Are you looking to have the perfect view of Tokyo while sipping on drinks at the bar? 

This cosmopolitan neon-lighted city has some of the most incredible views, with the sparkling night lights guaranteed to take your breath away. 

We’ve looked at a plethora of hotels in Tokyo, and found 15 of them that have some great bar views. 

Head to any of these hotels for some magnificent views, and maybe even spend a night in one of their luxurious rooms. 

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1. Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

Boasting fine restaurants and an award-winning spa, Mandarin Oriental offers the true epitome of luxury. 

Situated in the Nihobashi area, the hotel has been awarded multiple certificates of excellence. 

Lying just off the main lobby on the 38th floor is the Oriental Lounge. 

There, you can meet friends or spend time on your own admiring the stunning city views of Tokyo. 

Freshly brewed coffees, cocktails and some of the finest liquors from around the world are offered at this spectacular lounge. 

Alternatively, head to Mandarin Bar for its stunning decor and relaxed atmosphere. 

With its incredible views, enjoy an early evening aperitif or visit after dinner to listen to live jazz.

If you’re hungry, you can also enjoy a range of delicacies and speciality dishes served at the bar. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.3
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 103-8328 Tokyo-to, Chuo-ku Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-1-1, Japan

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2. The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho

Located in the heart of the city, the Prince Gallery Tokyo hotel is directly linked to Nagatacho Station of the Nanboku Line. 

The Sky Gallery Lounge Levita is the perfect place to head to if you’re looking to unwind with a drink.

The cocktail lounge bar is surrounded by glass art with a “waterfall”. 

From the glass window, you’ll also be able to soak in the incredible views of Tokyo City. 

If unwinding at the bar isn’t enough, you can also book a room on the club level for a luxurious comfortable stay. 

There’s also a spa that offers a range of pampering treatments, a lap pool, and a couple’s suite with gorgeous views. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.3
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 102-8585 Tokyo-to, Chiyoda-ku, Kioicho 1-2, Japan 

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3. Imperial Hotel Tokyo

Imperial Hotel Tokyo is a prestigious hotel that’s been around since 1890. 

The Imperial Palace and the Ginza area are only a short five-minute walk away from the hotel. 

Before grabbing a drink, dine at any one of the 13 restaurants at the hotel for dinner. 

Thereafter, head to the Imperial Lounge Aqua for a handsomely furnished cocktail with fantastic views of the tree topped expanses at lush Hibiya Park. 

Located on the 17th floor, the lounge has an inviting ambience and is accented with various woods. 

Grab a drink with a friend in any of the plush and comfortable seating. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.3
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 100-8558 Tokyo-to, Chiyoda-ku Uchisaiwai-cho 1-1-1, Japan

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4. Park Hyatt Tokyo

Situated high above Shinjuku’s lively streets, Park Hyatt Tokyo offers incredible views of either Mount Fuji or Shinjuku. 

At the New York Bar located on the 52nd floor, there’s live entertainment with jazz performances every night. 

With floor-to-ceiling windows, you’ll have breathtaking views of Tokyo. 

There’s a contemporary and sophisticated interior along with a wine cellar housing over 1,800 bottles of wine. 

At the New York Bar, there’s also The Peak Bar – a bamboo garden softly lit by more than 50 lanterns overlooking the sparkling city lights below. 

Take your pick from the classic and original cocktails to the premium cognac and brandies. 

If you’re feeling fancy, go ahead and book a stay in Park Hyatt’s Park Suite King Room. 

It comes with a deep soaking tub, plush king-sized mattress and living, dressing and work areas. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.2
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 163-1055 Tokyo-to, Shinjuku-ku, Nishishinjuku 3-7-1-2, Japan

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5. The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

Located in the heart of downtown Roppongi, the 53rd storey Ritz Carlton offers luxury high above Tokyo’s busy streets. 

Before grabbing a drink at the bar, dine at any one of Ritz Carlton’s restaurants offering a range of cuisine from French to Japanese – all with spectacular views.

Thereafter, head to The Bar located on the 45th floor. 

This sophisticated hotel bar has Tokyo skyline views along with shareable plates and an extensive drink menu.

The bar is decorated with glossy marble and rich wood along with floor-to-ceiling windows.

