Traveling to Tokyo and wondering where to stay? Here are the best places to stay according to our local experts, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels, bed and breakfasts, and hostels.
One of the best hotels in TYO. On artificial island. Haneda airport taxi distance. Comfortable *****/ French ****L. Former Le Meridian. AF crew maybe PAR/CDG - HND fligfts attendants stay here. -- Tomoya Kuramochi via Foursquare
A T+L Design Awards 2013 winner. There is quiet grandeur in the marble and ebony finishes and deep green carpets; a sense of sophisticated restraint permeates the lobby. More: tandl.me/wqz8k3 -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
Wonderful hotel!!! Choose it without hesitation! Warm welcoming staff, fast check-in, magnificent panoramic restaurant in 33rd floor with Tokyo tower view, tasty food, especially sushi! Reasonable $$ -- Inna Portnova via Foursquare
명실공히 도쿄 최고의 호텔. 크지 않은 규모지만 훌륭한 시설에 꼼꼼하고 완벽한 서비스를 받을수 있는곳. 황궁을 볼수있는 수영장은 꼭 즐겨주자(수영장을 갈수 있는 고객이라면 싸우나도 무료) 중식당 헤이풍테라스와 꼭대기층 바 피터도 매우 훌륭한 곳이니 한번 들러주셔도. 긴자의 미식을 즐기고 싶은 분들께는 위치도 좋고 컨시어지의 레스토랑 예약,안내도 끝판왕^^ -- Daewook Ban via Foursquare
Crowning the Tokyo Midtown Tower complex, the Ritz puts guests in the heart of Roppongi. Guest rooms channel old-world glamour with mahogany desks and oversize armoires. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
While there are now better (and newer) hotels in Tokyo, this one is still the grand dame of Japanese hospitality. The Imperial Viking is not as good as before, but the Old Imperial Bar is great! -- M. R. via Foursquare