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18 Best Hotels in Tokyo for Honeymoons

Tokyo is a fascinating city to enjoy a romantic honeymoon, offering an array of cultural attractions, from centuries-old temples and artefact-filled museums to quirky robot restaurants. Couples can enjoy tranquil gardens, pampering spas and hot springs during the day, while nightfall reveals Michelin-star dining and a legendary nightlife scene.

With over 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined, we’ve created a comprehensive guide on the best hotels in Tokyo for a honeymoon, from five-star luxury abodes to budget-friendly accommodations. These romantic hotels offer an enticing mix of comfort and sophistication, including impressive city skyline views, luxurious spas and futuristic toilets. We’ve also highlighted the city’s most romantic activities nearby to treat you and your loved one.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Tokyo

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Tokyo bedroom

Offering the ultimate in luxury, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Tokyo boasts chic decor and dazzling city skyline views all the way to Mount Fuji. Its spacious guest rooms and suites include floor-to-ceiling windows, bamboo flooring and sunken tubs with a TV and electronic Toto toilet. For a separate living room, book the posh Mandarin Suite.

Dine on authentic Cantonese cuisine at Sense or marvel at the 350-year-old Japanese cypress counter at Sushi Sora. Toast with cocktails at Mandarin Sunset or soak in the infinity bath at the luxurious spa, then sign up for a lesson with a samurai master.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 533 USD – 2,774 USD
Guest Rating: 9.9
Address: 2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo, Tokyo, Japan

Shangri La Hotel Tokyo

Shangri La Hotel Tokyo bedroom

Located in the Marunouchi District, Shangri La Hotel Tokyo is adorned with lavish chandeliers, grand floral arrangements and colourful artwork. The hotel’s 200 spacious rooms and suites feature 300-thread-count cotton linens and magnificent views of downtown Tokyo. For a separate living area and access to the Horizon Club Lounge, stay in the posh Shangri-La Suite.

Couples can enjoy a Japanese scrub at the on-site spa, then indulge in spaghettoni alla carbonara with private sommelier seats at the lauded Piacere restaurant. For a romantic excursion, take a 20-minute walk to the Imperial Palace and row a boat through a moat surrounded by beautiful Sakura trees.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 519 USD – 1,731 USD
Guest Rating: 9.5
Address: Marunouchi Trust Tower Main, 1-8-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan

The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo

The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo bedroom

The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo is set within Midtown Tower, offering some of the most impressive views in Tokyo from its floor-to-ceiling windows. The Deluxe Room features an East-meets-West interior style and luxurious marble bathroom, while the luxe Modern Japanese Suite boasts traditional Tatami mats and views of Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Bay.

Dine on modern French fare at Azure, then enjoy desserts in the 53rd-floor Club Level lounge or get pampered with a Harmony Massage at ESPA spa. Take your love to new heights at Tokyo City View and Sky Deck, only 15 minutes away on foot, where you can admire the glittering skyline from its 270-metre-high rooftop observation deck.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 526 USD – 1,315 USD
Guest Rating: 9.4
Address: Tokyo Midtown 9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo, Japan

Conrad Hotel Tokyo

Conrad Hotel Tokyo bedroom

A sleek hotel with expansive views of Tokyo Bay, Conrad Hotel Tokyo boasts 290 luxury rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, king-size beds and freestanding baths. Book a facial or body treatment at the on-site Mizuki Spa or travel three kilometres to Oedo-Onsen Monogatari to explore a hot spring theme park with an outdoor foot bath, sauna room and fish spa.

Foodies shouldn’t skip the hotel’s Kazahana restaurant, which offers a traditional multi-course Japanese meal. Kick back with a drink at the stylish TwentyEight bar on the 28th floor and admire the sunset views over Tokyo or enjoy afternoon tea with scones, sandwiches and desserts.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 326 USD – 3,056 USD
Guest Rating: 9.4
Address: 1-9-1 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan

Park Hyatt Tokyo

Park Hyatt Tokyo bedroom

Made famous by the hit movie Lost in Translation, Park Hyatt Tokyo is an iconic luxury hotel in the heart of the Shinjuku district. There’s plenty to keep you busy here, from the martinis and live jazz at the 52nd floor New York Grill to the expansive spa facilities and 19-metre-long swimming pool surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows.

