Enjoy intimate and unique experiences at these boutique properties
Wonderful facility, beautiful room, great view! The only complaint is that my son was not allowed to use the pool due to being under 18
I love this hotel and it's my second time staying here. The room looks new and clean all the time, and it's conveniently located at the heart of Ginza; near to shopping centres and it's very near to Higashi Ginza station and Ginza station. More importantly, the staff are always so friendly and helpful ...
The staff went overboard to be helpful. I cannot imagine a better experience.
First class in every way, this hotel showcases Japan's customer service at it's best. Every encounter with each staff member at this hotel was professional, courteous, efficient and productive. From the hotel staff anticipating my needs before me asking, to the thoughtful gifts that both my children ...
Fantastic food and service. Great rooms and amenities.
Nice hotel close to department store & train station!
The location is amazing (short walk from both stations, sensoji temple, and mart on the first floor is a big plus) Unfortunately, all the non-smoking rooms were fully booked so I had to stay in a smoking room. Although it was a smoking room, the smell was not too strong and the room was kept really ...
Great service from the concierge team, especially on the restaurant recommendation and booking, escort service from JR platform. The hotel itself is an elegant living heritage.
Loved coming back to the hotel room with a clean room! And everything put back in place
Searching for a unique accommodation when you visit Tokyo? A boutique hotel may fit the bill if you enjoy smaller hotels with quality service and good atmosphere. Pick from 43 boutique-style accommodations in Tokyo to find a property that characterizes the local flavor of this destination.
Travelers say they like these boutique hotels in Tokyo:
The Tokyo Station Hotel: 4.5-star hotel with 150 guestrooms. Enjoy the 6 restaurants, spa services, and health club. Popular with our guests for its central location and quiet rooms.
Shinjuku Granbell Hotel: 4-star hotel with 485 guestrooms. This property offers a restaurant, a bar, and a rooftop terrace. Expedia travelers like its room service and close public transit.
Hotel Monterey Ginza: 3.5-star hotel with 224 guestrooms. Take advantage of this property's restaurant, in-room massages, and free WiFi. Our guests enjoy the comfortable rooms and close public transit.
Roppongi Hotel S: 3.5-star hotel with 47 guestrooms. Provides guests with a restaurant, a bar, and free WiFi. Reviews say the central location and breakfast are noteworthy.
ONE @ Tokyo: 3-star hotel with 142 guestrooms. Guests can enjoy amenities such as a restaurant, a bar, and a rooftop terrace. Expedia travelers like the comfortable rooms and attentive staff.
Once you've decided where to stay in lively Tokyo, plan what to do for fun on your vacation. Visitors speak positively about this destination's major shopping centers, temples, and top museums.Tokyo is also well liked for its:
Major sights and activities around Tokyo include Tokyo Imperial Palace, Tokyo Tower, and Meiji Jingu Shrine. You might also want to see noteworthy spots like Sensoji Temple, Tokyo Sky Tree, and Disneyland® Tokyo during your trip.
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The nearest major airport is in Tokyo (HND-Haneda), which is located 8.8 mi (14.1 km) from the heart of the city, but Tokyo (NRT-Narita Intl.) may also be an option. You can take advantage of metro transit at Hibiya Station, Yurakucho Station, and Ginza-Itchome Station. If you want to journey outside of the city, hop aboard a train from Tokyo Yurakucho Station, Tokyo Station, or Tokyo Shimbashi Station.