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Tokyo is Japan’s capital and the largest city. The city mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. It is located at the head of Tokyo Bay on the Pacific coast of central Honshu. Almost every luxury hotel brand in the world has a presence in the dazzling Japanese capital, Tokyo. American hospitality giant Marriott Hotels and Resorts also has a sizeable portfolio of hotels in the city, with hotels ranging from the budget-friendly Aloft Hotels to the more expensive Luxury Collection and Ritz-Carlton. Let’s take a look at the Top 10 Marriott Hotels in Tokyo, Japan.
10. Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo
A 4-minute walk from Subway Station Shirokanedai, Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo is in Minato, a neighbourhood in Tokyo with good airport proximity. Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo features 484 guest rooms and suites. Teppanyaki Shirukane and Sushi Shiromani Saeki offer Japanese cuisine, Café California is the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant which uses carefully selected seasonal ingredients to create healthy French-Japanese style cuisine, Shisen serves a wide range of Shisen cuisine made by specialty chefs, and boasts views of our scenic Japanese garden, Bamboo serves afternoon tea and M Bar has an extensive drink list including more than 70 different varieties of shochu, 30 varieties of cigars, 120 varieties of scotch, and more. Guests at Tokyo Miyako Sheraton can relax in the sauna or spa bath. The gym offers a good workout for an extra cost. Hotel Sheraton Miyako also houses shops, a hairdresser and a beauty salon. There is also a indoor swimming pool.
Website: Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo
9. Yokohama Bay Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Tokyo
Yokohama Bay Sheraton Hotel and Towers is conveniently located at a 1-minute walk from JR Yokohama Train Station. Haneda Airport is a 30-minute bus ride away, while the Yokohama Chinatown is a 17-minute walk and train ride away. The hotel features 348 guest rooms and suites. Restaurants cater a variety of Chinese, Japanese and international cuisine. Teppanyaki Restaurant Sagami serves steak and seafood, while Japanese Restaurant Ko-No-Hana offers traditional Kaiseki (Japanese multicourse) dinner. Other restaurants feature authentic Chinese dishes or magnificent views of Yokohama City. Guests can access the fitness center and its facilities at an extra charge. Facilities include a gym, an indoor swimming pool and a hot tub. A pastry shop is also available at the hotel. Guests can pamper themselves by indulging in the on-site spa services. There are 2 treatment rooms. Services include massages.
8. Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel
An official hotel of Tokyo Disney Resort, Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel is a 2-minute walk from Bayside Station on the Disney Resort Line. A free shuttle runs to nearby Bayside Monorail Station, from which JR Maihama Train Station can be reached via a 10-minute monorail ride and walk. The hotel is directly accessible from Narita and Haneda Airports via the Airport Limousine bus. The hotel features a whopping 1016 guest rooms and suites with most of them having views of the Disney Resort or Tokyo Bay. Designed like a luxury cruise liner, Café Toastina serves aromatic coffee and pastries. The hotel also offers Japanese cuisine at Asuka, grilled teppanyaki specialties at Maihama and an international menu at Grand Cafe. A fitness room and a public bath with sauna are on site in addition to the indoor swimming pool. AN SPA TOKYOBAY has 3 treatment rooms, including rooms for couples. Services include massages and facials.
Website: Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel
7. The Westin, Tokyo
The Westin Tokyo is strategically located in a central business and tourist attraction area. Haneda International Airport is a 30-minute drive away from the hotel. The hotel features 438 guest rooms and suites. Dining options include Victor’s which is set in an elegant French Rococo decor with a breathtaking view of the Tokyo Tower, Ryutenmon which is a regal, Cantonese-style Chinese restaurant, The Terrace which is the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant serving international cuisine, Mai which is Japanese cuisine blending traditional and modern styles, Yebisu which is a teppanyaki restaurant serving its original signature “Yebisu Wagyu Beef”, The Lounge which serves afternoon tea, The Bar which is a sleek whiskey bar inviting guests to sample its extensive selection of single-malt Scotch, whiskeys and cocktails and The Compass Rose is a sky-view bar located on the hotel’s 22nd floor featuring an impressive range of craft gins and cocktails. Facilities include a fitness centre and a barber/beauty shop. Guests can indulge in a pampering treatment at the hotel’s full-service Le Spa Parisien. Services include facials, body treatments and manicures and pedicures. The spa is equipped with a sauna and a spa tub. A variety of treatment therapies are provided, including aromatherapy.