Find out what’s blooming at nearby Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, where you can stroll hand in hand past a Japanese Traditional garden and vibrant display of cherry blossoms. Relax after a day of sightseeing in the hotel’s Park Suite King, which features deep-soaking tubs, Egyptian cotton linens and a flat-screen TV.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 410 USD – 1,704 USD
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: 3-7-1-2 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo bedroom

Set within a 700-year-old Japanese garden, Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo boasts a tranquil atmosphere where couples can escape. You’ll find thick terry cloth bathrobes, down pillows and twice-daily housekeeping in the Aqua Garden Room, while the luxurious Japanese Suite features a cypress bath and tatami mat floors.

The hotel organises an array of activities for guests, from tea ceremonies to samurai classes, while the on-site garden offers cherry blossom trees, songbirds and waterfalls. For the ultimate in relaxation, sign up for an aroma oil massage at YU THE SPA or treat yourself to fine dining at Kinsui restaurant.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 228 USD – 721 USD
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: 2-10-8, Sekiguchi, Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi bedroom

A boutique property with only 57 rooms, Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is ideal for couples wanting an intimate ambience. Enjoy your privacy in the spacious Luxury Suite, which features a king-size bed, flat-screen TV and soaking bath. For panoramic views of Tokyo Station and bustling Marunouchi, stay in the Chairman’s Suite.

Honeymooners can relax with a traditional onsen bath at the on-site spa, then enjoy a quiet night with in-room dining or indulge in sophisticated French cuisine at Motif restaurant, which pairs well with the hotel’s Free-Flowing Champagne Package. Take a 20-minute train to Ueno Park for an afternoon picnic or pedal boat ride on Shinobazu Pond.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 476 USD – 1,388 USD
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: Marunouchi, 1-11-1 Pacific Century Place Marunouchi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan

Grand Hyatt Tokyo

Grand Hyatt Tokyo bedroom

Connected to the Roppongi Hill shopping and dining complex, Grand Hyatt Tokyo boasts award-winning accommodations. The modern hotel is home to 387 rooms and suites with Egyptian cotton linens, deep-soaking tubs and smart toilets in addition to plush bathrobes and Japanese yukatas and slippers.

You’re spoilt for choice with 10 on-site restaurants, including sushi at Roku Roku and wagyu beef at Keyakizaka restaurant. Couples can enjoy a nightcap at Madura or share delectable pastries at Fiorentina Pastry Boutique. Take a 30-minute train ride to Tokyo Dome City to enjoy its collection of amusement rides, arcades and restaurants.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 298 USD – 1,815 USD
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo bedroom

Overlooking one of the city’s greenest spaces, Shiba Koen, The Prince Park Tower Tokyo boasts everything from a boulangerie to a bowling alley. For the best skyline views, couples can stay in the Panoramic Junior Suite, while the Deluxe Twin has private balconies and the Royal Suite has a personal butler service.

Swim in the 25-metre-long heated indoor pool or refresh in the natural hot spring spa, then enjoy a cocktail in the Sky Lounge “Stellar Garden” with dazzling views of Tokyo Tower. The hotel’s seven on-site restaurants include a steakhouse, sushi restaurant and yakitori that specialises in grilled skewered chicken.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 128 USD – 1,382 USD
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 4-8-1 Shibakoen, Minato, Tokyo, Japan

Andaz Tokyo – A Concept by Hyatt

Andaz Tokyo - A Concept by Hyatt bedroom

Housed on the top floors of the 52-storey Toranomon Hills skyscraper, Andaz Tokyo – A Concept by Hyatt showcases Japanese culture throughout its 164 rooms with shoji-inspired panels, soothing hues and walnut wood vanities, while deep-soaking tubs, stocked mini bars and views over the Marunouchi district are also included.

