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FIRST CABIN Ichigaya
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"First Cabin a great place with top notch facilities and extremely courteous staff. I wish the spa water was a little hotter, but that's a minor quibble. The major problem is snoring - if capsule hotels in general could do anything to dampen the nightly, incredible, floor-shaking snoring, I'd be back. Until then, I'm putting out the extra money for a wall."
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8.8

Excellent

1337 reviews

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$ 26
Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"Everyone should try the capsule hotel experience at least one night when visiting Japan. So did I and picked this hotel based on the reviews on Agoda and couldn't be happier! The hotel is located in a 8 story building in Kabukicho, Shinjuku and it's very easy to get there. The reception is in floor 3, a common area for men & women with kitchen, restaurants, vending machines and internet café is located in floor 4. Floor 5 is used for day use capsules while the night capsules for men are located in floors 6 & 7. Women can stay in floor 8, separated from men. Staff was super nice and welcoming (contrary to some opinions here), they tried to help me from the very beginning and the people I talked to spoke fairly good English. Although customers are assigned a small locker with enough space to leave the clothes in a changing room, bigger luggage can be stored on some shelves present in both the changing room and in front of the reception. Don't be scared of leaving your items there, this is Japan and everybody respects your belongings. The place is clean and the capsule is much bigger than pictured!! Inside there is a control panel for the light, alarm, air conditioner and television, a power socket and a mirror along with the pillow and a duvet. All capsules have a curtain than can be opened/closed for privacy and but beware that some noises can come inside if other guests speak loudly (usually don't). The hotel also has a traditional Japanese bath (onsen) and sauna. Don't forget to try it before you leave! Checkout time is at 10 am and luggage cannot be stored after checking out. I had a great experience at Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel and will definitely come back in my next trip to Tokyo."
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7.8

Very good

2976 reviews

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$ 26
The Global hotel Tokyo
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"The Global Hotel was very well situated, walking distance from many interesting spots in Shinjuku. Hotel staff was great and helpful, reception is open 24 hours and they speak good English. The facilities are clean, the restrooms and showers as well. As it was my first time in a capsule hotel, I was afraid that I wouldn't sleep well. I actually slept very well and the hotel was very quiet, the guests respectful. Quite a few international travellers stayed there. There is a socket to charge your phone etc in each capsule, an alarm clock, and you are provided with keys to a complimentary locker. The breakfast provided was minimal (water, banana, a bit of bread) but its free so just happily take it !"
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8.1

Excellent

439 reviews

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$ 23
Do-c Shibuya Ebisu
Ebisu,Tokyo - View on map
"Aside from the fact that the entrance of do-C Ebisu is on the second floor, which means you have to carry your luggage up; this capsule hotel is a two thumbs up for me. Facilities are always kept clean. Bed sheets are replaced daily. Lockers provided are secured. Common areas are well-maintained. Toiletry bags are given every day. Staff are all friendly and accommodating. And a bonus is the sauna and cold shower! I'm definitely checking in here again when I go back to Tokyo!"
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8.2

Excellent

849 reviews

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$ 30
nine hours Akasaka sleep lab
Akasaka,Tokyo - View on map
"The capsule hotel is in Akasaka which is a pretty cool area with a good amount of restaurants and bars. The staff all speak English well and helped me with a few things. The place is immaculate clean and modern. I have stayed at other places in Tokyo and this is the best yet. Negatives: The pillow is actually really bad. If staying for more than 1 night I suggest buying your own. Check out time is 10am - 1pm. You can keep your stuff in the lockers which is cool. It's just 10am is pretty early imo if you're out drinking the night before. I think they should change the times to 12-3pm instead 10-1pm. Apart from that it was a really good place."
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8.5

Excellent

915 reviews

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$ 26
Nine Hours Otemachi - Imperial Palace
Akihabara,Tokyo - View on map
"Look no further if you're looking for the most modern looking capsule hotel in Tokyo. Nine hours hotels will always be my choice for a budget stay."
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8.4

Excellent

724 reviews

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$ 34
Spa Resort President - Male Only
Ueno,Tokyo - View on map
"Great way to experience traditional Japanese Capsule. It has a TV lounges, a room full of manga comics, restaurant, spa and onsen (perfect to relax after a long walk). This might be an old facility, but the capsules itself has everything from alarm, TV, blackout curtain and arm rest for use while in sitting position if you decide to read comics or watch TV . Highly recommend to try this first for first timer in Tokyo. Bear in mind this is a spa capsule used by salary men after a long day from work. Don't expect hotel accommodations here. On our next visit in Tokyo, me and my son tried a newer capsule designed for millennial, definitely even though its new they lack some of amenities this facility have to offer. I'll definitely be back."
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7.6

