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One of the world’s most famously complex destinations, Tokyo has a unique appeal. Japan’s historic capital is at once a place of ancient tradition, and a hip, design-focused city with a world-class foodie scene, epic nightlife and arts aplenty. The city’s accommodation options are the perfect example of this: you’ll find everything from classic family-owned ryokans to elegant boutique hotels, modern business hotels and slick skyscrapers. Finding a balance when visiting can be a challenge; our list of the best places to stay in Tokyo is the perfect starting point.
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For many, the question of where to stay in the city will be closely linked to what you hope to see and do over the course of your visit. To base yourself in the heart of the action, look at hotels near Tokyo Station, or the bright, neon lights of Shinjuku and youthful Shibuya. All are brilliant for top restaurants, designer shopping and a late-night buzz. Set atop reclaimed marshlands and close to the famous Tsukiji Fish Markets, modern Shiodome is home to some of our top spots. If you’re dreaming of discovering old Tokyo’s multi-generational businesses, winding streets, teashops and temples, focus instead on East Tokyo, Asakusa or Nihonbashi, where this enormous city of twelve million people really started.
Tokyo’s highlights, too, are seemingly endless. The Imperial Palace, with its manicured gardens, is a real gem, as are the Edo-Tokyo Museum, The Sensō-ji Temple and the Tokyo Skytree. Don’t miss admiring the cherry blossoms at the Shinjuku Gyoen National Gardens (the season usually runs from late March to early April), participating in a traditional tea ceremony, or tasting mouth-watering cuisine at street stalls and Michelin-starred eateries alike. The best places to stay in Tokyo await!
The Best Places to Stay in Tokyo
For a Classic Ryokan
- The Edo Sakura offers a typical Japanese guesthouse experience, with 30 rooms in a traditional Machiya townhouse in Taito. Choose a room with tatami mattings and futons, or a more modern Western bed. Daily tea ceremonies are held at 10am, and well worth watching. Friendly and quiet.
- Onsen Ryokan Yuen Shinjuku has elegant guestrooms, with a more stylish, contemporary take on floor matting and futon beds. Rectangular windows frame views of skycrapers, and the onsen is ideal for a long soak after a day of exploring. Expect excellent Japanese food, too.
- Cyashitu Ryokan Asakusa is made up of ten rooms with sliding screens, bamboo blinds and low beds. Gather in the lounge for sake and nibbles, or kick back in the hot tub in the evening. A designer take on the classic ryokan experience.
- Yuen Bettei Daita invites guests to unwind in communal hot spring onsen baths (indoor & outdoor) and the soothing Sojyu Spa. Elegant rooms are compact, drawing on typical Japanese elements — tatami flooring, rock gardens and wooden furnishings — and romantic. With Tsukikage serving mouth-watering Japanese fare, this is a very special choice.
For Boutique Chic
- Hotel K5 merges Scandi & Japanese styles in 20 hip rooms. One of Nihonbashi's trendiest boutique boltholes, this little hotel is also known for its terrific restaurant: Caveman. In addition there's a coffee shop, cocktail bar and brewery. A romantic pad in a building dating back to 1924.
- Hotel Azabu 10 has just ten airy guestrooms with sink-into soft furnishings, lots of white-on-white textiles and free-standing tubs. Set in Minato City, it's a romantic choice for a city break. Sample Japanese fare at the highly regarded Totanuki restaurant. Adult only bliss.
- Hotel Koe is a stylish design hotel for the fashion-conscious. With just ten monochromatic rooms, a lively bar and an onsite shop stocking pieces by designer brand Stripe — who founded the hotel — this is a very hip boutique spot. With the front desk transformed into a DJ booth, you'll find youself dancing the night away without even leaving the building.
For Unusual Design
- Hoshinoya, Tokyo’s first five-star ryokan, has 84 rooms on 17 floors, each of which acts as its own luxurious guesthouse. Take a soak in a traditional onsen, feast on exceptional Japanese cuisine, savour a sophisticated tea ceremony and retreat to atmospheric rooms and suites. A wonderful experience.
- Hotel Gajoen has 60 luxurious rooms and suites, and an acclaimed Chinese restauraunt. The big draw, however, is the adjoining historic Hyakudan Kaidan and the vast collection of Japanese pre-war artwork. One for design lovers and culture buffs.
