Stunning Tokyo Hotel Suites You'll Wish You Lived In, Actually

Paul Feinstein | June 29, 2018

Tokyo is a city with sky-high hotels and uber-expensive offerings. And if you want to secure the absolute best views from the most luxurious lodgings, here are the most stunning suites in the city.


Tokyo Station Hotel

Why it made the list

This hotel has over a hundred-year history and suites befitting a historic landmark. The Maisonette Suites inside the hotel are two story dream rooms with their own video security system to see who is at your front door. The room also comes with Bulgari products, cushy Simmons beds, and lux soaking tubs.

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Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo

Why it made the list

The View Bath Suite has an on-the-nose name as the view from the gigantic circular tub is of the 600-year-old pagoda and lush gardens that the hotel is known for. Within the room, guests have an option of six pillow types, in-room coffee and tea, terrycloth robes, and L’Occitane bath products.

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Park Hyatt Tokyo

Why it made the list

Soaring high above the city, the Park Hyatt’s Presidential Suite has sweeping views, but also comes with a full kitchen, library, grand piano, and a bathroom that’s replete with a sauna and a Jacuzzi tub.

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Palace Hotel Tokyo

Why it made the list

The most luxurious hotel in Tokyo also has the most stunning of suites. The signature accommodation is the Palace Suite, which features 18th floor balcony views of the Imperial Palace, two bedrooms, a full kitchen, Nespresso coffee machine, and complimentary access the hotel’s club lounge.

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Hilton Tokyo Odaiba

Why it made the list

The corner suites at this Odaiba-based abode are something to behold. Beyond the kitchen, dining room, massive bedroom and bathroom(s), there is a patio that has its own private hot tub looking out over the Rainbow Bridge and the Tokyo skyline.

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Trunk Hotel

Why it made the list

A small boutique hotel with a big punch, Trunk has an amazing terrace suite complete with two floors, a full kitchen, a free mini-bar (minus booze), and a giant outdoor terrace with a huge grill that is ideal for entertaining your 20 closest friends.

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Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Why it made the list

While you wouldn’t use the word stunning, you could say that the Hello Kitty rooms at this hotel are the most interesting. Fully decked out in Hello Kitty designs, guests will also find Hello Kitty goodies like specialized breakfasts and other Hello Kitty themed amenities.

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The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

Why it made the list

Make sure you check out the Modern Japanese Suites on the 47th and 48th floors of this decadent den. Combining contemporary design with ryokan styling, you’ll find tatami mat floors, cushy day beds, and endless views. Suites here come with free access to the lux lounge, complimentary shoe shining and clothes pressings, and your own dedicated concierge.

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Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

Why it made the list

The Sky Suite inside the Andaz is a sleekly modern-design marvel with 180-degree vistas of the city and a telescope for your Rear Window viewing pleasure. Inside, you’ll find two king-sized beds (oddly next to each other), a free mini-bar, giant soaking tub, and lots of lounge space.

Simply stunning, this lifestyle boutique hotel is the hip an Read More

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