If you’re feeling adventurous, go ahead and order the Diamonds are Forever Martini that’s garnished with a one-carat diamond. 

Alternatively, there’s sake tastings along with a comprehensive liquor selection for you to pick from. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.2
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 107-6245 Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Akasaka 9-7-1 Tokyo Midtown, Japan

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6. Andaz Tokyo

If you’re planning to stay at the Andaz Tokyo, you’re truly indulging in a luxury lifestyle stay in the heart of Tokyo. 

Each of the 164 rooms come with unforgettable panoramic views of Tokyo. 

The Rooftop Bar that’s located on the 52nd floor also offers spectacular night views of Tokyo Bay and Odaiba. 

Enjoy the lively atmosphere as you taste innovative cocktails made with local seasonal ingredients. 

Try the original cocktail – Kyohime Amazuke that’s an original cocktail made with Japanese sweet sake, matcha, yuzu and Grey Goose vodka. 

If you’re planning on inviting a group of friends, The Rooftop Bar also has a stunning Triangle area for private parties and events. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.1
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 105-0001 Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Toranomon 1-23-4 , Japan

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7. The Peninsula Tokyo

Staying at the Peninsula Tokyo is an experience unlike any other. 

Enjoy a night in the Grand Premier Garden Room for a magnificent panorama overlooking the Imperial Palace Gardens. 

Their luxurious rooms also come with the latest high-tech amenities along with floor-to-ceiling windows. 

Guests can also relax with a massage or beauty treatment at the spa that also comes with a sauna and aromatherapy shower. 

At night, grab a drink at Peter: The Bar.

There, you’ll have views of the Imperial Palace Gardens, Hibiya Park and the vibrant Ginza district. 

Don’t forget to try some of the bar’s legendary cocktails with a wide variety of concoctions. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.1
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 100-0006 Tokyo-to, Chiyoda-ku Yurakucho 1-8-1, Japan

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8. Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel

Located in Shibuya, the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel offers spacious rooms with panoramic city views. 

All rooms are located on the 19th floor and above, and come with all the amenities you could possibly need.

Guests staying at the hotel can also use the sauna or hot tub, or enjoy a treatment at the beauty salon. 

Head to Bellovisto – the hotel’s bar that offers spectacular views of the Shinjuku skyline.

What’s unique about this bar is that they’ve got also different seating areas to suit every setting.

The “Symphonie” is the perfect VIP seat for couples that’s surrounded by clear windows on two sides. 

Alternatively, opt for the “Cocoon” seats on an elevated floor design with the glittering night lights as your background. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.0
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 150-8512 Tokyo-to, Shibuya-ku, Sakuragaokacho 26-1, Japan

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9. The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is located right by Tokyo Tower and has some incredible panoramic views. 

Rooms at the hotel are comfortable and contemporary with a seating area and flat-screen television. 

If you’re feeling fancy, upgrade to the premium club floor for access to the Premium Club Lounge along with the spa and fitness facilities. 

The 33rd floor bar lounge is located on the top floor of the hotel and is the perfect place to unwind with a drink while soaking in the sights of Tokyo.

Choose to sit at the counter, the couples’ seating area or at the salon area to unwind with cocktails and wine after sundown. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.0
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 105-8563 Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Shiba Koen 4-8-1 , Japan

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10. Conrad Tokyo

Just a few steps away from Ginza is the Conrad Tokyo. 

Rooms are furnished with modern decor along with beautiful city views. 

Stay at the King Room Bay view for panoramic viws overlooking the Royal Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay. 

Guests can also use the indoor pool or workout in the spacious fitness centre. 

Thereafter, head to Bar TwentyEight located on the 28th floor of the hotel. 

There, indulge in an extensive selection of cocktails, beers, whiskies and more. 

Mingle with friends, or admire the night view from the floor-to-ceiling windows. 

If you’re feeling peckish after, head to any of the hotel’s five dining options for some delicious food offerings. 

  • Guest Rating: 9.0
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 105-7337 Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Higashi-Shinbashi 1-9-1, Japan

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11. The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon

The Gate Hotel is situated two-minutes away from Asakusa subway station and comes with a stunning modern and stylish design. 

There are two bars within the hotel where you can enjoy fantastic city views.

The R Restaurant and Bar serves Western-style cuisine with views overlooking the cityscape of Asakusa along with the Tokyo skytree.