- MUJI Hotel Ginza is a great family choice, with split-level suites offering mutliple beds. Interiors feature pale wooden furnishings and cosy beds topped with crisp white sheets. The enormous flagship MUJI shop is in the same building: perfect for a family shopping trip.
- The Prince Park Tower has its own karaoke bar and bowling alley, as well as an extensive choice of restauraunts and a spoiling spa. A lively, fun choice for a trip with family and friends. Well-located in Shiba Park and close to a number of cultural attractions.
- Trunk Hotel is a trendy offering in the Shibuya district. With an emphasis on reusing and recycling, most of the matierals in the hotel have been repurposed. The vibe is fresh and funky, families will appreciate the flexible room options, and the lively bar is great for groups of friends or families with teenagers who will love the live music evenings.
- The Mandarin Oriental is a swish city hotel, boasting panoramic views from its 179 elegant rooms and suites. Pick this place for the sense of timeless style, the chic bars and restaurants and the impressive spa. A gem for couples, families or business travellers.
- Aman Tokyo has minimalist interiors designed by Kerry Hill, featuring pale wooden furnishings, slate-grey upholstery and crisp white linens. Suites are soothing and contemporary, the spa is sensational, and Venetian-trained chef Masakazu Hiraki promises some of the best Italian food in the city.
- The Tokyo Station Hotel originally opened in 1915, a year after the station itself. Now recognised as a key cultural landmark, this opulent property has been extensively refubished to offer 150 glamorous rooms and suites. Communal spaces feature cut-glass chandeliers, sumptuous drapes and plenty of classic style. Iconic.
- The Shangri-La Hotel will certainly not disappoint. Book one of 363 luxurious rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, admire epic views, dine in style or enjoy rejuvenating treatments at the CHI Spa.
- The Peninsula is a landmark hotel with opulent interiors fusing Japanese design with contemporary style. With nine restaurants, exceptional service, phenomenal views from rooms and the rooftop, an indoor pool and a superb spa this is a seriously special choice.
For Great Value
- Andon Ryokan is a traditional guesthouse in a quiet neighbourhood. 24 simple rooms have roll-down futons and tatami matting, offering a taste of traditional Japanese living. A friendly, great-value choice for budget travellers. Don't miss the excellent tea ceremonies in the communal lounge.
- Asakusa Kokono Club Hotel sits in Tokyo's Taito district, not far from the main sights. Expect smart interiors with muted tones, and a range of family rooms, doubles and dormitories. Modern and well-priced, with very good Japanese cuisine.
- One@Tokyo is the creation of architect Kengo Kuma. Set in downtown Oshiage, East Tokyo, it's an appealingly affordable base for fans of contemporary industrial design, with plywood and concrete featuring heavily. There are epic city views from the rooftop.
FOR AN APARTMENT
- If you'd prefer a self-catering option, we suggest that you visit our online partner Booking.com.
- Fly to Haneda International Airport or to Narita International Airport and travel into the city by high-speed train or regular bus service.
- Tokyo is best navigated by public transport, but you may want to drive if you're exploring beyond the city itself. Contact our online partner Rentalcars if you would like to hire a car.
- This really is a year-round destination. Summers can be hot and humid, with temperatures hovering around 30°C, so we'd recommend travelling in spring — famous for its pink blossoms — or autumn. Winter in Tokyo is cold, but can be very special.
STILL NOT SURE?
- Explore our list of all the best places to stay in Osaka.
- Alternatively, expand your search to see our pick of the best places to stay in Japan.
- Or contact one of our friendly Gurus for advice.
