Tokyo Station Hotel
1 Chome-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tōkyō-to 100-0005, Japan
Photo courtesy of Tokyo Station Hotel
Tokyo Station HotelIf Tokyo is just the first stop on your Japanese cultural immersion tour, you could do no better than a stay at this stately hotel. Opened in 1914 and restored after bombings during World War II in 1951, the European-style property’s 58 light-filled rooms put you within easy access of connecting trains at the historic Tokyo Station. Facilities command views of the Imperial Palace and the Marunouchi area, considered by some the pulsing heart of Tokyo, while guest rooms come in 15 comfortable options—including large suites, two-story maisonette-style rooms, and digs designed around the North and South Cupola domes—to satisfy every kind of traveler. Take time to decompress before the next leg of your journey with a pampering Elemis facial or massage at the spa, or sipping cocktails in one of the hotel’s nine restaurants and bars.