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The 10 Best Hotel Gyms in Tokyo

The 10 Best Hotel Gyms in Tokyo

If you're planning a visit to Tokyo, consider staying at one of these hotels that provide an incredible fitness experience.


Tokyo is a great city to visit.

It's the largest city in the world and it's one place that everyone needs to experience at some point in their life.

When choosing where to stay, the gym can often be the one thing that pushes a hotel from good to exceptional.

Some hotels have done better than others at providing a top notch fitness experience and we've picked ten of the best, most unique hotel gyms in Tokyo.

They have been selected based on factors that include size, variety of fitness equipment, convenience, and special considerations like stunning views of Tokyo.

All of the hotels were researched through personal visits or consultation with those that have used them.

The Best Hotel Gyms in Tokyo

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Park Hyatt

Park Hyatt Tokyo is conveniently located in the heart of Shinjuku, Tokyo's vibrant business and entertainment district and is within walking distance of Shinjuku Station, the city's largest transportation hub.

The Club on the Park gymnasium and aerobics studio flank either side of a pool on the 47th floor. The studio features body sonic flooring, while the gym is equipped with a complete range of Life Fitness weight training and fitness equipment.

Floor-to-ceiling windows with a stunning view from 47 floors up make this hotel gym one of the best in the world.

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

Set in the historic Nihonbashi neighborhood, the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo is a luxury high-rise hotel that occupies the top nine floors of the 34-story Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower.

Located on the 38th floor, the glass-walled fitness center offers a range of exercise equipment and stunning views of the city below. There's stationary bikes, treadmills, dumbbells, TRX Training straps, and plenty of room to stretch out, all while enjoying the incredible view.

The Strings by InterContinental

The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo is a 5-star, luxury hotel located in the Shinagawa East One Tower near Shinagawa Station.

The fitness center is ‘Modern Japanese’ themed and is located on the 26th floor. It's open 24 hours and boasts panoramic views of Tokyo. The fitness room features the latest cardio equipment, free weights, resistance machines, and an extensive wellness platform to ensure guests stay on their fitness track during their travels. 

Tokyo Station Hotel

Set in a grand redbrick building in the Marunouchi business district, this high-end landmark hotel dating from 1915 is directly connected to Marunouchi train station. It's also two kilometers from the Imperial Palace.

The Jexer Tokyo Fitness Lounge in the Tokyo Station Hotel is beautifully decorated and has plenty of options from machines to free weights. There's also a ton of space for stretching, yoga, or bodyweight workouts. Membership and personal training sessions are offered. It is not open 24 hours.

Aman Tokyo

Set in the top six floors of a sleek high-rise, this luxury urban hotel is three kilometers from the Tsukiji fish market and two kilometers from Tokyo Imperial Palace. 

The spacious, light-filled Fitness Center provides outstanding views of Tokyo while you workout and is equipped with the latest in cardiovascular and weight-training machinery from Technogym and Life Fitness. TRX and spinning bikes are also available and it even has battle ropes!

Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo

Prince Sakura Tower Hotel is a contemporary hotel surrounded by trees and gardens in Shinagawa. It's four kilometers from Tokyo Tower and seven kilometers from Tsukiji Market.

The fitness gym is free for guests to use but is not open 24 hours (open 6 a.m. until 10 p.m.). There are a ton of options for cardio machines and plenty of space to stretch out or do some yoga.

The best thing about this gym is the free weight selection. Barbells, dumbbells, benches, and a squat rack make this hotel possibly the best choice for bodybuilders, powerlifters, and anyone who likes lifting weights.

Four Seasons Hotel

The Four Seasons Hotel Toyko is located in a high-rise building across the street from Tokyo Station and is only two kilometers from Tokyo Imperial Palace. 

Open 24 hours and quite large at over 3,000 square feet, the fitness studio in the Four Seasons has a wide range equipment, including cardio machines, weight training equipment, free weights, and a Concept2 rower. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide a great view of the city.

Palace Hotel

The Palace Hotel is located in a high-rise building in Chiyoda and overlooks the lakes and gardens of Tokyo Imperial Palace.

Located on the fifth floor adjacent to the spa, the 1,367-square-foot fitness facility comes outfitted with extensive weight training equipment and the latest cardiovascular machines by Technogym and Life Fitness as well as a Kinesis System.

Wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows offer captivating views of the Imperial Palace gardens – the perimeter of which happens to double as a 5 five kilometer jogging track.

Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills is an elegant high-rise hotel and is located only one kilometer from Tokyo Tower and three kilometers from the Tokyo Imperial Palace. 

The hotel gym features gorgeous views from the 37th floor and is filled with a ton of equipment options, including cardio machines, weight machines, a Concept2 rower, and an excellent selection of free weights. There's plenty of space for you to workout here (over 1,300 square meters) without feeling cramped or too close to others and they even have kettlebells (rare in hotel gyms).

Exclusive memberships are available and the gym is open from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m.

Grand Hyatt Tokyo

Adjacent to the shopping, restaurants and museums at Roponngi Hills, this elegant high-rise hotel is just two kilometers from Tokyo Tower and a fourteen minute walk from Nogizaka Station.

The Nagomi Spa and Fitness center features the latest equipment from TechnoGym® and a full range of high-tech cardio and strength-training equipment, including cardio machines, stationary bikes, dumbbells, and barbells. 

Personal training sessions are available. 

Bottom Line

If you're planning a visit to Tokyo and you care about your health and fitness, these ten hotels must be considered. Do yourself a favor and make time to workout while you travel. Stay at one of these hotels and your experience will be all the more enjoyable.

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