Tokyo Accommodation: Where to stay in Tokyo, Japan
Last Updated on July 29, 2019 by Anita Hendrieka
Tokyo is a huge metropolis comprised of more than 20 district wards, so, if you are in Tokyo first time, it can be quite challenging to find a convenient place to stay. The city has a mix of modern and traditional attraction, so deciding on the neighbourhood that suits your travel can be quite overwhelming. Overall, the hotel standard in the city is excellent, so, chances are you won’t miss a hotel with everything you need; however if you want to find that ‘perfect’ accommodation for your budget, here is my top recommendations.
Wandering where to stay in Tokyo? Here are 6 of my best accommodation in Tokyo!
1. Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku
Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku is your best pick for those who want to stay at the centre of the city. Sunroute is just few minutes away from Shinsen-Shinjuku and JR station. It also near Shikuju Bus terminal if you prefer to take the bus out of town including Tokyo Disneyland like Kawaguchiko, and here you may spot mount Fuji.
The Rooms at hotel Sunroute plaza are for solo travellers; they call it a bright single room. The room is soundproof yet has sophisticated décor, so privacy here and comfort won’t be an issue. Here, you get to enjoy satellite TV and free Wifi, and there is an alarm clock in case you want to begin your trip early. Laundry facilities and vending machines as on site and luggage storage services are offered here. Safety deposits for valuables and airport shuttles are available, but they come at an extra fee.
2. Keio Plaza Hotel
Keio has a fascinating history; it is one of the first high rises Japanese hotel, and for more than five years in the 1970s, the plaza was the tallest in Tokyo. The hotel consists of two tower housing with an impressive 1400 guest room. The hotel has undergone numerous refurbishments, so its iteration is beyond most modern luxury hotels. Its nestled in the Shinjuku district, just a few blocks from Shinjuku stations, which makes it handy for travellers who wants to move around Tokyo. The quickest mode of transport from Narita airport is the Keisei Skyliner, but you can definitely find cheaper alternative public transportation.
You can book single rooms or those with club lounge privileges where you might find yourself straight up to the 45th floor. To have an awesome view of Tokyo city, make sure you request for rooms on higher floors during reservation. Regardless, the rooms décor is modern, smart, cohesive and by all mean they feel luxurious.
3. Park Hotel Tokyo
Park hotel is one of those affordable but luxury hotels in Tokyo. It also one of those hotels that have an art mecca; its entire floor is devoted to Japanese art. Park Hotel is surrounded by all people from all backgrounds, from salarymen to skyscrapers. The hotel doesn’t have the luxurious sheen of the city high-rise establishment, but its solid, attractive and a good option for those under a planned budget. The hotels offer plenty of excursions, including a visit to a small THANN spa that features a busting 90-minute massage. There are just about 273 rooms, which are clean-lined, complete with photographic artwork. The most eye-catching a place to stay may be the 31st floor where each floor features modern artwork. The 25th floor has many eateries. The art Lounge below the atrium serves western dishes.
4. Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo
Millennium Mitsui is one of the newest hotels in Tokyo. If you’re wondering where to stay in Tokyo then look no further. It is located just steps away from Ginza shopping, and unlike other hotels in town, it offers a 24 hours front desk services, free Wi-Fi access and on-site restaurants. Rooms in this hotel have air condition, so you won’t have to ask for air humidified when you want to control air quality. They are comfortable, fitted with Flat screen TV, and study desk, and other amenities.
Currency exchange is available at the front desk, and laundry services are provided at no cost. The hotel is strategically located just 2 minutes’ walk to Ginza subway station, and 1 minute walk to Higashi subway station. The fish market is just 10 minutes’ walk from the hotel and Haneda airport is just 40 minutes by train. If you want to take Narita airports, you can use express train rides.
5. Royal Park Hotel Tokyo
The royal park is one of the few hotels located in Nihonbashi district. If you’re wondering where to stay in Tokyo that’s perfect for an entire family then this is it. With its luxury accommodation, Royal Park is also a perfect venue for any meticulous traveller. Royal Pack is within walking distance of the Tsukiji fish markets, and it’s conveniently connected to more than two metro stations making it one of the few hotels easily accessible to the rest of the city. Royal hotels feature modern décors which work best for business travellers, but you can still find a small economy room with great views of the city even from high rise upper floor.
There are five restaurants including a cafe where you can get macrobiotic cuisine and plenty of other dining options. No pool or hot tub in this hotel, but you can enjoy a day of pampering at Mandara Spa. You can also be part of the health club in the hotel.
6. The Millennials Shibuya
If you are looking for adult only accommodation in Tokyo, then, the Millennium Shibuya hotel is your best pick. The hotel has a terrace and large rooms with free Wi-Fi. Each room has shared bathroom shared kitchen and a shared lounge for guests. Popular areas of interest include the Shibuya centre town, NHK Studio Park and Meini Jingu shine. One key attraction of the hotel is the fifth hotel which is home to more than 20 arts pods.
The hotel offers you a whole new experience than other popular hotels which make you feel you are in Tokyo. The sleeping pods in the hotel are cutting edge, and while they may not be large, they have perfect comfort. The hotel is not more accommodation than it is a lifestyle, but again you need to be above the age of 20. The nearest airport to this hotel is Haneda Airport which is about 1 mile.
There’s your guide on where to stay in Tokyo, Japan. Tell me below which hotel stands out the most to you!
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