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ANA InterContinental Tokyo
The Intercontinental in Tokyo is also situated in Akasaka near prime retail and tourist destinations. It's wide selection of restaurants and bars make it an ideal destination for first time visitors.
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
The Capitol Hotel Tokyo is a brand new hotel located in Akasaka. The hotel provides a tranquil setting with a sophisticated Japanese taste, allowing guests to savor the changing seasons and forget the stress of daily life.
Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel
This Shibuya-centered gem in the heart of Tokyo offer visitors cozy accommodations with first class hospitality. It's fantastic views of the city are what keeps travelers coming back.
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so
With a reputation for service and luxury, the Four Seasons Chinzan-so is a very high end, secluded structure in the center of Tokyo. With Japanese style hot springs and gardens, the Four Seasons creates a Zen like atmosphere amidst the energy of Tokyo.
Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Conveniently located in the international district of Roppongi, the Grand Hyatt is a modern and stylish haven for jetsetters worldwide. Located just minutes from the lively culture and shopping mecca of Ginza, the Grand Hyatt is ideal for those looking to experience the best Tokyo has to offer.
Grand Pacific Le Daiba
This classical European style hotel is situated in the Odaiba area. Conveniently located near Haneda airport and attractions like Tokyo Disneyland, the Grand Pacific Le Daiba is another convenient option for travelers.
The Hilton Tokyo
The Hilton is Tokyo, also located in Shinjuku, is another great place to be in the center of all the action. With a limousine service that shuttles visitors directly from Narita, the Hilton is very convenient for first time visitors.
Keio Plaza Hotel
This hotel in Shinjuku is a fantastic place for visitors looking to immerse themselves in the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. With a fantastic view of the city and minutes away from Tokyo's best shopping and entertainment, the Keio Plaza hotel is great for relaxing after a long day of sightseeing.
Prince Park Tower Tokyo
Situated next to the Tokyo Tower, the Prince Park Hotel is another common destination for visitors. In the hotel section of the Michelin Guide Tokyo 2010, the Prince Hotel Tokyo received its third consecutive star rating.
Royal Park Shiodome Tower
The Royal Park Shiodome blends traditional Japanese themes with modern aesthetics, offering travelers a quiet comfortable escape from the energy of the surrounding metropolis.
The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo
This tranquil tower in the Shinagawa area of Tokyo is a high quality modern hotel. Its proximity to the Shinagawa station allows visitors easy access to any part of Tokyo.
IMPERIAL HOTEL, TOKYO
Established by imperial decree in 1890, Tokyo's solitary grand hotel eloquently exudes an endearing, one-of-a-kind Japanese finesse acquired over 12 decades of unrivaled expertise. The favorite of visiting royalty, heads of state, celebrities and global business leaders, the service, cuisine and accommodations here will most pleasurably enhance your sensibilities to the very finest of Japan today.
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo
Located in Nihonbashi in the center of Tokyo, the Mandarin Hotel also offers spectacular views of the city. With 5-star amenities and convenience, the Mandarin Hotel is a great place for those looking to absorb as much of the city as possible.
The Peninsula Tokyo
This luxury hotel located near the Imperial Palace in Tokyo is one of the city's most upscale locales. The Peninsula is just a 3 minute walk away from the shopping capital of Ginza, making it an ideal central location for sightseeing, exploring new culinary delights, relaxation and much more.
The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
Internationally renowned for its high end hospitality, the Ritz Carlton in Tokyo is no exception. Occupying the top nine floors of the amazing 53-story Tokyo Midtown Tower, the Ritz Carlton is a definite top choice for those looking for amazing panoramic views of the city.
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