Overnight Accommodations

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    Nights  1-2 & 12

    Park Hyatt Tokyo

    Tokyo, Japan

    An elegant oasis of space and calm in the heart of the Shinjuku district, Park Hyatt Tokyo is the ideal luxury destination in Tokyo where guests can enjoy a 360-degree view of the bustling city and Mount Fuji. Occupying the top 14 floors of a 52-story tower, the hotel offers guests an unparalleled level of comfort and personalized service as well as top class gourmet dining options at the heart of this vibrant city. Designed as a private urban residence by the late Pritzker Prize-winning architect Dr. Kenzo Tange and interior designer John Morford, Park Hyatt Tokyo is distinguished in its modern interior design, private art collection and acclaimed restaurants, spa and fitness center. Guest rooms are spacious and serene, each offering walk-in closets and high-tech amenities, and all are appointed with original artwork, exquisite woods and fabrics and books for reference and pleasure. Dining options are plentiful at Park Hyatt Tokyo. Guests can either enjoy a 360-degree view of the city from the iconic New York Grill & Bar on the 52nd floor, or savor world-class, authentic Japanese cuisine overlooking Mt. Fuji at Kozue. The hotel also features Girandole, a French Brasserie, and The Peak Lounge & Bar on the 41st floor atrium where guests can go for a relaxing afternoon tea, a glass of Champagne or original cocktails. On the ground level, you’ll find Delicatessen and Pastry Boutique, offering a wide range of homemade items.

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    Nights  3-4

    Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort & Spa

    Hakone, Japan

    Located in the midst of the resort region of Hakone, an area noted for its natural hot springs, the Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort & Spa extends a warm welcome to travelers seeking a natural experience in the green foothills of the Fuji Hakone Izu National Park. Generously sized guest rooms, highlighted by contemporary design, offer balconies or sun rooms, 32-inch TV with cable / satellite channels and DVD player, marble bath, coffee maker, hairdryer, safe and Japanese cotton robes. The Spa Izumi and Onsen Halone feature separate soothing hot springs baths for men and women. The Dining Room, a provincial restaurant with an open kitchen and relaxing views, features authentic French and Japanese cuisine. The Living Room, with its delightful outdoor terrace, serves a wide selection of coffees and teas, snacks and light meals during the day and cocktails in the evening.

    Tauck Guests enjoy complimentary Internet access in guest rooms!

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    Night  5

    Tobira Onsen Myojinkan

    Matsumoto, Japan

    Tobira Onsen Myojinkan sits 1,050 meters above sea level, nestled in Matsumoto in Japan's Nagano Prefecture, surrounded by the beautiful natural environment of Yatsugatake Chushin Kogen Quasi-National Park. Established in 1931, Myojinkan has a rich history of welcoming visitors from all over the world to enjoy bubbling hot springs amidst a tranquil and remote natural environment. The onsen's relaxed, modern Japanese interiors integrate effortlessly with the traditional Japanese furnishings to create an ambience of total relaxation in both Japanese-styled and western-styled guest rooms. Tobira Onsen Myojinkan combines the elements of a traditional Japanese inn with all the creature comforts of a luxury hotel. At Tobira Onsen Myojinkan, experience true Japanese hospitality amdist the unique beauty of the four seasons – the serenity of murmuring brooks, tranquil birdsong, conifers swaying gently in the breeze, and snow covered vistas – and feel life's stress and tension simply melt away.

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    Nights  6-7

    Hotel Nikko Kanazawa

    Kanazawa, Japan

    The luxury accommodations of Hotel Nikko Kanazawa combine an elegant European atmosphere with the beauty of the four seasons, conveniently located in front of JR Kanazawa Station and within walking distance of some of the most famous tourist spots in Kanazawa, Japan. At 130m, it is the tallest hotel in the Hokuriku area. Comfortable, well-designed guest rooms offer air conditioning, satellite / cable TV , radio, coffee / tea making facilities, minibar, telephone, hairdryer, bed slippers, and luxury bath amenities. Dining options at the hotel include European cuisine at La Plage, Chinese cuisine at Toh-Lee, traditional Japanese at Benkay, Teppan grill at Icho, and several bars and lounges.

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    Nights  8-11

    Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto or The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto (small group departures)

    Kyoto, Japan

    Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto
    Experience personalized, insider access to Kyoto's four-season delights within light-filled and spacious guest rooms at Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto. Double-height windows frame the hotel's tranquil garden as you enjoy modern European brasserie dining. Sip local craft beers on the waterside terrace; melt into bliss in the spa; or celebrate new beginnings in this fascinating city of contrasts. The hotel's amenities include an 800-year-old ikeniwa (pond garden), the poetic heart of the property, crossed by a glass bridge; two restaurants, a bar, lounge and tea house; indoor pool and whirlpool; a full-service spa with seven treatment rooms; and a 24-hour fitness center.

