There are a lot of hotels in Tokyo where you can view famous tourist spots such as Tokyo Tower and TOKYO SKYTREE(R). Let me introduce 5 of such hotels where the views are particularly great.
Command a panoramic view of Tokyo Bay
Hilton Tokyo Odaiba is at the waterfront of Odaiba. From its main lobby, lounge, restaurant, spa and guestrooms, you can overlook Tokyo Tower, Rainbow Bridge, TOKYO SKYTREE(R). You can see the beautiful night view of Tokyo Bay while enjoying meals or taking a jet bath spa. It is wonderful!
Seeing Tokyo Tower from various angles
The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is located at 3-minute walk from Tokyo Tower. You can see Tokyo Tower from its lobby, lounge, restaurant, and some of the guestrooms. Sky Lounge Stella Garden, a bar lounge on the top 33rd floor, is especially popular. While watching Tokyo Tower and the night view of Tokyo, you can enjoy cocktails made by a bartender who won a prize in the world cocktail contest.
Harmony of Sensoji Temple and TOKYO SKYTREE(R)
Asakusa View Hotel is very close to Sensoji Temple. From some rooms, you can see TOKYO SKYTREE(R) and Sensoji Temple together, enjoying the view of the unique downtown. From Musashi, the sky grill buffet on the 26th floor, you can see TOKYO SKYTREE(R) while eating your breakfast, which is superb! From the guestrooms on the city view side, you can see Tokyo Tower and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building in the distance, and probably Mt. Fuji if the weather is nice.
Perfect starting point of the sightseeing of Tokyo
Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage just opened in December, 2015. It is in front of TOKYO SKYTREE(R), so you can have a whole view of it just after you go out of the hotel. It is convenient for dining and shopping in the neighborhood, so you can enjoy sightseeing without worrying about time.
Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage リッチモンドホテルプレミア東京押上
- Address 1-10-3, Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 131-0045, Japan
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