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Andon Ryokan Tokyo 24 rooms from £69Value chic - A great value hotel in a quiet locality but with easy access to the city's main attractions.Learning - Cultural activities at the hotel include tea ceremonies & flower arrangement classesLocal exploring - Excellent location for exploring the surrounding neighbourhood on footGreat walks - Located close to popular Ueno Park, which is lovely for relaxed walks
A traditional guesthouse in a quiet neighbourhood. Simple rooms have roll down futons, tatami matting, large windows and almost nothing else. Bathrooms are shared. The lounge area is a more contemporary affair with new-age furniture and bold colours. A friendly base for travellers on a budget. See More
One@Tokyo Tokyo (Sumida-ku) 142 rooms from £109City Style - This slick design hotel oozes Tokyo style from the distinctive exterior artwork to the bold interior design- a real winnerSights nearby - A short walk to many of the cities sites including the famed temple in Asakusa, Sensoji, and the Sumida RiverLocal exploring - A skip hop and a jump from many of the sights of Tokyo, and overlooking the unmissable Tokyo SkytreeHotel Entertainment - Grab a drink and head up to the rooftop lounge to feast on the incredible views of Tokyo's skylineRecommended by - Tablet
A bold venture designed by famed architect Kengo Kuma, in downtown Oshiage, east Tokyo. The crisscross wooden exterior sets the tone for the industrial conversion plywood and concrete layout of the interiors. The rooms range from comfortable to luxurious and the rooftop offers unbeatable city views. See More
Shibuya Granbell Hotel Tokyo 52 rooms from £117Local markets - Visit the bustling Tsukiji Market, tasting delicacies & seeing freshly caught fish prepared for the city's restaurantsValue chic - A hip hotel in a lively district offering very reasonable rates for couples, families or business travellersSights nearby - Walking distance from the famous Shibuya Scramble crossing & 109 Building; perfect for exploringRestaurant - Ginza-no Steak offers Japanese Wagyu beef steak, whilst Cona specialises in pizzaRecommended by - Tablet
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. See More
Hotel Niwa Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku Misaki-cho) 238 rooms from £122Local exploring - Find many of the city's main attractions within easy access & a number of stations a short walk from the property.Theatre - Catch art house international and Japanese movies at the nearby Iwanami Hall.Great walks - Take a stroll through the 17th century Japanese Koishikawa Kōrakuen Garden.Restaurant - Savour Japanese kaiseki multi-course meals at Yukuri
A smart, well-oiled property boasting excellent city connections. Find a combination of traditional Japanese design mixed with contemporary style. An excellent Japanese restaurant boasts a superb wine list and leafy surrounds give a tranquil feel. Ideal for both business and leisure. See More
The Edo Sakura Tokyo (Taito-ku) 30 rooms from £119Romantic Break - The tranquil atmosphere at this hotel makes it a great place for a couples' break; ask staff for help to plan your sightseeingLocal exploring - Set in a pretty, centrally located neighbourhood with good transport links, this hotel is perfect for local exploringCity Style - With custom-designed interiors that draw on Japanese tea house culture, this hotel has plenty of local Tokyo charmSights nearby - Visit the nearby Ono Terusaki Shrine, a historic Buddhist site said to have been founded in 852
This design hotel is nestled in a Japanese-style Machiya townhouse in Taito, Tokyo. The hotel offers the option of a traditional experience, with futon beds and tatami mats, or contemporary, Western rooms. Enjoy a daily tea ceremony in the morning before you set out sightseeing. See More
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo (Shinjuku-Ku) 1435 rooms from £161Other Activities - The hotel operates 50 different bus tours that depart and arrive from the hotel lobbyBusiness meetings - A smart hotel with multiple event spaces, perfect for large weddings or conferencesCity Style - A sleek contemporary hotel located in Shinjuku’s Skyscraper District.Great walks - Take a stroll around the nearby Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden.
Japan’s first skyscraper hotel by Tokyo’s busy Shinjuku station attracts guests wanting a taste of Japanese culture. Choose the Premier Grand rooms on the upper floors for top-notch luxury with stunning views. A spectacular array of restaurants and rooftop pool makes this a tough one to beat. See More
Onsen Ryokan Yuen Shinjuku Tokyo 193 rooms from £132City Style - Offering a blend of classic Japanese comfort and contemporary city style, this hotel has lots of local Tokyo charmLocal exploring - Set in the heart of Tokyo in the Shinjuku neighbourhood, book this hotel as a base for your city exploringRomantic Break - With cosy suites, a romantic onsen and great restaurant, book this hotel for your next couples' city breakSights nearby - Visit the nearby Taiso-ji Temple, an oasis of calm in the area with a renowned Buddha statue and lots of local cats
This Tokyo hotel blends city style with Japanese tradition in central Shinjuku. In the elegant guestrooms, futon beds and tatami areas nod to local customs, while the rectangular windows with skyscraper views introduce contemporary Tokyo. Soak in the hotel onsen after sightseeing. See More
