Four Hotels in Tokyo for a Luxurious Stay

Originally a small fishing village named Edo, Tokyo has exploded into one of the biggest, most densely populated, and busiest capital cities in the world. Home to the imperial throne and the country’s political, economic, financial and cultural center, Tokyo boasts a rich heritage and technology-driven nation. Despite all of its complex modernities, the capital is considered to be one of the safest in the world.

Described as “the city with the highest cost of living in the world” by numerous polls, Tokyo is undoubtedly the perfect place to head to if you are looking for a luxurious, fun-filled vacation. Food enthusiasts also flock to Tokyo by the droves. Home to more Michelin-starred restaurants than Paris herself, Tokyo is by far one of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities in Asia.

Here are the top four places to stay at when in Tokyo.

1. Cerulean Tower Tokyu

Located in the heart of the bustling area of Shibuya, the Cerulean Tower Tokyu hotel has over 400 rooms with magnificent, unobstructed views of the city. On a clear day, you may even catch a glimpse of Mount Fuji. This Western-style hotel offers guests impeccable service and all the amenities that one could need.

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Whether you want to rejuvenate yourself at the fitness club while taking advantage of the hotel’s childcare services or run your business empire from the comfort of your room, anything is possible at this stylish luxury hotel.

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2. Hotel Claska

Comprising of only 20 rooms, this trend-setting boutique hotel is very high in demand. Listed as one of the best places to stay in Tokyo, the rooms are divided into four categories; Japanese Modern, Tatami, Contemporary and Weekly Residence. Carefully selected Asian antiques and art makeup the bulk of the decor in the rooms within the first category. In the Tatami rooms, the simple combination of tatami mats and a bed offer guests luxurious comfort in a typical Japanese setting.

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As for Contemporary and Weekly Residence rooms, traditional and modern Asian and Western influence plays a big role in the setup. Conveniently located along Meguro Street, Hotel Claska offers guests a true taste of Japanese hospitality.

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3. Mandarin Oriental

This fabulous hotel occupies the higher floors of a high rise building in the prestigious Nihonbashi district. Every room has an enthralling view of Tokyo’s breathtaking skyline, giving guests the opportunity to soak it all in no matter which room they occupy.

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Very spacious rooms, massive flat screen televisions, excellent dining options, a luxurious spa and wonderful service are just a handful of things that the Mandarin Oriental in Tokyo does so well. Guests are also treated to state-of-the-art technology and contemporary comfort and style.

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4. Conrad

Pegged as a luxury business hotel, the Conrad is also the accommodation of choice for upscale tourists. With hi-tech infrastructure and chic decor, this modern-classic is part of the Hilton chain of hotels and thus, subject to its high service standards. Occupying the top floors of a skyscraper, guests will be awed by the panoramic skyline view.

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From the imposing lobby to each suite, minimalist Japanese design is prevalent and adds a touch a class to this already well-known hotel. Whether you want to unwind to an indulgent spa treatment or feast on Michelin-starred cuisine, the Conrad Tokyo has it all.

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Lianne Choo

Born in Singapore and raised in Malaysia to multi-racial parents, Lianne is a bonafide travel and food junkie. Having traveled extensively to over 30 countries, Lianne has lived in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Honolulu and Paris and now calls Taichung, Taiwan home. She speaks fluent English, Malay and French and is currently improving her conversational Mandarin skills. She prefers a life of free spirited travel and freelancing than one spent cooped up in an office. When she's not off on an adventure, you can find her whiling her time away with books, good movies and even better food.

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