Hotels in Japan
One of the best things about Japan’s accommodation options is the diversity of what’s on offer. The big cities are awash with glamourous, modern, Western-style hotels to suit every need. The options in Tokyo are particularly impressive and Scott Dunn has crafted an amazing portfolio here. Be it an Aman, Mandarin Oriental or Park Hyatt, you can guarantee that the service will be immaculate, and they all boast views over the endless, beaming concrete jungle.
Gora Kadan is one of Japan's most luxurious and chic Ryokans located in the Hakone National Park. It is a great base for exploring the local 'onsen' or hot springs and the surrounding Hakone area.
The newly renovated and reopened iconic Palace Hotel is contemporary in style and in one of the most desirable locations in Tokyo. With outdoor terraces, balconies and incredible views it is a great addition to Tokyo's collection of luxury properties.
The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto
The property has an excellent location on the Kamogawa River, close to Kyoto’s downtown areas including Gion and Kawaramachi-dori and is one of the city's most desired abodes. Guest rooms offer stunning views of the river and the Higashiyama Mountains.
Aya Niseko is a ski-in ski-out hotel offering luxury apartments, residences and penthouses on the slopes of Grand Hirafu Resort. It features a kids club for little ones and incredible views to enjoy as you soak in the traditional hot spring onsens.
The 84-room Aman Tokyo is located just a hop, skip and a jump from Tokyo Station and occupies the top six floors of the Oternachi Tower. With traditional chic Aman style, you will find an urban sanctuary in the heart of buzzing Tokyo.
Ise Peninsula, Japan
Amanemu provides the ultimate luxury retreat in the heart of the Ise Shima National Park. Based on the ryokan tradition, Amanemu will offer its guests a unique sanctuary with stunning views over the Ago Bay.
Lake Kawaguchi (Mount Fuji), Japan
Perched next to Lake Kawaguchi at the base of Mt Fuji, Hoshinoya Fuji is Japan's most breathtaking 'glamping' experience. This wonderful escape sits deep in a red pine forests and on a clear day the views of Mt Fuji are spectacular.
Mandarin Oriental Tokyo
The Mandarin Oriental is a chic hotel located in a commanding position high above the busy metropolis of Tokyo, giving unparalleled views. It is just a short distance from the exclusive Ginza shopping area and the Imperial Palace Gardens.
Nakasendo Walking Trail
Step back in time as you make your way along the Nakasendo Way, a network of ancient highways used by people travelling from Kyoto to Tokyo. Along the four day walk you will trek along village paths and forested trails getting a unique taste of Japan.
Offering commanding views of the city and Imperial Palace Gardens, The Peninsula is an icon on the Tokyo cityscape. Luxurious comfort, sophisticated facilities and the legendary Peninsula service make this one of the most exclusive properties in Tokyo.
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