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The Best Hotels in Tokyo For Astounding Views of the City

Paul Feinstein | June 29, 2018

In a city filled with skyscrapers, it’s not hard to find great views of the surrounding neighborhoods, local attractions, or even Mt. Fuji on a clear day. But there are some hotels that simply rise above the rest and have jaws dropping from their perfect perches.


Aman Tokyo

Why it made the list

The bathrooms inside the luxurious rooms at the Aman have heated floors. But the true gem is the square traditional bath that come with Japanese bathing instructions and sits against floor-to-ceiling windows. Take your time to soak your body while soaking in the views of the surrounding city.

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Conrad Tokyo

Why it made the list

The appropriately named TwentyEight is the 28th floor bar where guests can sip on well crafted cocktails and soak in epic views of Tokyo Bay and the majestic Hamarikyu Gardens.

The Conrad is a high-end contemporary hotel with lots of Jap Read More


The Peninsula Tokyo

Why it made the list

Depending on your room type, you can get massive views of Hibiya Park, the Imperial Gardens, or the famed shopping streets of Ginza. If you dine at their signature restaurant Peter, you’ll get floor-to-ceiling views of the surrounding neighborhood.

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Palace Hotel Tokyo

Why it made the list

Uniquely situated on the fringe of the Imperial Gardens, the Palace Hotel has one-of-a-kind balcony views of the Chiyoda Park, royal grounds, and the surrounding skyscrapers in this posh neighborhood.

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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

Why it made the list

Set in the middle of Chiba Park, the Tower is the only tall building in the immediate vicinity, which gives it unobstructed views of the entire city, especially the next door Tokyo Tower. Head up to the 33rd floor Sky Lounge Stellar Garden where an afternoon tea leads to unbeatable sunsets.

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Hilton Tokyo Odaiba

Why it made the list

Across Tokyo Bay, the manmade Odaiba island is filled with attractions, restaurants, and shops. But if you want the best views of the Rainbow Bridge, Bay, and the rest of the city, book a corner suite where you can lounge in an outdoor hot tub while taking in the sites.

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Grand Hyatt Tokyo at Roppongi Hills

Why it made the list

Part of the massive Roppongi Hills complex, the Grand Hyatt is connected to hundreds of shops, restaurants, bars, and more. Make sure you take time to head to the Sky Deck (270-meters above sea level) at the top of the tower where they hold events for skygazing and other fun activities.

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Park Hotel Tokyo

Why it made the list

This hotel is famous for its unique artist rooms – a set of 31 individually designed rooms on the 31st floor. And while the vistas are great from this height, the lobby actually has the clearest views of Mt. Fuji on crisp, cool mornings.

Affordable and spacious, this design-friendly hotel is an ar Read More


The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

Why it made the list

Another 50-floor-plus skyscraper, the Ritz has insane views of Tokyo Bay and Tokyo Tower right from the spacious corner rooms. For an Instagram-worthy pic, head to the picturesque lobby bar where the backdrop is the entire city.

The epitome of luxury, The Ritz-Carlton is among the very be Read More


Park Hyatt Tokyo

Why it made the list

This vertigo-inducing hot spot stands 52-floors above Shinjuku and offers 360-degree views of the entire city. The hotel is famous for its role in Lost in Translation, and the New York Bar, which acted as a pivotal spot in the movie, has live music and the best views in Tokyo.

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