Extraordinary hotels - best choice for your unusual city break in Tokyo

The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo Photo of The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Tokyo The luxurious The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo is a true landmark of the city. It is open in the highest skyscraper in Tokyo. The hotel has more than 200 guest rooms in the 54-storey building, and the breathtaking panoramic view of the city is one of obvious advantages of the hotel. The most luxurious suites and restaurants of the city are open on the latest floors of the skyscraper. Visitors of The Ritz-Carlton can also admire the panorama of Tokyo from the spa. It has several fantastic relaxation areas with hydro-massage bathtubs and large floor-to-ceiling windows.
There are some unusual and creative budget hotels in Tokyo as well. For example, 1/3rd Residence Yashiki has always drawn the attention of travelers because of its eye-catching design. The hotel’s concept is a quintessence of the most beautiful national traditions that are skillfully reflected in the elements of décor. Low wooden tables and pillows that replace traditional chairs, the abundance of antiquities and artworks create a special atmosphere in the hotel. There are no traditional beds in guest rooms as well – the floor is covered with bamboo mats, and there are traditional futon mattresses. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
Capsule Inn Kinshicho Photo of Capsule Inn Kinshicho, Tokyo Capsule hotels are not new for Japan in general and Tokyo in particular, but there are some unique hotels in this category as well. Capsule Inn Kinshicho is one of the oldest and most famous capsule hotels of the capital. Besides tiny capsule guest rooms, the hotel offers a range of extra services for its clients. For example, Capsule Inn Kinshicho has a quality sauna with a swimming pool and an attractive public lounge. The capsules are very comfortable despite their modest size and come with a modern bed, TV, radio, alarm, and a very pleasant and fully adjustable lighting system.
First Cabin Akihabara Photo of First Cabin Akihabara, Tokyo The capsule hotel First Cabin Akihabara has its own striking peculiarities. In contrast with the hotel mentioned above, First Cabin has larger capsule rooms. It’s possible not only to lie but also to stand in the capsules. There are also larger guest rooms that have a small table in addition to the bed. All capsule rooms are made in black-and-white, and public areas look more relaxed because of colorful accessories. There are also individual showers in First Cabin – one can rarely find these in the majority of hotels in this category.
Claska Photo of Claska, Tokyo The high-class Claska has one important advantage, location. It is open in an eye-catching modern building with a stylish façade that looks particularly impressive when the darkness falls over the city. In the evening, the façade is decorated with a beautiful artistic illumination, and large panoramic windows shine with all colors of the rainbow. Behind such an unusual façade, there is a no less stylish designer décor made mostly in the shades of white. In the bathroom, there is a large floor-to-ceiling window in some guest rooms, so travelers can take a shower and enjoy lively city streets at the same time.
New Otani Tokyo Photo of Hotel New Otani Tokyo, Tokyo The luxurious New Otani Tokyo is also worth a mention in the list of the most unusual hotels in Tokyo. This unique hotel is one of the largest in the city and offers almost 1,500 guest rooms. The skyscraper hotel has an amazing location in a lush garden founded more than 400 years ago. Travelers will be pleased with the view from their rooms as they will admire old trees, artificial ponds and waterfalls, charming wooden bridges, and pebble stone roads for walking. Guests can leave their rooms and go down to explore hidden corners of the garden whenever they want.
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