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Five Star Tokyo hotels

Tokyo is one of the most bustling cities on earth. Its fast-paced energy, exuberant fashion scene, and extravagant nightlife offer an endless array of sophisticated wonders and delights. A trip to this busy city can be both invigorating and stimulating. Its high-end boutique stores, fabulous restaurants, and renowned relaxation activities will be more than enough to entertain and satisfy those on a lavish 5-star visit to Tokyo. So why not splash out a little and really make the most of Japan’s colorful capital?

Things to see in Tokyo



Begin your trip to this cultural mecca by catching a concert at the storied Nippon Budokan venue. Originally built as a judo hall for the 1964 Olympics, this is where the famous ‘Live at the Budokan’ album series was recorded by artists such as Bob Dylan. Shopping enthusiasts should head to the stylish LaLaport Toyosu shopping mall to splurge in the designer stores, many of which are duty-free. Or head to Daimaru by Tokyo Station, a high-end department store specializing in kimonos, yukatas, and other traditional robes. This store is the place to go for choice souvenirs such as samurai swords and sandals. Tokyo Skytree, the tallest tower in the world, is a must-visit. Come up just for the jaw-dropping view of the city, or treat someone special to an unforgettable dinner at the top of the world. For a sophisticated day excursion, arrange a tour of the Imperial Palace in advance.

5-star hotels in Tokyo



Those looking for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo won’t be disappointed—the city is equipped to ensure you are well catered to, with a wide range of extraordinary amenities to enjoy. Most Tokyo 5-star hotels have multiple restaurants and bars that serve some of the best traditional food and drinks in the city. You’ll also find amazing services like spa, massage, and health club facilities—some establishments also have swimming pools to add the finishing touch to a stimulating stay. Opting for five-star accommodation ensures you get the top choice of Tokyo’s best hotels.

Where to stay in Tokyo



Akasaka is one of the most popular areas for 5 star accommodation in Tokyo. This trendy neighborhood is packed with swanky, upmarket restaurants and bars. Staying near the charming Nihonbashi Bridge places you right in the heart of the city in an area known for its centuries-old craft stores. Nihonbashi is great for high-end shopping, and is home to the venerable Mitsukoshi department store, complete with bronze lions guarding either side of the main entrance. For sophisticated nightlife, Roppongi is the most popular district among visitors and offers some of the best restaurants in Tokyo. This area also has a reputation for its sophisticated culture, with plenty of museums and art galleries to visit on your doorstep.

How to get to Tokyo



There are two airports in Tokyo—Narita for international flights, and Haneda for (mostly) domestic flights. Narita Airport is 43 miles northeast of the city, but you can take a cab or limo bus direct to most central hotels in about 2 hours. Alternatively, express trains serve most of the main subway stations with average journey times of less than 1 hour. If you can find a connecting flight and land in Haneda, you’ll be just a 15-minute train ride from downtown. Tokyo’s metro system is one of the world’s largest and most-used, so transportation within the city is quick and efficient.

Tokyo travel guides

Tokyo travel guides