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Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

With an emphasis on uncompromised relaxation and privacy, the Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo provides a tranquil urban oasis within the city?s vibrant Shinjuku entertainment and shopping district. Secure central Tokyo luxury hotel reservations at this sleek urban

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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is a deluxe hotel nestled amid the lush greenery and seasonal blossoms of historic Shiba Park. This luxurious hotel is centrally located in the heart of Tokyo close to entertainment, shopping, business districts, historical sit

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Hotel New Otani Tokyo,

Hotel New Otani Tokyo, “The Main

Hotel New Otani, “The Main” is a five-star Tokyo hotel overlooking the Imperial Palace and featuring lush gardens.

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ROYAL PARK HOTEL THE SHIODOME, TOKYO

ROYAL PARK HOTEL THE SHIODOME, TOKYO

With relaxing and spacious accommodations and modern, state-of-the-art technology, ROYAL PARK HOTEL THE SHIDOME, TOKYO, is a premier choice for a luxury Tokyo hotel. Set high above the city on the 24th-38th floors of the Shiodome Tower, the hotel provides easy access to many popular attractions. The hotel is minutes away from Ginza, the Tsukiji Fish Market, and much more. When planning a Tokyo vacation, choose ROYAL PARK HOTEL THE SHIDOME, TOKYO.

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Grand Pacific LE DAIBA

Grand Pacific LE DAIBA

Discover the luxurious Grand Pacific Le Daiba ? a Tokyo luxury hotel distinguished by its unique blend of design and elegance. This 30-story building is located on Daiba Island and overlooks the majestic Tokyo Bay. Feel rejuvenated after a peaceful night

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The Capitol Hotel Tokyu

The Capitol Hotel Tokyu

Capitol Hotel Tokyu which ceased operations in 2006 boasted an impressive forty three years of distinguished history. The Capitol Hotel Tokyu will be situated very conveniently in Akaska, the heart of down town Tokyo. Its location will be near four diffe

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Royal Park Hotel

Royal Park Hotel

Experience the pinnacle of sophisticated luxury at the Royal Park Hotel, strategically located near the Marunouchi and Otemachi business districts, and just moments from the city?s stock exchange. From the shimmering dazzle of the ?Milky Way? chandelier,

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  Tokyo

Tōkyō (東京) is the capital of Japan. At over 12 million people in the official metropolitan area alone, Tokyo is the core of the most populated urban area in the world, Greater Tokyo (which has a population of 35 million people). This huge, wealthy and fascinating metropolis brings high-tech visions of the future side by side with glimpses of old Japan, and has something for everyone.

Over 500 years old, the city of Tokyo grew from the modest fishing village of Edo (江戸). The city only truly began to grow when it became the seat of the Tokugawa shogunate in 1603. While the emperor ruled in name from Kyoto, the true power was concentrated in the hands of the Tokugawa shogun in Edo. After the Meiji restoration in 1868, during which the Tokugawa family lost its influence, the emperor and the imperial family moved here from Kyoto, and the city was re-named to its current name, Tokyo. The metropolitan center of the country, Tokyo is the destination for business, education, modern culture, and government. (That’s not to say that rivals such as Osaka won’t dispute those claims.)

You can spend a fortune on accommodation in Tokyo. Most of the high-end international chains are well represented. Particular concentrations of luxury hotels can be found in western Shinjuku (including the Park Hyatt Tokyo, featured in Lost in Translation), around Tokyo station (best here are Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo,[49]. Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, Seiyo Ginza and Four Seasons Marunouchi), and in Akasaka.

Beware of hotels marketing themselves as being located at “Tokyo Bay”. At best, this means you’ll be in or near the Odaiba district, built on reclaimed land half an hour away from the city center; at worst, you’ll end up somewhere on the coast of the adjacent prefecture of Chiba, which is handy for visiting Tokyo Disneyland but quite inconvenient for touring Tokyo itself.

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