10 recommended suites in Japan for wealthy foreigners

We want to make sure there is no disrespect in inviting wealthy foreigners.”
What kind of hotel would be relaxing?”
There are so many things to think about in order to invite wealthy foreign visitors.

This article describes suites where wealthy foreigners can stay and be satisfied.
Hotel rooms that can be recommended for wealthy foreigners are definitely suites.

A former hotelier explains why and describes specific hotels with suites.
Please use this as a reference when deciding on a hotel.

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Suite Criteria

Before looking for a suite for a foreigner, it is good to know about the criteria for suites.
The standard for a suite is a room with a separate bedroom and living room. In other words, the standard is to have two or more rooms.
There is a bedroom and living room, a parlor and, in some hotels, a suite with a kitchen.

In English, it is written “suite,” meaning “a continuation” or “a set.
It is sometimes mistakenly read as “sweet,” but this is incorrect. It means “sweet,” and a suite room is sometimes said to be a room for honeymooners, but this is a misunderstanding peculiar to Japan, where Japanese English is often used.

Why suites for wealthy foreigners?

I highly recommend the use of suites for wealthy foreigners.
Comfortable and spacious
Quality service
Security
Suitable for long-term stay
For these reasons, we believe that suites are good for wealthy foreigners. We will explain them one by one.

Comfortable spaciousness

First, suites are equipped with comfortable space. As stated in the criteria for suites, a suite is a room with at least two rooms. This means that you have that much space.
Foreign guests often stay for long periods of time, and most come with large suitcases. The hotel where they stay requires a certain amount of space. If you stay in a suite, you can rest assured that the space is guaranteed.

Quality service

When you stay in a suite, you will receive quality service. In most hotels, suites are often located on the upper floors of the hotel, often with complimentary access to the Club Floor, which is staffed with selective good service staff.
One hotel also offers a chauffeur-driven car rental service exclusively for guests staying in suites. This service is useful for shopping and sightseeing during busy periods.
Staying in a suite is a more satisfying experience with quality service.

Security for peace of mind

Suites often have enhanced security. This is because suites, which are often located on upper floors, often belong to floors that cannot be entered without a special key.
Since VIPs are often accommodated on suite-only or club floors, hotels are also strengthening security. Nowadays, most hotels do not allow ordinary guests to even enter the accommodation floor, for example, the elevator does not work without a card key.

Suitable for long-term stays.

The suites are designed for foreigners who are staying for a long period of time.
For example, a large wardrobe would not be possible without the spaciousness of the suite. In addition, the kitchen allows you to easily cook your own meals, and the separate bathroom will help you relax after a long stay.
Being exposed to a culture from a different country than one’s usual is a stimulating and meaningful experience, but it can also be physically exhausting.
Suites are by far the best choice for wealthy foreigners who stay for long periods of time and for a variety of experiences.

10 suites for wealthy foreigners

We have explained why suites are recommended for wealthy foreigners. However, many people may not know specifically which hotel suites are the best.
Here are the suites recommended for wealthy foreigners, in order from north to south. Please take a look at them as reference for your hotel selection.

The Westin Sendai

As the name “Imperial Suite” suggests, the suites at the Westin Sendai are the most luxurious rooms in the hotel.
The view of Sendai city and the mountains beyond can only be seen from the 36th floor, where you can enjoy a Bose home theater and the Westin Heavenly Bed, made with the Westin’s unique manufacturing process, which will soothe your tired body. Access to the Executive Club Lounge on the hotel’s 26th floor and a complimentary breakfast buffet will make your stay in Sendai a satisfying one.

Official hotel website: https://www.the-westin-sendai.com/
Hotel address: 1-9-1 Ichibancho, Aoba-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi 980-0811
Reservation phone number: 022-722-1234

Palace Hotel Tokyo

The Palace Hotel Tokyo’s suites are divided into seven different types of rooms, each with its own unique characteristics. The variety of room types, from the 75-square-meter Executive Suite to the 250-square-meter Palace Suite, is rare among Japanese hotels. Some of the rooms have a 40-square-meter terrace, allowing guests to choose the room they prefer.
In addition to a separate living room and walk-in closet, the marble bathroom and vanity are also attractive. This is a globally recognized suite that often accommodates foreign dignitaries and others.

Official hotel website: https://www.palacehoteltokyo.com/
Hotel address: 1-1-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005, Japan
Reservation phone number: 03-3211-5211

Peninsula Hotel Tokyo

Peninsula Hotels, founded in 1928, is a well-established hotel chain with hotels all over the world.
Such suites at the Peninsula Tokyo are located in the corner of the hotel and are called “The Peninsula Suites. In addition to the glamour of the rooms, the marble view baths offer a panoramic view of the Imperial Palace Outer Gardens and Hibiya Park, a view that is hard to believe in the middle of the city.
Also included is the MINI Concierge Service, which allows guests to rent a chauffeur-driven MINI for up to three hours. Only a first-class hotel can offer such a service that can be utilized for shopping and sightseeing in Tokyo.

Official hotel website: https://www.peninsula.com/ja/tokyo/5-star-luxury-hotel-ginza
Hotel address: 1-8-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006, Japan
Reservation phone number: 03-6270-2888

Bulgari Hotel Tokyo

Bulgari Hotel Tokyo is the first Bulgari Hotel in Japan, located on the 40th to 45th floors of the skyscraper “Tokyo Midtown Yaesu”.
The hotel features a high ratio of suites, with 23 of the 98 guest rooms being suites. Among them, the “Bulgari Suite” is one of the largest in Japan at over 400 square meters, complete with living room, kitchen, and gym.
The beautiful rooms, which blend Italian flair with the Japanese circle, offer spectacular views of Tokyo, and the first-class hotel suites will definitely satisfy the most affluent foreigners.

