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In a timeless city that's always evolving, Tokyo's newest luxury hotels push the boundaries of excellence in every direction.

August 2023

01. Bulgari Hotel Tokyo

On the 40th-45th floors of magnificent new skyscraper Yaesu Central Tower, guests can indulge in the pinnacle of luxury at Bulgari Hotel Tokyo. With captivating views of the Imperial Palace and Mount Fuji, this exquisite retreat is ideally located, within sauntering distance of Tokyo Station, the Marunouchi business district, and the buzzing commercial center of Nihonbashi.

Blending contemporary Italian design and precise Japanese craftsmanship, the opulent retreat boasts 98 rooms and suites, with sleek interiors adorned with luxury Italian furniture brands like Maxalto and Flexform, in the inimitable Bulgari style. Spanning 416 square meters, the luxurious Bulgari Suite is among the most expansive in Tokyo - and can connect to an adjoining suite for even more space.

Unwind in the 1,000-square-meter Bulgari Spa with its gorgeous indoor pool. Or, experience culinary excellence at SUSHI HŌSEKI - KENJI GYOTEN, led by three Michelin-starred chef KENJI GYOTEN, overlooking a private Japanese rock garden. Bulgari Hotel Tokyo epitomizes refined elegance and exclusivity for the discerning traveler.

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02. BELLUSTAR TOKYO, A Pan Pacific Hotel

BELLUSTAR TOKYO, atop the new TOKYU KABUKICHO TOWER, offers opulence and sanctuary sky-high above the vibrant Kabukicho quarter. Perched on the 39th-47th floors, the hotel boasts breathtaking views of the cityscape and of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, through expansive 7-meter-wide windows.

The four restaurants and bars tantalize with creative dining experiences 200 meters above ground and feature an overwhelming three-story atrium. Or, invite the hotel's chef to your "Villa in the Sky" penthouse, with a dedicated butler to serve you. Meanwhile, the Spa sunya on the 47th floor offers the ultimate in relaxation.

Beneath all this, a world of entertainment is at your doorstep, with a theater, amusement complex, and more, all in the iconic tower itself.

photo of BELLUSTAR TOKYO, A Pan Pacific Hotel

Photography by Miyuki Kaneko / Nacása & Partners Inc.

03. The Tokyo EDITION, Ginza

Set to open in early 2024, the newest addition to the vibrant Edition brand finds its place nestled in the heart of Ginza. Located just off Chuo-dori Avenue, Ginza's upscale entertainment and shopping hub, this architectural gem by renowned architect Kengo Kuma aims to mirror the luxurious offerings of its Toranomon predecessor, debuting a new generation of luxury in Tokyo.

With 86 guest rooms and suites exuding sophistication and comfort, three exceptional dining venues including a rooftop bar with panoramic city views, and a state-of-the-art fitness center, The Tokyo EDITION, Ginza beckons travelers to indulge in an unparalleled experience. Prepare to immerse yourself in the epitome of elegance and refinement, with a world of the finest flagship stores just moments away.

04. Janu Tokyo

Janu Tokyo introduces The highly anticipated sister brand of Aman, in the modern urban village of Azabudai Hills, for fall 2023. Promising a truly elevated guest experience, Janu Tokyo is infused with a vital social scene in contrast to the sense of sanctuary Aman is known for - Janu's sacred concepts are a trinity of connection, inspiration, and exploration.

With one of Tokyo's largest wellness facilities spanning 4,000 square meters, along with eight exceptional restaurants and a bar, Janu Tokyo exhibits the brand's signature energy and sets a new standard for luxury hotels in Japan. A place for body, mind, and spirit to be nourished through connection, discovery, and delight - Janu Tokyo is a soulful social retreat offering 122 spacious guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, most with private balconies showcasing views of lush greenery or iconic Tokyo Tower.

05. Hotel Toranomon Hills

Hotel Toranomon Hills is the latest property part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, opening this winter. This sophisticated haven caters to the needs of global business travelers seeking an exceptional stay in Japan. Positioned at the heart of Tokyo's emerging business center, the prime location offers swift access to Haneda International Airport and a seamless connection to innovation hubs, art galleries, and more, via elevated and underground walkways.

The hotel combines smooth accessibility with refined amenities. In particular, "The Lounge" located across the 11th and 12th floors features an "active zone", supporting productivity and collaboration with meeting rooms and working spaces that offer inspiring views over Tokyo Tower, along with shower facilities and a relaxation zone for guests arriving early or departing late. Furthermore, in partnership with the world-renowned Michelin starred Chef Sergio Herman, the hotel will include "Le Pristine Tokyo" restaurant serving a variety of exceptional culinary options certain to satisfy the discerning taste of executives.

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