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There are so many things to do in Tokyo that a day spent running around the city can be absolutely exhausting. Shouldn’t you find a hotel that serves as a place to relax at the end of the day?

Finding the Best Spa Hotels in Tokyo

In preparation for my upcoming trip, I thought I would do some research on the best spa hotels in the city. Though it’s not usually something I look into, Japan is well known for its great spa treatments and its focus on wellness, so here are the best hotels I found where you can unwind at the end of a day with traditional Japanese treatments.

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Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

The Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi is in the chic, upscale Ginza neighborhood of Tokyo. If you want a hotel with a full-service spa, bar, and lounge that offers easy access to central train stations and a great shopping area, stay at the Four Seasons.

Conrad Tokyo

This modern high-rise Conrad Tokyo hotel includes the Mizuki Spa & Fitness Center, which looks out through glass panels onto the lights of Tokyo. Relax by visiting the dry and steam sauna, whirlpool, or the Hinoki bathtub made from Japanese cypress. It’s also within walking distance of the Hama Rikyu Gardens for further relaxation in the gardens or adjoining teahouse.

Hotel Nikko Tokyo

Stay at the Hotel Nikko Tokyo to experience luxury treatment in Odaiba. Get traditional Japanese body treatments, massages, and facials in the spa. This is also one of the closest spa hotels to Tokyo Tower.

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo Hotel

If you want to stay in a hotel that lets you get away from the chaos and traffic of Tokyo streets, stay at The Prince Park Tower Tokyo Hotel. Not only do they have one of the best and most relatively inexpensive spas in the city, the hotel also has great views of Ginza and is right next to Shiba Park and a Buddhist Temple.

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Hotel Coco Grand Ueno Shinebazu

This boutique hotel in Ueno has a traditional Japanese public bath on the second floor and small spa items and touches in each of its 58 rooms. Stay at the Hotel Coco Grand Ueno Shinebazu, and you will have a relaxing place to come home to after a day spent in the nearby Sensoji Temple and Kyu Iwasaki-tei Gardens.

Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa

For Tokyo travelers with families or those who arrive on business, the Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa provides great service, comfortable rooms, and a relaxing sauna along with two swimming pools. In addition to being one of the best Tokyo spa hotels, it has a business center and is quite family-friendly.  Grand Prince HOtel New Takanawa is close to a lot of sites such as gardens, temples, and art museums.

Grand Pacific Le Daiba Hotel

The Grand Pacific Le Daiba has a wonderful spa as well as a stunning Sky Lounge with great views on the 30th floor. If you are a foodie, check out this hotel to experience some delicious Japanese cuisine in addition to relaxing spa treatments. Check out Oshima, taste the sushi at Kanroku, or sample teppanyaki at Hamayu.