Muji Hotel Ginza Tokyo (Chuo-ku) 79 rooms from £137Families - With family rooms available & one child under 12 allowed to stay for free, this is a very family-friendly choiceDesigner Shopping - First things first - be sure to take a look around Muji's ten-storey flagship store which sits below the hotelClose to nightlife - The Ginza district is packed full with bars and restaurants, perfect for a big night outCity Style - Bringing Muji's distinct minimalist style to Japan's capital
It comes as no surprise that MUJI have created a chic contemporary space in the heart of Tokyo. Located atop its flagship store expect minimalist spaces beautifully styled with blonde wood, high-end technology and warm lighting. Complete with a superb restaurant and chic bar. A trendy pick. See More
The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon Tokyo (Taito-ku, Kaminarimon 2-16-11) 137 rooms from £185Other Activities - Experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony at the hotel; speak to the team at arrange something specialLocal exploring - A 2-minute walk from Asakusa Subway Station & iconic Kaminari-mon Gate, with views of Tokyo SkytreeValue chic - A sleek hotel with a surprisingly affordable price tag, perfect for couples or business travellersSights nearby - Situated just opposite the Thunder Gate entrance to the city’s oldest temple complex, Sensoji.Recommended by - Tablet
A sophisticated hotel in the atmospheric eastern Asakusa district, moments from the iconic iconic Kaminari-mon Gate. 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. See More
The Prince Park Tower Tokyo (Shiba Koen 4-8-1) 603 rooms from £199Hotel Entertainment - The onsite bowling alley and karaoke are brilliant for fun evenings with friends and familyLocal exploring - Set in the heart of Tokyo with many of the city's main attractions within easy reach.Groups - Great fun for a group trip, the hotel boasts a bowling alley and karaoke barLocal markets - Rise early and visit the iconic Tsukiji fish market to see the day's catch
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, karaoke bar, spoiling spa and multiple restaurants. Fabulous. See More
Hotel New Otani Tokyo (Kioi-Cho 4-1) 62 rooms from £204Great walks - Take a stroll through the hotel's picturesque 400-year old Japanese gardens, which also include a waterfallFoodies - With 37 dining options, this is a great choice for those dreaming of variety when it comes to food!Other Activities - Traditional tea ceremonies can be arrange on request at the hotelCity Style - A sleek urban property set in gorgeous manicured gardens.Recommended by - Tablet
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. Pick the Executive House Zen rooms for some serious luxury & sample some of the 37 dining options. See More
Park Hotel Tokyo Tokyo 270 rooms from £162Local exploring - Located within walking distance of many of Tokyo's principal attractions, this hotel is a great base for local sightseeingRomantic Break - With charming suites, romantic restaurants and spa facilities, this hotel makes an ideal choice for a couples' getawayCity Style - With contemporary artwork and a central location, book this hotel for a stylish city breakGreat walks - Explore this part of downtown Tokyo on foot with a long walk, stopping at the pretty Hamarikyu Gardens on the way
This contemporary Tokyo art hotel is located steps from Shiodome subway, with rooms starting from the 25th floor. Guest suites feature unique wall art and spectacular skyline views. Dine at the bistro restaurant overseen by acclaimed Japanese chef Tateru Yoshino after sightseeing. See More
Cyashitsu Ryokan Asakusa Tokyo 10 rooms from £162Local exploring - Set in a charming district of Tokyo close to the river, book this hotel as a base for local sightseeingRomantic Break - With classic rooms and a sixth-floor hot tub, this hotel is perfet for a romantic couples' city breakCity Style - With tea house-inspired aesthetics and a central location, this hotel has lots of local Tokyo charmGreat walks - Explore the city on foot with a long walk, starting at the pretty, neighbouring Denboin Garden
This hotel offers guests the traditional tea house experience in a contemporary Tokyo setting. Guestrooms offer flexible use with sliding screens, fold-away futons and tatami floors. Soak in the outdoor bath on the sixth-floor with views over the city after a day out sightseeing. See More
Asakusa Kokono Club Hotel Tokyo (2-16-2 Asakusa, Taito-ku) 30 rooms from £163Local exploring - Asakusa Kokona Club Hotel is a fantastic choice for those looking to get to know Tokyo on foot or bicycleMuseums - Head over to the Tokyo National Museum, Edo-Tokyo Museum or National Museum of Nature and ScienceValue chic - Smart, well-located and well-priced, with private rooms or dormitoriesLocal markets - The Nakamise Market, one of Japan's oldest shopping centres, is full of souvenirs with some dating back to the Edo periodRecommended by - Tablet
Asakusa Kokono Club Hotel is set in Tokyo's Taito district, a short distance from the city's main sights. The property features dark, muted tones & smart interiors as well as a range of accommodation (penthouses, family rooms and dormitories). Japanese cuisine served. A splendid all-round stay. See More
Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo (Bunkyo-ku) 260 rooms from £210Business meetings - Brilliant for business travellers, who can use the 24-hour business centre before unwinding in the pool, spa or gardensGreat walks - Strolls through the Chinzanso Gardens are a wonderful way to relax and soak up Tokyo's natural beautyOther Activities - Partake in an evening tea ceremony in the gorgeous garden's atmospheric tea houseTotal relaxation - A luxury property set in tranquil Japanese gardens. The perfect city respite.
