The Best Luxury Hotels In Tokyo


Starting Summer 2021, Tokyo’s top luxury hotels celebrate the best of Japan’s iconic capital with "Meet Us In Tokyo." This collaboration brings together the city’s most highly-acclaimed hotels, inviting guests to experience this vibrant destination more fully and create unforgettable new memories.

The Best Luxury Hotels In Tokyo 


Aman Tokyo, the first urban hotel of Aman, is a sanctuary set high above Tokyo’s thriving Otemachi district. The hotel offers scenic views of the Imperial Palace Gardens, skyscrapers, and a skyline of mountains including Mt Fuji on a clear day. An exclusive sanctuary, Aman Tokyo embraces its namesake's cosmopolitan nature while staying true to a classical Japanese aesthetic: wood, stone and washi paper are used to evoke a subtle yet dramatic effect. The hotel offers 84 spacious guest rooms, 2,500 sq. metres wellness facility with a 30-meter pool, Italian dining, Arva, a bar lounge and a café in the small forest at the foot of the building. For more information, please visit here.


Encompassing floors 28–37 of the Shiodome skyscraper, Conrad Tokyo hotel overlooks Tokyo Bay and the ancient Hamarikyu Gardens. It is next to Shiodome Subway Station, providing easy access to central Tokyo, and only 4 kilometers away from the iconic Toyosu Fish Market. Recharge at the hotel's full-service spa, and experience the best Tokyo with fine recommendations from the concierge. For more information, please visit here.


Spread across the top floors of a landmark 39-storey tower and directly connected to the city’s largest subway network, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi brings the capital's endless fascinations within easy reach. Destination experts reveal little-known facets of local life and culture, while bespoke dining and drinking experiences with sky-high terraces channel Tokyo’s exciting buzz. For more information, please visit here.


Your first impression upon arriving at award-winning Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is a sensation retained throughout your stay. Having sped up 38 floors, you step into a stunningly chic, glass-enclosed lobby where all of Tokyo seems spread before you and all things seem possible. Indeed, inspiring views of the metropolis, including Tokyo SkyTree® to the East and Mount Fuji to the West, emerge time and again all through the hotel, whether from its 179 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites, spectacular 12 restaurants and bars or extravagantly sumptuous spa.

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s numerous recognitions and awards include the highest rating in the Hotel and Spa categories in the Forbes Travel Guide 2021 which has made Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is the only hotel in Japan to have received a Five-Star Rating in the Hotel and Spa categories for the seventh consecutive year. For more information, please visit here. For more information, please visit here.


With an incomparable perspective on the city and a singular, moat-side setting just opposite the Imperial Palace gardens, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Palace Hotel Tokyo is a haven of hospitality – serene and refined, and imbued with understated luxury throughout. With its collective of 10 restaurants and bars, an evian SPA and spacious guestrooms featuring private balconies, the property presents a sanctuary in picturesque Marunouchi. For more information, please visit here.


Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo, a 2018- 2021 Forbes Travel Guide Five Star hotel occupies the top 11 floors of the Marunouchi Trust Tower Main building located adjacent and with direct access to the iconic Tokyo Station. Its ultimate convenient location not only serves as the terminus of the Shinkansen bullet train network that extends nationwide, but also the city’s railway hub. The elegantly designed rooms starts from a spacious 50 square meters features floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing unobstructed views of the city. Guests staying on the Horizon Club level located on the top levels of the hotel may enjoy exclusive benefits and access to the Horizon Club Lounge designed as a home-away-from-home for busy globetrotters. For more information, please visit here.


Located at the heart of Tokyo, The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel welcomes you with a contemporary aesthetic derived from its spectacular city view and distinctive design. The guestrooms, skyline spa and pool features breathtaking view of Tokyo, and its point of interests such as Tokyo Skytree, Imperial Palace gardens, National Stadium, while two restaurants including contemporary Japanese cuisine and two sophisticated bars offer an exceptional dining experience. For more information, please visit here.


A stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo begins on the 45th level of the city’s tallest building, where floor-to-ceiling windows perfectly frame the skyline and offer views of Tokyo Tower, National Stadium, and Mt. Fuji. As guests settle into their stay, they discover luxury amenities as impressive as the view: seven incredible restaurants, Club Level accommodations, and a floor dedicated to health and wellness. Stay three or more nights with us at best available rates and enjoy complimentary breakfast as well as workshop of Japan’s famed national drink sake by the top class sake sommelier. For more information, please visit here.


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