    The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto (small group departures)

    Located in the heart of a city famed for its Zen temples, palaces and gardens, the downtown luxury resort brings the unsurpassed elegance and renowned service of The Ritz-Carlton to Kyoto, while honoring the cultural heritage of the city through design; the hotel enjoys breathtaking views of the Kamogawa river and the Higashiyama mountains. The resort’s design concept is based on five key words and feelings: Utage (Festive), Seido (serenity and movement), Miyabi (elegance), Hana (splendid) and Nagomi (harmony). The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto makes use of a design that is in harmony with the historical neighborhood’s environment, while achieving a fusion of traditional and contemporary Japanese style sought to retain the character and aesthetic of a traditional Meiji house and courtyard into the architectural structure of the building to reflect the ancient culture of the city. Dine at The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto and explore the very best of both Japanese and Western cuisine, from exquisite multi-course kaiseki dinners to tempting French patisserie. Experience the pinnacle of Japan’s gastronomic art at Mizuki, serving four classic styles of Japanese cooking. At La Locanda, you can enjoy fine Italian cooking with a contemporary twist in a historic, century-old dining room. After your meal, relax with a cocktail at The Bar, featuring a 360º cellar with more than 400 wine selections. Serving tea and sweet treats by the French patisserie Pierre Hermé Paris, The Lobby Lounge is a delightful place for a light snack at any time of day. The Ritz-Carlton Spa offers a space for relaxation with a healing atmosphere, amid the comforting sounds of a flowing waterfall. Luxurious treatments incorporate spa products from ESPA, made from the highest quality botanical essences and marine actives. The Ritz-Carlton Spa offers seven treatments rooms including one spa suite, as well as a relaxation room, steam room, dry sauna and a 20-meter swimming pool. Interiors created by Peter Remedios Design Studio pay homage to the traditions of Japan, with patterned motifs created by local artisans and the incorporation of Zen gardens and water features, including a three-story waterfall positioned in the heart of the property. Mizuki, La Locanda and The Bar were designed by Design Studio SPIN infusing exceptional craftsmanship with traditional Japanese influences into modern spaces. The theme of the property’s extensive art collection is “The Tale of Genji,” the classic novel written by Murasaki Shikibu in the 11th century. In the public areas, the design attempts to recreate the atmosphere of the residence of Genji Hikaru, the protagonist of the story. 80 artists, mainly Kyoto’s local artists, have created a total of 409 works interpreting the delicate, graceful sentiment of Genji’s time for the contemporary world.

    Tauck Guests enjoy complimentary Internet access in guest rooms!

  • Extend Your Trip:
    (subject to availability)

    Many Tauck travelers prefer arriving at their destination a day before their Tauck journey begins, or often extend a stay at the end of their trip. As a service, Tauck will make hotel reservations before and after your journey.

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    Arrive Early

    Park Hyatt Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan

    An elegant oasis of space and calm in the heart of the Shinjuku district, Park Hyatt Tokyo is the ideal luxury destination in Tokyo where guests can enjoy a 360-degree view of the bustling city and Mount Fuji. Occupying the top 14 floors of a 52-story tower, the hotel offers guests an unparalleled level of comfort and personalized service as well as top class gourmet dining options at the heart of this vibrant city. Designed as a private urban residence by the late Pritzker Prize-winning architect Dr. Kenzo Tange and interior designer John Morford, Park Hyatt Tokyo is distinguished in its modern interior design, private art collection and acclaimed restaurants, spa and fitness center. Guest rooms are spacious and serene, each offering walk-in closets and high-tech amenities, and all are appointed with original artwork, exquisite woods and fabrics and books for reference and pleasure. Dining options are plentiful at Park Hyatt Tokyo. Guests can either enjoy a 360-degree view of the city from the iconic New York Grill & Bar on the 52nd floor, or savor world-class, authentic Japanese cuisine overlooking Mt. Fuji at Kozue. The hotel also features Girandole, a French Brasserie, and The Peak Lounge & Bar on the 41st floor atrium where guests can go for a relaxing afternoon tea, a glass of Champagne or original cocktails. On the ground level, you’ll find Delicatessen and Pastry Boutique, offering a wide range of homemade items.

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    Stay Later

    Park Hyatt Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan

    An elegant oasis of space and calm in the heart of the Shinjuku district, Park Hyatt Tokyo is the ideal luxury destination in Tokyo where guests can enjoy a 360-degree view of the bustling city and Mount Fuji. Occupying the top 14 floors of a 52-story tower, the hotel offers guests an unparalleled level of comfort and personalized service as well as top class gourmet dining options at the heart of this vibrant city. Designed as a private urban residence by the late Pritzker Prize-winning architect Dr. Kenzo Tange and interior designer John Morford, Park Hyatt Tokyo is distinguished in its modern interior design, private art collection and acclaimed restaurants, spa and fitness center. Guest rooms are spacious and serene, each offering walk-in closets and high-tech amenities, and all are appointed with original artwork, exquisite woods and fabrics and books for reference and pleasure. Dining options are plentiful at Park Hyatt Tokyo. Guests can either enjoy a 360-degree view of the city from the iconic New York Grill & Bar on the 52nd floor, or savor world-class, authentic Japanese cuisine overlooking Mt. Fuji at Kozue. The hotel also features Girandole, a French Brasserie, and The Peak Lounge & Bar on the 41st floor atrium where guests can go for a relaxing afternoon tea, a glass of Champagne or original cocktails. On the ground level, you’ll find Delicatessen and Pastry Boutique, offering a wide range of homemade items.

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