Three Tokyo Hotels Where You Can Lap Up Luxury

Three Tokyo Hotels Where You Can Lap Up Luxury

Tokyo, #Japan is a vibrant, bustling, unique city. True to form, it wouldn't be the fantastic place it is without a few #luxury hotels to tempt your bank account. Stay at one of these 3 favorites, and despite the crazy city outside, you're sure to find total #relaxation in here.


If you’re heading to Tokyo, and you want a little 5-Star treatment, check out these three hotels. We chose these based on write-ups, research, reviews, looking at the amenities, photographs, and location.

We do not have any affiliation with any of the above hotels and frankly, would be thrilled to hang out for a week or more in any of them. They all have their own strengths and unique selling points. 

Hotel Okura Tokyo

Style, splendor and enduring elegance characterize the Hotel Okura Tokyo. They tout 858 rooms, 85 Suite, 45 Deluxe and eight restaurants and four bars. In those restaurants, they offer Cantonese, haute French, authentic Japanese and the finest Continental. 

Pleasant room design
Pleasant room design

There are views of the traditional Japanese garden and they actually have a flower shop on-site. 

from  $180.06

Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay

 1-8 Maihama, Chiba-Shi, Japan
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Additionally, they have the other luxury amenities you may want: Gymnasium, Sauna/Massage, Business Center, Video Rental, Shopping Arcade, Wedding Chapel, Secretarial and Translation Services, Business Card Printing, Laundry/Dry-Cleaning, Chiropractic and Acupuncture Clinic, Post Office, Babysitting, Medical/Dental Clinic, Travel Desk, and Beauty/Barber shop. 

Healthy food
Healthy food

The Four Seasons Tokyo

Prominently placed in the Marunouchi Central Business District, and adjacent to Tokyo Station, the Four Seasons is all about contemporary with its landmark glass-clad tower impressing at every angle. 

from  $615.04

Hotel Four Seasons At Marunouchi

 Pacific Century Place,1-11-1,Maruno Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 100-6277, Tokyo, Japan
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There are only 57 spacious guest rooms and suites, making it feel more intimate than most and every bit of the hotel is about modern slick designs, so if traditional and old fashioned is what you’re after, keep looking. Think polished minimalist decor, plasma TVs, egg-shaped bathtubs, an elite spa and gourmet dining. Their restaurant offers French cuisine in a setting overlooking historic Tokyo Station and the Rafael Vinoly designed Tokyo International Forum.

Relaxing place to be
Relaxing place to be
Wonderful room
Wonderful room
Great bathroom
Great bathroom

Their spa offers Japanese shiatsu massage, steam sauna, Japanese scrub showers, a traditional Onsen bath, aromatherapy and reflexology. 

If shopping is what grabs you, you’re only a five minute walk to the Ginza shopping district where the most popular department stores are Matsuzaka-ya, Mitsukoshi and Matsuya. 

Amazing night view
Amazing night view

The Ritz Carlton Tokyo

So whenever we hear the name the Ritz, we associate luxury with it right? Tokyo doesn’t disappoint with luxury on the inside with great views from any of the top floors. It sits above the 53 story Midtown Tower (the top 9 floors and the first three levels), so high that it is known as the tallest building in Tokyo (248m). Ahhh yes, views, mixed with luxury and convenient to nearby sightings and activities. There’s a gorgeous sky lobby on the 45th floor, and six (yes six) restaurants, a lounge and bar and a cafe. There’s also a 21,528 square foot spa and fitness by ESPA on the 46th Floor. And hey, if you want to get married here, there’s a wedding chapel on site. 

from  $393.6

Hotel The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

 Tokyo Midtown 9-7-1 Akasaka Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan
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It sits above the 53 story Midtown Tower, so high that it is known as the tallest building in Tokyo
Fascinating swimming pool
Fascinating swimming pool
Very comfortable bed
Very comfortable bed


Great city line view
Great city line view
Inside jacuzzi
Inside jacuzzi
Serving dinner with some champagne
Serving dinner with some champagne

You can reserve the Chef’s Tower table at the classic, American Towers Grill and marvel at the double view of Tokyo Tower and Sky Tree Tower. 

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