Tokyo, Japan, is a unique place to visit, offering hotels with great views, gourmet dining and historic attractions. The city is divided into several distinct areas. For example, Ginza is known for shopping, Asakusa for historic shrines. While it's easy to get around the city using public transportation (subways and buses), if this is your first time in Tokyo, taking a cab is the easiest way to go. Once you are settled in your hotel, you can study the subway system and start exploring the city. Our list of Best Luxury Getaways in Tokyo includes romantic and family hotels. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Park Hyatt Tokyo
The Park Hyatt Tokyo is an elegant hotel located in the Shinjuku part of Tokyo and was used as a backdrop for the movie Lost In Translation. Specially commissioned works of art are displayed throughout the hotel which was designed to feel like a luxury private residence with spectacular views. Work out and book a spa treatment at the Club on the Park which has an indoor pool, fitness room, spa relaxation areas and treatment rooms, as well as an aerobics studio with panoramic views.
Head to Shinjuku Station to access Tokyo's rail system that will connect you with other parts of the city. The rail system may take some time to get used to, but it is the most speedy and best priced option for traveling around this large city.
The hotel has 177 rooms and suites with scenic views and designer interiors.
The hotel offers several elegant dining options, including the New York Grill and the Japanese restaurant Kozue. Room rates start at 48000 JPY, depending on when you go (+81 3 5322 1234).
2.The Strings Hotel
The Strings Hotel offers incredible city views from its rooms and suites. The hotel is built around a huge central courtyard where delicious buffet breakfast is served in the morning from an open kitchen. Even if you are not staying at the hotel, the breakfast alone is a feast for the senses. Choose from fresh pastries, teas, sushi, soups and other delicacies. The hotel's fitness center has cardio machines facing the city, where you can work out on vacation, enjoying incredible views of the skyline. Service at the the hotel is excellent: from quick check-in. to courteous and efficient room service.
For dinner, try China Shadow Restaurant which serves fine cuisine in an elegant setting. Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows that let you watch the city life below. Room rates at the hotel start at 50,000 Yen per night. Tokyo is a great honeymoon destination, offering couples a combination of shopping, historic attractions and great restaurants (+81-3-57831111).
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When you check into the Conrad Tokyo you can be sure that you will receive five star service and be able to enjoy spectacular views of the water andthe city from the hotel's spa, restaurants, lounges and bars.
Guest rooms and suites at the hotel are furnished in contemporary style, offering minimalist decor that gives you a sense of space. All accommodations have huge floor-to-ceiling windows from which you can enjoy great views during the day and at night. Ask for one of the rooms on a high floor for the most panoramic views of Tokyo and the bay.
For some incredible relaxation with city views, visit Mizuki Spa and one of the signature treatments, or check into the spacious couples suites.
Choose from a menu of treatments which includes Rituals, Facials, Body Treatments, Men's Treatments and other services.
The spacious couples suite has two treatment tables and a huge bath tub next to windows overlooking Tokyo. Allow plenty of time before and after a treatment to fully enjoy this incredible urban space.
The specially designed Rituals are a great way to get over jet lag and relax after a day out in the city. Relieve tension and tone the skin with the Tranquility Ritual. Improve circulation in the legs and body with a Purity Ritual. Indulge in a Sacred Nature Ritual, a full-body anti-aging treatment. Located on the 29th floor of the hotel, the fitness center has large windows overlooking the city. Do your morning workout enjoying the view, hire a personal trainer to target specific fitness goals, or take a yoga, Pilates or ballet class in the aerobics studio.
VacationIdea.com Vacation Tip: Download the free Conrad Concierge App and plan your visit using the interactive app which includes local attractions as well as services at the hotel. You can book your spa treatment and make dinner reservations with a click of a button.
You will have several great dining options at the hotel. There is excellent Japanese cuisine at Kazahana where you can sample gourmet Sushi, Teppan and Kaiseki. China Blue is a Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant serving modern Chinese cuisine with fantastic views of the city and the water. A unique offering at the restaurant is a 8-meter walk-in wine cellar. TwentyEight lounge offers live music and delicious cocktails in the evenings.
Room rates start at 40,500 Yen at night.
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4.Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is a luxury hotel near the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Stock Exchange. The hotel offers spectacular views of the city from its rooms, the five star spa and the restaurants.
The hotel has 157 rooms and 21 suites, which are among the largest in Japan. The rooms and suites are located on floors 38 and up and enjoy panoramic views of Tokyo, Japan. If you want to enjoy some of the most spectacular city views in the world while getting pampered, visit the Spa at the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo. The facility has incredible treatment rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Tokyo. The dry sauna has a wall of glass with a view of the city. Whether you book a treatment during the day or at night, you will be able to get a bird's eye view.
The wellness center is situated on the 37th floor and offers four treatment rooms and
five spacious suites offering stunning views of the city skyline. There is a fully-equipped fitness center where you can work out by yourself or with a personal trainers. The Beauty Salon can help you get ready for important business events and weddings.
