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Open from June 2018 and located in the Shinagawa district of Tokyo, Mitsui Garden Hotel Gotanda is 2.2 km from Ebisu Garden Place and 3.9 km from Roppongi Hills. This 4-star hotel offers free WiFi. A very easy stay in a very good location, connected to most of the major attractions in minutes through Gotanda Station, which is on the hotel’s doorstep. The rooms are kept immaculately clean, the baths are deep, the water hot, and the daily delivery of freshly laundered pyjamas is a great touch. Having an Onsen (hot bath) on the top floor is a real bonus - Just grab a towel from the room and put on the hotel-supplies pyjamas then head to the roof to do as the people of Tokyo do. Staff are pleasant, although you won’t need to interact with them much after check in.
Set in the Tokyo Disney Resort district of Tokyo, Tokyo Bay Tokyu Hotel is 5 km from Tokyo DisneySea. Featuring a restaurant, the 4-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. I liked your hotel views, staff good manners, car and shuttle bus and cleanliness etc.
Situated in Tokyo, 400 metres from Hachiko Statue, The Millennials Shibuya is an adult only accommodation. The property has a terrace and rooms with free WiFi access. AMAZING place! Perfect location, great wifi and the entire business center you can use 24/7. If you are an entrepreneur who needs to work online this is the best place you can find in Tokyo. Super impressed and I will be coming back!
Located next to Jingu Stadium and a 6-minute walk from Gaiemmae Station, Nihon Seinenkan Hotel offers accommodation in Tokyo. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. It is a modern and very clean hotel, in a perfect location, just of the main sites of Harajuku (which is in itself already one of the nicer areas in Tokyo to stay). Subway station is at walking distance. Personel was very friendly and helpful. There even is public bath on one of the floors, that is worth a visit.
Opened in July 2017, Hiyori Hotel Maihama is located a 8-minute drive from Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Clean, friendly staff, there’s foot massage in our room, which was Super apt after Long day and hours spent queuing at Disneyland rides. There was also free cup noodle (First come first serve basis) after 9.30pm, my Friend and I love it! and they have this pick 2 gifts a days for the guest! My Friend and I love the disposables contact lens solution!
Open from December 2015, Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International is situated within a 1-minute walk from Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station. 1) This is easy to fine. 2) IT IS LITERALLY BEHIND DON QUIXOTE, A 24HRS SHOPPING BUILDING. 3) They are super helpful and will keep your luggage for you before and after check in/out 4) They can speak English! 5) There's a shopping area with Japanese goods and food IN THE BUILDING below the hotel (Hotel is level 5) 6) You need to use the machine to pay via cash or card after you checked in via reception. 7) Their toiletries smells great 8) Their washing machine does both wash and dry at one go (400 yen) 9) Their breakfast ARE SUPERB. A lot of foreign staff. Try the melted cheese on the bread. I forgot the name of the chef but he's from Ghana and he is wonderful (he's the guy in the picture in the hotel's picture gallery with the chef attire. 10) Literally fresh juice, they blend the grapefruit and you drink from the grapefruit 11) The pillows were great. Room was great and comfortable and super clean
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Centrally located in Shibuya, Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel offers spacious rooms with panoramic city views. Great location. You can take an airport limousine bus directly.
3.3 km from Tokyo Skytree, Nohga Hotel Ueno offers a 4-star accommodation in the Taito district of Tokyo. The property is set 3.7 km from Ryogoku Kokugikan National Sumo Stadium. The room is very comfy and the location is quite great!
Located just a 3-minute walk from Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station, the b asakusa is 400 metres from Sensoji Temple. Nice room, small but well designed. Very nice bathroom.
Open from September 2018, located within a 11-minute walk from Tokyo Station Nihonbashi Exit and 1.9 km of Japan Imperial Palace, Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier features accommodation with a... The room was very clean and comfortable and the small personal items were very much appreciated.
800 metres from Sensoji Temple, Hotel Gracery Asakusa provides a 4-star accommodation in the Taito district of Tokyo. The property is located 1.7 km from Tokyo Skytree and 1.8 km from Edo Tokyo... Hotel locate near Asakusa station easy to walk to subway station to connect to other attractions and...
Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo offers rooms in Tokyo. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Guests can enjoy shopping at Ginza Six, a 4-minute walk from the property. Location wise great! and great nearby restaurants
Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and spa centre, Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Premier Grand is set in Tokyo in the Tokyo Prefecture Region, 1.5 km from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. Upgraded to a suite. It was an amazing room, everything was clean and immaculate, bed super comfy.
Open from 5 October 2017, Hotel The Celestine Ginza offers accommodation in Tokyo. The property is set a 3-minute walk from Shinbashi Station on the JR Line and Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. This hotel completely exceeded our expectations.