Website: The Westin Tokyo
6. AC Hotel by Marriott Ginza, Tokyo
AC Hotel by Marriott Tokyo Ginza is located in Koto, a neighborhood in Tokyo. The hotel is at a distance of 200 metres from Azuma Inari Shrine. AC Hotel by Marriott Tokyo Ginza features 296 guest rooms and suites with views of the surrounding area. AC Kitchen is a modern restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Offerings include artisan ham, freshly baked buttered croissants, specialty coffees and quiches and other Japanese-style cuisine. AC Bar is the place where stylishly designed furniture and lighting create a chic setting for enjoying the signature AC gin & tonic along with innovative Spanish tapas. A fitness centre is present at the hotel.
Website: AC Hotel by Marriott Ginza, Tokyo
5. mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection
Mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection is located in Minato, a neighbourhood in Tokyo, and is near a train station and by the ocean. Tokyo Narita Airport is a 50 minute drive from the hotel. The hotel consists of 265 guest rooms and suites with stunning views of Tokyo and Minato City and garden and waterfront vistas. Guests can sample the bold, fresh flavors of Parisian gastronomy at Chef’s Theatre. The French restaurant reimagines European dishes using the finest Japanese ingredients. Miyazaki Beef Ginza Miyachiku Takeshibaten is the hotel’s terrace restaurant serving teppanyaki, shabushabu, sukiyaki and other specialty dishes while Whisk is the property’s trendy downtown bar inviting guests to indulge their senses with handcrafted cocktails, specialty Japanese Sarutahiko coffee and contemporary tunes. There’s a fitness centre present at the hotel in addition to the Spa. Club mesm is a luxurious and relaxed restaurant boasting modern Japanese style and astonishing views of the Tokyo Bay from an open terrace.
Website: mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection
4. The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection
In the city centre, The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection is in Minato, a neighbourhood in Tokyo. The hotel features 288 rooms with large windows that offer views of the hotel’s beautiful Japanese Garden. Ristorante Caffe Ciliegio serves Italian dishes and is open for breakfast hours whereas Nadaman offers Japanese cuisine. A seasonal outdoor pool and a spa tub are on site. Other recreational amenities include a health club and a sauna. SPA THE SAKURA has 7 treatment rooms. Services include facials and body treatments. A variety of treatment therapies are provided, including aromatherapy.
3. The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon
The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon is located in Minato, a neighbourhood in Tokyo. The hotel offers 206 rooms and suites. Guests at the accommodations can enjoy a à la carte or an American breakfast. The Blue Room serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and light fare daily. While The Lobby Bar let’s guests enjoy a drink and relax in the bustling city. At The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon guests are welcome to take advantage of a hot tub. Other recreational amenities at the hotel include an indoor pool and a fitness centre. The Spa has 6 treatment rooms, including rooms for couples. The spa is equipped with a sauna and a steam room.
Website: The Tokyo EDITION Toranomon
2. The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel
Located a minutes’ walk away from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station of the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Marunouchi Line, The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho features 250 rooms with gorgeous views. Washoku Souten restaurant serves contemporary Japanese cuisine, including sushi and teppanyaki, Oasis Garden is the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant featuring a “hanging garden” concept, plus buffet, à la carte and full-course menu options, Sky Gallery Lounge Levita is a cocktail bar and The Bar illumiid offers an authentic bar experience amidst a calm and soothing atmosphere. The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho features a wellness center and a sauna facility, a fitness centre, an indoor pool and a spa tub. SPA KIOI has massage/treatment rooms. Services include facials and body treatments.
1. The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
Located at the heart of the downtown Roppongi area in Tokyo’s tallest building, the 53rd-story Ritz-Carlton offers elegant luxury high above Tokyo’s busy streets. The hotel offers 245 rooms and suites that offer breathtaking views of the Shinjuku area, the Imperial Palace or Mount Fuji. Restaurants at the Ritz-Carlton vary from French to Japanese cuisine, all offering spectacular views. The Michelin star rated restaurant Azure 45 serves French delicacies, while guests can enjoy live musical performance in the afternoon and evening at The Bar. Guests can pamper themselves with a treatment at the spa, or unwind in a whirlpool with city skyline views. Other facilities include saunas, a gym and bicycle rental. The Ritz-Carlton Spa has 10 treatment rooms. Services include facials, body wraps, body scrubs and body treatments. A variety of treatment therapies are provided, including aromatherapy. The spa is equipped with a sauna and a spa tub.
Website: The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
Featured image by The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
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