Experience the Luxury of Tokyo’s 5-Star Hotels
The incredible sights, sounds and experiences Tokyo has to offer delight travelers from all around the globe. For Sienna Charles’ discerning clientele, a trip to Tokyo wouldn’t be complete without a reservation in one of the city’s most luxurious hotels, which offer five-star service, extraordinary amenities and exclusive experiences.
Our founder, Jaclyn Sienna India, has unearthed the best luxury hotels in the world, with a refined list of the most exceptional 5-star hotels in Tokyo. Through her extensive knowledge and experience in discovering exclusive luxury accommodations around the globe, she shares the best of the best with discerning travelers seeking the ultimate luxury getaway. From ultra-modern hotels in the heart of the city to private sanctuary retreats located in secluded settings, Tokyo’s selection of luxury hotels offers a location to meet any desire. Our luxury travel concierge team will meticulously handle every detail and deliver an impeccable experience that exceeds expectations.Apply for membership
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Aman Tokyo, designed by architect Kerry Hill, is one of the best luxury hotels in the city. Located at the very top of The Otemachi Tower, this phenomenal hotel was constructed in the traditional Japanese style, pulling in natural, locally sourced materials to create an organic but opulent ambiance. Guests pass through more than 180 Japanese trees before entering the hotel, which creates a stunning natural transition from the bustling city to utter tranquility.
Stepping into the hotel’s spacious reception area, which is high above the city on the 33rd floor, feels like being transported into a calm and peaceful oasis. The feeling of discovering paradise continues as guests make their way past the elegant stone surrounding the more than 4,000-square-foot entryway, which is lit by washi rice paper shoji lanterns in the evening and rays of lemony sunshine during the day. Stunning ikebana flower arrangements and a clear pond boasting gorgeous rock gardens complete the transition from city life to pure bliss and serenity.
This unique 5-star hotel in Tokyo is known for its luxury suites and wide array of culinary options. Aman Tokyo’s four restaurants, which are open to guests and visitors by reservation, present traditions from around the globe, such as Chef Musashi’s consummate Edomae sushi to fine Italian dining at Arva to the Aman lounge which transports guests into what appears to be the inside of a traditional shoji paper lantern.
Japanese culture is renowned for its deep understanding of balance and nature, and this is never more prevalent than in Aman’s Spa, which brings natural ingredients into its signature Journeys and therapies. Guests relax in the onsen-style hot baths and steam rooms, refresh with a dip in the stunning black basalt 98-foot pool that boasts incredible 360-degree views of the city and reenergize with a trip to the fitness center as well as a dedicated yoga and Pilates studio.
Discerning travelers seeking the best luxury suites in one of Tokyo’s premier 5-star hotels opt for the opulence and comfort of the Aman Suite. With over 1,600 square feet of space for guests to unwind in, this expansive suite, which offers a breathtaking view of the Imperial Palace, Mount Fuji and Tokyo Skytree, is the largest in the hotel.
Each suite brings the feeling of the outdoors in with interiors constructed from wood, washi paper and stone. With clean lines, light wood touches, hidden technology and minimalistic furniture, the space leaves guests feeling peaceful and serene. The separate bedroom and living room with a dining area and pantry offer unrestricted views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and East Tokyo through sparkling floor-to-ceiling windows. The Aman Suite, which is designed to resemble a traditional Japanese residence and is ideal for entertaining, includes a stunning bathroom with a deep Ofuro soaking tub and heated stone flooring.
A Sienna Charles membership delivers access to difficult-to-secure reservations in the best luxury hotels in the world, such as Aman Tokyo. Our travel concierge service can secure these in-demand reservations for our members, as well as exclusive amenities to complete a whirlwind trip to the incredible city of Tokyo.Apply for membership to reserve the Aman Suite
Palace Hotel Tokyo
The magnificent Palace Hotel Tokyo, which is a tribute to omotenashi – Japanese hospitality – is a sanctuary of serenity that offers guests the ultimate level of VIP service. Located across from the Imperial Palace Gardens, this multi-award-winning masterpiece showcases the incredible Japanese culture of hospitality at every turn.