Located in Tokyo, 2.8 km from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, GLOU Higashi Shinjuku has a garden and rooms with free WiFi access. Easy to get there, is a quiet housing area.
1.7 km from Roppongi Hills, ICI HOTEL Akasaka by RELIEF is set in Tokyo and features rooms with free WiFi. hotel is very clean. service was good.
Set in Tokyo, within 3.2 km of Ryogoku Kokugikan National Sumo Stadium and 3.6 km of Tokyo Skytree, 元 飯店(Moto Hotel) features free WiFi. The property is situated 4 km from Japan Imperial Palace. Free laundry machine. Full kitchen
Located a 6-minute walk from Ueno Station, Hotel Emit Ueno features a bar and furniture from ACME Furniture. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property. The Hotel is quite near Ueno station, in quiet place. It’s very good for sleeping.
Set in Tokyo, APA Hotel & Resort Nishishinjuku-Gochome-Eki Tower offers free WiFi. 1.4 mi from Meiji Jingu Shrine, the property is also 2.5 km away from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. It is just what I need for my solo trip in Japan!
Situated in Tokyo, 7 km from Tokyo Disneyland, APA Hotel TKP Tokyo Nishi-Kasai offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. I love the ambiance of the hotel. The staff were nice, friendly and we did not encounter problems.
Featuring a terrace, Uno Ueno is situated in Tokyo in the Tokyo Prefecture region, 3.6 km from Ryogoku Kokugikan National Sumo Stadium. Located <10min walk from 3 stations. Staff are helpful and friendly and speak English.
Conveniently centered between 3 different train stations, Hotel Felice Akasaka is just a 3-minute walk from Akasaka Station, 4-minutes away on foot from Akasaka-MItsuke Station and a 5-minute stroll... Very clean hotel. Also it was very modern and very comfortable.
The Barn Tokyo is set in Tokyo. In a prime location in the Taito district, this cosy hotel is located 1.5 km from Sensoji Temple. JR Yamanote Uguisudani Station is just a 4-minute walk away. Wonderful small hotel managed by mum and dauhter. Good localization.
Situated right in the heart of Marunouchi business district, Palace Hotel Tokyo is 5-star luxury accommodation boasting 7 restaurants, a spa and a free-access fitness centre and indoor swimming pool. Amazing hotel!!! Excellent service! Excellent breakfast! Room is big and super clean!
Situated a minutes’ walk away from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station of the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Marunouchi Line, The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho boasts free WiFi throughout the entire property. the room was better than expected. spacious. comfortable bed. modern.
Designed by Kengo Kuma, Capitol Hotel Tokyu boasts 3 restaurants, a 14th-floor indoor pool and direct access to 4 subway lines. Rooms are spacious for Tokyo and have city views. Great staff great ambiance great for my 12 year old - rooms generous to accommodate 3 - good...
Located at the heart of the downtown Roppongi area in Tokyo's tallest building, the 53rd-storey Ritz-Carlton offers elegant luxury high above Tokyo’s busy streets. The view was incredible. The club lounge was sublime.
Located a 11-minute walk from JR Shibuya Station, Trunk (Hotel) offers free WiFi throughout the property. A bar and 2 dining options are available at this non-smoking hotel. I was greeted at the front door by a staff member who knew my name! How can you get better than...
Less than 1 km from Tokyo Skytree, Smi:re Stay Oshiage is situated in Tokyo and features rooms with free WiFi. The property is located 3.3 km from Ryogoku Kokugikan National Sumo Stadium. Excellent location as it is just a few hundred metres away from the landmark skytree and metro...
Situated in Tokyo, 8 km from Tokyo Tower, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo Ariake provides rooms with air conditioning and free WiFi. very nice!!! Clean and comfortable. Next time I will be here again!
The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel and Mandarin Oriental Tokyo have received great reviews from travellers in Tokyo regarding the views from their hotel rooms.
These hotels in Tokyo are highly rated by couples: Hotel Ryumeikan Ochanomizu Honten, Palace Hotel Tokyo and The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel.
On average, 3-star hotels in Tokyo cost US$126 per night, and 4-star hotels in Tokyo are US$206 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Tokyo can on average be found for US$469 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs US$149 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Tokyo for tonight. You'll pay on average around US$205 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Tokyo will cost around US$440 (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo this weekend is US$276 or, for a 4-star hotel, US$439. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Tokyo for this weekend cost on average around US$991 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
Tokyo is great overall and needs no comment. Tons to see. Worthwhile. The surprising negatives? Air can be bad at times.Construction dust is bothersome, noise annoying in middle of night; hotel stays near underground construction may be unpleasant as construction may take place in twilight sleeping hours. Prefab-construction/flexible rooms results in overhearing of conversations in business meetings and hotel disturbance from next-door snoring. Shoddy rapid construction may look nice; appearances are everything it is said but not when you have a business event or need sleep. Concerned that legal standards may be being ignored, or standards are far too low.
