Tokyo is the capital of Japan, the world’s third biggest economy. That’s why, when it comes to business travel, Tokyo has more corporate travelers every year than many other international cities combined. Tokyo, too, is known for its world-class hotels and high-tech amenities so, as you can imagine, the city’s business hotels are some of the best in the world. With many Tokyo business hotels to choose from, make sure you check out these three Tokyo hotels. Business travelers will find them to be the best of the best.
Shangri-La Hotel – This five-star Tokyo luxury business hotel was recently named one of Forbes best new business hotels and it’s not surprising why. At more than $450 a night, it’s not cheap, but it does offer the best service any business traveler could possibly ask for.
Located just a 10 minute walk from the Imperial Palace, the Shangri-La Hotel has incredible views all over Tokyo. Each of the 200 guest rooms and suites (there are six) features 42″ LCD flat screen TVs with DVD and CD players, a Bose speaker system, mini bar, coffee and tea making facilities, luxury towels and sheets, Wi-Fi internet, bathrobe and slippers and designer toiletries.
The hotel itself is stunning. Business travelers will be blown away by the Horizon Club, where business men and women can relax, get a free suit pressing and shoe shine, read international newspapers, eat breakfast, use one of the club’s meeting rooms, secretarial services and much more.
The Shangri-La has two world-class restaurants, several bar areas and Afternoon Tea is served daily – a perfect time to entertain clients.
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo – The Mandarin Oriental is a well-known luxury hotel chain with locations in major cities all over the world. The Mandarin Oriental in Tokyo is one of the best in the chain, and is located right in the central business district, and close to shopping and dining areas.
The hotel’s 38 floors feature contemporary guest rooms and suites that are spacious, with stunning views of Tokyo and with every high-tech amenity a business traveler might need. Enjoy a 45″ LCD TV in the bedroom and a 15″ LCD TV in the bathroom. High-speed Wi-Fi internet, an interactive entertainment system, DVD and CD player, mini bar with a nice selection of champagnes, in-room safe, large work area, coffee and tea making facilities, plush robes and slippers, luxury sheets, rainforest shower, designer toiletries and much much more.
The Mandarin Oriental’s dining choices are incredible. From the Michelin-rated French restaurant on the 37th floor with amazing views, to the Spanish tapas bar and the Japanese restaurant, there’s something for every taste.
The hotel’s business center too is world-class, with conference and meeting rooms, banqueting services for several hundred people, and every business service an international corporate traveler needs.
Imperial Hotel Tokyo – The Imperial Hotel is another five-star luxury hotel that recently celebrated its 120th year anniversary. Its famous for its award-winning cuisine, its stunning accommodation and the fact that many world heads of state and royalty have stayed here.
The Imperial Hotel Tokyo’s spacious guest rooms and suites feature flat screen TVs with DVD and CD players, mini bar, coffee and tea making facilities, Wi-Fi, large work areas, luxury bathrooms with designer toiletries, plush bathrobes and slippers and use of the hotel’s fitness areas and spa.
For business travelers, the Imperial Hotel’s business center is sure to please. It takes up the entire fifth floor of the hotel, has conference and meeting rooms that are complimentary for 1-2 hours a day, work stations, sound-proof music rooms, secretarial, printing, copying and faxing services and translation help. The Mandarin Oriental also offers transfer services via helicopter to and from Narita Airport.
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