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. See More
Hotel Okura, Tokyo Tokyo (Minato-ku) 801 rooms from £216Great walks - Amble around the picturesque Hama-Rikyu Garden after big days of exploring Tokyo's sights, restaurants and barsBusiness meetings - A swish choice for business travellers, with event spaces and a smart fusion of traditional and modern designLocal exploring - A smart hotel boasting a central location near many of the city's main attractionsMuseums - Visit The Okura Shukokan Museum of Fine Arts or the nearby Musee Tomo
A sleek & smart hotel in a superb location. Minimalist rooms have crisp white linens, big modern bathrooms & good proportions for Tokyo. Boasting a wide range of restaurants & bars plus a 20m indoor pool. An ideal base for both travel & business with a well earned reputation for excellence. See More
Trunk Hotel Tokyo (Shibuya) 15 rooms from £221Designer - Interiors fuse traditional Japanese elements with new, innovative ideas - what the brand calls“Tokyo Design”Other Activities - For an entertaining evening, reserve the chef's table overlooking the kitchen and watch them cook up a storm!City Style - Tokyo's hippest hotel - a masterpiece crafted out of recycled & abandoned materials, with an urban-chic vibeHotel Entertainment - The lively bar offers craft cocktails and trendy DJs and draws a crowd of local hipstersRecommended by - Design Hotels, Tablet
Tokyo's first truly hip boutique hotel, perfectly placed in the trendsetting Shibuya district. The emphasis here is on reuse and recycle- almost everything has had a previous life before it was lovingly coaxed into the hotel. Chic rooms, fantastic food, an outrageously fun bar and an inspired ethos. See More
Hotel K5 Tokyo (Chuo-ku) 20 rooms from £208Foodies - A meal at Caveman is worth a visit alone with its nine course meals paired with teas, fermented drinks, organic wines, and sakeBoutique - A 20 room boutique stay complete with sleek Japandi aesthetic, a hip restaurant and even a plant shop and breweryCity Style - Swedish and Japanese styles merge in this hip hideaway set amidst the financial district of Nihonbashi KabutochoDesigner - Designed by Swedish architectural studio Claesson Koivisto Rune, expect chic minimalist styleRecommended by - Design Hotels
Arguably one of the city's hippest boutique stays set in Nihonbashi Kabutocho district. Minimalist design merges Scandi & Japanese styles. A renowned restaurant Caveman serves superb nine-course meals plus there is a hip coffee bar, a cocktail bar and even a brewery. A destination in its own right. See More
Dai Ichi Hotel Tokyo 278 rooms from £281Local exploring - Well situated near the popular Ginza area, with excellent transport links to central TokyoFamilies - Twin rooms and large suites are ideal for families or groups travelling togetherLocal markets - Rise early and visit the bustling Tsukiji Fish Market.Great walks - Take a stroll through the Hamarikyu Gardens, laid out in the traditional Edo style.
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. See More
Yuen Bettei Daita Tokyo (Setagaya-ku) 35 rooms from £221Wellbeing - With communal hot spring onsen baths (indoor & outdoor), mist saunas, a relaxation room and spa — this is a restorative stayTotal relaxation - A contemporary take on a traditional ryokan with beautifully peaceful architecture, the perfect spot to unwind in buzzy TokyoFamilies - Although the atmospher feels quite grown-up, kids are very welcome with children's menus & access to the onsensRestaurant - Tsukikage serves up contemporary Japanese fare and there is a Tea Room too
A contemporary ryokan inn set in a quiet residential neighbourhood. Compact but beautifully styled rooms feature minimalist pine furniture, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Japanese gardens & tatami mat floors. The modern Japanese restaurant is very good while the spa and onsens are a real lure. See More
Imperial Hotel Tokyo (CHIYODA-KU) 875 rooms from £297Families - There are onsite child care services run by fully qualified staff plus lots of family friendly rooms and suites.Foodies - Foodies will be in heaven with all the choice from Michelin starred french cuisine to superb sushi.City Style - An opulent hotel boasting fantastic service and location.Restaurant - There are several restaurants to choose from including Michelin Starred Les Saisons for French fine dining.
