A capital city basked in both traditional and modern Japanese culture at every glance, Tokyo’s diverse neighbourhoods all have a unique charm ready to be discovered and endless places to stay to provide you with the base to do so. Japan’s reputation for good hospitality, politeness and cleanliness holds true for a lot of its hotels around the country but finding the right one to suit your budget and requirements can be as hard as navigating the Tokyo train system without a map. That’s why we have curated a list of a variety of the best hotels in Tokyo’s most desirable areas so you can find the perfect spot to set up camp for your unforgettable time in Tokyo.
Shibuya is a mecca for Japanese modern culture lovers. Excitable young shoppers litter the streets while workers and tourists alike shuffle across the famous Shibuya Crossing to make their way to one of Shibuya’s numerous addresses to eat, drink or party. Found right in the center of the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, Shibuya is one of the most convenient places to stay on your visit. Not only does Shibuya offer you everything on your doorstep but Shibuya Station is a principal station that offers easy access to other popular spots around Tokyo, including Shinjuku, Harajuku and Ebisu in less than 10 minutes.
Take a look at these 22 varying hotels in Shibuya with something to fit everybody’s budget and style.
Found between a myriad of attractions and the more peaceful Tokyo Bay, Shinagawa is the perfect spot for those who like to be close to the action but within reach of the sea. Shinagawa Station is a handy station found on both the JR Yamanote line and other train lines, including the Shinkansen.
These 29 hotels around the diverse Shinagawa area offer a number of sophisticated stays as well as more traditional and relaxing options for those looking for an authentic Japanese experience.
Shinjuku offers the lively streets and neon lights we all dream of seeing around Tokyo. However, alongside the buzzing streets of Shinjuku lie calmer areas including the beautiful Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. Home to the largest station in the world, Shinjuku’s labyrinth of train lines will whizz you off to other parts of the city in no time.
You’ll be set to explore Tokyo to the full if you stay at any of these 29 hotels in Shinjuku, where you’ll find everything from outdoor pools, capsule hotel rooms and even a giant Godzilla head.
Roppongi is one of the most popular districts in Tokyo thanks to its vibrant nightlife and countless bars and restaurants. Staying in Roppongi itself means you’ll never miss an exhibition at Roppongi Hills, and you’ll always be in the heart of the action. Stay in Roppongi if you’re looking for an exciting stay in Tokyo’s hottest nightlife district!
Akasaka is a central part of Tokyo not far from the Tokyo Imperial Palace and within easy access of some of the most popular sightseeing spots of the capital. While Akasaka is known as a business and residential district, staying in Akasaka lets you take a step back from the rush of Tokyo life in order to enjoy a moment of calm.
Take a trip to one of these recommended 26 hotels in Akasaka for quality and good service in a tranquil setting.
There’s no such thing as a Tokyo-hater thanks to the city’s numerous neighbourhoods, each with its own style, atmosphere, and list of activities. With something up everybody’s street, you’re sure to find the perfect place to stay in your own ideal Tokyo street.