There are several tower hotels in the city, but none of them are as tall as this one, with views in every given direction, making vistas the distinguishing feature of this upscale resort. The hotel is housed in Tokyo’s second-tallest structure, which towers over Tokyo Midtown’s stores and cafes in the Roppongi nightlife neighborhood.
It provides first-rate restaurants; unlimited access to its fitness club with an enclosed lap pool; and some of Tokyo’s biggest rooms at 560 sq ft, with options for beautiful scenery of Mt. Fuji, the Imperial Palace gardens, or Tokyu. Everything in the Ritz-Carlton offers stunning city views, including spa treatments and meals at establishments like the Michelin-starred Azure 45, which specializes in French cuisine.
Unsurprisingly, the rooms are modern and roomy, and the Midtown location is almost ideal. There is also a vast range of cultural immersion activities available for visitors, like sake tasting, wadaiko drumming sessions, and manga painting lessons.
Most popular amenities: 1 swimming pool Non-smoking rooms Free WiFiParking Airport shuttle Fitness center Bar
Since the late 1970s, cramped, basic capsule hotels have existed in Japan. They are mainly merely somewhere to stay on the cheap or after missing the final train home. But the Nine Hours chain, which has six locations in and around Tokyo, has modernized the capsule with its sci-fi-like appearance, somewhat spacious sleeping pods, lighting effects, and lounge spaces with Wi-Fi and computers. Nine Hours, in contrast to standard capsules, also permits multiple-night stays, making them a viable choice for frugal travelers. In Kanda, they also have a branch that is only for women.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Free WiFi24-hour front deskElevatorDaily housekeepingGood Breakfast
Prince Park Hotel
The flagship Prince Hotel is well situated for anybody who wants to have quick access to Tokyo’s bustling downtown but also wants to return to serenity after a long day. The 33-story hotel is situated in the peaceful Shiba Park and faces the famed Tokyo Tower and the 17th-century Zojoji Temple.
Roppongi’s nightlife, the Imperial Palace, and Ginza are all accessible by the metro in only a few stops. The rooms are a mixed bag: the Premium and Premium Corner King rooms offer a sleek, contemporary ambiance, while the City Royal and Harbor Royal suites have an old-fashioned, regal vibe. Additionally, there are tatami-matted Japanese-style apartments available.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Free WiFiParking Airport shuttle Restaurant24-hour front desk Bar
The building that Conrad sits on rises above the lakes and teahouse of Hamarikyu Gardens, making it one of Tokyo’s most spectacular old-meets-new photo opportunities. With 291 rooms that look back at the city or offer views that extend across Hamarikyu and into Tokyo Bay, it is completely contemporary inside, spanning floors 28 to 37. The Conrad is ideally suited to business travelers with its closeness to the Otemachi and Marunouchi core areas, while the Mizuki Spa & Fitness offers massages for after-work relaxation.
While some of Japan’s top restaurants may be found in the neighborhood of Ginza, the Conrad also has a strong reputation for fine dining because of its modern Chinese at China Blue and its traditional Japanese at Kazahana.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Fitness center SpaFacilities for disabled guestsWiFi RestaurantTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms BarGood Breakfast