Choose from a varied menu of services, including holistic signature treatments, invigorating heat and water experiences and in-room Shiatsu massage.
The hoteloffers a great selection of restaurants and bars. There is the Michelin-starred Signature restaurant which serves French-inspired cuisine; Sense, which offers Contemporary Cantonese cuisine; All-day Asian-inspired dining at K'shiki, Delicious sushi and great views at Sushi SORA; and
Italian buffet at Ventaglio. For some of the best cocktails in the city, head to the Mandarin Bar. Enjoy Asian tea at Sense Tea Corner, afternoon tea at Oriental Lounge, and mouth watering desserts at the Gourmet Shop.
The hotel has a private wedding chapel with seating for up to 90 guests. A specialized team of wedding and event planners can help you plan the perfect wedding. The hotel offers 16 venues which can be used to host small or large weddings. The ballroom can accommodate 260 guests in an elegant setting.
Room rates start at JPY 45,000.
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5.Palace Hotel Tokyo
Located just across from the beautiful Imperial Palace gardens, the new Palace Hotel Tokyo is a unique moat-side getaway with a luxurious French spa.
The design for the guest rooms is inspired by the Imperial gardens with contemporary furniture, cutting edge technology and large windows with panoramic views. Most rooms and luxury suites have balconies and terraces, perfect for a breakfast with a view of Tokyo. Take a relaxing bath in the open-style bathroom with a bath tub right next to the window. Brew delicious Japanese tea in a traditionally made cast iron teapot and sip it in a delicate handmade cup.
When you stay in a suite, you get access to the Club Lounge on the 19th floor where you receive a number of exclusive benefits such as buffet breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails and canapes, separate check-in and check-out service, and complimentary use of a private meeting room. The property offers 12 luxurious suites with hand-tufted carpets with leafy motifs, original artwork and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The Alpine-inspired Evian Spa follows the principles of the original spa at the Evian Resort in France as well as Asian healing therapies.
The city spa has five treatment rooms and a spa suite for couples and parties. Arrive before your treatment to enjoy the property's five star facilities.
There are ten dining venues where you can taste incredible Japanese cuisine at Wadakura, or dine in an elegant art deco setting. Sweets & Deli is a gourmet pastry shop where you can try some of the best homemade chocolate, breads, sweets and pastries.
Room rates start at JPY 50,000 per night.
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6.Imperial Hotel Tokyo
Centrally located near Tokyo Imperial Palace and Hibiya Park, Imperial Hotel Tokyo in Japan is one of the top luxury hotels in the city.
The original hotel was designed in 1916 by Frank Lloyd Wright. It was later completely demolished, but the lobby of the hotel still pays tribute to the famous architect.
The 5th floor houses a sound-proof music room furnished with a Steinway piano and a variety of sound and video equipment. It's frequently used by visiting musicians and singers. Visit the spa for a massage, to swim in the indoor pool and detox in the sauna. The property has restaurants serving French, Chinese and Japanese cuisine. The Old Imperial Bar is a famous bar in Tokyo, offering an extensive menu of drinks from around the world.
Room rates start at 38,400 JPY per night.
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7.Grand Hyatt Tokyo
The Grand Hyatt Tokyo, located in the center of Roppongi, has luxurious rooms, seven restaurants, a stunning urban spa and great views of the city at night. The hotel is famous because it was featured in the popular movie Lost in Translation. It has 389 contemporary rooms and suites on 21 floors. A selection of natural woods and fabrics have been used in design to give the rooms a residential feel. The rooms are outfitted with the latest technology, including a large flat-screen television (plus a smaller one in the bathroom), work desk and Internet access.The Presidential Suite on the 21st floor is the only suite in the city with a private outdoor heated swimming pool, a unique honeymoon idea.
Choose from seven unique restaurants including French, Italian, Western, Japanese and Chinese cuisine. The Oak Door restaurant serves premium quality meats and international wines. The steakhouse has an open kitchen where you can enjoy the action. There is also terrace seating and a private dining room for special celebrations. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch buffets at The French Kitchen, a classic French eatery. The restaurant has an open kitchen, a bar, and an outside terrace. If you are celebrating an anniversary of a special occasion, book the "Chef's Table". For some of the best sushi and sashimi, head to Roku Roku. Sample a selection of Japanese sakes from boutique distilleries, hand-picked by the sake sommelier. Keyakizaka serves market fresh seasonal meats, seafood, poultry and vegetables prepared Teppanyaki-style. Enjoy amazing Japanese cuisine in the main dining room or one of the intimate private dining rooms at Shunbou.
Roppongi is a center of Tokyo's nightlife and entertainment. The hotel is part of the Roppongi Hills complex which offers first class shopping and dining. The Virgin Cinema is unlike any movie theater you've ever been to. If you are on your first trip to Tokyo then get up early and make your way over to Tsukiji Fish Market.
