Top Luxury Hotels in TokyoOctober 28, 2011
Tokyo is the capital and largest metropolitan city in Japan. It is known as one of the command centers in the international economy. Visiting Tokyo is part of a luxurious lifestyle. Many international business conferences are held in this grand city and here is a list of hotels you can choose from in your travel away from your Miami luxury home.
One of the ten most expensive hotel suites in the world is found in Tokyo. The Presidential suite of the Ritz Carlton hotel costs $25,000 a night. Found in the 53r floor of the hotel, the suite offers you a breathtaking view of Mount Fuji.
An ideal venue for business conventions, Park Hyatt has a full 24-hour service for its business centre. It also served as backdrop for Lost in Translation- a critically acclaimed movie. The hotel provides you with one of the most spacious hotel guestrooms in Tokyo with over 178 rooms to choose from. The Japanese cuisines in its restaurants are also to die for.
Four Seasons Chinzan-so Tokyo
The interiors of Four Seasons Chinzan-so Tokyo offer a blend of European and Japanese art and décor. It is located at a 17acre Japanese garden, neighboring the city’s main financial district. The centerpiece of the hotel’s garden is the 1000-year old, three-story Pagoda from Hiroshima.
The Imperial Hotel is one of the leading hotels marked as a luxury hotel in Japan. Heads of state and royalty are common guests. The hotel has been around for over a century and its award-winning cuisine and remarkable hospitality is a true testament to the Japanese culture.
The Ana InterContinental hotel is located at the Ark Hills. It is only a few minutes away from the Tokyo Metro Tameike-sanno Staton. Scrumptious cuisine awaits you from the hotels fine dining establishments.