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.

As you leave the cities, the accommodation quickly turns quirkier and more traditional, with a great emphasis on the ryokan, which we recommend you spend one night in during your tour. A ryokan is a traditional Japanese inn, steeped full of history and tradition, and a stay in one is an experience in itself. Ryokans can range from basic, homely guest houses to sophisticated, state of the art establishments, and that’s why it’s imperative you choose the right one to suit your needs. Aside from the city hotel and ryokans, there’s luxury ‘glamping’ you can enjoy with uninterrupted views over Mount Fuji, there’s an uber luxurious cruise you can take around the Seto Island Sea, ski chalets to enjoy some’s of the world’s best powder skiing, and much more.

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Japan Hotel Ideas

Our specialists have traveled every inch of Japan and stayed in countless hotels so that we can recommend only the very best ones to match your preferences. Whether you want to stay at the hottest property in the area or are looking for somewhere with rustic charm, our handpicked selection of hotels has every angle covered.


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