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Andon Ryokan 24 rooms from $90Tokyo
A traditional guesthouse in a quiet neighbourhood. Simple rooms are traditionally dressed with roll down futons, large windows and almost nothing else. The lounge area is a more contemporary affair with new-age furniture and bold colours. A friendly base for travellers on a budget.Value chic - A great value hotel in a quiet locality but with easy access to the city's main attractions.Sights nearby - Visit the awe inspiring Tokyo Skytree and marvel at the city views from the observation deck.Great walks - Located close to the ever popular Ueno Park.Restrictions on children - Restrictions on children below 11yrs old.
Ryokan Sawanoya 12 rooms from $95Tokyo (Taito-Ku)
Charming family run guesthouse in a historic part of the city. Twelve authentically Japanese rooms feature paper lanterns, roll up futons and sliding paper screens. The baths are traditional too and come complete with helpful instructions. The owners are ever-willing to assist. The real experience.Local exploring - A traditional Japanese home giving an authentic experience and with easy access to the city.Sights nearby - Wander through the neighbourhood and see the old wooden houses and the immaculately preserved temples.Great walks - Take a stroll in the nearby Ueno Park.
Shibuya Granbell Hotel 52 rooms from $152Tokyo
A vibrant hotel in the heart of Tokyo. Rooms come in a variety of sizes and styles to fit all budgets. Design is contemporary with light hearted touches coming from pops of colour and oversized chandeliers. Pizzas and drinks are served until the early hours. A lively property.Value chic - A hip hotel in a lively district offered at very reasonable rates.Sights nearby - Walking distance from the famous Shibuya Scramble crossing and 109 Building.Local markets - Spend a morning at the bustling Tsukiji Market (fish market).Lively - Hip and happening.Recommended by - Tablet
Hotel Niwa 238 rooms from $159Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku Misaki-cho)
A smart, well oiled, property boasting excellent city connections. Find a combination of traditional Japanese design mixed with contemporary style. An excellent French restaurant boasts a superb wine-list and leafy surrounds give a tranquil feel. Ideal for both business and leisure.Local exploring - Find many of the city's main attractions within easy access and a number of stations are a short walk from the property.Great walks - Take a stroll through the 17th century Japanese Koishikawa Kōrakuen Garden.Sights nearby - Marvel at the impressive Imperial Palace.
The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon 137 rooms from $241Tokyo (Taito-ku, Kaminarimon 2-16-11)
A sophisticated hotel in the atmospheric eastern Asakusa district. Contemporary rooms boast fabulous views of either Sensoji or Tokyo Skytree. A slick French fusion restaurant, hip cocktail bar and excellent price tag make this hard to beat.Local exploring - Well located to access some of the city's top attractions.Value chic - A sleek hotel boasting a suprisingly good price tag.Sights nearby - Situated just opposite the Thunder Gate entrance to the city’s oldest temple complex, Sensoji.Cooking classes - Take a cooking course at the nearby Tokyo Kitchen.Recommended by - Tablet
The Agnes Hotel and Apartments 56 rooms from $242Tokyo (Shinjuku-ku)
A smart small hotel in a peaceful neighbourhood. Simply dressed rooms feature crisp white linen, floor to ceiling windows and large bathrooms (by Tokyo standards). An elegant restaurant serves up French cuisine using only in-season produce. Arrangements for long stay are available. Very chic.Local exploring - A small hotel located in a quiet neighbourhood with good connections to the city.Spa - Vie retreat offers a wide range of aromatherapy treatments and massageSights nearby - Make a trip to the impressive Tokyo Imperial Palace.Local markets - Wake early and visit the famed Tsukiji fish market.
