Tokyo is Japan’s wealthiest, largest, and most populous city, as well as being the most popular city in the country for overseas visitors. It is filled with shopping facilities, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs and is at the top of its game in terms of fashion and modern culture. It is home to two international airports, one of which is the largest in the country—making it a breeze for visitors to get here.
Travellers that want to be pampered and treated like royalty while in the city will find a great selection of five-star hotels in Tokyo, many of which are well-known luxury chains like the Park Hyatt Tokyo and Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi. These are two of the most popular properties in the city of this class. Guests can expect exceptional service, fine dining, well-appointed rooms, and business centres at all Tokyo 5-star hotels.
The Park Hyatt Tokyo can be found in the sprawling Shinjuku area of the city and close to the government buildings, Shinjuku Central Park, Tokyo Opera City Tower, and Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum. It is an exceptional property set in a modern skyscraper that boasts three sophisticated fine dining restaurants, a relaxing spa, a health club, and conference space. Rooms are modern with dark woods and neutral colours and extras like pillow menus, blackout curtains, and hypo-allergenic bedding.
The majority of 5 star hotels in Tokyo are in the Chiyoda area including the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi. This luxurious property features cosy, modern guest rooms with excellent views of the city. It also has pillow menus, HDTV, rainfall showerheads, and plush bathrobes. Guests can wine and dine in its outstanding French restaurant in the evening or enjoy afternoon tea.
All five-star Tokyo hotels are close to a metro station, making it easy to get around. Still, visitors that want to stay in a quieter are of the city, like Bunkyo in the north part of the city, can enjoy the finer things in life at the Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo—a classically-decorated property spread across lovely grounds. Well-to-do travellers who want to be in the centre of the old town will be feel comfortable at the Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, which stands up to its brand name with its fine dining restaurants, full-service spa, and top-notch concierge services.