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. See More
The Tokyo Station Hotel Tokyo (Chiyoda) 150 rooms from £311Great walks - Stroll to the Ginza area, 10 minutes away, for guided heritage walks and a fascinating insight into Tokyo lifeCity Style - A touch of old-school glamour in this famously modern city, this is a well-located hotel for a Tokyo breakSights nearby - Visit the Imperial Palace, the grand home to the Emperor of Japan, just a 20 minute walk away.Local markets - Rise early and visit the famed Tsukiji fish market.
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. See More
Conrad Tokyo Tokyo (Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku) 290 rooms from £328Close to nightlife - Discover Ginza, Tokyo's world-famous shopping and entertainment district, right on your doorstepFoodies - 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.Museums - Don't miss visiting the impressive Tokyo Big Sight Exhibition CentreRecommended by - Tablet
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, exceptional service & a superb spa make this a real gem. You'll be left wanting for nothing. See More
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku Nagatacho 2-10-3) 251 rooms from £350Close to nightlife - The Akasaka district is famed for its restaurants & bars, some of which have traditional musical performances by geishasBusiness meetings - Slick, modern interiors, a downtown location and multiple event spaces make this a top business choiceLocal exploring - A chic contemporary property close to the Imperial Palace and other Tokoy highlightsMuseums - Visit the fascinating exhibitions at the National Art Center.Recommended by - Tablet
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. See More
Cerulean Tower Hotel Tokyo (Shibuya-ku) 231 rooms from £289Foodies - With 12 restaurants, bars and eateries to choose from, foodies are spoiled for choice at this modern city bolt-holeCity Style - Set in the heart of Tokyo with breathtaking views over the cityscape, this hotel has reams of chic city charmLocal exploring - With a great location in Shibuya, book this hotel as a base for your local sightseeingFamilies - Onsite childcare faciilties open from 10am - 7pm for nursery age childrenRecommended by - Tablet
This smart Tokyo hotel is set at the top of the Cerulean Tower in Shibuya. The warm, contemporary guestrooms start on the 19th floor, offering spectacular views over the skyscrapers towards Mount Fiji from expansive windows. Dine at the 40th-floor restaurant to complete the experience. See More
Andaz Tokyo (Minato-ku) 164 rooms from £386Museums - Visit the Tokyo National Museum, the The Mori Arts Center Gallery and the National Art Centre, TokyoSights nearby - Discover the historic Toranomon area by visiting the Atago Shrine, Zojoji Temple & Hamarikyu GardensBusiness meetings - Airy, modern events spaces are ideal for business meetings, presentations and stylish eventsCity Style - A chic urban property occupying the top 7 floors of a sleek tower.Recommended by - Tablet
Chic, contemporary and boasting spectacular city views, this is a smart & spoiling stay. 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. See More
Takemine Ryokan Tokyo (Shinjuku-ku) 20 rooms from £307City Style - Set in the heart of Tokyo, blending classic tea house design with contemporary style, this hotel has lots of city charmLocal exploring - The location of this hotel is ideal for sightseeing, set close to many of Tokyo's main attractionsFamilies - With spacious family suites available, this hotel is great for parents travelling with childrenSights nearby - Visit the nearby Takaosan Yakuoin Temple, built in 744. It is known for the Buddhist practice of shugendo or mountain asceticism
This newly renovated hotel sits in central Tokyo. Guestrooms blend contemporary comfort with traditional tea house aesthetics, featuring an in-room bamboo terrace and Tatami flooring. Sample the handmade, seasonal chef's dinner by reserving in advance. A stylish base for a city break. See More
Four Seasons Marunouchi Tokyo Tokyo (Marunouchi) 57 rooms from £395Families - Kids are welcome here with plenty of treats including games, toys, books, video games and child-sized bathrobesCity 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.