Claska 20 rooms from $257Tokyo (Meguro-ku Chuocho 1-3-18)
For what this property lacks in locality it more than makes up in style. An uber hip design hotel comprising of just twenty rooms. Japanese contemporary style throughout creates an air of zen. Completed with a superb European fusion restaurant and a number of art galleries. Very chic.City Style - One of Tokyo's finest design hotels.Designer - Uniquely designed interiors.Romantic - Good for couples.Recommended by - Tablet
The Prince Park Tower 603 rooms from $259Tokyo (Shiba Koen 4-8-1)
A contemporary hotel situated in a manicured garden in central Tokyo. Smart rooms feature floor to ceiling windows opening onto spectacular views, hard wood floors and large works of modern art. Complete with a bowling alley, spoiling spa and an impossible number of restaurants. Fabulous.Local exploring - Set in the heart of Tokyo with many of the city's main attractions within easy reach.Local markets - Rise early and visit the iconic Tsukiji fish market.Sights nearby - Make a trip to the impressive Imperial Palace.Views - Great views from hotel
Hotel New Otani 62 rooms from $266Tokyo (Kioi-Cho 4-1)
A shining contemporary tower surrounded by manicured gardens, candy-floss pink blossom trees and a rather impressive waterfall. Interiors make the most of these picturesque surrounds with superb views from the many windows. Pick the Executive House Zen rooms for some serious luxury.Families - The garden provides the ideal space for little ones to let off steam.City Style - A sleek urban property set in gorgeous manicured gardens.Sights nearby - Visit the Imperial Palace the long held residence of the royal family in Japan.Great walks - Take a stroll through the hotel's picturesque gardens.Recommended by - Tablet
Hotel Chinzanso 260 rooms from $274Tokyo (Bunkyo-ku)
An elegant luxury property set in beautifully manicured Japanese gardens. Rooms have an air of European style with heavy antique furniture, chandeliers and chintz fabrics. The proportions are enormous (by Tokyo standards) and the views impressive. A tranquil haven within a bustling city.Total relaxation - A luxury property set in tranquil Japanese gardens. The perfect city respite.Local markets - Rise early and visit the bustling Tsukiji fish market.Sights nearby - Make a trip to the impressive Imperial Palace.Views - Great views from hotel
Hotel Okura 801 rooms from $281Tokyo (Minato-ku)
Sleek and smart, a large hotel with a superb location. Rooms are simply designed with soft hues, crisp white linen, large contemporary bathrooms and, for Tokyo, well proportioned. Boasting a wide range of restaurants and bars plus a 20m indoor pool. An ideal base for both travel and business.Local exploring - A smart hotel boasting a central location with many of the city's main attractions nearby.Great walks - Take a stroll around the picturesque Hama-Rikyu Garden.Sights nearby - Located just 2km from the impressive Imperial Palace.Swimming Pool - Indoor/outdoor
Keio Plaza Hotel 1438 rooms from $322Tokyo (Shinjuku-Ku)
A sleek urban property located in the heart of Shinjuku’s Skyscraper District, boasting spectacular views across the city. Contemporary rooms are minimalist in style. A spectacular array of restaurants as well as karaoke room and rooftop pool makes this a tough one to beat.City Style - A sleek contemporary hotel located in Shinjuku’s Skyscraper District.Great walks - Take a stroll around the nearby Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden.Sights nearby - Make a trip to the historic Meiji Jingu Shrine.Swimming Pool - Outdoor pool.
Dai Ichi Hotel 278 rooms from $366Tokyo
A smart property well situated in the trendy Ginza area. Western styled rooms are light and airy with soft hues, sink into beds and luxurious bathrooms. Traditional Japanese cuisine is served in the restaurant and an elegant lounge is the perfect spot for an evening cocktail. The ideal city base.Local exploring - Well situated near the popular Ginza area and with excellent transport links nearby.Great walks - Take a stroll through the Hamarikyu Gardens, laid out in the traditional Edo style.Sights nearby - Walking distance from the impressive Imperial Palace.Local markets - Rise early and visit the bustling Tsukiji Fish Market.
Imperial Hotel 875 rooms from $387Tokyo (CHIYODA-KU)
Tokyo's most historic hotel boasting exemplary service and opulent surrounds. Rooms are well proportioned with floor to ceiling windows and luxury bathrooms. A choice selection of restaurants and bars and, naturally, a glorious spa. A spoiling stay.City Style - An opulent hotel boasting fantastic service and location.Great walks - Take a stroll through the beautifully manicured Hama-rikyu Gardens.Sights nearby - Be sure not to miss the impressive Imperial Palace.Swimming Pool - Indoor pool
The Tokyo Station Hotel 150 rooms from $405Tokyo (Chiyoda)
A grand hotel set within Tokyo's train station. With 1915s style and a real east meets west charm. Rooms are enormous and boast large sash windows, chandeliers and antique furniture. Housing a range of bars and restaurants this is an ideal choice for both business and travellers.City Style - A touch of old-school glamour in this ever modern city.Sights nearby - Visit the Imperial Palace, the grand home to the Emperor of Japan.Local markets - Rise early and visit the famed Tsukiji fish market.Romantic - Good for couples.
