Bellustar Tokyo, A Pan Pacific Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
Location: Conveniently located in the heart of Shunjuku, this hotel affords guests easy access to all areas of Tokyo.
Views: All rooms feature seven meter wide floor-to-ceiling windows that offer panoramic views of the cityscape that are inspiring in the day and magical at night.
Unique Facilities: The uppermost floors feature a restaurant three levels tall that offers stunning views, and a spa where one can experience all of Japan’s four seasons along with beauty treatments.
- Tokyo, Japan
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- 24hr Room Service
- Fitness Center
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
Hana (Duplex 184 sqm)
This northwest maisonette corner room features a spacious and bright atrium cutaway living room with a large window, offering a panoramic night view.
Tori (Duplex 186 sqm)
The large Maisonette-style rooms offer spacious living areas with atrium cutaways. The bedroom and living room spaces are situated on different floors.
Sora (277 sqm)
"Sora" (sky) is the most spacious amongst all rooms offered at the Bellustar Tokyo. Reflecting the meaning of the celestial Tenku sky-scape, the entire room has east-facing windows to guarantee the warmth of the morning sun to fill the vast space.
Studio Room (41-48 sqm)
This spacious room features a king sized bed, and a spacious bathroom with a rain shower and decorated in a traditional Japanese cultural style, with a wide window in the living area offering a panoramic view of Tokyo.
Studio Premier (51-55 sqm)
This spacious room is equipped with a large king-sized bed or two double beds and decorated in a Japanese-inspired style with a touch of traditional culture. The bathroom features a separate shower booth allowing you to enjoy a luxurious bath time.
Junior Corner Suite Twin (53 sqm)
This spacious room is equipped with two double beds and decorated in a Japanese-inspired style with a touch of traditional culture. The bathroom features a separate shower booth allowing you to enjoy a luxurious bath time.
Studio Deluxe Room (56 sqm)
This spacious room is equipped with two double beds and bathroom decorated in a Japanese-inspired style with a touch of traditional culture. The bathroom features a deep soaking bathtub for a relaxing soak allowing you to enjoy a luxurious bath time.
Junior Corner Suite King (59 sqm)
This spacious room is equipped with a king sized bed. The bathroom features a view bath with a high-rise view of the city's central buildings. Wide windows offer panoramic views of the city center from its corner view.
Deluxe Suite (76 sqm)
Located on the 41st floor and above, a this spacious corner room away from the hustle and bustle of the city features a large open living area with curved windows offering dynamic views of the city center and king sized bed to rest easy.
Two Bedrooms Deluxe Suite (82 sqm)
This spacious suite features two bedrooms each with king sized beds and a spacious living area. The suite is located on the 41st floor and above, offering a serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city below.
Kaze (113 Sqm)
The bedroom features a large king sized bed and the east-facing windows extend from the floor to the ceiling, providing a panoramic view of downtown Tokyo below and captivating views of sunrise.
Tsuki (159 sqm)
The bedroom features a king sized bed and the east-facing windows of this penthouse mean the living and sleeping area is filled by the warmth of the morning sun.
Designed to energize and inspire, the well-equipped 24-hour Fitness Center features state-of-the-art strength training and cardiovascular exercise machines with floor-to-ceiling windows offering incredible views.
The Sunya Spa is situated on the hotel's highest floor and named after the Sanskrit term "sunya" which means "sky”. The spa provides a relaxing atmosphere where you can cleanse your mind and body, freeing yourself from daily stresses. The treatment rooms and the relaxing spa lounge boast magnificent views. The spa menu includes personalized seasonal treatments, which incorporate the bounty of the earth from around Japan, stimulate the senses and fill the body and mind with renewed energy.
The main bar is meticulously designed to offer a lavish and refined ambiance that attracts guests worldwide. Here, you can find handpicked produce sourced from top-notch farms, artisanal spirits crafted in the Japanese climate, and exquisite liquors from across the globe. The exquisite and dazzling view, delightful menu, and immersive performances culminate make for a unique bar experience.
The ever-evolving menu of Bellustar’s namesake restaurant blends French tradition and culture with ingredients sourced from diverse regions of Japan, reflecting our passion for innovation. While the dining area is intimate serving 36 and offers amazing views from its 3-story tall windows.
Sushi JIN-E offers authentic Edomae-sushi served by seasoned sushi chefs. They offer fine seasonal dishes with champagne, wine, and sake to pair your meal with.
Savor the luxury of exquisite Japanese ingredients, including the finest Wagyu beef, prepared teppanyaki-style before your very eyes by our skilled chef. The seating arrangement at the counter provides unparalleled views and ensures a private dining atmosphere, while allowing for delightful conversation with the chef.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
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What Others Say
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Couple from New York
Every activity was coordinated to perfection and we couldn’t be more happy.
Family from England
Your arrangements were absolutely impeccable - everything happened exactly as it was supposed to.