The Palace Hotel’s three-year redesign elevated it from an iconic fixture on the luxury hotel scene in Tokyo to a sleek and modern marvel that discerning travelers come from around the globe to visit. The hotel incorporated reminders of its history into the new design, from the original white grand piano in the lobby lounge to the Aji stone walls that are an ode to the Imperial Palace’s exquisite stonemasonry.
The lush and natural beauty of Tokyo, specifically the Imperial Palace Gardens, is reflected in the hotel’s interior design. With organic colors and leafy aesthetics, the hotel’s 278 rooms and 12 suites offer guests the feeling of being at one with nature, but with every modern amenity included. Most of the suites go even further to bring the outdoors in with private balconies – a rarity in Tokyo. Experience the reinvention of a legacy carefully maintained and the same celebrated hospitality that was established when the original Palace Hotel opened its doors over half a century ago.
This five-star hotel in Tokyo offers guests boundless options for culinary delights, with multiple bars and restaurants, extensive space to host functions and Japan’s first Evian Spa, all set against a remarkable backdrop of the surrounding Tokyo skyline.
The crowning jewel of this magnificent five-star hotel in Tokyo is its Palace Suite. Designed to mirror a chic urban residence, the suite aligns with the hotel’s natural aesthetic with earthy tones, modern furnishing and striking textiles and art throughout its expansive living room, dining area, bedroom and marble-clad bathrooms. Guests feel at peace sipping Maruyama Nori green tea from Mashiko ceramics surrounded by soft golds, pale greys and touches of apricot in the living spaces, or indulging in the luxury of the glass-walled bathrooms that look on to bustling Tokyo.
Sienna Charles offers our members access to this incredible luxury hotel in Tokyo with reservations in the Palace Suite. Or, for those who desire added comfort, our travel concierge service can secure the Club Deluxe King room, which includes a separate entrance and balcony and serves as a luxurious two-bedroom residence.Apply for membership to reserve the Palace Suite
The Okura Tokyo
The Okura Tokyo redefined traditional Japanese beauty when it opened its doors in 2019 and offered visitors an incomparable oasis, surrounded by lush greenery and cultivated gardens. Reimagined from the former Hotel Okura Tokyo, which originally opened in 1962, guests have the option for two very distinct experiences by staying in either The Okura Heritage Wing, which boasts elegant Japanese aesthetics, or The Okura Prestige Tower, which is a sleek and modern skyscraper.
One of the most luxurious hotels in the city, The Okura Tokyo possesses two lobbies designed by Yoshio Taniguchi, son of the former hotel’s designer, that pay homage to the original hotel’s spirit. Guests can marvel at the Japanese paper mural in The Okura Heritage Wing lobby, which is an entire section of a decorative wall moved from the Heian Room, or relish in history with The Okura Prestige lobby, which is a reproduction of the former main building lobby but upgraded with the latest technologies.
The hotel offers guests countless opportunities to experience the finest amenities Tokyo has to offer, including Japanese, French or Chinese cuisine, a spa that showcases a stunning panoramic city view, a 25-meter heated pool, a dry sauna that emits the aroma of trees and a steam sauna with detoxification powers. Guests can step outside to bask in the peace and serenity of The Okura Garden, a vast oasis that brings the beauty of each season and incorporates karesansui (dry garden) traditions to the middle of the city. They may also explore The Okura Museum of Art, Japan’s first private art museum located within the grounds of the hotel, which includes 2,500 works of art.
Sienna Charles members often ask our luxury travel concierge team to secure reservations at the Imperial Suite, which is not only the hotel’s largest suite but also one of the largest in Japan. Spanning the top two floors of The Okura Prestige Tower, this phenomenal suite includes a lofted living area, an intimate Japanese-style dining room that can accommodate up to ten guests, a master bedroom with a walk-in closet and an opulent bathroom with a walk-in shower and soaking tub, as well as two additional guest bedrooms, each of which comes with their own private bathroom.
Our luxury travel concierge will curate every incredible moment of our members’ visit to this luxurious suite in The Okura, one of Tokyo’s best 5-star hotels, with every detail meticulously designed and executed.Apply for membership to reserve the Imperial Suite