The 5 Best Hotels in Tokyo 2024

Tokyo, one of the hottest travel destinations, beautifully blends the old and the new.Stroll through temples from the Edo period, marvel at newly constructed skyscrapers, and experience the lightning-fast Shinkansen trains connecting cities. Whether it’s world-class international luxury brands or significant events, Tokyo shines as one of the brightest stars in Asia. The Japanese dedication to service is renowned, making a stay in Japan’s luxury hotels a true pleasure.

The Le Oràno Team has selected the following Best hotels in Tokyo:

  • Best High-End Hotel in Tokyo: The Okura Tokyo
  • Hotel With The Best Location In Tokyo: The Tokyo Station Hotel
  • Best Hotel For Families In Tokyo Area: The Kahala Hotels & Resort Yokohama
  • Hotel With The Best Views in Tokyo: Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills
  • Best Hotel For Foodies In Tokyo: Palace Hotel Tokyo
The Okura Tokyo

Since its establishment in 1962, The Okura Tokyo has stood as a notable landmark in Toranomon, Tokyo. This iconic hotel artfully blends 1960s modernist architecture with exquisite Japanese craftsmanship. Nestled in two newly erected structures, the hotel comprises the Heritage Wing, which showcases traditional design, and the Prestige Towers, reflecting a more contemporary style. Recently rejuvenated, The Okura Tokyo now offers 508 elegantly appointed rooms, a choice of five distinguished restaurants, and one of Tokyo’s most spacious ballrooms. Despite the majority of the property boasting a fresh and modern look, the redesigned lobby retains a touch of nostalgia from the original 1962 design. It features shoji paper windows, delicate floral silk wall tapestries, and the hotel’s signature bead-shaped chandelier, all combining to create an atmosphere of timeless elegance and luxury.

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The Tokyo Station Hotel

Celebrating its centennial in 2015, The Tokyo Station Hotel is a testament to timeless elegance, gracefully weathering a century with a series of sophisticated renovations. Nestled within the iconic Central Station of Tokyo, this historic hotel shines brightly following a comprehensive restoration. It proudly retains its rare red brick façade, standing out amidst the city’s modern skyscrapers, and has been reimagined with a blend of classic European design and contemporary glass-and-steel elements.

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The Kahala Hotels & Resort Yokohama

The Kahala Hotel & Resort Yokohama embodies the essence of the aloha spirit in Japan, mirroring the elegance of its renowned Hawaiian counterpart. This exceptional Yokohama property seamlessly fuses tranquil island aesthetics with contemporary Japanese luxury, creating an atmosphere of sumptuous tranquility.

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Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

The Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills, a trendsetting oasis of urban chic, occupies the upper six floors of the Toranomon Hills Mori Tower, one of Tokyo’s tallest and most iconic buildings. Opened in 2014, this distinguished establishment marks the Andaz brand’s second foray into Asia, following the success of Andaz Xintiandi in Shanghai.

Crafted by the visionary designers Tony Chi of New York and Shinichiro Ogata of Tokyo, the hotel’s interiors blend modern aesthetics with organic elements and Japanese influences, creating an ambiance of contemporary elegance.

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Palace Hotel Tokyo

Since its initial debut in 1961, this hotel has been a distinguished landmark in Tokyo’s luxury hospitality scene. Embracing innovation, the Palace Hotel undertook a bold transformation, demolishing its original structure for a comprehensive three-year redesign. In 2012, it reopened its doors, revealing a stunning new 23-story tower. This architectural marvel blends the hotel’s storied heritage with contemporary luxury, setting a new standard in the heart of the city.

The hotel also boasts Wadakura, a captivating ensemble of Japanese culinary experiences. Among these is Sushi Kanesaka, an intimate sushi venue led by the renowned chef Shinji Kanesaka. Additionally, Tatsumi stands as a sanctuary dedicated to the art of tempura, where guests can savor an array of delicacies including soba, sakura, and a distinctive seaweed “salt tasting.”

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Le Oràno members enjoy exclusive privileges during their stay at the hotels above.

[Member Privileges]

  • Complimentary daily breakfast for two
  • Complimentary room upgrades (subject to availability)
  • Early check-in (subject to availability)
  • Late check-out (subject to availability)
  • Additional hotel credit at select hotels
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access

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