11 best hotels in Tokyo
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|Popular hotel||Book And Bed Tokyo Shinjuku|
|Nightly rates from||$9|
|Airport||Narita International Airport|
|Reasons to visit||Shopping, Sightseeing, Culture|
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Room was clean, beds were very comfortable.
There are also many books to read on during the stay.
Staff are exceptionally helpful.
the rooms are really big and well-equipped and I would definitely consider this accommodation in future!
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The staff was EXTREMELY helpful and friendly.
Staff are very friendly and helpful.
The staff are very helpful.
Traveler impressions of Tokyo
i wasn't really attracted by Tokyo, people in there seems under huge pressure and all the places are tiny.
There are many shopping sight however they all closed early.
Tokyo has been one of my favourite cities around the world. Fashion there is really updated and modern.
Food is excellent
Great Shopping at low currency at the moments, excellent services from most restaurants with great food.
Pros: - No haggling - Japanese are always straight to the point - They mind their own business - I personally thinks that Tokyo is a very safe place to visit - Clean - Easy to travel around with Bus / Public Transport - IC Card is very convenient Cons: - We really think that they can include more benches for tourists - Having hard time locating restroom / toilet in public area especially if you're foreigner who doesn't speak Japanese - My personal opinion, most Japanese shows their frown expressions and aren't very helpful or friendly if you are a foreigner and has no benefits or becoming their potential client.
Overall, i am quite satisfied and happy trip to Tokyo during my honeymoon period and my Missus has already planning our next trip to Tokyo again.
Tokyo is an excellent city to visit. 5 days, at least, is recommended for staying here for the first time
Tokyo is an excellent city to visit. 5 days, at least, is recommended for staying here for the first time.
I loved this city. So much to do, and with the bullet train it is easy to get out and see more of Japan from this central hub.
If Tokyo is not on your bucket list, then get a pen.
I like to transportation systems especially Subways and Train that link and cover all areas even a bit confused in first time but I finally understand from day 2.
Nice place for shopping. Safety City!!
Tokyo is a vibrant city with around 13 million of residents. Having an application that could translate any languages to Japanese language is a must as most of the local peoples having a very limited English conversation.
There are many places to visit like Akihabara, Asakusa, Shinjuku, Shibuya and more.
Great city so you have to make your traveling day more than 5 days in order to explore all the attractions and spots.
I'll be back!
Tokyo is a lovely place to visit. There are loads of things to do in Tokyo; sigthseeing, food, amusement (Disneyland) and parks etc.
If you have more time, you should spend a couple of days to take short tours to outside Tokyo like Izu, Atami, Karuizawa, Nagano, etc.
, which can add more good scenery views where Tokyo does not have enough.
One of the best cities in the world I have visited. Great food and nice and cool weather during after October until March where you can occasionally get to see snow in the beginning of the year.
Your travel experience would change drastically if you know Japanese, in the better way, otherwise, consult google translate or pocket dictionaries for basic useful sentences because Japanese people do not speak English. You will find it hard to get used to their accent and sometimes the word they say in English might mean a complete different word in real English. For example, a Cooler might mean A/C or water tank depending on which type of English you are using, Japan or International's.
Must try foods: Chanko Nabe (Sumo Hotpot) - incredibly delicious, unexpected gem Okonomiyaki Izakaya foods - meat skewers Sushi and Sashimi - incredibly fresh and tasty Over-rated foods: Ramen - most we had weren't all that spectacular; almost similar to the ones at ramen champion in Singapore
I can never get enough of Tokyo. I will usually visit (and re visit) the 7 main areas: Shibuya, Harajuku (including Meiji Shrine), Omote-sando (in one day); Shinjuku (it merits a day by itself); Osiage, Asakusa Shrine and Sumida River cruise ending at Ginza.
The rest, if you have time, are Akihabara (Electronic geek and Anime). If you plan yourself well, you can slowly savour the distinct differences of each districts.
As a capital city of Ja[an, Tokyo is most popolous metropolis. Unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, culture and dining.
Amazing city, bustling with life no matter day or not. Every station in Tokyo is like a whole different world.
Shibuya station the times square equivalent of Japan; Akihabara station, the Geek central; Harajuku Station, home to the harajuku girls. Definitely a city not to be missed.
I like Tokyo for shopping and dining. I bought nice coats, cosmetics and chocolates. I like so much.
Lovely country. Lovely people. They are so polite and I fall in love with japan. Awesome country indeed! I will surely come again!
Tokyo is a very clean and friendly city. It's easy to go around as the transport system is very efficient.
Shopper's haven as you will find both the usual and the most unusual items. Food from off the streets to the most expensive diners are all good. Outside the city you can also find lots of nature trips. Everything you'd enjoy is here.
Great City To Travel. The people are very friendly and helpful indeed. Well connected by train, underground train and high speed train
Tokyo is one of the most famous cities in the world and it is a metropolitan city. It is very clean and vibrant, filled with all the Japanese passions.
It is a must visit city during visit to Japan. The city is very organised and transportation is easy to access everywhere in Japan. For foreigners can get JR Pass to explore Japan, which is very affordable price.
Very bit, modern, clean and safe. Plenty to see and do, subways excellent and reasonable price. Surprisingly, Tourists can get by with basic English.
Locals usually eager to help.
Plan your trips and places you want to visit. Purchase the card which you can use for riding the trains and buses.
Be sure to have mobile connection to keep track of the train schedules. Bring only few things with you. Don't travel with heavy luggage. You can buy in Japan in case you do not have enough clothes and other personal needs. Study few Japanese words that you think you would use more often.
I have been to Tokyo numerous times and it is one place that I always look forward to returning. Food is great whether it's a small ramen shop or a more upmarket teppanyaki dinner as the quality of food is always consistently good.
Lots of cute and interesting stuff to keep both the young and old entertained. The temples and shrines are beautiful and I totally recommend visits to the many gardens in the city.
Is a polite people's and good city to most visit,clean city and have a good transportation system provide,goods services provided.
Excellent food, warm people, definitely one of the best places I have ever been and looking forward to returning again.
Tokyo is very busy city, many peoples everywhere. They have a good food , full of culture, sightseeing.
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The place was quiet and very clean.
Huge hotel with onsen, shops, restaurants, pool and convenience store.
Traveled with 2 young children and this hotel made it very easy.
Super close to Shibuya Station and nightlife.
Staff is good service.
We chose this hotel for the location and the room size, and it delivered on both.
Restaurants on the third floor of the airport are also close for easy access.
The hotel was very clean and the staff extremely helpful.
The room is spacious enough, friendly staff.
Hotel was very clean throughout my stay.
It is my 2nd time staying around this area, even if it is in kabukicho it is really quiet.
Clean hotel room, it comes with washer and dryer to clean our clothes before we go home.
Couldn’t have been happier with the professionalism and open friendliness of the front desk .
I was staying in Moderate Twins room and the size is acceptable.
Clean room, comfortable beds, they provided water kettles and hair dryer.
Close to nightlife, restaurants, shopping.
A great respite from the hustle and bustle of Shibuya.
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.
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What hotels in Tokyo have the best views?
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.