Couples can pamper themselves with apothecary treatments at AO Spa & Club, then marvel at the Imperial Palace from the floor-to-ceiling windows at Andaz Tavern or sip on signature drinks at the Rooftop bar. You need only walk 15 minutes to Zojoji Temple to see its impressive 21-metre-high gate and historic structures dating back to 1393.

Star Rating: 5*
Price: 404 USD – 2,056 USD
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 1-23-4, Toranomon, Minato, Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Station Hotel

Tokyo Station Hotel bedroom

Housed in a 100-year-old building, Tokyo Station Hotel epitomises classic luxury with its European interiors and sumptuous rooms and suites. Newlyweds looking for romance can stay in the Maisonette Suite for a spacious living area, mezzanine and king-size bed. You’ll also have access to on-the-go concierge services from your handy mobile phone.

Indulge in an authentic sushi gourmet experience at Sushi AOYAGI, then enjoy a nightcap in Bar Oak with a signature “Tokyo Station” cocktail. Animal-loving couples can catch a five-minute train to Ueno Zoo and get up close to over 3,000 animals, including giant pandas.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: 310 USD – 2,020 USD
Guest Rating: 9.3
Address: Marunouchi 1-9-1, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan

Aman Tokyo

Aman Tokyo bedroom

Aman Tokyo is an urban sanctuary with a tranquil ambience, where ryokan-style rooms blend washi paper and stone and features king-size beds, separate living rooms and views of Mount Fuji. Snuggle with your partner in the spacious Corner Suite, where you can soak up city skyline views with drinks from your personal bar and mini wine cellar.

Unwind in the Japanese-style hot baths and steam rooms at Aman Spa or swim in the 30-metre-long pool, then enjoy Afternoon Tea high above the Imperial Palace Gardens in The Lounge. Arva serves fine Italian meals featuring grilled wagyu sirloin, while The Cafe is known for its outstanding desserts.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: 919 USD – 1,410 USD
Guest Rating: 9
Address: The Otemachi Tower, 1-5-6 Otemachi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan

Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage

Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage bedroom

Nestled in the vibrant Sumida Ward, Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage offers a great view of Tokyo Skytree, an iconic landmark in Tokyo’s skyline. Couples can stay in the Double Room for a handy mobile phone, desk, mini-fridge and flat-screen TV, while the Superior Twin Room offers extra living space.

Start your day off right with the breakfast buffet’s range of fresh seasonal vegetables, fruits, bread and desserts. Afterwards, take a five-minute walk to Tokyo Solamachi, where you can browse the 300 shops selling traditional Japanese crafts and unique snacks, or visit Sumida Aquarium to see over 10,000 sea creatures.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: 78 USD – 490 USD
Guest Rating: 9.4
Address: 1-10-3, Oshiage, Sumida, Tokyo, Japan

The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon By Hulic

The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon By Hulic balcony

Located on Asakusa, The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon By Hulic is a five-minute walk from the culturally-rich Sensoji Temple, which is Tokyo’s oldest and most colourful temple. The hotel’s Modest room comes equipped with a flat-screen TV and refrigerator, while the ultra-luxurious The Gate suite boasts a Slumberland bed, separate living room, open-view bathtub and city skyline views from floor-to-ceiling windows.

Hotelscombined visitors rave about B Bar, where you can sip on the private terrace while enjoying spectacular views of Asakusa and listening to live performances by local musicians. Set up a romantic date at the on-site restaurant, which serves Western-style cuisine alongside gorgeous views of Tokyo Skytree.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: 68 USD – 618 USD
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 2-16-11 Kaminarimon, Taito, Tokyo, Japan

Hotel The Celestine Ginza

Hotel The Celestine Ginza bedroom

Designed to be a “home away from home”, Hotel The Celestine Ginza is known for its personalised hospitality. Couples can enjoy the spacious living room in the Celestine Deluxe, which also boasts a flat-screen TV, skin care products and free morning newspaper service.

