Tokyo hospitality has always been in a class of its own - a class now redefined by boutique hotels and next-generation luxury experiences that rewrite the status quo and delight the discerning traveler.

February 2022

01.Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi

With the opening of a new hotel in the Otemachi commercial district, world-renowned luxury brand Four Seasons brings its exceptional hospitality and next-generation luxury to Tokyo yet again. Four Seasons' Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi is a sanctuary that towers above Tokyo's dynamic urban bustle. Its aesthetics draw on Western and Japanese sensibilities, and its chic rooms are designed for maximum comfort. Guests can further pamper themselves at restaurants helmed by distinguished chefs, as well as at the tranquil spa, which offers treatments based on Japan's best-kept wellness secrets.

02.Kimpton Shinjuku Tokyo

Kimpton Shinjuku Tokyo brings New York's creative flair to Japan's metropolis. This fashion-forward hotel is an oasis of calm in Tokyo's vibrant Shinjuku district. Relax in tastefully appointed rooms that cross artisanal Japanese woodwork with a relaxed East Coast vibe. You can even bring your pet on many packages. Bold flavors and seasonal creations await at the District brasserie, while the buzzing atmosphere of the Jones Café is great for a morning pick-me-up or an evening cocktail.

03.mesm Tokyo

Set amid the new Waters Takeshiba development, Mesm Tokyo pulses with youthful energy and high-end chic, and delights each of the five senses. Thanks to collaborations with well-known Japanese brands, you'll find a piano and delicious Sarutahiko coffee in every guest room, which offer stunning views of the Sumida River and Hamarikyu Gardens. Sip exclusive cocktails and enjoy live music at the Whisk bar, and indulge in French-Japanese fusion cuisine at the Chef’s Theatre restaurant. There's no better way to feel the rhythm of the city.

04.The Okura Tokyo

Having hosted countless dignitaries and VIPs, The Hotel Okura, one of Tokyo's three grandest hotels, has been a cultural icon since it opened in 1962. It reopened in 2019 as The Okura Tokyo, divided into the Heritage Wing and Prestige Tower. Boasting a total of 508 rooms overlooking the Toranomon district, The Okura Tokyo is a harmonious synthesis of old-world grandeur and modern aesthetics. The classic Okura ambiance remains, as the principles of wabi-sabi and miyabi permeate everything from the refined guest rooms and antiques adorning shared spaces, to the attentive hospitality always lavished on guests.

05.The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon

The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon isn't afraid to break a few rules in the pursuit of luxury. The hotel features a plant-filled 'jungle in the sky' lobby, the experimental gastronomy of Tom Aikens at The Jade Room, and Kengo Kuma-designed rooms offering stunning views of the city and nearby Tokyo Tower, with 15 terrace rooms available. On fine days, guests can even enjoy the view of Mount Fuji rising beyond the metropolis. Choose from high-end Japanese dining or international classics at The Blue Room. Follow up with cocktails at the Lobby Bar, or venture out into the upscale Toranomon and Roppongi districts, right there on your doorstep.

06.Yuen Bettei Daita

Experience the charm and hospitality of a country inn just minutes from the city center at Yuen Bettei Daita. This charming hotel is an homage to the area's history as tea cultivation, and its tearoom-cum-cocktail bar is the perfect chaser to a soak in the hot spring bath. The in-house onsen is fed by spring water from Hakone, known for the clearness and restorative qualities of its water. At the hotel restaurant, Tsukikage, indulge in seasonal Japanese cuisine prepared with single-minded devotion amid decor that tastefully blends traditional and modern sensibilities.