Hoshinoya Tokyo

Otemachi
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Shrouded by a metal-latticed kimono-patterned exterior, Hoshinoya, a Japanese brand with five resorts, adds diversity to the hotel scene with this luxury ryokan opened in July 2016, which Tokyo is mostly without. It’s in its own 17-story building with 84 rooms. There are guest lounges on every floor and the top floor actually has a hot spring. (Rooms, from $780)

Hoshinoya Tokyo
1-9-1 OtemachiTokyo, Japan
81-50/3786-1144

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