Scale of 90-100
Billed as the only true onsen ryokan in central Tokyo, this property occupies a 17-floor high-rise in the financial district. To maintain a feeling of serenity in a larger hotel, the 84 rooms are divided into groups of six, with each floor functioning as a self-contained ryokan with lounges offering tea and confections throughout the day. Rooms are decorated in a Japanese minimalist style with tatami-lined floors, low Western-style beds, hidden televisions and baths with deep soaking tubs and TOTO washlet toilets. Views are modest but accented by shoji paper screens and a decorative steel lattice veiling that covers the outside of the building. The well-regarded restaurant serves French-inspired kaiseki cuisine. After a long day out exploring Tokyo, soaking in the hot-spring waters of the rooftop onsen is ideal. Spa treatments and river cruises can be arranged.
Read the full review from our editors.
Serene atmosphere; seamless design; soothing onsen waters.
Those looking for spectacular Tokyo views from their room will be disappointed.
Good to Know
The hotel restaurant serves well-regarded French-inspired kaiseki cuisine; unlimited complimentary snacks and beverages are also available in the common area of each floor.
Hoshinoya Tokyo Features:
- Hot tub
- Meal plan offered
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Sakura for two, $680; Editor’s Choice: Yuri for two, $750.
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