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9 Most Amazing Hotels in Japan

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9 Most Amazing Hotels in Japan

Japan, also known as the Land of the Rising Sun, is an exciting and culturally fascinating travel destination. It’s hotels are equally appealing, and they are just as diverse as the nation itself. You will find the skyscrapers catering to international business travelers in hubs like Tokyo and Kyoto, but you’ll also find luxurious resorts and capsule hotels.

From sprawling suites to pods you rent for just a few hours at a time, Japan boasts an incredible range of hotels. Whether you’re staying for a couple of nights or you’re traveling across the country, there is accommodation that can perfectly suit your needs. Here are some of the most amazing hotels in Japan, each of which is unique and memorable.

9. Park Hotel Tokyo

Park Hotel Tokyo

The Park Hotel Tokyo is a contemporary skyscraper in the middle of the capital city. From its top floors, you can expect stunning views over the city. The Park Hotel Tokyo is also conveniently located just a two-minute walk from the Shimbashi Station, which allows you to get to other major destinations in the area via subway. There are seven dining options within the Park Hotel Tokyo that serve up Japanese cuisine as well as international fare. Other luxury amenities include a spa, a fitness facility and a lounge filled with modern art.

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8. Hoshinoya Karuizawa

Hoshinoya Karuizawa

A bullet train ride from Tokyo or Kyoto will bring you to Nagano Prefecture, which is home to the impressive Hoshinoya Karuizawa. This amazing resort puts you close to outdoor recreation opportunities like hiking to waterfalls or visiting volcanoes, but many guests are happy to spend their time relaxing in the hotel itself. The Hoshinoya Karuizawa is a resort complete with spas and hot springs, with rooms that are perched above the water and even heated with geothermal energy. Spacious rooms maximize the natural setting, creating a spa atmosphere that melds beautifully with the great outdoors.

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7. The Windsor Hotel Toya

The Windsor Hotel Toya

On the Japanese island of Hokkaido, you’ll find the Windsor Hotel Toya Resort and Spa. At the Windsor Hotel Toya, you can choose from traditional minimalist rooms with tatami mats or upgraded western beds, all of which offer amenities like wifi access, personal fridges and flat-screen televisions. The spa facilities are the main attraction, featuring a bathhouse, an indoor pool and a hot tub, but there is also a scenic golf course on the property. Guests will also be mere minutes from the enticing Toyako Hot Spring.

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6. Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon

Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon

A brief walk from the Asakusa Train Station is the upscale Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon, one of the most popular contemporary hotels in Tokyo. The convenient location makes it easy to travel via train around the city, but you can also walk right to attractions like the Senso-ji Temple or the Hanayashiki Theme Park. The rooms are comfortable and modern, and guests will have access to hotel amenities like in-room massage therapy, a French restaurant and an open-air terrace exclusively available for guests to enjoy, which happens to be an amazing place to soak in city views.

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5. 9 Hours Capsule Hotel, Kyoto

9 Hours Capsule Hotel, Kyoto

Staying at the 9 Hours Capsule Hotel in Kyoto is like spending the night in a futuristic spaceship, and it is undoubtedly a memory you’ll never forget. Located just a brief walk from the Kawaramachi Train Station in Downtown Kyoto, the 9 Hours Capsule Hotel offers personal pods to sleep in. These are designed to be incredibly comfortable, and they are more spacious than most guests expect. The stark white design extends to the amenities, which includes lockers, showers and gender-specific bathrooms. While you can be in and out in nine hours if you wish, guests are welcome to spend up to 17 hours at the hotel if desired.

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4. Fujikawaguchiko Onsen Konanso

Fujikawaguchiko Onsen Konanso

Just outside of Tokyo is Yamanashi Prefecture, where you’ll find the Fujikawaguchiko Onsen Konanso. This hotel overlooks Lake Kawaguchi, and it is a serene and tranquil destination that encourages calmness and relaxation. You can choose from traditional, minimalist Japanese rooms or Westerns-style rooms, some of which offer breathtaking vistas over the lake. Guests will be at the base of Mt. Fuji, and outdoor hot tubs let you admire the view while soaking in warm water. The tea lounge and the guest terrace are both designed to be places of stillness and natural beauty, making this the perfect destination to unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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3. The Peninsula Tokyo

The Peninsula Tokyo

The Peninsula brand is known around the world as one of the most luxurious hotel chains in the world, and the Peninsula Tokyo is no exception. Located in the business district of Marunouchi, Tokyo, the Peninsula is a five-star destination with upscale rooms and amenities. You’ll have three amazing restaurants on the property, a heated indoor swimming pool that’s just gorgeous and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Some suites even offer balconies, traditional tea ceremonies and grand pianos for the height of hotel luxury.

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2. Hakone-Ginyu

Hakone-Ginyu

This luxurious spa resort can be found in Hakone, and it is surrounded by lush green mountains. The suites are spacious but minimalist, designed with relaxation in mind. Many of the rooms and suites at the Hakone-Ginyu offer private terraces, and the views are definitely one of the most appealing things about this incredible resort. You’ll also be able to unwind in one of the two open-air bathhouses, not to mention the countless hot tubs. Indulge in spa treatments, and then enjoy incredible Japanese cuisine while making the most of the mountain views.

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1. Hoshinoya Kyoto

#1 of Amazing Hotels In Japan

You’ll find the upscale Hoshinoya Kyoto on the banks of the Katsura River in the popular Arashiyama district of Kyoto. Although it is in the center of the city, the setting is wooded, and guests will be just a short walk from the wildly famous Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. The rooms are sleek, modern but minimal, and they feature bamboo decor and tatami mat flooring. A floating tearoom is the ultimate luxury, allowing you to sip upscale teas right over the waters of the river.

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