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This hotel in the Shiodome area opened in 2003 under the concept of ART—atrium, restaurant, travel. Full review →
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.
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
Towering Shiodome stunner with minimalist rooms, Michelin-starred eats and myriad business-class trappings. Full review →
Kudos to the Park Hotel for commissioning 31 artists to decorate 31 of its 31st-floor rooms. Full review →
The large bedroom windows face Tokyo Tower, Bay or Station, but those on the Tokyo Tower side enjoy more far-reaching scenery.
The surrounding futuristic neighborhood is a convenient choice for both business and leisure travelers; nearby attractions include the Tsukiji Fish Market. Full review →
The Park Hotel is the first Tokyo affiliate of Design Hotels, with virtually every aspect of the hotel based on the theme "nature and health." Full review →
This is a well-priced design hotel. Full review →
With a modern design created by renowned architects and designers, its partnership with Design Hotels ensures that guests receive an outstanding level of service. Full review →
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