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Park Hyatt Tokyo

Shinjuku 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

All the guest rooms are decorated in tones of beige and green, with comfort taking priority over extravagance. — Michelin Guide

Lose yourself in the dizzyingly hypnotic luxury of this Shinjuku lodge, star of Sofia Coppola's iconic film, Lost in Translation. — BlackBook

The clean design scheme features muted hues of deep green marble, brown and gray granite, and plenty of windows and mirrors. — Afar Magazine

A swimming pool, a bamboo garden, and a restaurant occupy the three pyramidal atriums that crown the towers of this Shinjuku property. — Condé Nast Traveler

Sofia Coppola's classic film Lost in Translation was a love letter to this hotel... you may feel smitten as well. — Fodor's

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The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

Akasaka / Roppongi 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A supremely luxurious five-star Tokyo hotel with breathtaking views in the heart of Roppongi. — The Telegraph

The Ritz-Carlton's first hotel in Tokyo commandeers the top nine floors of the city's tallest structure, Tokyo Midtown Galleria... not surprisingly, the views are truly awe-inspiring. — Travel + Leisure

The crowning glory of Roppongi's Midtown urban renewal project, it boasts superlatives in almost every category you can think of. — Frommer's

Rooms and public spaces look onto Mount Fuji, the Imperial Palace, and Tokyo Bay. — Afar Magazine

Installed in the top floors of the 53-story Midtown Tower, the Ritz-Carlton provides Tokyo's most luxurious accommodations squarely in the middle of the city. — Fodor's

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The Peninsula Tokyo

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From the staff in caps and sharp suits... to the shimmering gold glow emitting from the top floors, the 24-floor Peninsula Tokyo exudes elegance and grace. — Fodor's

A 24-story traditional Japanese lantern at the entrée to the Marunouchi and Ginza neighborhoods. — Forbes Travel Guide

Completed in 2008, this highly reputed 24-story hotel is close to the Imperial Palace East Gardens, Hibiya Park, and Tokyo International Forum. — DK Eyewitness

Built of amber Namibian granite, this property garners a pair of perfect scores. — Condé Nast Traveler

The Peninsula Tokyo wowed travelers when it opened September 2007, book-ending the city’s hotel boom. — Travel + Leisure

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Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Occupying the top nine floors of the glistening Nihombashi Mitsui Tower, this hotel is a blend of harmony and outright modernity. — Fodor's

Rooms have the native patrinia flower motif inlaid into the sofa fabric and also feature large bay windows, and a choice of bamboo or carpeted and walnut flooring. — Afar Magazine

A sleek, skyscraper-hotel with superlative service, Japanese-inspired design, and some of the best views across the capital, located in the Nihonbashi district — The Telegraph

The Mandarin boasts cavernous, exquisitely decorated suites, two Michelin-starred restaurants and a lofty spa from which you can sometimes poke Mt Fuji with your toes. — Lonely Planet

Focusing not just on Tokyo, but on the historic Nihonbashi area in which it sits, the Mandarin is the antidote to that feeling that luxury hotels are the same the world over. — Time Out

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Conrad Tokyo

Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A combination of clean-lined contemporary design, Michelin-starred cuisine and five-star service. — The Telegraph

There are many attributes of this fine, contemporary hotel that win me over, starting with the large sumi-e (Japanese brush painting) in the lobby by one of my favorite Japanese artists. — Frommer's

Glowing lightboxes, wood paneling, a celeb toquet's. Another modern Tokyo hotel located on the upper-end of a high-rise building. — BlackBook

This top-rank hotel easily holds its own when it comes to cutting-edge contemporary design and five-star facilities. — Rough Guide

Located on floors 28—37 of the Tokyo Shiodome Building, this Conrad hotel is known for its minimalist style and expansive views. — Travel + Leisure

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Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The tagline of this refined luxury hotel near Ginza—“fifty-seven rooms fifty-seven steps from Tokyo Station”—is spot-on. — Travel + Leisure

There's nothing particularly Japanese about the decor, except for the stunning city views that serve as an ever-present backdrop. — Concierge

Located in the Marunouchi business district, this "very modern property" in a glass tower has "beautifully furnished rooms" done in neutral tones. — Condé Nast Traveler

Rooms are done up in modern, minimalist decor, and furnishings mix wood, stone, and tactile fabrics. — Afar Magazine

Peaceful glass-heavy oasis in Maranouchi. Rooms have all the bells and whistles - huge flat-screens, surround sound, iPod docks. — BlackBook

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from $548

Imperial Hotel Tokyo

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Imperial prides itself on its high standard of service, and is responding to the influx of foreign chains with a complete overhaul that will be finished by 2008. — Concierge

Located across from Hibiya Park, within walking distance of the Ginza and Imperial Palace, this is one of Tokyo's best-known and most popular hotels. — Frommer's

Hibiya, a business district adjacent to Marunouchi and Ginza, has the first Western-style hotel in Japan: the 931-room Imperial Hotel, which, in 2016, celebrated its 125th anniversary — Departures

