With its rich history, fascinating culture, stunning seasons, and culinary creativity, Tokyo is an incredible city to visit no matter the occasion. But if you plan to celebrate your honeymoon with a visit to this wonderfully romantic destination, you’re in for something very special. Treat yourself and your loved one to an adventure you’ll never forget by staying at one of the city’s most impressive hotels. In Japanese culture, offering the highest of hospitality to guests is of the utmost priority, so you won’t be disappointed.


High-end luxury options

Tokyo is home to some of the best luxury hotels in the world. The city’s upmarket stays pride themselves on offering the best hospitality, serving world-class cuisine, and often promising additional traditional experiences you won’t find elsewhere. Sure, they’re not for the budget-conscious but don’t worry, you get what you pay for.

 

Shangri-La Hotel

Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo

Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo, シャングリ・ラ ホテル 東京 Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo

The Shangri-La Hotel is the most luxurious of hotels in a very impressive location, sitting just a 10-minute walk from both the Imperial Palace and the heart of the upmarket Nihonbashi area. The hotel occupies the top 11 floors of the Marunouchi Trust Tower Main Building and boasts incredible city views, excellent spa facilities, and three world-class restaurants. The best of the best in one of the city’s most enviable locations, it’s hard to beat.

Shangri-La Hotel

Address: Japan, 〒100-8283 Tokyo, Chiyoda City, Marunouchi, 1 Chome−8−3 丸の内トラストタワ 本館 (map)

Website: shangri-la.com

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81367397888

 

Hoshinoya Tokyo

Hoshinoya Tokyo

Hoshinoya Tokyo, セミリタイア起業サロン【かずま社長】

By combining traditional ryokan hospitality with modern hotel luxury, Hoshinoya Tokyo is one of the chain’s most stylish outposts. Featuring 84 rooms, this hotel feels like a collection of intimate ryokans, with each of the 17 floors having a unique ambiance and central lounge space. Following the precedent set by classic ryokan inns, breakfast is served in the rooms, and many on-site onsen baths are open-air. 

Hoshinoya Tokyo

Address: Japan, 〒100-8283 Tokyo, Chiyoda City, Marunouchi, 1 Chome−8−3 丸の内トラストタワ 本館 (map)

Website: shangri-la.com

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81367397888

 

Park Hyatt, Hotel

Park Hyatt Tokyo

Park Hyatt, Park Hyatt Tokyo

This hotel was made internationally famous thanks to Sophia Coppola’s 2003 cult hit film Lost in Translation, starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson. But Hollywood fame aside, the Park Hyatt is inner-city luxury at its best. Nestled in the middle of the action in downtown Shinjuku, it’s surrounded by bars, cafes, restaurants, and other nightlife hangouts.

But once you arrive, it’ll be hard to leave given that on the 52nd floor of the hotel, sits one of the area’s most famous attractions, the New York Grill – a luxury bar with world-class cocktails and live jazz performances as well as one of the best views in the city.

Park Hyatt, Hotel

Address: 3-7-1-2, Nishishinjuku, Tokyo 163-1055, Japan (map)

Website: hyatt.com

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81353221234

 

Andon

Andon Ryokan

Andon Ryokan, Kym Armstrong

This hybrid luxury hangout is considered by many to be Tokyo’s first designer ryokan. Positioned about 20 minutes from Asakusa by foot, Andon Ryokan is where modern convenience meets classical Japanese style. It’s perfect for those who want to embrace both traditional and contemporary sides of Tokyo in luxury. Andon Ryokan also hosts several classes for those who wish to immerse themselves in Japanese Culture through flower arranging, tea ceremonies, and origami workshops.

Andon

Address: 2 Chome-34-34番地10号 Nihonzutsumi, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0021, Japan (map)

Website: andon.co.jp

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81338738611

 

Traditional stays

Explore the more classic side of Tokyo by booking one of the city’s famed ryokan inns. A ryokan is a Japanese-style guest house, which often serves incredible traditional cuisine and hospitality that’s second to none (they call it ‘omotenashi’ hospitality in Japanese.)

