Hotels & Resorts

World’s Best Awards 2021: Top 10 Tokyo Hotels

Park Hyatt and Aman continue to capture readers' imaginations. Here's who else made the list of top Tokyo hotels in 2021.

Park Hyatt Tokyo. Courtesy of Hyatt

Sep 9, 2021

‘LOST IN TRANSLATION’ proves that it continues to linger in readers’ hearts and minds, with the iconic five-star of its setting taking the No. 1 spot. The top Tokyo hotels list is actually full of romantic, skyscraping, luxury darlings that are both international heavy-hitters and hometown favorites. Cannot wait to get back to Tokyo!

1. Park Hyatt

Travelers staying in this hotel, which occupies the highest 14 floors of a 52-story Shinjuku skyscraper, are treated to dramatic city views.

Score: 96.00

2. Aman

Score: 95.03

3. The Ritz-Carlton

Score: 93.65

4. Palace Hotel

Score: 93.50

5. Conrad

Score: 92.59

6. Mandarin Oriental

Score: 91.62

7. Grand Hyatt

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Score: 91.04

8. Imperial Hotel

Score: 89.56

9. Hilton

Score: 88.00

10. ANA InterContinental

Score: 87.14

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