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Tokyo hotels

Probably no modern city's luxury hotel scene has been as utterly transformed and upgraded as Tokyo's in the past decade. Once dominated by the august and dependable (if staid) Okura and Imperial, Japan's capital now boasts accommodations swanky enough to vie with those of neighboring Hong Kong and Bangkok in bold design and pampered comfort. Spearheaded by the Lost in Translation–starring Park Hyatt, Tokyo's newest hotels, including the Mandarin Oriental, the Ritz-Carlton, and the Peninsula, offer world-class service and excellent restaurants.

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Andon Ryokan, Minowa

Designed by an architecture professor from Tokyo's Waseda University, Andon offers friendly Japanese-style accommodation at very low rates. Set in the...more

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Claska, Meguro

Claska is a unique, 18-room hotel in Meguro on the fourth and fifth floors of a 1970s block renovated by the hip Tokyo architects Intentionallies. No two rooms...more

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Ginza Yoshimizu, Ginza

For a thoroughly Japanese experience in the center of Tokyo, try this 11-room eco-conscious inn. A rare find, it's located in a skinny nine-story building a...more

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Homeikan, Hongo

Homeikan is a traditional Japanese inn situated in three separate buildings (the 25-room Honkan, 31-room Daimachi, and 33-room Morikawa) in a quiet residential...more

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Hotel Villa Fontaine Shiodome, Shiodome

A rate of 10,000 yen (about $85) for a single has ensured that this 497-room hotel, opened in August 2004, is always busy. Accommodations are simple but a vast...more

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Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu, Asakusa

At this modern Japanese inn, located in historic Asakusa, the staff uniform is kimono. Guests have a choice of 16 Japanese-style rooms with tatami, futon...more

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Shibuya Granbell Hotel, Shibuya

Affordable boutique hotels are hard to come by in Tokyo, especially ones as artfully designed as the Granbell Hotel in Shibuya. A favorite of the Japanese media...more

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Hilltop Hotel, Jimbocho

The Yamanoue or Hilltop, in the university and bookshop district of Jimbocho, is a hotel with a history. The building, which dates back to 1937, served as...more

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Hotel Century Southern Tower, Shinjuku

This hotel has long been a favorite among Tokyo visitors-in-the-know for its very convenient location—across the street from Shinjuku Station's south exit...more

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Hotel Niwa Tokyo, Chiyoda

Hotel Niwa in central Tokyo takes the concept of a ryokan—with its appreciation for traditional craftsmanship and near obsession with service—and...more

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