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. See More
Palace Hotel, Tokyo Tokyo 290 rooms from £399Museums - Discover the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, the Idemitsu Museum of Modern Art and the Crafts Gallery of the National Museum of ArtDesigner Shopping - The neighbourhood is well known as a spot for high-end retail therapy, with Ginza a 10-minute walk awayFamilies - Children are welcome, with complimentary treats including bathrobes, slippers and pyjamasCity Style - A sleek luxury property for well-heeled travellers in the heart of the city
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. See More
Hotel Koe Tokyo (Shibuya) 10 rooms from £404Designer Shopping - This hotel was set up by the clothing company Stripe International, expect to fnd great things in the on site shopCity Style - Oozing style from the lifestyle and clothing shop, to the DJ worthy event space and the chic French eateryHotel Entertainment - The lobby turns into a music venue, with a check in desk DJ booth- now that's entertainment!Sights nearby - Centrally located in vibrant Shibuya, head out and explore this fantastic cityRecommended by - Tablet
A unique and multifaceted hotel in bustling Shibuya. Run by Stripe International clothing company it houses an on site boutique spanning one whole floor. The rooms, though small (it is Tokyo after all) are stunning in an exquisite minimalist style that starkly contrasts with the bustle of the city. See More
Hotel Ryumeikan Ochanomizo Honten Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku) 9 rooms from £350City Style - With over 100 years of experience hosting visitors to Tokyo, this hotel has all the style of a true city institutionLocal exploring - With good transport links close by, this hotel makes the perfect base for local exploring in the cityRomantic Break - The tranquil atmosphere and spacious suites at this hotel make it a great option for a couples' breakGreat walks - Explore the city centre on foot with a long walk; stop off at the pretty Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden on the way
Founded in 1899, this Japanese-style inn has a long-standing reputation in Tokyo. Recently renovated to meet the needs of contemporary travellers, the guestrooms blend Western comfort with local tradition, juxtaposing raised beds with tatami floors and screen-style windows. A classic city stay. See More
The Peninsula Tokyo Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku) 314 rooms from £451Great walks - Take a stroll through the tranquil Imperial Palace gardens, right on the hotel's doorstep, with an expert guideFamilies - Pokemon in-room amenities are provided for all kids aged 2-11 incl bathrobe, toothbrush, doll and more!Cycling - Hire bicycles from the hotel to explore the surrounding Ginza district on two wheelsCity Style - An uber luxury hotel in one of Tokyo's smartest neighbourhoods.
A grand, luxurious hotel in a fantastic location, close to Ginza in the heart of Tokyo. Smart rooms mix Japanese design with contemporary style, the bathrooms are indulgent and the views phenomenal. With nine restaurants, exceptional service and a superb spa, this is a tough one to beat. Iconic. See More
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo (Chuo-ku) 179 rooms from £452Families - There are a range of family friendly rooms and suites plus complementary slippers, bathrobes, and much moreCity 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.
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. See More
Park Hyatt, Tokyo Tokyo (Shinjuku-ku, Nishishinjuku) 177 rooms from £482Local exploring - Park Hyatt is the ideal base from which to get to know TokyoCity Style - An uber cool hotel in Tokyo's most high-tech districtSights nearby - Be sure to visit the historic Imperial Palace or the Sensoji TempleGreat walks - Wander through the beautiful Shinjuku Gyoen National GardenRecommended by - Tablet
Park Hyatt is centrally located in Tokyo's Shinjuku district. This sleek contemporary spot offers smart, spacious accommodation featuring Hokkaido wood panelling and Egyptian cotton sheets. Unwind in the spa or marvel in the splendid views at The Peak Bar with a tipple. A first-class 5* city stay! See More
Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo Tokyo (Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku) 363 rooms from £585Spa breaks - The Shangri-La's CHI Spa is a wellness haven in the heart of the city, and rejuvenating treatmetnts come highly recommendedGreat walks - Take a stroll around the picturesque Imperial Gardens, or a hotel-organised guided walking tour around the city centreCity Style - An superb luxury hotel with an excellent spa, great dining options and lashing of style in a central locationCycling - Hop aboard the hotel's bicycles to tour central Tokyo on two wheelsRecommended by - Tablet
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. See More
