For travelers planning a trip to Tokyo, Japan, sometimes staying in the same chain-style hotels is a bit of a bore. That’s where boutique hotels come in and, luckily, Tokyo has some of the finest in Asia. With many boutique hotels in the city to choose from, how do you know which to book? Easy. These three are some of the best boutique hotels in Tokyo, offering the discerning traveler a beautiful room, first-class service and superb hospitality.
Claska Boutique Hotel – Located just a 10 minute walk from a subway station and thus a few minutes from central Tokyo, Claska Boutique Hotel is a unique boutique hotel in that its design is more Nordic than Japanese. Clean, simple lines, with lots of light woods and cream furniture, Claska Boutique Hotel offers its guests stunning design and comfortable accommodation.
At Claska Boutique Hotel, each of the nine spacious guest rooms is decorated in contemporary style and features Western or Japanese-style sleeping arrangements. Some rooms are DIY, meaning they’ve been each individually designed by a different designer. Every room has en suite bath with designer toiletries, flat screen TV with DVD player (movies you can borrow from the reception desk), tea and coffee supplies, kimonos and slippers.
The hotel also has a lovely restaurant and is in a quiet neighborhood filled with interesting shops and cafes.
The Celestine Hotel – Located in the heart of Tokyo, The Celestine Hotel is just lovely. Full of comfortable, clean and spacious guest rooms and complete with super friendly staff, you can’t go wrong at this boutique hotel.
The hotel has 243 rooms that come in lots of different sizes, but each room features large windows and high ceilings, Wi-Fi internet, flat screen TV and DVD player, hot water pot and tea and coffee supplies, hairdryer, robe and slippers, designer toiletries, trouser press, refrigerator, mini bar, in-room safe and a lot more.
There’s a cafe, a full-service restaurant and a sophisticated bar. The Celestine Hotel also has a lounge, conference rooms and a beautiful garden, where you can relax over a coffee and a good book. The hospitality and service at The Celestine can’t be beaten, neither can its excellent staff.
Park Hotel Tokyo – The Park Hotel Tokyo is in a superb location, connected by walkways to Shidome Station. A large boutique hotel, you know you’ve arrived in luxury when you enter the hotel’s reception area on the 25th floor and have a stupendous view of the Tokyo Tower.
Each of the Park Hotel’s guest rooms is decorated in contemporary style and features original artwork on the walls, flat screen TV with satellite, mini bar, refrigerator, Wi-Fi internet, tea and coffee making facilities, nightwear and designer pillows and, of course, designer toiletries in the bathroom.
The hotel has several stylish restaurants, a cafe, a lounge and a bar. For relaxation, don’t miss the aromatherapy treatment at the hotel spa or learn to arrange flowers at the famous Constance Spry Flower Salon, florist to the British royal family. You could go home with a little more culture.
Claska Boutique Hotel
The Celestine Hotel
Park Hotel Tokyo