You’re looking for luxury accommodation? You want to spend the night in a designer room? You want to try out a boutique hotel? Or would you prefer accommodation at a fair price? We’ve compiled a list of select addresses for every taste.

    • The Ritz Carlton Tokyo

      Hotel of superlatives
      This 5-star hotel will draw «oohs!» and «aahs!» from its guests at the latest when they enter the rooms on the 45th to 53 rd floors of the highest office building in the city. The rooms are luxurious and enormous; the views of Tokyo are breathtaking and among the best in the city. The service is excellent, and the central location in the nightlife and expat quarter of Roppongi ultra comfortable.
      Tokyo Midtown, 9-7-1 Akasaka
      Minato-ku, Tokyo
      +81 3 34 23 80 00
      Ritz Carlton
    • Hotel Kaminarimon

      Good food, good prices
      This good and affordable alternative to the otherwise astronomical hotel prices in Tokyo is in the heart of the traditional quarter of Asakusa. There are lots of restaurants, the Sensoji temple and the metro stations of the useful Ginza Line in the vicinity. The rooms are appointed in the traditional Japanese style with tatami mats and futons, or in the Western style.
      1-18-2 Asakusa
      Taito-ku, Tokyo
      +81 3 38 44 18 73
      Hotel Kaminarimon
    • Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel

      Fabulous views
      This comfortable luxury hotel in the Cerulean Tower Tokyu is simply unbeatable. The very large rooms offer fabulous views over the Tokyo skyline. The location is central, and the ample indoor pool is the perfect place to relax after a long sightseeing tour. The exquisite restaurants pamper the palate, and a visit to the bar on the 40th floor is a must. Also a hot tip for non-residents.
      26-1 Sakura-gaoka-cho
      Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
      +81 3 34 76 30 00
      Cerulean Tower Tokyu
    • Hotel CLASKA

      Boutique hotel
      The CLASKA – which opened in 2003 – was Tokyo’s first boutique hotel, and interior architects and designers aren’t the only ones to be amazed when they enter it. It is an oasis of good taste. No two of the retro-minimalistic rooms are the same. In the evenings, the hotel bar is much frequented by young locals from Tokyo’s creative scene. Although Meguro is not quite in the centre of the city, it does introduce guests to a very special, individual Tokyo.
      1-3-18 Chuo-cho
      Meguro-ku, Tokyo
      +81 3 37 19 81 21
    • Granbell Hotel Shibuya

      In the midst of things
      The stylish Granbell Hotel Shibuya is just the place for visitors who want to shop or experience Tokyo’s nightlife up close. The pedestrian zone and Dogenzaka entertainment district with lots of bars and clubs are just a stone’s throw away. And world-famous Shibuya Crossing is also close by.
      15-17 Sakuragaoka-cho
      Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
      +81 3 54 57 26 81