Hotel Gajoen Tokyo 60 rooms from £471Families - There is a good range of both Japanese and Western style rooms, most of which can easily accommodate familiesLocal exploring - Set close to museums and tourist attractions, choose this hotel as a base for your local exploring in TokyoCity Style - Blending classic and contemporary approaches to Japanese hospitality, this hotel offers modern city styleFoodies - Boasting an acclaimed Chinese restaurant available for private hire, this hotel is great for foodiesRecommended by - Small Luxury Hotels
This unique, luxury hotel is home to a museum of Japanese pre-war art in Tokyo. Guests can choose from traditional or modern Japanese-style rooms, or classic Western layouts. Enjoy dinner at stylish Chinese restaurant Shunyuki after browsing the hotel's collection. See More
Aman Tokyo Tokyo (1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku) 82 rooms from £616City Style - An chic, minimalist property perfect for sophisticated business or leisure travellers staying in the heart of the citySpa breaks - The fabulous spa has a Japanese bath, steam room & eight treatment rooms - perfect for a wellness breakClose to nightlife - Big nights out are guaranteed in the buzzy Shibuya and the skyscraper-filled Shinjuku districtsYoga - Learn martial art manoeuvres and Samurai etiquette with a laido lessonRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet
The Aman group certainly knows how to do luxury and this is no exception. Boasting an enviably central location and chic minimalist style. The spa is undeniably fabulous & this Italian restaurant amongst the best in the city. Ideal suited for business stays and romantic city breaks alike. See More
Hotel Azabu 10 Tokyo (Minato-ku) 10 rooms from £519Romantic Break - With opulent guestrooms, a cosy restaurant and romantic hot tub, book this hotel for your next couples' city breakFoodies - Enjoy seasonal Japanese cuisine with a light Western influence, paired with one of the restaurant's over 100 winesCity Style - With a central location and stylish, contemporary interiors, book this hotel for modern Tokyo charmGreat walks - Explore the area on a long city walk, stopping at the Tokyo Tower for great views from the observation deck
This compact luxury hotel is located in Minato City, Tokyo. The individually designed feature a blend of Japanese traditional materials and European style, with luxury linens and sink-in soft furnishings. Sample Japanese cuisine with a light Western touch at the hotel's Totanuki restaurant. See More
Hoshinoya Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku) 84 rooms from £701Other Activities - Experience the rituals of a typical tea ceremony in the hotel's dedicated tea room, a reflective, minimalist spaceCity Style - A luxury hotel with each floor acting as an exclusive domain, accessible only by specific guestsYoga - Try early morning traditional sword training on the rooftop from 6.45amHideaway - A restful oasis in the heart of one of the world's busiest cities
Tokyo's first 5-star ryokan fills a 17-floor skyscraper, with each floor acting as an independent guesthouse. Expect utter luxury, whether unwinding in soothing onsens or feasting on exemplary Japanese cuisine. A serene haven for design lovers. Step outside into the heart of Tokyo. Superb. See More
The Tokyo Toranomon EDITION Tokyo 206 rooms from £597Restaurant - The Blue Room serves Japanese comfort food while The Jade Room, headed by cult British chef Tom Aikens, is a foodie destinationCity Style - Spanning the upper levels of a shiny new skyscraper, this plant filled hotel feels at once very chic yet refreshingly laid-backBusiness meetings - Set in the Toranomon business district this is a convenient and luxurious base for those visiting for meetingsViews - All rooms share impressive views across the skyline – some with views of red and white Tokyo TowerRecommended by - Tablet
Set within a sleek new skyscraper in the Toranomon business district, this stylish hotel created by Ian Schrager (of Studio 54 fame) is both chic and laid-back. Plant-filled interiors give a jungly vibe, minimalist rooms have epic city views, and there are some alluring food options. A stylish stay. See More
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku Otemachi 1-2-1) 190 rooms from £606Families - Children are well taken care of here with every amenity you could imagine plus games, colouring books, and kids' menusFoodies - Both restaurants are standout but Est, headed by Michelin-starred chef Guillaume Bracaval, is a real treatViews - Choose from views of the Imperial Palace Gardens or Tokyo's neon lit skyscrapersSights nearby - The Imperial Palace and its forested grounds are just next door
A slick contemporary five-star hotel set in a 39-storey skyscraper in the financial district. The two standout restaurants (one French and one Italian) plus the expansive spa are the real lure. However, spacious minimalist rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and epic views also pull the crowds. See More