Looking for a unique day excursion? Sign up for the hotel’s collaboration with Mitsukoshi Ginza Store less than a 10 minute walk away, where you can get a shopping attendant, enjoy a Match Tea Experience and try on Japanese wedding attire. Wrap up your day with drinks in the lounge area of the on-site Restaurant Casita, which has views of Ginza.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: 186 USD – 431 USD
Guest Rating: No Rating
Address: Ginza 8-4-22, Chuo, Tokyo, Japan

Hiyori Hotel Maihama

Hiyori Hotel Maihama bedroom

Only three kilometres from Tokyo DisneySea, Hiyori Hotel Maihama is in a premier location for theme park enthusiasts. Spend the day riding thrilling roller coasters, then relax in the hotel’s Deluxe Double Room with its high-quality tatami mat, foot massager, mist shower and flat-screen TV.

Newlyweds can purchase the Couples Package, which includes complimentary chocolate and champagne. All guests can enjoy a fruit-filled breakfast buffet and sweets made by the chef. The hotel is just a 10-minute drive from Kasai Rinkai Park, where you can stretch your legs at the sprawling waterfront green space along the scenic trails.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: 60 USD – 348 USD
Guest Rating: 9.3
Address: Higashino 2-25-8, Urayasu, Japan

Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International

Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International bedroom

Perfect for budget-conscious travellers, Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International boasts 18 different room types catering to all budgets. The Standard Double Room features a refrigerator, flat-screen TV and feather pillows, while the Corner Twin Room has a desk, vanity and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Tokyo’s Taito district.

The hotel offers you a handy smartphone so you can access the 24-hour concierge, make phone calls and browse a map app to discover attractions nearby. Fuel up at the all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet every morning before venturing out and admiring the five-storey pagoda at Sensoji Temple, just 300 metres from the hotel.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: 66 USD – 434 USD
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: 2-6-7 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo, Japan

Hotel Bellclassic Tokyo

Hotel Bellclassic Tokyo bedroom

Located in the Taito district just six kilometres from the city centre, Hotel Bellclassic Tokyo boasts 151 rooms with climate control, a private safe, writing desk and flat-screen TV. There’s also an electric kettle and fridge available for self-catering.

Work up a sweat in the on-site fitness centre, then indulge in a traditional Japanese meal at the 24-hour restaurant. Take a five-minute train ride to Rikugien Gardens, where you can stroll through Tokyo’s most beautiful landscape garden and admire its colourful changing foliage.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: 59 USD – 200 USD
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 3-33-6 Minami Otsuka, Toshima, Tokyo, Japan

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Romantic Honeymoon Meets Cultural Adventure in Tokyo

Tokyo’s vibrant atmosphere mixed with luxurious hotels offers the perfect setting for a memorable honeymoon destination, where you can stroll through colourful gardens, visit historic temples and ride thrilling roller coasters. This bustling city requires some much-needed downtime. Fortunately, the most popular romantic hotels typically offer city skyline views, on-site restaurants and spas and cosy rooms where you and your loved one can rest and recharge for another day of adventure.

Which romantic hotel do you want to stay at for your honeymoon? Let us know in the comments below.

Author: Charity De Souza

Born and raised in Orlando, Florida, I have been travelling with my battered backpack full-time for over a decade. My favourite travel memories include skydiving in Switzerland, wine tasting in Portugal, road tripping through Iceland, snorkelling in Indonesia and watching a sunset in the Sahara Desert.

Charity De Souza
Born and raised in Orlando, Florida, I have been travelling with my battered backpack full-time for over a decade. My favourite travel memories include skydiving in Switzerland, wine tasting in Portugal, road tripping through Iceland, snorkelling in Indonesia and watching a sunset in the Sahara Desert.
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