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One almost gets a feeling of guilty extravagance when sprawling out in the Peninsula’s vast rooms. — Lonely Planet
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17 reviews
All the guest rooms are decorated in tones of beige and green, with comfort taking priority over extravagance. — Michelin Guide
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17 reviews
Rooms and public spaces look onto Mount Fuji, the Imperial Palace, and Tokyo Bay. — Afar Magazine
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18 reviews
Like most new hotels in Tokyo, the Conrad—a Hilton Worldwide hotel in the recently developed Shiodome area—sits high above the city. — Concierge
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16 reviews
Japanese refinement and a contemporary design come together perfectly at the Grand Hyatt—a tasteful and well-appointed hotel in the middle of... one of Tokyo's top entertainment areas. — Fodor's
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16 reviews
Sleek executive hotel occupying the lower floors of the landmark glass-clad Pacific Century Place, in the dynamic Marunouchi business district near the Imperial Palace. — Hideaway Report
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Located near Tokyo Station in the Mitsui Tower, the Mandarin Oriental rises above the historical merchant district of Nihonbashi. — Travel + Leisure
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16 reviews
This hotel has been hosting overseas dignitaries since 1890 and its history reflects the ebb and flow of Japan’s modernisation. — Michelin Guide
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13 reviews
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
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15 reviews
historic, luxury hotel overlooking the Imperial Palace moat in the heart of Tokyo. — The Telegraph
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14 reviews
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
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11 reviews
Kudos to the Park Hotel for commissioning 31 artists to decorate 31 of its 31st-floor rooms. — Lonely Planet
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12 reviews
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
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11 reviews
Hoshinoya Tokyo is a modern ryokan that gracefully stands between the Imperial Palace and the Journalism Center of Tokyo — Afar Magazine
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11 reviews
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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13 reviews
The Ōkura is an old-fashioned, elegant standby and the meeting place of Japan’s political and business elite. — Lonely Planet
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9 reviews
The hotel has a total of 251 guest rooms (including 13 suites), all of which have at least 45 square metres of space and incorporate traditional Japanese architectural designs. — Time Out
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12 reviews
Rooms come with skyline views, deep soaking tubs, and black-and-white closets and cabinets that recall the sketches of Piet Mondrian. — Afar Magazine
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10 reviews
The hotel offers a wide array of features, including seven restaurants, a natural hot spring spa, pool, fitness center, and even a bowling alley. — Oyster
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12 reviews
Rooms here are on the opulent side but tasteful, with a laid-back European panache. — Lonely Planet
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