 

Ryokan Kamogawa

Kamogawa Ryokan

Kamogawa Ryokan, Gerald P.

You’ll find the charmingly traditional Ryokan Kamogawa standing proud in Tokyo’s most historic neighborhoods, Asakusa, just a two-minute walk from the famous Sensoji Temple (the city’s oldest temple) and a five-minute walk from Asakusa Subway Station. The ryokan inn combines modern comforts with traditional Japanese aesthetics, like tatami-mat rooms with Western beds. The ryokan also has an on-site restaurant and grill restaurant called Kura, making it a must not miss for those who want an authentic Japanese experience.

Ryokan Kamogawa

Address: 1 Chome-30-10 Asakusa, 台東区 Taito City, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan (map)

Website: f-kamogawa.jp

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81338432681

 

Ryokan & Day Shizuku

Ryokan & Spa Shizuku

Ryokan & Spa Shizuku, Toby Tsang

Central enough to reach the city’s main tourist attractions like Tokyo Skytree and Sensoji Temple in 30 minutes by train, but far enough away from the manic energy of the city’s crowded central hubs to feel like a tranquil retreat is Adachi ward’s Ryokan & Day Shizuku. This romantic retreat combines classic traditional Japanese ryokan design with familiar comforts like large Western beds and open-plan rooms. What’s even better is that the rooms also come with a wooden bath and small private garden, for that extra added romantic luxury.

Ryokan & Day Shizuku

Address: 2 Chome-8-5 Umeda, Adachi City, Tokyo 123-0851, Japan (map)

Website: tryangle-web.com

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81338871101

 

Homeikan Morikawa Annex

Homeikan Morikawa Annex

Homeikan Morikawa Annex, 鳳明館 森川別館

This charming ryokan is a little more of a well-kept local secret. Homeikan Morikawa Annex is a stunning historic accommodation nestled in the Bunkyo-Ku district, not far from Tokyo University and Tokyo Dome. It’s not the glitziest of hotels, but the old-world ambiance is a large part of its charm. It features classic traditional tatami rooms, futon bedding, and a classic hot spring bath. It’s perfect for those who want a truly authentic Japanese accommodation experience. 

Homeikan Morikawa Annex

Address: Japan, 〒113-0033 Tokyo, Bunkyo City, Hongō, 6 Chome−23−5 鳳明館 森川別館 (map)

Website: homeikan.com

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81338118171

 

Stylish central hotels

Are you looking for somewhere in the heart of all the action? A place walking distance from great restaurants, great shopping, and some city’s best tourist attractions? Then consider one of these stylish modern hotels. They’ve got plenty to offer, but won’t cost the world. 

 

Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo

Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo

Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo, 第一ホテル東京

Located in Tokyo’s bustling downtown district of Shimbashi, the Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo is surrounded by excellent dining destinations, perfect for romantic dinners or just ‘on a whim’ style nights on the town. The hotel is also near plenty of fascinating labyrinthian alleyways home to tiny local bars and is walking distance from the sprawling Hamarikyu Gardens and the romantically scenic waterfront.

Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo offers a variety of room styles to suit a cross-section of tastes and budgets, from modest but stylish double rooms to the more lavish premier suites. On-site, there’s also a Teppan-yaki Restaurant (ITTETSU), a French Restaurant (ENCHANTÉ), and the lounge dining and bar, which like ITTETSU offers impressive views of the city from its 21st-floor location.

Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo

Address: 1 Chome-2-6 Shinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo 105-8621, Japan (map)

Website: hankyu-hotel.com

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81335014411

 

The Blossom Hibiya  

While Hibiya may not be the best-known location in Tokyo, it’s an idyllic place to set up a home base when exploring the city on a romantic adventure. It’s a little more low-key than some other neighborhoods, but still central enough to offer easy access to the city’s many attractions. The Blossom Hibiya is perfect for those who want to spend most of their time soaking up the city, but still want a place to relax in style. Situated within walking distance from the Imperial Palace and Imperial Palace gardens, the hotel’s rooms offer incredible city and garden views from their floor to ceiling windows; the rooms come in a variety of styles, from standard to premium styles, suitable for a variety of budgets.