Very good

266 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 15
Spa & Capsule Hotel GrandPark-Inn Kitasenju
Adachi,Tokyo - View on map
"For first time travelers to Japan whose not use to the train system, i would not recommend this hotel unless your used to taking a lots of public transportation and can learn fast. This hotel is located 30min out of the main area. If your use to Tokyo station as your main hub or taking the Shinkansen into Tokyo station, You have to use Ueno station or take the Shinkansen into Ueno station than switch to the JR Joban line, to get off JR Kita-Senju station (google map users Kitasenju station) To get back to the main stations lines, go to JR Kita-Senju station take the Joban line and switch to the Yamanote line to get around the main Tokyo spots its not really a big deal but again, its 30min out of your way. Overall, it was a good place, the employees were nice, did not speak English to well, but did there best. Again with Spa & Capsule Hotel GrandPark-Inn they the kept the place warm, this one in Kitasenju was some time cool, wish it was more cool."
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8

Excellent

292 reviews

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$ 29
Ueno Station Hostel Oriental I
Ueno,Tokyo - View on map
"This was my first time staying in a capsule hotel purely out of necessity, I rather reluctantly booked this for 3 nights thinking I was going to hate it but I had no other choice. This was one of the best hotel choices I've ever made whilst in Japan! This Capsule hotel is located right in the middle of Ueno's Ameyoko shopping street, a great little area to stay that is close to the subway. It has this great feeling of a day spa, with a nice big onset and sauna all part of the experience. There is a large TV room with these awesome leather lazy boy air chairs, and a separate quiet room with air chairs with personal tv's attached. There is also a massage facility on hand 24hrs a day (at extra cost) Food facilities are available through the use of vending machines which can pump out hot dogs, noodles, burgers and beer. The capsules themselves are pretty good; not uncomfortable but simply a place to sleep and nothing else. You must stay here even if only for one night if you come to Tokyo. The only warning I can give is that if you are a non-smoker you may be bothered by the smoking in the TV areas and changing rooms."
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8.4

Excellent

2603 reviews

Rembrandt Cabin Shinjuku Shin-Okubo
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"This hostel can walk easily from station, have a nice view at front desk and also have free space."
8.6

Excellent

79 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 20
FIRST CABIN Ichigaya
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"First Cabin a great place with top notch facilities and extremely courteous staff. I wish the spa water was a little hotter, but that's a minor quibble. The major problem is snoring - if capsule hotels in general could do anything to dampen the nightly, incredible, floor-shaking snoring, I'd be back. Until then, I'm putting out the extra money for a wall."
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8.8

Excellent

1337 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 26

Fast facts about Tokyo, Japan

Accommodations150 properties
Popular hotelFIRST CABIN Ichigaya
Popular areaShinjuku
Nightly rates from$9
AirportNarita International Airport
Reasons to visitShopping, Sightseeing, Culture

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Tokyo?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo is USD 54. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo is USD 88. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo is USD 222.

What's the average price of a hotel in Tokyo this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo this weekend is USD 59. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo this weekend is USD 99. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo this weekend is USD 242.

What's the average price of a hotel in Tokyo tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo tonight is USD 54. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo tonight is USD 86. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo tonight is USD 240.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo near Haneda Airport?

Verified travelers to Tokyo who stayed near Haneda Airport have given top reviews to Hotel JAL City Haneda Tokyo, Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu and The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo near Sensoji Temple?

Verified travelers to Tokyo who stayed near Sensoji Temple have given top reviews to Red Planet Tokyo Asakusa, Asakusa Tobu Hotel and Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo near Ameyoko Shopping Street?

Verified travelers to Tokyo who stayed near Ameyoko Shopping Street have given top reviews to Almont Hotel Nippori, Mitsui Garden Hotel Ueno and Hotel Wing International Select Ueno-Okachimachi.

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What are the best hotels in Tokyo for couples?

Couples who stayed in Tokyo have given high ratings to KOKO HOTEL Tsukiji Ginza, KOKO HOTEL Tsukiji Ginza and APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari.

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What hotels in Tokyo have the best views?

Verified travelers to Tokyo have given top reviews for the views at Hotel Century Southern Tower, Dormy Inn Global Cabin Asakusa and ONSEN RYOKAN YUEN SHINJUKU.

What hotels in Tokyo have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Tokyo have given top reviews for the breakfast at Dormy Inn Tokyo Hatchobori, Ginza - Natural Hot Spring, Richmond Hotel Asakusa and Andon Ryokan Hotel.

What's the best neighborhood in Tokyo to stay in?

Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Tokyo include Shinjuku, Ginza and Tokyo Disney Resort.

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