Bulgari Hotel Tokyo Boasts Some Of The Best Views In The City

The Tokyo skyline is known for its ulta-sleek 5-star hotels perched high above the city overlooking walled gardens, centuries-old royal palaces, and majestic Mount Fuji. But the soaring cityscape was taken to new heights this year with the addition of Bulgari Hotel Tokyo, which occupies the 40th-45th floors of Tokyo Midtown Yaesu ultra-skyscraper.

It’s the eighth hotel property in the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts collection—part of the iconic Italian jewelry brand founded in 1884—which also includes hotels in Bali, Beijing, Dubai, London, Milan, Paris, Rome, and Shanghai. (Properties in Los Angeles, the Maldives, and Miami are slated for 2025 and 2026).

From spacious guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows to the serene 20,000-square-foot spa, and the smartly stylish Il Ristorante dining room, each and every elegant space reflects Bulgari’s signature Italian style tailored to the Japanese aesthetic. But two sexy spaces are truly jaw-dropping: the 40th-floor pool with jewel-like emerald green mosaic tiles and an 80-foot lap pool, and the Rooftop Bulgari Bar and Terrace Gardens, which offers breathtaking views of Tokyo from the vantage point of the 45th floor.

Read on to learn why the new, ultra-luxe Bulgari Hotel Tokyo is a top pick for your next visit to Tokyo.


The hotel is centrally located directly across the street from Tokyo’s central hub, the landmark red brick Tokyo Station, in the Yaesu 2-Chome North District. Guest rooms and suites occupy the 40th-45th floors of the Tokyo Midtown Yaesu skyscraper overlooking Tokyo Station, the Imperial Palace Gardens, and Mt Fuji.

Number of Rooms & Suites


The Vibe

Sublime Italy-meets-Tokyo luxury in an ethereal aerie perched high above the city

Architecture and Decór

The property’s sleek and dramatic contemporary architecture was designed by Italian firm ACPV Architects. Elegant interiors marry timeless Italian glamour with Japanese culture and aesthetics, including a 1970 Bulgari brooch featuring Mount Fuji that inspired the hotel’s overall aesthetic. Think details like vibrant mosaics inspired by traditional Japanese textile patterns, and fan designs that represent ancient design motifs in both Roman and Japanese cultures.


  • Prime location across from Tokyo Station
  • Some of Tokyo’s best views from the pool and rooftop spaces
  • Excellent dining and bar options: Il Ristorante – Niko Romito, Sushi Hōseki – Kenji Gyoten, The Bulgari Lounge, and rooftop Bulgari Bar
  • 20,000 square-foot Bulgari Spa
  • Impeccable service
  • Luxe and refined architecture and interiors
  • Workshop fitness studio

Guest Rooms & Suites

Each of the 98 guest rooms and suites is spacious, elegant, and well-appointed, with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer incredible views of sprawling Tokyo. There are three categories of rooms: superior, deluxe, and premium. Patterned wallcoverings, sumptuous bedding and upholstery, and vintage Bulgari jewelry ads decorate the rooms, layered with traditional Japanese furniture and textiles.

Bathrooms are modern and ultra-luxe, with deep soaking tubs, sleek showers, and finished like gorgeous marbles.

Suites are available in five classes ranging from junior suites with separate living areas to the opulent 4,300 square-foot Bulgari Suite—one of the largest in Tokyo—which features an artful mural and some of the hotel’s most majestic views.


The hotel houses two destination-worthy restaurants. Sushi Hōseki – Kenji Gyoten (hōseki is the Japanese word for jewels) offers a traditional omakase experience and an extensive sake list from an 8-seat sushi counter overlooking a tiny zen garden.

Il Ristorante – Niko Romito serves a modern take on authentic Italian cuisine in a bright and chic dining room and lovely terrace that’s ideal for taking in views of Tokyo’s sprawling skyline. In addition to dishes like Antipasto all’Italiana and Cotoletta alla Milanese on the lunch and dinner menus, the restaurant offers a decadent truffle menu that showcases the delicacy in refined egg dishes, pastas, fish courses, and mousses.

On the bar front, the sophisticated 40th-floor Bulgari Lounge—which also opens to the terrace—is the ideal spot to relax over afternoon tea, drinks, light bites, or pastries.

Five floors up, the Bulgari Bar is a sophisticated aerie where guests can enjoy creative cocktails and small bites like burrata, caviar, and bruschetta. Featuring two expansive terraces with potted citrus trees, Venetian terrazzo floors, and a stunning oversized glass mosaic behind the bar depicting peacocks, songbirds, and climbing vines both evoke an Italian garden in summertime, it’s a stunning space. But it’s hard to take your eyes off the mesmerizing panoramic views of the city. In a city known for jaw-dropping views from the tops of skyscrapers, this is undoubtedly one of the sexiest and most stunning rooftops in the entire capital.

Who It’s Best For

  • Couples
  • Solo visitors
  • Business travelers
  • Local staycationers

What’s Nearby

  • Ginza’s famous luxury shopping district
  • Across the street from Tokyo Station
  • Nihombashi and Marunouchi financial districts
  • Imperial Palace Gardens

For more information, or to book a stay, visit Bulgari Hotel Tokyo.