Best Boutique Hotels in Tokyo

By Nicole Brewer

When I think of Tokyo, futuristic technology, the Shibuya shopping district, and anime are the first things to come to mind. It was one of the first destinations I trotted to abroad many years ago and it is on my list to get back to in the near future. If you are considering a visit to Tokyo, then this list of boutique hotels should assist you in your planning. Check out these boutique hotel options in Tokyo.

1)      The Peninsula Tokyo Hotel

The 5-star Peninsula Tokyo Hotel is located in the shopping area of Ginza and it is directly across from Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace. It is within walking distance to Tokyo Takarazuka Theatre and the Tokyo Tower. Rooms feature luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets, complimentary Wi-Fi access, and rainfall showerheads. Hotel amenities include an indoor pool, spa, health club, and a sauna.


2)      The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic

The family-friendly Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic is centrally located in Tokyo near attractions like Sensoji Temple, Asakusa Shrine, and Nakamise Arcade. Families can enjoy educational fun by visiting the Edo-Tokyo Museum or the Tokyo Sky Tree which are only a mile away. Conveniences include complimentary wireless Internet, LCD TVs that offer digital programming, and laundry services for long-term stays.


3)      Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza 

The Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel Ginza is a short walk from the Kabuki-za Theatre, Tsukiji Fish Market, and Mitsukoshi. The hotel features a restaurant that offers a complimentary buffet breakfast daily, in-room massages, a 24-hour front desk, and dry cleaning services. Feel right at home reading a complimentary newspaper in the lobby or sliding into the slippers that are provided.


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4)      The Tokyo Station Hotel

The 4.5 star Tokyo Station Hotel is located close to the famous Tokyo Tower and Sensoji Temple. It is conveniently located above the Marunouchi Subway Station. It features the relaxing Spa Tokione, where you can enjoy a carbonated hot spring and nature-based treatments. Guests will marvel at the stunning European décor, iPod docking stations, vaulted ceilings, and the amazing Tokyo skyline views that many of the rooms offer. It also has multi-level rooms that feature separate living, dining, and sleeping areas.


5)      Shinjuku Granbell Hotel

Shinjuku Granbell Hotel is just a short distance away from major attractions such as Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Meiji Jingu Shrine, and Hanazono Shrine. Hotel features include a rooftop terrace, a restaurant, coffee shop, and a 24-hour front desk. Each of the 380 guestrooms include conveniences like complimentary Internet access, LCD televisions with premium for-pay movie options, and bathrooms equipped with designer toiletries and a bidet.


6)      Palace Hotel Toyko

With a stay at the luxurious Palace Hotel Tokyo, you will have plenty of attractions at your fingertips. It is within walking distance to East Garden and Imperial Palace Garden. Conveniences include dining options from one of the 7 on-site restaurants, a 24-hour business center, indoor pool, and health club. 24-hour room service is also available, along with refrigerators and mini-bars.

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  1. Chanel | Cultural Xplorer says

    Another great hotel that I stayed in during my trip was The Park Hotel Tokyo – absolutely stunning! 😀

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