Tokyo lux hotel news

A glance at the latest luxury properties to debut across Tokyo

Spa at Four Seasons at Otemachi

Though the last couple of years has put international travel on pause, the number of hotel developments has shown no signs of slowing down in Tokyo. From fashionable luxury resorts to urban lifestyle hotels, Tokyo’s hotels are diverse and offer something for everyone. They do, however, share one common priority: to help Tokyo to become a leader in sustainability by integrating sustainable practices into their everyday operations.

Tokyo’s ‘old favourites’ are doing their part to contribute to the same goal. Imperial Hotel, which opened its doors in 1890, created an Environmental Committee – years before the advent of SDGs – to oversee its sustainable initiatives, which they later replaced with the Sustainability Management Committee in 2020. The hotel practices sustainability in a variety of fields, including food waste, and resource management whilst providing educational initiatives.

Here are the best new luxury hotels to keep on your clients’ 2023 Tokyo travel radar.

Deluxe King room ©Tokyo Edition, Toranomon

The debut of a new generation of luxury featuring 206 guest rooms and suites with views of Tokyo skyline, 3 restaurants including a speciality restaurant with an outdoor terrace, a custom-designed spa, 387 sqm of events space and more. Just minutes from Tokyo Tower and Tokyo’s renowned art, cultural landmarks, nightlife and restaurants, The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon offers an unprecedented intersection between tasteful designs, innovation and elevated service.

Kimpton Shinjuku Tokyo -- exterior ©Kimpton Shinjuku

Kimpton Shinjuku combines a style and ethos inspired by New York’s arts scene with exquisitely – detailed Japanese handcrafted artisanal traditions. The result is a curated canvas with intricate interiors that are guaranteed to inspire. Close to the iconic Shibuya crossing, the hotel sits in the heart of fashionable Shinjuku.

King Room ©Four Seasons Otemachi

Japan’s third Four Seasons Hotel, located in the centre of Tokyo in Otemachi. The world-class luxury hotel blends cutting-edge Tokyo innovation with elegant classical designs. This property soars above the heart of the capital offering expansive Imperial Palace views and putting guests at centre stage, from sky-high gourmet meals on the rooftop terrace to gala business and social events at Tokyo’s best address.

mesm Lobby ©mesm Tokyo Autograph Collection

Located near the waterfront within the new WATERS Takeshiba Precinct, Mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection is an urban luxury hotel situated in the special ward of Minato City. A unique downtown destination for individualists seeking luxury and authenticity, Mesm Tokyo wants visitors to feel all five senses come alive with sights and sounds, music and art, food and drink. Iconic design and authentic Japanese hospitality combine to make our hotel the ideal choice for travellers seeking innovation and creativity in Tokyo.

Executive House Zen

A super-luxury boutique hotel within Hotel New Otani Tokyo

Zen Lounge at Executive House Zen

A sanctuary in the centre of Tokyo, EXECUTIVE HOUSE ZEN offers the ultimate in deluxe serenity with an amazing Japanese Garden and traditional Japanese hospitality. It incorporates the concept of “Zen”, the true spirit of Japanese hospitality.


Bellustar Tokyo (scheduled to open in May 2023): At this unique luxury hotel, Japanese culture is woven into the interiors of guest rooms, while windows seven metres wide offer an amazing panorama of Tokyo. Highlights include the Sky Private Villa on the topmost floors features, a restaurant three levels tall, a spa where one can experience the four seasons and bounty of Japan’s soil while surrounded by dramatic sights, and five penthouse suites that offer guests the finest in Japanese-style hospitality.

Premier Room, Bellustar Tokyo

Hotel Groove Tokyo (scheduled to open in May 2023): will bring a new offering to the heart of Shinjuku. Its 538 guest rooms will be furnished with an eclectic mix of unique art and music, inspired by the energetic entertainment scene of Shinjuku’s Kabukicho district. The 17th floor is set to become Kabukicho’s new hub for social gatherings among travellers and locals. Presented here is a medley of cuisines at the hotel’s main dining restaurant, seating 130 diners, and a bar. View an introduction video here.

Hotel Groove Shinjuku, room render

Bulgari Tokyo: Japan’s first Bulgari Hotel is scheduled to open in Tokyo in 2023. The hotel will occupy the top seven floors – 39th-45th – of an ultra-skyscraper planned for construction in the Yaesu 2-Chome North District Category-I Urban Redevelopment Project. Bulgari Hotel Tokyo will be located in a very central and convenient area at walking distance to some of the best attractions in town. The hotel will offer 98 guest rooms, as well as luxury suites and an extraordinary Bulgari Suite. Other features include The Bulgari Bar, Il Ristorante, the fireplace Lounge, all of them with outdoor terrace, a dramatic Ballroom including a large outdoor space, the about 1,500 sqm BULGARI Spa, and more.

Premiere Room, Bulgari Hotel Tokyo

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