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Advice on high end Tokyo hotel location

alemon | Feb 5, 201711:52 AM     22

Hi All,

I've been researching an upcoming trip to Japan extensively on this site and I am very thankful for all of the great information. I'll be visiting tokyo with my wife end of april and plan to spend 3 nights in tokyo prior to visiting kyoto and one night in tokyo after visiting kyoto. I was thinking to stay at 2 different hotels in tokyo, one for the front of the trip and another for the last night in tokyo.

Budget isnt really an issue. Priority is on quality/value/service and location.

I'm thinking perhaps Park Hyatt Tokyo and Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills? Both hotels get excellent reviews but I'd be quite interested to hear any knowledgable insights on these two hotels in terms of location for access to interesting food options. I dont mind traveling in the city and actually enjoy being out and about but being in a great location for food and things to do is always a plus.

Where would you choose to stay and which would you choose for the initial 3 nights and which for the last single night?

Many thanks!! I'll be sure to post a trip report when I return so if anyone has any places that they would like to learn more about i'd be happy to scout it out.

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