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TOKYO LUXURY HOLIDAYS

Japan’s capital city has long been a top destination for business trips. Yet, as Japanese culture becomes more mainstream in the UK, it’s fast becoming more popular for luxury holidays as well. The city has some incredibly impressive buildings, showing the best of Japanese architecture, and has many top gourmet and Michelin starred restaurants that you won’t want to miss. Here are a few top tips for anyone planning a luxury holiday in Tokyo:

Where to Stay:

Tokyo’s most impressive buildings aren’t all historic temples. There are also modern hotels that are perfect for a honeymoon, a luxury family holiday or a city shopping break. Tokyo’s boutique and five star hotels aren’t just for the city’s many business travellers, they’re also ideal for leisure stays.

Some hotels are authentic Japanese buildings, and others are modern luxury properties the likes of which you’d see in the richest parts of America with marble balconies, sumptuous suites and on-site spas and restaurants. Consider the Four Seasons at Chinzan-So for a touch of elegance, or the Hotel Seiyo Ginza where features include an optional butler, available 24 hours a day.

What to Do:

On holiday in Tokyo, be sure to take time to enjoy some shopping. The city’s Harajuku district is home to top fashion stores and is a favourite with locals as well as visitors. The Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is perfect for a stroll with a loved one, whilst Tokyo’s many extravagant shrines and temples allow an insight into the history and religion of the area.

Flights to Tokyo:

If you’re considering a holiday, why not call now? Speak to an Experfly consultant who will be happy to save you time and money by finding the best prices for luxury hotels & flights to Tokyo.

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