Top 12 Tokyo Luxury Hotels

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo At Marunouchi

Located across the street from Tokyo Station, and close to the Tokyo Imperial Palace and the Tsukiji fish market.

Park Hyatt, Tokyo

Stunning views of Mount Fuji available along with skyscrapers, short walk to the Tocho-Mae subway station and shops on Takeshita Street.

The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho

Beautiful city views available, located on 7 floors of a high-rise building in the Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho business and entertainment complex.

Aman Tokyo

Set in the top 6 floors of a sleek high-rise, this sophisticated modern hotel is 3 km from the landmark Tsukiji fish market, and 1.8 km from Tokyo Imperial Palace. 

Palace Hotel Tokyo

A 5-minute walk from a metro station, this opulent high-rise hotel overlooks the lakes and gardens of Tokyo Imperial Palace. 

Conrad Tokyo

Overlooking Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay, this upscale high-rise hotel above the Tokyo Shiodome is 2 km from the Ginza shopping district and 9 km from the Imperial Palace. 

Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo

A 5-minute walk from train and metro connections at Tokyo Station, this luxury high-rise hotel is 2 km from the Imperial Palace and 4 km from the Tokyo Tower. 

InterContinental ANA Tokyo

Set in a high-rise building along the bustling Roppongi Dori, this high-end hotel is a 9-minute walk from Tameike Sanno subway station, 2 km from the landmark Tokyo Tower and 3 km from the chic shops in Ginza.

Grand Hyatt Tokyo

Adjacent to the shops, restaurants and museums at Roponngi Hills, this elegant high-rise hotel is 2 km from Tokyo Tower and a 14-minute walk from Nogizaka Station. 

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Set in the historic Nihonbashi neighborhood, this luxe high-rise hotel occupies the top 9 floors of the 34-story Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower. It’s 2 km from the Tokyo Imperial Palace and 8 km from the landmark Tokyo Tower.

The Peninsula Tokyo

Set in the upscale Marunouchi business district, this luxury, high-rise hotel is 2.7 km from the Tokyo Tower, and 3 km from the Tokyo Imperial Palace. 

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