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1 Tokyo Disneyland Hotel

Tokyo, 4.5 stars

The closest hotel to the entrance of Tokyo Disneyland, guests can continue to enjoy the Disney atmosphere even after the park is closed. Tokyo Disneyland Hotel features 706 rooms filled with Disney magic. Each one features designs inspired by Mickey Mouse and other beloved Disney characters. Spoil your little ones at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, the on-site beauty salon full of shimmering Disney dresses, elegantly coiffed hair and picture-perfect makeup. A highlight for many of those who have been transformed into royalty is the Magic Memories photo portraits, where your little princess can have her happy memories immortalised in a custom portrait.


2 Hoshino Resorts RISONARE Tomamu

Hokkaido, 4.5 stars

3 Conrad Tokyo

Tokyo, 5 stars

Hoshino Resorts TOMAMU is the perfect place for a family snow holiday in Hokkaido and this luxury tower is the perfect place to stay. The all-suite hotel features rooms starting at 100 square metres, each with a sauna and Jacuzzi for soaking up the resort’s magical mountain views. Renowned for its high-quality powder and 30 ski runs of varying difficulty, skiers and snowboarders of all levels are catered for at Hoshino Resorts TOMAMU. Not only are there skiing and snowboarding facilities, but sensational family experiences including indoor Mina- Mina Beach, heated to 30 degrees Celsius or more year round, and the glistening, frozen Ice Village.

With 290 five-star guest rooms dedicated to luxurious comfort in the heart of the capital, Conrad Tokyo is the perfect place for families who want to explore everything Japan’s dazzling metropolis has to offer. From a bike ride down the tranquil lanes of Yanaka to an exciting tour of the world’s busiest crossing in Shibuya, a stay at this hotel ensures easy access to all the best sights. Make sure you leave some time to explore the hotel itself, however, as the indoor pool is not one to miss. With family services such as babysitting available on request, slip away for a quiet pamper session at the Mizuki Spa and find some peace in the hustle and bustle of the Japanese city that never sleeps.


4 Tokyo Prince Hotel

Tokyo, 4 stars

5 The Westin Rusutsu Resort

Rusutsu, 4 stars

Serene and relaxing, this prince of a Tokyo hotel is an oasis in the heart of the city. Landscaped gardens that change with the seasons and a 25-metre outdoor pool (open in summer only) bring a sense of serenity to the hotel, which is located within an easy walk of four train stations and close to the Roppongi, Toranomon, Kasumigaseki, and Otemachi areas of central Tokyo. Choose from several restaurants, from elegant to casual, and take in the iconic Tokyo Tower from the outdoor terrace.

This upscale resort in the village of Rusutsu, Hokkaido, adjoins Shikotsu-Toya Lakes National Park and the striking peak of Mt.Yotei. The Westin Rusutsu Resort is surrounded by 820 hectares, where 37 stunning trails with a combined run of 42 kilometres await the keen or beginner skier. There are also four golf courses, and a variety of trails for walking, horse riding and dog sledding. The hotel has 210 spacious guest rooms and sophisticated interior design inspired by nature.


6 Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Tokyo, 4 stars

7 Shiga Kogen Prince Hotel – West Building

Shiga Kogen, 3 stars

Wide picture windows offer spectacular views over Tokyo at this centrally located hotel. It has two train stations within a five-minute walk, and easy access to attractions in and around the city. Experience the delights of a Japanese tea ceremony in the tranquil tea room, choose from myriad dining options - there’s a restaurant dedicated entirely to tempura, a traditional Japanese restaurant, restaurants serving Chinese, Korean, Italian and French cuisine, along with teppanyaki, sushi and a buffet - you certainly won’t go hungry.

Reasonably priced and well set up for families (self-service is the order of the day), this hotel offers easy access to Shiga-kogen, Japan’s largest ski area. The Yakebitai-yama ski field, in particular, boasts slopes of top-quality snow for both skiing and snowboarding, along with superb views of the Northern Alps. The West Wing has exclusive use of a large open-air hot bath, and there are both buffet and a la carte restaurants. The Ramen Corner noodle bar is likely to be especially popular with the kids.


8 Citadines Karasuma-Gojo Kyoto

Kyoto, 3 stars

9 Hotel Nikko Nara

Nara, 4 stars

Kyoto has managed to retain its traditional charm despite its big-city size, and is home to thousands of classical gardens, Buddhist temples, imperial palaces and Shinto shrines worth visiting. The serviced apartments of Citadines Karasuma-Gojo Kyoto is just one train stop from the central Kyoto station where the Shinkansen (bullet train) arrives. The spacious apartments have free wi-fi and modern furnishings, and are a short stroll from the dining, shopping and entertainment district.

With World Heritage and historical attractions on your doorstep, this hotel - part of the Nikko Hotels International chain - could not be better located for visitors to this ancient city of Japan. The 330 rooms are smart and comfortable, and there are a range of dining options - from a fun teppanyaki-style steakhouse to a Japanese restaurant and breakfast buffet serving local and regional foods along with European-style favourites.


10 Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort

Hokkaido, 4 stars


The Kiroro Resort is located in the delightful village of Akaigawa, Hokkaido, which is surrounded on all sides by mountains. In winter, guests have access to world-class powder for skiing (the ski area has 21 trails, with the longest run an amazing 4050 metres), but summer is just as fun for those with a love of the outdoors - trekking and kayaking opportunities abound. The contemporary resort offers regular shuttles to Kiroro Town’s onsen and thermal spa facilities, for which it is so well known.



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