The Capitol Hotel Tokyu - Tokyo, Japan
Situated in Tokyo’s bustling Akasaka neighborhood, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu reopens its doors more stylish and luxurious than ever. Following a glitzy makeover, it offers exceptional spa facilities, an impressive collection of lounges and restaurants as well as 251 impeccable rooms and suites strikingly decorated in a modern Japanese style. Guests staying in the spectacular suites, most of them situated on 27th-29th floors, will not just enjoy breathtaking city views and upgraded in-room amenities, but they will also have access to the exclusive Library Lounge.
Claska - Tokyo, Japan
A cool and stylish design hotel on Tokyo’s Meguro Dori - a broad boulevard renowned for its furniture stores, Claska is packed with a creative vibe and a whole host of smart features, including a canine beauty salon, a gallery and design shop, a decked rooftop terrace, art studios and a fashionable food and drink scene. Its 20 Japanese-influenced rooms are classified into four categories, each being designed by a different artist in a different theme. Some of them come appointed with tatami flooring, glass-walled bathrooms or ingenious paper lanterns, others feature hypnotic city views, but all of them are beautiful, cutting-edge and decorated with modern bespoke furnishings.
The Gate Hotel - Tokyo, Japan
Charmingly located in Asakusa, Tokyo’s oldest district, The Gate Hotel is like a breath of fresh air in the midst of the city’s most famous historic sights. Housed in a former office building that has been creatively redesigned by famous Japanese architect Shigeru Uchida, the hotel features 137 guest rooms appointed with elegant furnishings, original works of art, and jaw-dropping city views. Additional features include a fashionable French bistro-style restaurant and an utterly exclusive bar/terrace overlooking the Tokyo Skytree - world’s tallest tower.
The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto - Japan
Opened in 2014 in one of Japan’s most traditional and culturally rich cities, The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto sits on the banks of the Kamo River, offering spectacular panoramic views over the Higashiyama Mountains. The hotel’s interior design is a sublime combination of ancient Japanese style and heritage infused with contemporary luxuries and aesthetics. Outside, four spectacular gardens inspired by the city’s symbols and surroundings invite guests to contemplate the serene local lifestyle. A topnotch spa complements the resort’s selection of bars and restaurants in terms of relaxation and recreational pursuits.
One Happo Chalet - Hakuba, Japan
Located in the Olympic ski valley of Hakuba, in the Japan Alps, One Happo is a luxury rental chalet that features some of the best views of the Asian Alps. This luxurious and impressive mountain retreat faces directly the main Happo resort gondola and slopes, and features a 1,400 sq foot open plan layout designed with great attention to detail. The first ever imported into Japan glass pool table, the transparent fireplace, the infra-red heating viewing deck, the stainless steel and marble, the extravagant use of glass and the modern technology are just a few features of the chalet that perfectly combine together to create an absolutely amazing and cozy decor.
Four Seasons Hotel Marunouchi - Tokyo, Japan
Located in the heart of Tokyo’s central business, Four Seasons Marunouchi is a boutique hotel that sets the standard for individual service and personal care. With a direct connection with Tokyo Station, the hotel features open spaces and light floor-to-ceiling windows in the remarkable and luxurious rooms.