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Tokyo Luxury Hotels

There’s nowhere on earth quite like Tokyo. Boasting an exotic mix of culture, fashion, cuisine, nightlife, and beautiful architecture, it is a feast for the senses. If you’re coming here to pamper yourself and enjoy the luxury of this elegant city, you won’t be disappointed. With invigorating massages and spa treatments, world-class sushi right from the source, electric nights out, and unbeatable high-end shopping, a luxury vacation to Tokyo is a truly unforgettable experience.

Things to see in Tokyo

For a luxurious slice of Japanese culture, head to the Tokyo Imperial Palace on the site of Edo Castle and meander through the verdant grounds of this impressive architectural site. Be sure to book in advance though if you’d like a tour of the actual palace. Gain an insight into Tokyo’s past with a visit to the Edo-Tokyo museum, where you can feast your eyes on scale models of buildings and towns from the Edo period. Sticking with the cultural theme, make your way to the Tokyo National Museum in Uedo Park, and gaze at the magnificent archaeological artifacts and artworks of ancient Japan. Mingle with the city’s elite and indulge in some designer shopping in upscale department stores such as Matsuya and Hankyu in the sophisticated Ginza area. If you’d rather splash out on a gourmet meal, head to Shinjuku, where you’ll find some of the fanciest fine-dining restaurants in Tokyo.

Luxury hotels in Tokyo

Tokyo is a city of many pleasures, and it comes as no surprise that some of the world’s most opulent hotels are found here. Unwind in one of the many first-class properties and succumb to complete relaxation. In Tokyo’s luxury hotels you’re likely to find top-quality spa services, complete with massage treatment facilities and invigorating pools. Many of these establishments have multiple restaurants and bars too, serving exquisite traditional food and beverages. Luxury accommodation in Tokyo can also include gardens, terraces with great views, airport pick-up services, and delicious breakfasts, ensuring a stimulating, stress-free stay.

Where to stay in Tokyo

All the luxuries of the city come together in Shinjuku, where you’ll discover Tokyo’s top spa hotels, sophisticated bars and restaurants, subterranean shopping malls, and a large, leafy park. Nihonbashi, nicknamed the “center of Japan,” is another central area that’s full of charm combined with a laid-back ambiance. Specialist stores, some of which have been open for centuries, blend with modern skyscrapers, canals, and high-end boutique hotels in this quaint yet lively neighborhood. Colorful and vibrant Shibuya may look familiar as it was featured in the movie Lost in Translation. Spoil yourself 24/7 with a stay in one of the upscale hotels that surround this fashion and entertainment hotspot.

How to get to Tokyo

The main airport for international flights into Tokyo is Narita. It sits less than 50 miles outside of the city, and trains downtown take about 1 hour. For a more convenient and comfortable ride, hire a licensed cab or a limo bus which will deliver you direct to your downtown hotel in around 2 hours and make light of heavy luggage. Haneda Airport is closer to the city—about 15 minutes’ train ride. This smaller airport primarily welcomes domestic flights, but does take arrivals from 18 international cities. Tokyo’s metro system is one of the best in the world, so most visitors find it the quickest and most efficient means of transportation within the city.

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