The capital of Japan
When you read a list of the top ten cities around the world, Tokyo should feature every time. The fast paced capital of Japan is full of modern edge hustle and bustle. As the largest metropolitan area in the world, Tokyo is at the forefront of cutting edge technologies. With more Michelin starred restaurants than any other city in the world, you can be sure of an unforgettable culinary experience whilst visiting Tokyo. Japan also has a rich history stretching back thousands of years, and there are plenty of sights to see in the fascinating capital city. With so much to see and do, it can be difficult to choose the best hotels to stay in. As such, here are some of our top tips.
Hotels Tokyo Japan
When you are looking for Hotels Tokyo Japan which won’t break the bank, Tokyo Ryokan is well worth a mention. The Japanese equivalent of a British B&B, this hotel will give you a true taste of Japanese life. There are only three rooms available so it is well worth booking in advance, and meals are not included, but you can eat at any of the delicious restaurants surrounding this authentic hotel.
The Hilltop Hotel has played host to some of the most well known names in Japanese literature, and you too can stay at one of the most famous hotels Tokyo Japan at very reasonable prices. Indeed, this may be the only hotel in the world which pumps oxygen and negative ions into every room to help boost creativity. The clean furnishings and comfortable beds suit the old fashioned literary atmosphere of the hotel perfectly and entices many creative types through it’s’ doors to this very day.
Staying at a Luxury Hotel
If money is no object and you really want to splash the cash on a top quality hotel in Tokyo, then the Four Seasons Marunouchi Hotel offers the ultimate service in both style and luxury. Conveniently located close to Tokyo Station, Ginza and the Imperial Palace, this is one hotel which you are never likely to forget. The 5 star rooms feature 3D TV systems and Wireless Internet access, with housekeeping services available twice a day. The 57 boutique rooms are highly sought after and are excellent for business travellers, families, and those who want to experience Tokyo from the ultimate luxury base.
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