Legendary 119-year-old hotel with excellent business facilities (including one of Japan's largest executive service centers) in a prime location near the Imperial Palace, Ginza, and Hibiya Park. — Travel + Leisure

It may not have the sleek modern sheen of some of Tokyo’s other luxury hotels, but compensates with its history, sense of grandeur and impeccable service. — The Telegraph

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Grand Hyatt Tokyo

Akasaka / Roppongi 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This ambitious hotel wows with a wide range of recreational and dining facilities, as well as technically advanced rooms that older hotels can only dream about. — Frommer's

Architecturally open and bright despite its somewhat labyrinthine layout, the Grand Hyatt is warmly and gorgeously chic. — Lonely Planet

A contemporary Asian aesthetic creates a soul-soothing stay at this luxury hotel. — Gayot

In the enormous, expat-focused Roppongi Hills development, this 390-room hotel with shops, restaurants, an art museum, and a multiscreen cinema has become a Tokyo attraction in itself. — Concierge

Grands for their Rebecca beige limestone soaking tubs and Dornbracht rain-showers. — Travel + Leisure

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Palace Hotel Tokyo

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

historic, luxury hotel overlooking the Imperial Palace moat in the heart of Tokyo. — The Telegraph

It is in the heart of Tokyo yet, surrounded by water and greenery, offers views that change with the seasons. — Michelin Guide

Reopened in 2012 following a massive three-year renovation, the Palace Hotel now has an ambience to match its prime location across the street from the Imperial Palace. — Insight Guides

There is nothing particularly Japanese about the rooms, aside from the spotlessness, but most rooms have balconies (a Tokyo rarity) overlooking the green expanse of the Imperial Palace’s East Gardens — Departures

An iconic fixture on the city’s luxury hotel scene since it first opened its doors in 1961. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $313

Park Hotel Tokyo

Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Comfortable beds, large bathrooms, and sweeping panoramas of Tokyo or the bay—it's easy to see why the guest rooms of this reasonably priced boutique hotel remain a tourist favorite. — Fodor's

The surrounding futuristic neighborhood is a convenient choice for both business and leisure travelers; nearby attractions include the Tsukiji Fish Market — Oyster

It has far more full-service amenities than other budget hotels in Tokyo: In-room massage is on offer until 2 a.m., and 24-hour room service is available for light meals. — Concierge

Kudos to the Park Hotel for commissioning 31 artists to decorate 31 of its 31st-floor rooms. The results are very impressive with all-Japanese themes ranging from sumo and Zen to yokai... — Lonely Planet

Restaurants follow a natural-foods concept, using organic ingredients... the hotel even has a trained "pillow fitter," who can take your measurements and provide one made to fit. — Frommer's

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from $171

Aman Tokyo

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Design touches include the hotel’s own signature sake, a resident’s library with books on Japanese art and culture, and authentic furo baths in all 84 rooms. — Wallpaper

Enormous rooms all have baths with stunning city views – something you also get from the giant stone bath filled with onsen water in the spa. It's outstanding. — Lonely Planet

Mixing modern design with Japanese aesthetics, the Aman Tokyo is more than a hotel; it is an experience in the center of the city. The large 84 rooms and suites, each with a unique floor... — Fodor's

The brand’s first urban hotel, which opened in December 2014, is on floors 33 to 38 of the Otemachi Tower in Otemachi, a business hub that is more or less an extension of Marunouchi — Departures

The design uses traditional Japanese materials like camphor wood, washi paper, and stone, while the centerpiece of the lobby is a 100-foot architectural element that climbs six floors. — Afar Magazine

Hotel Okura Tokyo

Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located across from the U.S. embassy and long considered one of Tokyo's most venerable hotels, the Okura is struggling to keep up with pricier -- and newer -- top-rated hotels in the city. — Frommer's

Today, there's a certain retro charm to its midcentury Japanese design, but some may find the hotel—including the shops to the bars—somewhat dated. — Fodor's

The Ōkura is an old-fashioned, elegant standby and the meeting place of Japan’s political and business elite. — Lonely Planet

Understated Japanese style, with expert service and an art museum spotlighting more than 2,000 Buddhist works. . — Travel + Leisure

Full of old-fashioned grace, this hotel boasts Japanese decor, comfortable furnishings, a tea room and Japanese garden. — DK Eyewitness

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from $235

Andon Ryokan

Ueno, Asakusa 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Andon Ryokan is a very basic but clean budget hotel that's popular with young travelers and is conveniently located within walking distance of the subway — Oyster

Enjoy the free tea and coffee here while taking in the compact design of this ultramodern ryokan. — DK Eyewitness

Located two subway stops north of Ueno on the Hibiya Line, this contemporary ryokan opened in 2003 and received an award by the Architectural Institute of Japan 2 years later. — Frommer's

Sleep on a futon in this modern take on a traditional ryokan inn, with budget rooms and friendly service in residential eastern Tokyo — The Telegraph

Designed by an architecture professor from Tokyo's Waseda University, Andon offers friendly Japanese-style accommodation at very low rates. — Concierge

