First Class Hotels in Tokyo
The finest hotels in Japan have all the facilities and amenities that you would expect at any world-class hotel. These top-end hotels cater for visiting corporate executives and other overseas guests who can afford deluxe or first-class accommodations.
Information and facility services will be provided in Japanese and English. In addition, Executive salon, secretarial services and access to computers and facsimile are often available.
Double or twin room at First-class hotel in Tokyo will cost an average of 50,000yen/night.
2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku - Tokyo - 103-8328
A flawless, beautiful hotel with magnificent views.
Located next door to Mitsukoshi department store and a short stroll from the Imperial Palace, this hotel has carefully considered the needs of the 21st-century sybarite.
The rooms are all on the 30th to 36th floors, so the large picture windows provide spectacular views of Tokyo (and Mount Fuji if your room looks west).
The service is beyond phenomenal. An impressive 5star-hotel.
9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture 107-6245, Japan
This luxury 5 star hotel features elegant and spacious rooms and suites, panoramic vistas, amazing dining options, and much more.
Hotel is situated in Tokyo's nightlife capital Roppongi where ideal to explore Tokyo with plenty of good restaurants and bars, and some of the best shops in town are in the building below.
The pool is beautiful as is the fitness center. The spa is just heavenly.
1-8-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda, Tokyo Prefecture 100-0006, Japan
Overlooking the Imperial Palace Gardens, this tech-friendly five-star hotel offers impressive views and luxurious modern Japanese decor.
City’s top Marunouchi location for business and leisure, surrounded by restaurants and shops..
The swimming pool is also worth a special mention, it is a fantastic place to unwind after a long day of sightseeing or at work.
4-8-1 Shibako-en, Minato ku, 105-8563 Japan
The Prince Park Tower Tokyo took 2nd place in 2009 Expedia(*) Insiders’ Select list, World's Best Hotels.
Right beneath Tokyo Tower, this atrium-style hotel is just one km (0.5 km) from Roppongi nightlife and within 500 meters/yards of the Onarimon subway station.
A basement/ground-level floor is taken up by a bowling alley, health club, shopping arcade, and even a restaurant row that mimics a traditional street with varieties of dining options.
“Expedia”, world’s leading online travel company, released 2009 Insiders’ Select list which shows just the top 1% of nearly 30,000 hotels offered in Expedia.
1-9-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 135-8625, Japan
Tokyo's urban waterfront from all of the spacious and luxurious guestrooms, equipped with spacious balconies.
Hotel Nikko is great for any families who want to go to Disneyland resort. The hotel offers free shuttle bus service (20 minutes approx) to the parks.
Plus, a 2 minutes walk outside leads you to the ocean front broadwalk connecting to other malls and shopping areas. The views of the Rainbow bridge and Tokyo city is fascinating.It is a different feel of Tokyo.
1-1-1 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda, Tokyo Prefecture 100-8558, Japan
This legendary Tokyo landmark has welcomed royalty, heads of state, celebrities and international business leaders for over 115 years.
The service is the key that differentiates this hotel from others who are in the same price range. Those who work there are gracious, intelligent and go way, way beyond what guests would expect.
Located in the heart of Tokyo. Ginza and the Imperial Gardens are a 5-10 minute walk.
© 2010 Yumiko Kato