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Why should you book a holiday package to Tokyo?

Tokyo holiday deals offer both flight and accommodation at discounted prices, making package deals the best value for money there is on your holiday. From the most sophisticated railways to an imperial palace and and a stunningly futuristic cityscape, the city that hosts Japan's Emperor will leave you in awe.

Add in the snazzy restaurants that make Tokyo the most Michelin-starred world city, a vibrantly rich pop culture scene and the majestic Skytree, the world's tallest tower, and the city is unmissable.

When should you book a holiday package to Tokyo?

The months of March, May, October, and December offer the best weather while March, April, October, and November are best for sightseeing. Romantic Tokyo trips should be taken in spring (cherry blossom glory) and late fall (foliage season).

Where should you stay in Tokyo during your holidays?

For any holidays in Tokyo:

Next to the museums at Roppongi Hills is the Grand Hyatt Tokyo. Its sleek rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs and DVD players, free Wi-Fi and desks. The suites feature separate sitting quarters. Club level rooms have lounge access with free evening appetizers and breakfast.

Visiting the iconic Tokyo Tower is a highlight for Tokyo getaways, and the high-end Westin Hotel, just 2 miles from this landmark, offers amazing city views. Standard but elegant European-styled rooms feature minibars, flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi (for a fee) while upscale rooms offer workstations, free breakfast, and private lounge access.

For family holidays in Tokyo:

Rooms at the sprawling Imperial Hotel in Tokyo's Uchisaiwaicho neighborhood feature mini-fridges, free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffee makers. Sitting areas in the upgraded rooms are standard, and suites come with a kitchen. With free breakfast, free stays for kids under 4 years, and in-room massages, this is a perfect pick for Tokyo package deals.

All-inclusive Tokyo holiday deals at the Intercontinental Tokyo afford you cozy and tastefully furnished rooms with minibars, coffee and tea stations for standard rooms, city views and access to a lounge complete with free breakfast and cocktails in the evening for upgraded rooms, and espresso machines, Blu-ray players, and living rooms for suites.

For romantic holidays in Tokyo:

Romantic Tokyo holiday deals should include a spa, fine dining, loads of pastries, and a swimming pool. The Andaz Tokyo Hotel at Toranomon Hills has it all, with rooms featuring floor-to-ceiling windows allowing panoramic city views, free Wi-Fi and minibars, soaking tubs in all bathrooms, and an open terraced rooftop cocktail bar.

With free breakfast and parking, room and laundry service, elegant restaurants and a rooftop terrace with sweeping city views, the Claska Hotel makes romantic Tokyo trips worth every dime. The rooms are equipped with desks and sitting areas with some having tatami floors, dining tables, and even a terrace. Flat screen TVs and free Wi-Fi are standard.

For luxury holidays in Tokyo:

The kid-friendly Mandarin Oriental is the epitome of class, luxury, and opulence in Tokyo. With chic, sophisticated rooms featuring panoramic city views, minibars, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, this hotel located on the upper floors of a 34-level tower has it all. Suites offer additional living areas and freestanding tubs.

Over in the Marunouchi business district is the upscale Peninsula Tokyo. To dressing rooms, city views, tea and coffee makers, and free Wi-Fi in their standard contemporary rooms, suites add living rooms, and some even provide a balcony, grand piano, and a complimentary tea ceremony.

For budget holidays in Tokyo:

With cozy rooms, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, washers/dryers, modern family rooms with living quarters and bunk beds, some complete with terraces and/or kitchenettes, the Centurion Hotel Residential Akanaka is an ideal pick for cheap Tokyo holiday deals.

Ryogoku View Hotel features unassuming standard rooms with free Wi-Fi, balconies, bunk beds with sitting areas underneath, and panoramic city views, sofas or tatami mats, and traditional Japanese tables. This child-friendly establishment also boasts hot tubs, a laundry service, and a cozy restaurant.

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