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Featured Tokyo Hotels


InterContinental - ANA Tokyo

City Center, 1.6 mi


1-12-33 Akasaka


Tokyo, 107-0052


400 886 2255

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InterContinental Hotels Tokyo Bay

City Center, 2.38 mi


1-16-2 Kaigan


Tokyo, 105-8576


400 886 2255

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26-32/F Shinagawa East One Tower

2-16-1 Konan

Tokyo, 108-8282


400 886 2255

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1-1-1 Minatomirai


Yokohama, 220-8522


400 886 2255

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Introduction to Tokyo
Tokyo is one of the world’s great megacities, a historic and futuristic metropolis sprawling inland from the Pacific Ocean and across the Kanto Plain. Neon-lit skyscrapers, tranquil Zen gardens, theme parks and Shinto shrines provide endless mystery and variety.

Japanese Yen (JPY)

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Warm, temperate and rainy. Jul–Sep average 26C; Dec–Feb average 6C; highest rainfall Jun & Sep

Shinto and Buddhism

Getting around:
subway; waterbus; train; metered taxi

From Narita International Airport
: taxi to central Tokyo approx 60 minutes (75km); rail approx 50 minutes

Top things to see & do

Disney characters, baseball and Buddhist temples

  • Tokyo Skytree – visit the observation deck of the 634m-high tower for 360° city views
  • Sensō-ji Temple – explore the ancient, incense-filled Buddhist temple and its five-storey pagoda
  • Tokyo Imperial Palace – tour the immaculate grounds of the former Edo Castle
  • Tokyo National Museum – see huge collections of Japanese art, Buddhist statues and archaeological treasures
  • Shinjuku Gyoen – wander meandering paths in this huge park with landscaped gardens and springtime cherry blossoms
  • Meiji Jingu Stadium – join umbrella-waving fans of the Swallows baseball team at this buzzing sporting arena
  • Tokyo Disney Resort – meet Mickey, ride a mountain train and watch a nighttime parade at the immense theme park

Where to shop

Tempura trays, vintage clothes and traditional crafts

  • Chuo-dori – street in Ginza, near to Intercontinental The Strings Tokyo, with designer boutiques and luxury brands
  • Kappabashi – area specialising in kitchen supplies, including chopsticks, tempura trays and chef’s knives
  • Akihabara – dubbed ‘Electric Town’, an area known for its many electronic stores
  • Shimokitazawa – lively neighbourhood with vintage clothes stores that attract hip young shoppers
  • Nakamise-dori – traditional shops near Sensō-ji temple with Japanese lacquerware and pottery

What to eat

Classic sushi and hearty chakonabe

  • Teppanyaki – meat or fish cooked on a hot iron griddle at Teppanyaki Takumi in the InterContinental Tokyo Bay
  • Edomae tempura – seafood dipped in batter and fried in sesame oil
  • Sushi and sashimi – a Japanese classic, as served in the Akasaka district and the minimalist Sushi Kenzan at ANA InterContinental Tokyo
  • Chakonabe – a hearty stew of fish or chicken, popular with sumo wrestlers

Special events in Tokyo

Anime and cherry blossom celebrations

  • Cherry blossoms (Mar-Apr) – city-wide Hanami festivals celebrating the blooms of these delicate pink flowers
  • Tokyo International Film Festival (Oct-Nov) – new Japanese and Asian films at city-wide venues
  • AnimeJapan (Mar) – parades, talks and activities celebrating the anime world
  • Kanda Matsuri (May) – huge parade of portable shrines around the Kanda Myojin Shrine
  • Ikegami Honmonji Oeshiki (Oct) – annual memorial marking the death of Nichiren, an iconic Buddhist figure

Latest Tokyo Hotel Reviews

Convenient location
By RickyRoss
Convenient location which is its main selling point, room size etc are a bit small especially for an intercontinental [Less]
Very comfortable and great service
By Sayed
I really enjoyed my stay in the hotel. I recommend it to stay in and for sure I'd come again to stay in it; not only for the excellent service, but also because the hotel is very close to a central [More] metro and train station. [Less]
Hotel that lives up to its name
By Edge91
Intercontinental has been my absolute favorite during my countless trips across Asia. It was my first time staying at Intercontinental in Japan, and I can’t express how impressed I was with the [More] sheer quality of the place and staff (with an exception of one waiter who seemed VERY begrudging to wait our table). Rooms are extremely well maintained, high-tech, and cozy. My interactions with the hotel staff are unparalleled. Unless I were consciously set out to find flaws (and even then), I can’t praise this hotel enough. [Less]
Great Hotel
By MattT
We had and enjoyable stay at IC Yokohama in August. The hotel is very neat and staff friendly and professional. The location is good for transport and a few sights within shopping precinct and close [More] to cruise ship pier. [Less]
One night in Yokohama
By Mon831
Excellent location, and the staff were very friendly and efficient. I requested for a change of bed for a king-size and it was arranged without any trouble. Our view from our room was overlooking [More] Yokohama bay and was very relaxing. The hotel is very close to popular attractions. I wish I had more time to explore. [Less]
Nice room with the beautiful view of Yokohama port
By Hiro0102
I enjoyed my stay in this hotel very much this time. As a Spire Ambassador member, I was truly welcomed by the bellman and the receptionist. Those amenities are already provided in my room so I could [More] sleep very comfortably. Even I had to checked out the hotel and head for the nearby metro station, one of female receptionists had guided me to show me the way to the metro station at Lucky enough I could take the metro and had transferred at Yokohama station for the airport express train to Haneda airport, I appreciate her kindness. I definitely come back to stay in this hotel again. However, even I had my status of Spire Ambassador was not reflected to the guest review to the general manager of this hotel. I still have not received the reply. I do not know why? [Less]
Luxury - excellent view from the 32th floor!
By muris
Nice big rooms, excellent service! Modern - cool bathroom with transparent walls that went intransparent when you walked in. We had an excellent view to Tokyo tower from the 32th floor.. [Less]
Right in the middle of Tokyo
By Kepler12
Great access to train system. Clean and comfortable stay with friendly staff [Less]
great place to stay
By Daniel
Great place but a bit far from metro subway and popular locations. [Less]

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