So much to see and do and people are helpful and friendly. The APA kodenmachi was difficult to find but does have stations and convenience stores near. The hotel has no facilities to offer (bar/ lounge etc). Staff are reasonably polite and helpful but there are better places to stay. No obvious emergency exits. One elevator and one washing machine. Comfy bed but pokey room and worse pillows in the world.
As usual, tried to fit in too much! There is so much choice in food from convenience stores, street stalls, cute sit down cafes with tastey cheap meals, right through to high end restaurants. There is something for everyone. You could say the same for the accommodation. Cheap budget rooms, through to the more expensive 5 star hotels. I like to stay in mid range hotels, but have also stayed in a capsule. No matter where I have stayed, the staff have always been fabulous. Even if they don't have a lot of English, they try so hard to assist with anything! They take so much pride in their job, their appearance and the impression they make on travellers. The transport in Japan is amazing, but if you are not really familiar with the system, allow extra time for finding exits, line changes, booking tickets and generally just moving through the crowds. A JR Pass is a must if you are doing any trips on the Shinkansen. Or maybe just stay in Tokyo where there is much to keep you busy in places such as Ueno, Asakusa and Daiba. And the shopping - wow!!
There are so many great areas in Tokyo and so many interesting places to stay that it is hard to recommend a few. Tokyo is definitely a city you need to research before you get here. With many hotels and hostels ranging in price, the traveller should focus on staying in a location where they feel they will be comfortable staying in and venturing out from to see and experience the many things here. Once you do arrive and have a place to stay you should invest in a Suica card to get around the city by train, bus, and subway. The public transport is phenomenal with everything arriving on time and regularly and if you avoid rush hour you should be comfortable. For those who are otaku or tech-minded, Akihabara will be like a haven with many shops selling computers, video games, DVDs, anime, manga and electrical goods. For those who are all about high-culture, Ueno Park offers a selection of brilliant museums as well as an excellent green space. Shinjuku and Ginza are a shoppers paradise with so many stores and ateliers and restaurants. Speaking of restaurants, there are hundreds and if you wander down side streets you will find little gems. Food is tasty and relatively cheap if you are careful about where you go and the selection of food and drink is great (I will now judge restaurants and cafes based on whether they have coca cola floats or some delicious variation from now on). Traditional culture is on display everywhere, you just need to keep your eyes open and maybe wander around for a bit. Trendy areas such as Shinjuku will have shrines tucked away by skyscrapers. Overall Tokyo is great. You can travel directly to places or walk around and see where your wandering takes you. Tokyo is endlessly interesting.
I am overwhelmed at how polite everyone was, courteous, friendly, helpful trying to understand what I was asking for. The accomodation was unlike anything I had experienced before down to heated toilet seats and music choice if you didn't want anyone to hear you attending to your business. The bed and pillows were comfy, food delicious and change of menu free buffet daily including Japanese and western food and as much as you liked. Fresh fruit and cappuccinos pastries to die for. Eateries surrounding the hotel served food so tasty better than I have had anywhere else in the world. Shopping amazing and you feel like royalty when being served especially in the large department stores. I'm definitely going back. Sleep late up late shops open til 8 pm and beyond. Streets very clean and people can see if you appear lost and just walk up to you and see if you need help. Japan made me feel special. Loved it .
First time visitors to Tokyo need to understand that hotel rooms are TINY and EXPENSIVE. However, that alone is not a reason not to visit. It's still worth a visit, just be prepared to dig deep into your pockets for accommodation. Eating can be relatively affordable. Steer clear of hotel restaurants if you are on a budget. Go local for dining, there are restaurants on nearly every street and they need not cost you a fortune. There is much to see especially right now - cherry blossom time.
8.9 Fabulous 1,607 reviews
Wonderful! Convenient and comfortable. Right by the Skytree (it is clearly visible from the hotel) and has a free bus to the Disney resort. Accessible (JR and subway line) and with a direct connection to the airport by train and an airport limousine bus too! The train lines connect directly to Tokyo Station, Shinjuku and Shibuya, and there are many restaurants, eating places and shops around the area. Staff were extremely helpful and kind. Good value for money. I rate this hotel 10 stars **)
8.7 Fabulous 1,575 reviews
This is my second time stayed here during my holiday and this hotel still my favorite hotel in Tokyo. The room size is bigger compare to most Tokyo’s hotel, the room facilities is good, a lot of choices for amenities and toiletteries, location very near to train station, convinience store, restaurants, and shopping center but not too crowded like any other place (such as shibuya or shinjuku). Very value for money. And last, the staff really friendly, helpful and they can speak English quite good.