It’s located on the 13th floor and serves an extensive selection of wine and alcohol. 

On the 14th floor is the B Bar – an exclusive private space for guests staying at the hotel.

There, you can enjoy a more quiet and intimate setting with views of Asakusa. 

After drinks at the bar, head back to your Balcony Room with exquisite views from your private balcony. 

  • Guest Rating: 8.9
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 111-0034 Tokyo-to, Taito-ku, Kaminarimon 2-16-11, Japan

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12. Hotel New Otani Tokyo

Surrounded by a gorgeous 400-year old Japanese garden, Hotel New Otani is situated in central Tokyo. 

While at the hotel, head to the Sky Bar to take in the glittering nightscape of Tokyo. 

The beverage menu boasts a wide array of cocktails and if you’re hungry you can also opt for light meals or snacks.

Those with a sweet tooth can also order a selection of desserts. 

Afterwards, stay at one of the rooms at the Hotel New Otani that have views of either the hotel’s Japanese garden or the Tokyo skyline.

You can even experience Japanese culture at the tea ceremony room during your visit.

Alternatively, unwind at the sauna and spa with a relaxing massage. 

  • Guest Rating: 8.8
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Address: 102-8578 Tokyo-to, Chiyoda-ku, Kioi-Cho 4-1, Japan

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13. Tokyo Dome Hotel 

Located within Tokyo Dome City Amusement Complex, the hotel offers spacious and elegant guest rooms. 

There are two bars within the hotel – Bar 2000 that’s located on the 6th floor, and The Artist’s Bar C Maj7 that’s located on the 43rd floor.

At Bar 2000, grab a seat at the long counter with views Tokyo dome and its incredible illuminations. 

If you’re hungry, you can also grab some delicious authentic Japanese dishes. 

At The Artist’s Bar C Maj7, the interior looks just like a recording studio.

Order your favourite cocktails at the counter before looking down at the splendid views from the glass counter. 

After a night out, unwind in one of the comfortable rooms with its modern and warm interiors coupled with playful artwork.

All of the rooms boasts views of the various faces of Tokyo, and you’re sure to have a wonderful time. 

  • Guest Rating: 8.6
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 112-8562 Tokyo-to, Bunkyo-ku, Koraku 1-3-61, Japan

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14. Shinjuku Granbell Hotel

Situated right at the heart of the lively Kabuki-cho area in Shinjuku, this hotel comes with rooms that have unique design concepts. 

Grab a drink at the Rooftop Bar & Terrace G with its relaxing space with views of Shinjuku.

There are plenty of delicious cocktails available on the menu, and is a great space to have a conversation with friends. 

After a night out, head back to your stylish room that comes fitted with modern facilities and a plush Simmons bed. 

There’s also a modern-style restaurant on the 12th floor along with a ground floor cafe on the terrace that’s surrounded in greenery.

The hotel is in an impeccable location and is a great place to make as your base while exploring the rest of Tokyo. 

  • Guest Rating: 8.0
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 160-0021 Tokyo-to, Shinjuku-ku Kabukicho 2-14-5, Japan 

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15. Shinagawa Prince Hotel

The Prince Hotel is right next to JR Shinagawa Train Station and has a total of 15 dining options and two swimming pools. 

The hotel spans a total of 39 storeys and offers gorgeous views of Tokyo. 

On the 39th floor is Table 9 Tokyo – a great entertainment spot that features 360 degree views of Tokyo. 

The bar lounge offers fusion tapas along with drinks ranging from whiskey to sake and more. 

Once you’re done with your drinks, head to the restaurant to enjoy unique Western cuisine comprising of grill and steaks. 

Guests staying in the hotel can enjoy a wide array of amenities ranging from the hotel’s own movie theatre to a bowling alley and even a tennis court. 

  • Guest Rating: 7.8
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Address: 108-8611 Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Takanawa 4-10-30, Japan

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Map of Tokyo Hotels with Great Bar Views

While visiting Tokyo, you wouldn’t want to miss these Tokyo hotels that come with amazing bar views. 

All hotels mentioned come with first class amenities and luxurious rooms to match the city views of Tokyo. 

Spending at least one night in these hotels will be a unique experience on your next trip. 

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