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Tokyo Staycation: 13 Incredible Deals At 5 Star Hotels

Find your perfect getaway – Unplug and Unwind

Are you itching for some respite from Tokyo’s day to day grind? Are you experiencing epidemic fatigue? Who isn’t! While getting out of Tokyo or Japan might not be a valid option at the moment, who is to say you can’t be a tourist in Tokyo.

The hotel and tourism industry has been hit hard because of the COVID 19 epidemic. And to boost sales, Tokyo’s most luxurious hotels are offering unprecedented discounts and Staycation packages for local guests. 

So unplug, unwind, and rediscover the magic of Japanese hospitality that makes millions fall in love with Tokyo with our curated list of 5-star hotels offering Staycation deals. 

1. Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

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One of the most iconic and well-positioned brands of Tokyo, “The Mandarin Oriental,” offers three staycation packages. 

The “Staycation by MO” starts from 64,999 Yen per night inclusive of breakfast, early check-in from noon, late-check-in by 2 pm, a credit of 10,000 Yen per room, or 15,000 Yen per suite and a range of cooking and beverage lessons. Offers valid till March 31st, 2021.

The “Nihonbashi Staycation” package starts at 44,200 Yen per night, offers a 15% discount on restaurants except for the 3-Michelin-star Sushi Shin by Miyakawa restaurant, and 24-hours flexible check-in/check-out benefits. Valid till December 30th, 2020.

“Families by MO” is the ultimate family package which offers a second room at half the price. It also includes three complimentary meals for kids below 12 years, a kid’s in-room dining menu, children’s amenities, and local age-appropriate tailor-made activity guides. This offer starts at 61,000 Yen, valid year-round based on availability.

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2. Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

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Nothing spells luxury retreat quite like the Four Seasons located right in the heart of the city. The hotel offers a “Family Getaway” plan, including a 15% discount on room rates and a 20% discount on breakfast, dinner, and spa treatments for a minimum 2-night stay priced at 98,000 Yen.

Also, the Four Season’s award-winning app offers us the flexibility to make and manage – room service orders, laundry pickups, restaurant reservations, and other tasks to avoid close contact during the stay.

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3. Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo

Shangri La Hotel Tokyo

“Summer Escape 2020 with Shaved Ice” is the staycation package by Shangri-La, where on arrival, you get to cool off with a melon-flavored Kakigori.

The package starting at 59,000 Yen per night also includes Breakfast at Piacere or The Lobby Lounge, summer deals from the bar and restaurant, unlimited access to the health club, and swimming pool. Offer valid until September 30th.

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5. Grand Hyatt Tokyo, Roppongi

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Urban city dwellers love this property for its central location in Roppongi and its fantastic hospitality. The caring summer stay package by Grand Hyatt starts at 65,000 Yen per night includes a 10,000 Yen food and beverage credit, which can be used at any of the hotels’ 10 restaurants, mini bar or room service.

Moreover, as the package name suggests, a portion of the price is donated to the caregiving healthcare professionals in Tokyo – an excellent way to be vacationing while giving back to the community.

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6. Hilton Tokyo, Odaiba

This popular Odaiba hotel is ideal for a short family staycation, where you are in Tokyo but still remote enough for an inner-city island retreat vibe. As a location, Odaiba offers excellent views of Tokyo’s Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Bay, and has numerous entertainment haunts for the kids and adults. 

Hilton Tokyo, Odaiba offers rooms starting 16,610 Yen as its summer sale offer with various options such as room rate discounts, add-ons like breakfast, swimming pool access, dining credit, etc. One of the hot sellers being the group plan for family and friends – “book one room, get another free.”

7. ANA Intercontinental, Tokyo, Akasaka

For a luxury pool experience, try the ANA Intercontinental’s “Summer Pool Package” starting from Yen 27,550 per night.

The open-air swimming pool is available for free and comes with a glass of Mumm Grand Cordon Brut Champagne.

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8. The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Akasaka

Enjoy a luxe spa getaway within Tokyo with some of the best Tokyo Tower views, a French Michelin-star restaurant “Azure 45” and a bar where you can order the “The Diamonds are Forever Martini” – a cocktail garnished with a one-carat-diamond.

The Ritz-Carlton staycation plan starts from 56,000 Yen, including a 10,000 Yen hotel credit and daily breakfast for two. Valid until December 31st, 2020.

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9. Andaz Tokyo, Toranomom Hills

Set on a 52-story skyscraper – The spacious rooms enjoy a majestic view of the Tokyo Tower. The rooftop bar with a touch of the contemporary Japanese décoris perfect for a glass of bubbly this summer.

Their “Summer Escape” campaign starting at 46,000 Yen per night offers free breakfast, canape, and wine at the Andaz lounge, free parking, access to the swimming pool, the fitness center and a credit offer of 10,000 Yen of room service or a Spa treatment or a 4-course meal for two at The Tavern – Grill & Lounge.

They also have an exclusive “Rooftop Picnic Plan” starting at 52,000 Yen, which includes a gourmet picnic at the rooftop terrace for 2, in-room breakfast for two or at The Tavern – Grill & Lounge and parking. 

Both plans are valid until September 30th.

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10. Park Hyatt Tokyo

Take refuge this summer at this 5-star upscale luxury hotel in Shinjuku, best known from being featured in the Oscar-winning movie “Lost in Translation.” 

The dynamic range of restaurants and bars at this hotel range from the sophisticated Japanese restaurant “Kozue” to “The Peak Bar” wrapped around with glass windows overlooking Tokyo skies, to the Michelin Guide’s winning restaurant “New York grill” on the 52nd Floor.

The “A Warm Welcome Awaits” staycation deal offers up to 20% off the day’s rate and free breakfast.

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11. Aman Hotel, Otemachi

This sleek minimalistic urban hotel with probably the best views of Mount Fuji is unmatched for its design in the city, creating a perfect balance of serenity and style. Aman offers a wide range of highly detailed staycation packages from your own Omakase private dinner in your suite by chef Mushasi to a two-night kids summer camp or a two-night mind and body rejuvenation plan – price to be offered by inquiry.

The room only rate is starting at 90,000 Yen per night, and with breakfast, the rates start from 96,000 Yen per night.

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12. Hoshinoya Tokyo

Old world charm meets 20th century Tokyo; the Hoshinoyo looks like the real deal offering a Ryokan experience with natural hot springs and genuine Japanese hospitality. The summer package – “Tokyo Summer nights 2020” thrives on bringing all the quintessential Japanese traditional indoors – a Yukata wearing experience and a walk down a night market in the hotel where guests can soak in the Edo culture valid until the August 31st starting from 84,000 Yen per night.

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13. The Ritz Carlton, Nikko (Tochigi prefecture)

Situated in the northern Kanta region, this lush retreat overlooking lake Chuzenji and Mount Natai is the much-needed escape in nature.

Feel calmer with the “Rejuvenate You” package, which offers a one-night stay, breakfast, and a 60 minutes relaxation massage starting from 86,000 Yen per night.

The “Kaiseki Dining Experience” includes a one-night stay, breakfast, and traditional Kaiseki dinner from 81,000 Yen per night.

And the “Tokyo Staycation Package” starting at 70,000 Yen, includes daily breakfast, one night stay, and a 10,000 Yen hotel credit.

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Do you know of a Tokyo Staycation package we missed? Let us know in the comments!

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