|Above, a bird's eye view of Tokyo from Mori Tower in Roppongi Hills. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
TripAdvisor JP has compiled their "readers' choice" survey results of the top ten hotels and top ten ryokans (Japanese inns) in Japan.
Personally, I have never stayed at any of the hotels and ryokans on the list, although I am familiar with one of the named hotels, the Park Hyatt Hotel in Shinjuku, from the movie Lost In Translation. But you may find them enticing enough to want to book a room for a future vacation.
The good folks at Rocket News 24 posted the top ten hotels and ryokans for quick and easy viewing.
They begin their post with:
Ask any member of the RocketNews24 team, and we’ll tell you: Japan is awesome. A lot of people seem to agree, too, seeing as how Japan gets more and more visitors from abroad every year.
But as much as we love all of our readers, and hope you all get a chance to come visit, our staff doesn’t quite have the collective living room floor space for you to crash at our apartments. Thankfully, the country has plenty of amazing accommodation, as shown by this list of the top 10 inns and hotels in Japan, as picked by foreign travelers.To see the survey results, go here.
Travel website TripAdvisor JP recently released the results of its latest annual survey of the highest-rated ryokan (Japanese inns) and modern-style hotels in Japan, as determined by user reviews.