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These Hotels in Tokyo Are Extremely Luxurious

Paul Feinstein | June 29, 2018

From top of the line service, to unique amenities, to award-winning architecture and design, the luxury hotels in Tokyo are in a class all their own. Granted, you’ll likely pay more than a $1,000 a night at these hotspots, but you’ll be treated like royalty from the moment you arrive.


Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Why it made the list

You’ll know you’re in the lap of luxury when you realize the hotel has three different Michelin-star restaurants. For even more indulgence, check out the spa where they have a Christian Louboutin nail treatment that features the brand’s signature red and black colors.

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The Peninsula Tokyo

Why it made the list

This hotel chain is known around the world for unmatched service, and they don’t disappoint here. From the moment you enter, every staff member will know your name and advise you where to go, what to do, and how to have the best stay possible. For kids, there’s a proprietary Pokémon scavenger hunt they can participate in throughout the hotel. And for adults, there’s Peter, a mouthwatering steakhouse and bar with insane views.

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Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo

Why it made the list

The name means paradise and when you’re surrounded by over 2,000 pieces of fine art and more than 50 stunning chandeliers, you’ll be excused if you confuse the hotel for something out of this world. Opt for a club level room and you’ll get a host of benefits like free breakfast in the lounge, afternoon tea, a pocket Wi-Fi device, and even complimentary pressing service.

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Park Hyatt Tokyo

Why it made the list

Rising 52-floors above Shinjuku, this hotel is the epitome of luxury from the high-end bars and restaurants to TVs in the bathroom mirrors to an afternoon tea that’s beyond compare. You might recognize the hotel and its famed New York Bar from the hit movie Lost in Translation.

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Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

Why it made the list

Modern and new, this Hyatt branded lifestyle spot has all the amenities you could wish for and some you didn’t know existed. In the rooms, there are Handy devices – helpful gadgets that give you free Wi-Fi and international calls from anywhere in the city. And in the locker rooms, there are electronic massage chairs that you can spend hours kneading out your knots with.

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Why it made the list

The most unique luxury brand in Tokyo, this ryokan style hotel gives its guests a window into an old-world Japan with new world amenities. The rooftop onsen is the true gem of the property as natural spring water is pumped in from 1,500 meters below the hotel and gives guests a therapeutic and jaw-dropping embrace.

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Aman Tokyo

Why it made the list

This stunning property has a lobby with 30-meter high ceilings, but the luxuries are really in the rooms. Bathrooms have heated floors, the TVs magically emerge from the designer furniture, and giant square soaking tubs are provided for the ultimate in Japanese bathing rituals.

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Palace Hotel Tokyo

Why it made the list

Class personified, this hotel sits atop the royal Imperial Gardens and provides its guests with a level of service unmatched anywhere else. Rooms come with their own Nespresso machines, turndown service comes with heated eye masks, and the lobby is decked out with over 1,000 pieces of fine art.

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The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

Why it made the list

This stunning property soars 50-floors above the city, has a Michelin-star restaurant, top-rated spa, and a picture-perfect bar that offers a martini with a one carat diamond. Rooms are spacious with incredible views and the club lounge has an indulgent afternoon tea.

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