This glass and polished steel skyscraper designed by Tange Kenzo is the most scenic in the Prince Hotel chain. The foreground moat is lined with cherry trees. The unimpeded view from its lofty rooms gives guests the stunning panorama of West Tokyo, the Shinjuku skyline and Mt. Fuji. From the marble lobby with its mezzanine grand piano to the spacious guest rooms everything about this hotel is first-class.
A vision of high-shine glass, Mandarin Oriental offers a stunning view of Tokyo from virtually everywhere. Located in the financial center, Mandarin offers an advantage to any visitor who wishes to travel or do business. The regular walls in rooms have been replaced by glass and give a futuristic feel to the decor. High above the Tokyo streets, the spa is designed to give a feeling of supreme luxury. Restaurants, tea shops, bars and gourmet shops boast of good food and great Asian cuisine. Mandarin Oriental believes that it is serious business when it comes to the business of relaxation.
Since 1890, the Imperial hotel has catered to royalty, statesmen, fabled celebrities and the leaders of international commerce. Luxury is the keyword. The 1923 building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright was lost in a fire, but a vestige of it survives in the art-deco Old Imperial Bar on the mezzanine level. Rooms are superb, with private writing desks, three telephones, individual environment control systems, remote control TV with bedside consoles and a spaciousness rarely encountered in Tokyo hotels. The staff can greet guests in five languages. Ginza is just behind the hotel, which faces Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace grounds.
The location in the Yebisu Garden complex of this beautiful hotel makes it a convenient place to stay for business travelers, yet it also has all of the amenities of a luxury resort. The ambience is distinctly European and the service is highly personalized. Guests may enjoy a wide variety of dining delights, from Cantonese and continental dishes to kaiseki, Japanese haute cuisine, in the hotel's seven restaurants.
Constructed around a spectacular Japanese garden, the star-shaped main building with its revolving restaurant is now overshadowed by the hotel's massive Tower and Garden Court annex to the south. Rooms are elegantly furnished befitting a hotel of this stature. Staff are extremely hospitable and are English speaking. You couldn't have asked for more with 37 restaurants and bars serving cuisines from Polynesian delights to French cuisine. An art museum, tennis courts and a large shopping arcade of stylish boutiques, all these to make your stay a memorable one.
The Four Seasons is situated in the historic Chinzan-so Gardens, ten minutes from Edogawabashi subway station. The meticulously tailored services and carefully appointed guest rooms of the Four Seasons Hotel make up for its secluded location, away from the business centers of Tokyo. Guests are surrounded by a splendid Japanese garden, complete with waterfall, pagoda and arched bridge. The rooms are among the largest in Tokyo. With world-class conference facilities, banquet halls and meeting rooms, the Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo is a unique destination for leisure and business travelers.
Strategically located at the heart of the huge convention complex at Makuhari Messe, the Makuhari Prince Hotel offers convenience to Narita Airport and Tokyo Disneyland, as well as an easy commute into Tokyo's business districts. Tokyo Bay spreads out to the south, affording tranquil views from many of the rooms, and particularly from the lounge on the 50th floor.
Since 1988, this has been one of the foremost of the many waterfront hotels near Tokyo Disneyland. The hotel's dozen floors comprise first-class restaurant and resort facilities, as well as beautifully appointed western-style guest rooms, each with its own private balcony. Relax and recuperate after a day of business or entertainment in nearby Tokyo. The courtesy bus to Tokyo Disneyland and the local train station runs frequently.
Close to Tokyo Disneyland, the Okura offers vacationers and tourists comfortable lodgings and a first-class hotel experience. Geared to suit families, this is an ideal hotel for both adults and children. Views of Tokyo Bay are available from many of the rooms. Shuttles to and from Tokyo Disneyland run frequently.
Opened in 1990 and renovated in 1995, this twelve-story hotel overlooks Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Bay, providing an excellent base for both business and leisure travelers. The hotel has a pleasant Mediterranean ambiance and a relaxing atmosphere. Rooms are spacious and come with full amenities.
Recently renovated, the Tokyo Bay Hilton Hotel has 11 floors of first-class, resort-type accommodations located just near Tokyo Disneyland. For business travelers, it offers convenient access to Narita Airport and the Makuhari Messe convention complex. The rooms are spacious with windows that open out onto splendid views of Tokyo Bay or the Disneyland theme park. You find several fine restaurants on the premises, too.
Located in eastern Tokyo, the Mizue Daiichi Hotel offers business travelers hospitable, clean and inexpensive lodgings within 30 minutes of Tokyo Disneyland, 60 minutes from Narita Airport, and 35 minutes from Shinjuku. Western style rooms only are available.