Another highlight of this hotel is that they offer rooms specially designed for wheelchair accessibility. Within the hotel, there’s also a restaurant (Sotoroku) that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as a specialized sake bar for those who want to enjoy the nation’s most famous tipple.

The Blossom Hibiya

Address: 1 Chome-1-13 Shinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0004, Japan (map)

Website: jrk-hotels.co.jp

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81335918702

 

Hotel Karaksa Hotel Premier Tokyo Ginza

Karaksa Hotel Premier Tokyo Ginza

Karaksa Hotel Premier Tokyo Ginza, Anthony Buratovic

Right in the stylish, upmarket heart of Ginza is where you’ll find Hotel Karaksa Hotel Premier Tokyo Ginza, a hotel that, while budget-friendly, don’t compromise on style. The hotel features standard and premiere style rooms, each of which measures a spacious 26㎡ to 43㎡ and boats feature large floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the glittering Ginza district.

Perfect for a romantic stay, the hotel is surrounded by some of the city’s best dining establishments, bars, and other nightlife attractions, while the hotel itself offers the ultimate in tranquility and peace, allowing guests to truly relax. At the hotel’s exclusive free lounge, there are seasonal drinks, and light dishes are available too, perfect for a little wind-down after exploring the city or a pre-dinner drink before hitting the town.

Hotel Karaksa Hotel Premier Tokyo Ginza

Address: 1 Chome-6-6 Shinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0004, Japan (map)

Website: karaksahotels.com

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81335736602

 

Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier

Nestled in one of Tokyo’s most historic districts, Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier blends old world Japanese class with stylish modern design, promising you a stay you’ll never forget. The rooms come in twin, double, and suite-style, each of which is designed to be spacious, relaxing, and romantic. Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier is also very art-centric.

You’ll find stunning pieces of art and design woven into the hotel’s design throughout the hotel, including sculptural pieces by Takeharu Nakabayashi, outdoor installations by Tomohiro Kano, and iconic light features by Chisa Imamura. The hotel also features an elegant restaurant (Nihonbashi Asada) and a bar (Matsu).

Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi

Address: 3 Chome-4-4 Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo City, Tokyo 103-0022, Japan (map)

Website: gardenhotels.co.jp

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +81332701131

 

Things to do

Try something new with your loved one, and create memories you’ll never forget. 

 

Book a private Japanese tea ceremony and take come unique wedding photos

Japanese tea ceremony

Japanese tea ceremony, Maikoya Tea ceremony

Add a little cultural education to your romantic vacation by trying a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. It’ll help you really appreciate the intricacy of Japanese culture and offer a meditative opportunity for contemplation, plus it’s fun! Maikoya also offers a tea ceremony experience where guests can get dressed up in beautiful Japanese style kimonos and get their honeymoon pictures snapped during the experience. If you’re feeling inspired, they offer love-themed calligraphy classes too.

 

Maikoya’s Tokyo honeymoon package

Maikoya’s Tokyo honeymoon package

Maikoya’s Tokyo honeymoon package: a happy couple, Maikoya

Let someone else do all the hard work, and save your energy for the vacation. Maikoya’s Tokyo honeymoon package includes a range of cultural experiences and photo opportunities. Some of the highlights include honeymoon photo ops, wedding kimono dressing, a private Tea ceremony experience, sushi making, and calligraphy classes. 

Make a booking here so you don’t miss your preferred timeslot:

Maikoya Kyoto Kimono

Address: 565-4 Nakanocho, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto, 604-8042, Japan (map)

Website: mai-ko.com

Hours: Monday – Sunday 9AM–7PM

Phone: +81756065303

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