The Tokyo Station Hotel

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The experience: For Westerners on the move, the Tokyo Station Hotel is a convenient stopover directly above one of the station's multiple exits. — Condé Nast Traveler

This hotel opened in 1915, the year after Tokyo Station. Part of the building was lost in an air raid in WWII; it was renovated as a 2-storey building and the Marunouchi Building was... — Michelin Guide

Representing a return to the classics, the Tokyo Station Hotel has brushed up handsomely as part of the heritage building's restoration. — Lonely Planet

The daily buzz of business ebbs and flows both outside and inside the hotel, ideal for those traveling for work but also for pleasure. — Forbes Travel Guide

Nary a bullet-train rumble can be heard from the 150 serene rooms of the Tokyo Station Hotel—a surprise given that the hotel is directly above Japan’s busiest railway hub. — Travel + Leisure

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Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Large, smoke-free rooms are done up with touches of Japanese design wrought in paper and wood — Travel + Leisure

Occupying the top six floors of Toranomon Hills, this sophisticated hotel exudes class and offers panoramic views all around. The best of Japanese craftsmanship, including beautiful... — Lonely Planet

Conveniently situated close to many embassies and offices of global corporations, this location is a sure draw particularly among business travellers. — Time Out

With stunning guest rooms and top-notch service, the property lives up to the hype. — Fodor's

Set at the top of Toranomon Hills, bedrooms here face four directions and offer assorted views which include the Imperial Palace, Skytree, the Roppongi streetscape and Tokyo Tower. The... — Michelin Guide

Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It occupies the top 11 floors of the 37-story Marunouchi Trust Tower Main and has a Chinese theme throughout, including on the menu of the Lobby Lounge. — Departures

The Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo, which opened in 2009, offers high-end luxury, lavish interiors, and superb views. — Fodor's

The lavish facilities and hospitality usher you off into a mystical and graceful land in the heart of the city. — Michelin Guide

Lavish chandeliers, unbeatable views, and a 2,000-strong collection of artwork make this place a top option in a city flush with luxury hotels. — Forbes Travel Guide

Highlights include the Lobby Lounge chandelier, handmade in the Czech Republic, with each glass piece shaped like a gingko leaf, a symbolic Japanese plant. — Afar Magazine

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from $457

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo

Ikebukuro 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The first Four Seasons to open in Asia is hidden down a side street in Sekiguchi overlooking a 17-acre, 600-year-old traditional Japanese garden. — Concierge

On 17 acres of Japanese gardens in downtown Tokyo, with some of the city’s largest guest rooms. — Travel + Leisure

It sits in the garden of Chinzanso (meaning “villa on a mountain of camellias”), a 17-acre green oasis in the city. — Afar Magazine

It’s rare to find an inner-city hotel set within any kind of parkland much less a 700-year-old Japanese garden complete with a shrine, a tea room and rows of cherry blossom trees. — Forbes Travel Guide

Inconveniently located in the wilds of northern Tokyo, the Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo... is a breathtakingly opulent and beautiful getaway. — Time Out

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from $362

Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sparkling city views and an elegant neighborhood are the best features of the 361-room Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier — Oyster

Mitsui Garden Ginza impresses with its functional yet contemporary design. — Michelin Guide

Located in Ginza, but just off the main drag, this modern skyscraper hotel offers four-star luxury and beautiful views at a reasonable price. — DK Eyewitness

A winning combination—chic and reasonable—this hotel occupies the top of the 38-floor Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower at the edge of bustling Ginza. — Fodor's

If you book ahead and online, this upmarket business hotel is a steal. — Lonely Planet

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from $149

Ryokan Sawanoya

Ueno, Asakusa 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The shitamachi area is known for its down-to-earth friendliness, which you get in full measure at Sawanoya.... it is very popular with budget travelers. — Fodor's

One of the few ryokan in Tokyo to cater almost exclusively for foreign visitors, Sawanoya has a small library of English-language guidebooks and provides its own map of the old-fashioned Yanaka area. — Time Out

This is a great place to stay thanks to Sawa-san's enthusiastic devotion to his neighborhood... Highly recommended. — Frommer's

One of Tokyo’s most charming family-run traditional ryokan inns – clean, friendly, comfortable and quintessentially Japanese. — The Telegraph

Though nothing fancy, it offers good-value tatami rooms. — Rough Guide

The Westin Tokyo

Shibuya / Harajuku / Ebisu 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Its spacious lobby attempts to recreate the feeling of a European palace... a good view is pretty much guaranteed. — Time Out

Westin Tokyo provides European elegance... and a quiet respite in the heart of Tokyo. — Travel + Leisure

An upscale hotel adjacent to the Yebisu Garden Place, The Westin Tokyo benefits from its close proximity to several museums, as well as quality shopping and restaurants. — Oyster

Size is certainly on a grand scale: the bathrooms are large enough to accommodate families, and suites are huge by Japanese standards. — Fodor's

Its decor was inspired by early 19C French style and the use of marble fits well with Japanese design elements like prints and folding screens. — Michelin Guide

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from $217
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