Take in the sights and sounds of Tokyo with luscious five-star hotels and luxury first class flights
Tokyo is eminently cosmopolitan, and its many five-star hotels are equally so. Whether you’re traveling to Tokyo for business or pleasure, the city’s luxury accommodations are the perfect settings to follow pampering business class airfare to Tokyo.
Ritz Carlton Tokyo
The classic luxury brand, Ritz Carlton’s Tokyo property does not disappoint. Its setting is unique, located on the top nine floors of the tallest building in Tokyo, the Midtown Towers. Guests are treated to panoramic views of Mount Fuji and the piped-in scent of chocolate upon arrival. Guests can exercise anytime, day or night, at the hotel’s 24-hour fitness center and dine on scrumptious Michelin-starred fare at Hinokizaka.
The Peninsula Tokyo
It’s tough to go wrong with a hotel that delivers you directly from your flight’s first class seats to the hotel door in a spacious Rolls Royce. With an ideal location near the Imperial Palace and the Marunouchi business district, the brand’s iconic attentive service and abundant high-end amenities are opulent treats for the savvy traveler. The hotel also offers a spa, fine dining and 1,000 pieces of art.
Imperial Hotel Tokyo
Perfectly attentive service is the standard at the Imperial, a favorite of celebrities, royals and heads of state. The property was redesigned in 1920 by Frank Lloyd Wright, and it has the welcoming, grand entrance to prove it. Guests appreciate pampering limousine service, 17 delightful restaurants, a fitness center, a spa and a tea ceremony room. The hotel’s private, soundproof music room is equipped with a Steinway piano so visiting singers and musicians have a useful practice area.
Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Guests marvel at the city views from the Grand Hyatt’s towering indoor swimming pool area. The hotel also gleams with a grand ballroom, seven gorgeous restaurants, three lounges, a full-service spa, a fitness center and lushly appointed guest rooms with fantastic views. Grand Hyatt is conveniently located in the Roppongi Hills, near plenty of visitor-friendly restaurants and shops.
Tokyo is blessed with a bevy of other high-end hotels that satisfy, from the Mandarin Oriental and the Park Hyatt to the Shangri-La Hotel and Hotel New Otani. Combined with widely available discounted first class tickets to Tokyo, the abundance of first-rate hotels makes frequent trips to Japan a pleasure.