The easiest way to get there is to have a car pick you up at the airport. However, this is expensive and traffic can be a problem depending on the time of you arrival. Instead, take a 53-minute ride on the Narita express train from Narita airport into Tokyo Station and then take a taxi. Rates start at around 34,000 Yen per night (+81 3 4333 1234).
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At night, neon signs showcase luxury brands at night in Ginza. You'll notice a pretty window display at Matsuya, the unique glowy design of the Dior building and the stylish displays in the Apple Store. Many shops stay open until around 8pm, giving visitors a chance to shop and sightsee at the same time. Located at the main Ginza crossing, known as Yonchome, the subway station is located at the landmark clock tower of the Wako store. On the oposite corner is a Mitsukoshi department store. The other two famous department stores, Matsuya and Matsuzakaya, are just steps away from the station. ocated near the Ginza subway station, Matsuzakaya is one of the oldest department stores in Japan. Inside Matsuzakaya Ginza, there is a pet shop and a children's play area. With service is available in English for foreign visitors, it's easy to spend a good part of a day inside the store.
Ginza is a great place to go window shopping. Whether you are interested in international fashion, traditional Japanese products or the latest in consumer electronics, Ginza has it all. Since most shops remain open on weekends and on holidays, this area of Tokyo is a fun place to visit when the rest of the city takes time off. If you have a couple of spare hours to spend in Ginza, visit the Sony Building where you can browse the latest Sony products. There are also restaurants, cafes, shops and showrooms where special events take place throughout the year. In fact, the building is such a popular meeting spot in Tokyo that it receives 5.6 million visitors each year.
The Apple Store is a great place to preview all of Apple's latest electronic gadgets. The store is easy to get to since it is located near the Ginza subway station. Once you exit the subway, look for the large Motsuya and Mitsukoshi department stores. The Apple Store is between them, on the opposite side of the road. At Matsuya department store, one can find just about anything, at a price. The store features luxury clothing boutiques, traditional Japanese products and items for the home. The basement of Matsuya is our favorite - one can pick up already prepared foods at a great price, such as Yakitori for $1 or a cup of white rice for $1.50. Mitsukoshi is an upscale department store with several locations in Tokyo, including in the trendy Ginza district. The store is easy to find since it is located right next to the Ginza Subway Station. In addition to designer clothing, traditional Japanese products and cosmetics, the store also sells fine wine and sweets.
Sensoji Temple is the oldest temple in Tokyo, Japan. The temple is located in the historic Asakusa area which home to other ancient buildings. Arriving at the Asakusa train station, visitors first walk through the towering Kaminarimon Gate and pass by quaint Japanese shops before reaching the temple (a five-minute walk). Sensoji Temple is open to worshipers daily. Asakusa is the area of Tokyo that best preserves the architecture and ambiance of the Edo Period. Sensoji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo, is surrounded by shops selling traditional Japanese items, such as straw sandals, dolls and umbrellas. >Most visitors to Tokyo's Sensoji Temple don't even notice the quiet green area with shrines and a Koi pond just behind the temple. After walking down the busy Nakamise-dori street and visiting the popular temple, the garden behind it provides a contemplative ambiance where visitors can rest their senses.
Shopping Along Nakamise-dori
Asakusa is one of the areas of Tokyo where it's easy to shop for souvenirs and small gifts to bring home with you. The long Nakamise-dori street that runs from the Kaminarimon Gate to the Senso-ji Temple is filled with shops that sell fans, candy, silk boxes and other items. The street is covered with a canopy that provides shade in the summer and protects shoppers on rainy days. Hozomon Gate leads from the Nakamise Dori shopping street to the Sensojo Temple. In front of the gate there are several Japanese food shops where visitors can have a quick snack before visiting the temple.
The Pagoda in Asakusa
The Pagoda in Asakusa stands five stories tall to the left of the famous Senso-ji Temple in Tokyo, Japan. The structure is visible from the temple and from the nearby streets.
More Shopping Ideas in Tokyo
If shopping is a must on vacation, then head to the Ginza area of Tokyo for some of the finest selection of luxury goods in the world, second perhaps only to Madison Avenue in New York City. Dior, Chanel and Gucci compete for shoppers' attention with Japanese department stores, including Matsuya, Matsuzakaya and Mitsukoshi. The stores in Ginza are open on most days, even on holidays when the rest of Tokyo takes off. Japanese department stores provide inexpensive entertainment and food on the go. Matsuzakaya, for example, has a pet shop and a children's play area. Another good place to visit is the Sony building where visitors can preview the latest products and stroll through the showrooms. No visit to Japan is complete without a shopping trip to a stationary store where visitors get inspired by beautiful stationary, designer pens and some of the highest quality notebooks on the planet. The Itoya store in Ginza, Tokyo, features several storeys of writing accessories.
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