The cheapest Business Class flight to Tokyo was £1819 with SAS, followed by Lot Polish at £1835 and Alitalia at £1938. Other airlines with business class fares include Air China and Alitalia.
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With its reputation for excellence, it comes as no surprise to find that when it comes to opulence and luxury, the hotel market in Tokyo is among the best in the world. Whilst budget travellers are well catered for, the business traveller will find their needs met in a different league. With sleek cosmopolitan style and impeccable service, Japan Hotels are world leaders when it comes to five star accommodation.
All the major hotel operators are here, shoulder to shoulder and providing stiff competition for the last word in luxury. The Mandarin Oriental has imposing views of the Tokyo skyline, an award-winning spa and a Michelin starred restaurant.
The Oriental’s newest competitor, the Peninsula, is famous for its breathtaking giant chandelier and imposing entrance. As well as stunning views of the Imperial Palace Gardens. With every detail taken care of, right down to nail polish dryers and remote control curtains, the Peninsula is the self-styled landmark hotel of Japan’s capital.
The Ritz Carlton in the commercial Roppongi district boasts the famous Grand Ballroom and over 1100 square metres of state of the art conference space. Situated in Tokyo’s tallest skyscraper, the Ritz Carlton enjoys panoramic views of Tokyo and even Mount Fuji.
As a business destination, Tokyo is a major player on the world stage and corporate air travel is big business with Virgin Upper Class and BA Club Class just two of the heavyweight competitors.
The cheapest business class flights to Tokyo our customers have found in the last 7 days