8.3 Very good 6,728 reviews
Location close to shinjuku station, great bakeries, shoppings, etc. perfect for those who want to explore Shinjuku. 30 mins to Tokyo station (for shinkansen). They have all the amenities and pajamas like other hotels in Japan, plus washing (JPY 300) and drying machine (JPY 100). Easy to catch a taxi outside hotel. They also have assisted us to send our luggages to airport. We didnt get the best price though so book early as this hotel is very popular.
8.2 Very good 4,764 reviews
It was a cross the street from Nishishinjuku Gochome Station which was very great. It was also near the 64 Bus Stop from Shibuya. There are several convenient stores a few meters around the hotel. There are some restaurant that opens till midnight that are near the hotel. All of this was superb. It is also not too far from the Government Building and Shinjuku Chuo Park. You could just walk there from the hotel.
8.8 Fabulous 1,341 reviews
As it was my first time going to a capsule hotel, I thought it would be a bit uncomfortable. However, the hotel was very comfortable and the location was very convenient to travel to places such as Harajuku or shibuya and it was close to great food places to shop and eat. The facilities was beautiful and the hotel supplied all our toiletries. The environment of the lobby was very relaxing and pleasant.
8.1 Very good 501 reviews
Location location location. Right next to Ueno station which is on the green JR train line. Perfect for seeing all the main places (Akihabara, Harajuku, Shinjuku, Shibuya). Plus Ueno itself has some great attractions & shops. Lots of places to eat - convenience stores, bakeries, restaurants. The hotel itself is a great base and the staff are so friendly and helpful. Happily stay there again!
8.6 Fabulous 639 reviews
This hotel is directly on the Ginza line, giving you access to Shibuya, Shinjuku, Harajuku and all of Japan’s craziness pretty much at your door step (and a 25 minute train ride). Stay here, you won’t regret it; it’s cheap and quiet. The local neighborhood has plenty to offer and it’s easy enough to get to the tourist spots by subway.
8.4 Very good 379 reviews
I like that the hotel is very near everything. Just few minute walk to shibuya crossing. If walking is your thing, Harajuku and shinjuku areas are also accessible. You can also walk to yoyogi park to see the sakura. Water, tea and and basic toiletries in the hotel are free. Staff were really friendly.
7.4 Good 1,819 reviews
The room was clean. Location good and accessible to popular places like Shibuya, Harajuku, Shinjuku, Asakusa and Ueno. Many eateries, cafes, drugstores and convenience stores around hotel. 5mins away from airport limousine bus stop. Jus alight from bus, cross the road and walk a bit. Very convenient
7.9 Good 1,280 reviews
- Staff is very helpful and friendly - Location was amazing because it is in a quiet area and feels very local compared to other big hotels at big stations (e.g shinjuku or shibuya) - 3 minute walk from tamachi station and the walk is enjoyable. - Room is very clean and quiet, easy to sleep in.
9.1 Superb 271 reviews
I have stayed at so many hotels in Tokyo and this has to be my favourite, Friendly staff, excellent location, very well designed space with a great concept. It is very hard to find such an excellent hotel in this part of Tokyo where you can walk to Shibuya, Aoyama and Harajuku.
9.0 Superb 1,722 reviews
The view of the room was excellent. We could see both the Skytree and Tokyo Tower as well as the night scene of Shibuya. The room and the bed were really large, much larger than we had in other hotels in Japan.
8.1 Very good 917 reviews
The size of Japanese-style room is bigger than the standard size of room in Tokyo. The room is clean. The hotel location is within walking distance around 10 minutes from JR Shinjuku
7.6 Good 2,445 reviews
Staff is very friendly and helpful. The view is excellent from the 11th floor on the river side! There are more APA hotels around Tokyo, you can choose close to any locations!
8.5 Very good 2,415 reviews
This hotel is convenient for Shinjuku in a leafy area by a park. Bicycles for hire are great value and good quality. Relaxed bar area and terrace.
8.7 Fabulous 3,952 reviews
This is among the best capsule hotels in Tokyo, it has separate sections for men and women so couples can spend the night in the same place.
8.5 Very good 1,179 reviews
Stayed here for the second time and honestly I don’t see myself staying in another capsule hotel while in Tokyo. I loved everything!
8.1 Very good 1,502 reviews
Me and my husband loved everything in Shibuya Tobu Hotel, it's so perfect!
8.6 Fabulous 5,425 reviews
Location is GREAT! Walking distance to anywhere in Shinjuku. The room is small but comfortable.
8.5 Very good 4,607 reviews
Great hotel! Great staff, great location! Very clean!