Hotels & Resorts

World’s Best Awards 2022: Top Hotels in Tokyo

The best hotels in Tokyo, according to Travel + Leisure readers, are hospitality stalwarts that connect luxury travelers to Japanese food and culture.

Grand Hyatt Tokyo Exterior

Grand Hyatt Tokyo Exterior. Courtesy of Grand Hyatt

By Travel+Leisure Editor

Jul 13, 2022

Tokyo is a city of welcome contradictions: sparkling skyscrapers next to tranquil, Zen-like gardens; centuries-old temples coexisting with only-in-Japan technologies. These contrasts can also be found in the city’s many hotels, from beloved brands to lesser-known, historic ryokan. And this year, Travel + Leisure readers showed a special appreciation for Tokyo’s luxury chain properties.

Every year for the World’s Best Awards survey, Travel + Leisure asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globe — to share their opinions on the top hotels, resorts, cities, islands, cruise ships, spas, airlines, and more. Readers rated hotel brands on their locations, rooms/facilities, food, service, and overall value.

Below, the full list of top hotels in Tokyo, according to T+L readers.


1. Grand Hyatt Tokyo

Suite Living Room at Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Suite Living Room at Grand Hyatt Tokyo. Courtesy of Grand Hyatt

This Roppongi district stalwart is ideally situated for the cherry-blossom season: Mohri Garden is a five-minute walk away.

Score: 94.50

2. Conrad Tokyo

Bay View Suite, Conrad Tokyo
Bay View Suite. Courtesy of Conrad Tokyo

Score: 91.90

3. ANA InterContinental Tokyo

ANA InterContinental Tokyo
Courtesy of ANA InterContinental Tokyo

Score: 86.89

4. Aman Tokyo

Lobby Lounge, Aman Tokyo
Lobby Lounge. Courtesy of Aman Tokyo

Score:: 85.22

5. Hilton Tokyo

Grand Room, Hilton Tokyo
Grand Room. Courtesy of Hilton Tokyo

Score: 84.27

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