Tokyo actually encompasses 23 different cities that have their own special activities and attractions. We have picked the best luxury hotels located downtown for your convenience.
Neighboring Tokyo’s main business and financial centers, they are within walking distance of virtually everything important in the city – including The Elegant Ginza, the Central Business District Of Marunouchi, Shinjuku district’s good shopping facilities and high skyscrapers, the Government Offices In Kasumigaseki, the Diet and (of course) the Imperial Palace.
Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo
Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo (formerly Four Seasons Chinzan-so Tokyo) is located in the heart and soul of Japanese hospitality. Japanese hospitality is their way of sharing blessings they have possessed since the dawn of their history: their natural environment is just beautiful and it will take your breath away. The cultural heritage is shaped and colored by a long, gracious history. Their chefs, appreciating the blessings of nature and skillfully employing gifts from the ocean and the mountains, proudly present their artful cuisine to the world. Revive yourself in a lush garden forest, just minutes from the bustling heart of Tokyo’s shopping, financial and business centers. The staff of Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo will ensure your stay will help you unwind, relax and enjoy.
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Imperial Hotel Tokyo
This member of “The Leading Hotels Of The World” is the recognized leading luxury hotel in Japan. This legendary Tokyo landmark has welcomed royalty, heads of state, celebrities and international business leaders for over 120 years, offering discreet, highly personalized services, restrained elegance, award-winning cuisine and refined, impeccable Japanese hospitality.
All Main Building Superior rooms on the 7th to the 12th floor have been attractively upgraded and feature a mixture of traditional and innovative styling. The improved comfort and safety features greatly enhance the appeal of these delightfully furnished rooms. The en suite bathtubs and showers are supplied automatically with hot water (with the exception of some rooms). Seventeen lounge and dining options means the dining experience here is in a class of its own. The Imperial’s Executive Service Center is the largest of its kind in a nation dedicated to business. Occupying an entire wing of the 5th Floor of the Main Building, the Center offers four rental conference rooms, two complimentary-usage meeting spaces for up to two hours, a sound-proof music room and work stations equipped with computers.
Park Hyatt Tokyo
The inspiration and backdrop for the critically acclaimed film, Lost In Translation, Park Hyatt Tokyo is an elegant oasis of space and calm that offers spectacular views of Tokyo and the Kanto Plain all the way to Mount Fuji, from the top 14 floors of the 52-storey Shinjuku Park Tower. Conveniently located in the heart of Shinjuku, Tokyo’s vibrant business and entertainment district, the hotel is approximately 90 minutes from Narita International Airport and close to Shinjuku Station, the city’s major transportation hub with rail and subway access to anywhere in metropolitan Tokyo.
Designed to feel more like a modern private residence than a hotel, Park Hyatt Tokyo’s attention to detail extends to a range of specially commissioned works of art that are displayed throughout the hotel. The 178 rooms and suites are the most spacious hotel guest rooms in Tokyo, providing a serene retreat and an efficient private office with the latest amenities and high-tech communications. With a distinguished reputation for providing the ultimate in personal attention and services, Park Hyatt Tokyo also offers a wide range of excellent restaurants, each with a unique style, such as the dynamic New York Grill – voted #1 for the past five years in the Zagat Tokyo Survey – and the starkly beautiful Kozue, for Japanese cuisine.
With extensive meeting and banquet facilities, the hotel can accommodate every type of event from small business meetings to large social gatherings. For the convenience of the business traveler in Tokyo, the hotel also has a full-service Business Centre, open 24 hours daily. Providing the ultimate cosmopolitan retreat, Club on the Park is Park Hyatt Tokyo’s health and fitness sanctuary, providing luxurious spa and relaxation areas, a stunning indoor pool and an unparalleled range of state-of-the-art equipment in its gymnasium and aerobics studio with panoramic views. For the discriminating business and leisure traveler, Park Hyatt Tokyo is quite simply, one of the best hotels in the world.