dream destination is located in a 52-story building, the ShinjukuParkTowerBuilding right in the heart of the lively and fun-filled Shinjuku district of Tokyo. Rooms are spacious and extremely comfortable. Amenities are practical. They include gourmet dining options … internet access … a business center where meetings can be held … and a multi-lingual staff that can communicate with you trouble-free. This calm and elegant setting, right in the heart of Tokyo’s business and entertainment district is “heaven on earth” for both business and vacation travelers. Room costs can run high, but after flying thousands of miles, you may believe the price is well worth what you will receive in return.

Tokyo Water Front

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The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo Japan

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The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo

Rooms cost about $500 per night, but this 5-star hotel has everything to make your stay pleasurable, comfortable and rewarding. To begin, it’s located in Tokyo’s Ruppongi district. That is where entertainment venues, diplomatic embassies and design-related businesses are located. Accommodations are luxurious and amenities in this hotel are first-rate. There is friendly staff that speaks perfect English – for your convenience. The hotel’s Health Club includes a Jacuzzi and a Spa. Two excellent restaurants, one Japanese and the other a Michelin-rated French restaurant feature world-class cuisine. Guests are treated to in-room internet access. And the hotel provides a 360 degree panoramic view of Tokyo.

Four Seasons Hotel In Tokyo Japan

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzin-so

This spectacular hotel is located at beautiful Chinzin-so Gardens, away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Tokyo. A world-class destination, it blends the best of eastern and western culture to provide guests with a relaxing and memorable experience. The hotel features a Health Club and a stunning Atrium plus facilities for kids of all ages, from the very young to those who are currently teenagers. There are also several outstanding restaurants and cafes. And, for those who enjoy visiting stores, there is a shopping arcade, as well.

The Westin Tokyo

The Westin Tokyo

This centrally-located hotel features European-style ambiance and a more affordable room rate. It also has five restaurants and three bars to keep guests occupied and happy when they are not out exploring Tokyo and its many attractions. While it is somewhat less expensive than the other hotels listed here, it is nevertheless just as comfortable and pleasant for guests. It may even be your best bet when visiting Tokyo.

Hotel Okura In Tokyo Japan

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Hotel Okura

This Japanese-run 5-star hotel is known by experienced travelers around the world for its ability to provide guests with a remarkably peaceful and tranquil setting. Located in one of the best neighborhoods, it is within easy walking distance of the American embassy. And it offers many fine amenities. There is an indoor/outdoor pool … a fully-equipped gymnasium … a sauna … a massage room … and a world-class restaurant. This hotel is even located near the Tokyo subway, the best and fastest way to travel in this traffic-choked city.


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