Conrad Tokyo 290 rooms from $427Tokyo (Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku)
Stylish, nearing futuristic, both inside and out. This sleek property takes luxury to another level. Contemporary rooms with free standing bathtubs overlooking the Tokyo skyline. An award winning restaurant. Pitch perfect service and a superb spa. You'll be left wanting for nothing.Foodies - Dine in the superb Collage restaurant where French and Japanese cuisines collide.City Style - A sleek hotel complete with Michelin star restaurant and top-notch service.Sights nearby - Be sure to make a trip to the impressive Imperial Palace.Local markets - The bustling Tsukiji fish market is a must see.Recommended by - Tablet
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu 251 rooms from $456Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku Nagatacho 2-10-3)
Contemporary Japan at its finest. Boasting an unbeatable location on the edge of the Imperial Palace gardens and with views of Mount Fiji. Classically styled rooms are minimalist, smart and (unsurprisingly) feature all the mod cons. Housing the well-renowned Suiren restaurant and a superb spa.Local exploring - A chic contemporary property located right by the Imperial Palace.Great walks - Take a relaxing stroll through the Imperial Gardens.Sights nearby - Just a short walk from the Imperial Palace.Views - Great views from hotelRecommended by - Tablet
Andaz 164 rooms from $503Tokyo (Minato-ku)
Chic, contemporary and boasting spectacular city views. The rooms' design is dominated by the enormous expanse of floor to ceiling windows. The bathrooms are luxurious, the style minimalistic and you'll find all the mod-cons you'd expect from this calibre of hotel. A spoiling stay.City Style - A chic urban property occupying the top 7 floors of a sleek tower.Sights nearby - Wander through the Toranomon area and view the many historical shrines, temples and fortified bridges.Views - Great views from hotelSpaRecommended by - Tablet
Four Seasons Marunouchi Tokyo 57 rooms from $515Tokyo (Marunouchi)
A sophisticated five star hotel with a perfectly central city location. Rooms boast impressive views from the floor to ceiling windows. An elegant restaurant serves up fine French cuisine paired with an excellent wine list. Step outside into the upmarket Marunouchi area. A spoiling city base.City Style - A luxury five star property right in the heart of Tokyo.Local markets - Visit the vast Tsukiji fish market and sample some of the produce in the surrounding stalls.Great walks - Take a stroll through the tranquil Imperial Palace gardens.Sights nearby - Make a trip to the impressive Imperial Palace.
Palace Hotel 290 rooms from $520Tokyo
An iconic luxury hotel standing tall in an enviably central location. Rooms boast fabulous views (best enjoyed from the bathtub). A choice selection of restaurants, bars and a spoiling spa make it hardly necessary to step outside. However, once torn away find yourself in the swankiest of districts.City Style - A sleek luxury proprerty in the heart of the city.Great walks - The Imperial Palace Gardens are a tranquil haven within the bustling city.Sights nearby - Explore the impressive Imperial Palace.Romantic - Good for couples.
The Peninsula Tokyo 314 rooms from $587Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku)
A luxury property boasting a fantastic location in the heart of Tokyo. Smart rooms mix Japanese design with contemporary style. The bathrooms are the height of luxury and the views phenomenal. With cuisine, service and a spa all on point this is a tough one to beat.City Style - An uber luxury hotel in one of Tokyo's smartest neighbourhoods.Great walks - Take a stroll through the tranquil Imperial Palace gardens.Sights nearby - Make a trip to visit the impressive Imperial Palace.Romantic - Good for couples.
Mandarin Oriental 179 rooms from $589Tokyo (Chuo-ku)
A sleek urban property located high above the city and boasting spectacular city views. Rooms are cool and contemporary with floor to ceiling windows, parquet flooring and modern Japanese furniture. Featuring a number of elegant restaurants, atmospheric bars and a spoiling spa. Superb.City Style - An uber sleek hotel complete with chic cocktail bar and glamorous restaurants.Spa breaks - A spa boasting extensive facilities alongside fabulous city views.Sights nearby - Visit the Fukutoku Jinja Shinto shrine, walking distance from the property.Romantic - Good for couples.
Shangri-La Hotel 363 rooms from $762Tokyo (Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku)
Luxury defined at this central property boasting spectacular city views. Contemporary rooms feature enormous glass windows, pampering bathrooms and standardly have all the mod cons. Find a number of restaurants and bars, a spoiling spa and easy access to the city making this a fine choice.City Style - An uber luxury hotel with every amenity one could need.Great walks - Take a stroll around the picturesque Imperial Gardens.Sights nearby - Explore the nearby historic Nihonbashi area.Views - Great views from hotelRecommended by - Tablet
Aman Tokyo 82 rooms from $802Tokyo (1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku)
The Aman chain certainly knows how to do luxury and this is no exception. Boasting an enviably central location and chic minimalist style. The spa is undeniably good and arguably Tokyo's finest Italian restaurant is housed within. Ideally suited for both business stays and travellers alike.City Style - An uber chic property defining what it is to be a luxury property.Spa breaks - The Aman properties are well known for their spas.Great walks - Take a stroll through the tranquil Imperial Palace Gardens.Local markets - Wake up early and explore the lively Tsukiji Fish Market.Recommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet
Hoshinoya 84 rooms from $913Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku)
Tokyo's first 5 star ryokan filling the expanse of a 17 floor skyscraper with each floor functioning as an independent guesthouse. Find luxury to the max whether unwinding in the soothing onsens or feasting on the exemplary Japanese cuisine. Step outside into the heart of Tokyo. Superb.City Style - A luxury hotel with each floor acting as an exclusive domain accessible only by the guests staying there.Sailing - Travel down Tokyo's waterways and view the city as the people of ancient Edo once did.Sights nearby - Visit the Imperial Palace, the main residence of the emperor of Japan.Local markets - Be sure to make a trip to the bustling Tsukiji fish market.