Official hotel website: https://www.bulgarihotels.com/ja_JP/tokyo
Hotel address: 2-2-1 Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0028
Reservation phone number: 03-6262-3333

Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel

The Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel, located 200 meters above Nagoya Station, is part of the Marriott International brand.
With 774 guest rooms in JR Central Towers, it is one of the finest hotels in the Chukyo area.
Among them, the Marriott Suite is the largest and most spacious suite in the hotel bearing the “Marriott” name. Based on the concept of European Classic, the rooms are decorated with colorful colors and extended elegance, making your hotel stay a fulfilling experience.
You will be able to use the exclusive lounge on the 15th floor, which will make your hotel stay a grade higher.

Official hotel website: https://www.associa.com/nma/
Hotel address: 1-1-4 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi 450-6002, Japan
Reservation phone number: 052-584-1111

The Westin Miyako Hotel Kyoto

The design concept of the hotel is “Queen of Elegance,” and it was created to satisfy the luxury class visiting Kyoto.
The guest rooms are designed to resemble the natural beauty of Higashiyama and feature an open and soft design. The Westin Miyako Hotel Kyoto even offers a 50-square-meter junior suite and a 100-square-meter Japanese-style annex.
For foreigners who have trouble sleeping in Japanese-style rooms, it is nice to know that beds are also available in the Japanese-style rooms in the annex. Another feature of the hotel is its proximity to nature, with a rooftop garden where you can experience the changing seasons and a walking trail in the hills behind the hotel.

Official hotel website: https://www.miyakohotels.ne.jp/westinkyoto/
Hotel address: 1, Awataguchi Katei-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0052 (Sanjo Keage)
Reservation phone number: TEL: 075-771-7111

The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka

The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka is said to be a “hotel within a hotel,” with suite rooms offering the personalized hospitality of a dedicated concierge to ensure a memorable stay.
There are a total of 52 suites and they are located on the Club floor on the upper floors. The Club Lounge offers food presentations five floors a day, so even the busiest guests will be able to spend time without leaving the hotel.
The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka is definitely the best place to book a suite in Osaka to satisfy your needs.

Official hotel website: https://www.ritzcarlton.com/ja/hotels/osarz-the-ritz-carlton-osaka/overview/
Hotel address: 2-5-25 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 530-0001
Reservation phone number: 06-6343-7000

Intercontinental Hotel Osaka

The InterContinental Hotel Osaka is a luxury hotel located in the Grand Front Osaka North Building, just a short walk from Osaka Station. Suites are over 57 square meters in size and consist of a serene living room and separate bedroom.
The amenities in the rooms are BYREDO, offering a memorable scent, Bluetooth speakers and other amenities, as well as a dedicated lounge where you can enjoy breakfast and afternoon tea. This hotel also has residences, which are ideal for a “live-in” stay. The residences have large refrigerators and kitchens, making them a good option for foreigners staying for longer periods of time.

Official hotel website: https://icosaka.com/
Hotel address: 3-60 Ohfuka-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 530-0011, Japan
Reservation phone number: 06-6374-5700

Imperial Hotel Osaka

When one thinks of luxury hotels in Japan, the Imperial Hotel is probably the first that comes to mind. The Imperial Hotel Osaka has suites of over 100 square meters on its Imperial floor. The east-facing windows offer a view of the Ikoma Mountains and the majestic flow of the Okawa River below, allowing you to experience nature.
The separate bedrooms will allow those staying to sleep peacefully. A reception room is also available for business stays. It can also be used for family visits to Japan.
Suite guests may also enjoy drinks and plated service at the Imperial Floor Lounge.

Official hotel website: https://www.imperialhotel.co.jp/j/osaka/index.html
Hotel address: 1-8-50 Tenmabashi, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0042
Reservation phone number: 06-6881-1111

The Ritz-Carlton, Fukuoka

The Ritz-Carlton, Fukuoka was established in 2023 in Fukuoka, a bustling city at the center of Kyushu and a popular destination for its abundant nature and food.
All rooms are generously sized at 50 square meters or more, with the largest suite boasting 188 square meters of space. Among them, the Presidential Suite and The Ritz-Carlton Suite have open windows overlooking Hakata Bay.
Of course, you also have access to the Club Lounge and can enjoy food presentations five times a day. For a suite in Fukuoka or Kyushu, The Ritz-Carlton, Fukuoka is a good choice.

Official hotel website: https://www.ritzcarlton.com/ja/hotels/fukrz-the-ritz-carlton-fukuoka/overview/
Hotel address: 2-6-50 Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, 810-0041
Reservation phone number: 092-401-8888

Summary

This article has explained why suites are recommended for wealthy foreigners and the specific area suites.

When wealthy foreigners visit Japan, they often spend a significant amount of time experiencing Japanese culture, and suites are a great way to relieve their fatigue. The suite room is sure to satisfy them with its ample space and high quality service.
Why suites for wealthy foreigners?
Comfortable and spacious
Quality service
Security
Suitable for long-term stay

If you are looking for a place to stay for wealthy foreigners, please take a look.

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