Feb 27, 2020 - Feb 28, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to Stay in Tokyo
As a sprawling mass of a city, Tokyo is a unique experience awaiting the adventurous traveler. Despite its size, Tokyo can be enjoyed wherever you stay in the city thanks to a highly-efficient transport system - look out for the location of nearby subway stations in particular those on the Yamanote Line, also know as the Tokyo Loop line. For more inspiration read our guide to the Top 15 attractions and things to do in Tokyo.
Arguably the most popular area to stay when visiting Tokyo, Shinjuku is one of the Japanese capital's biggest transport hubs and located on the Yamanote Line. The area is a shopper's paradise with many electronic shops, large department stores and the city's renowned book store - Kinokuniya - alongside hundreds of dining options, while many of Tokyo's tourist sights are within easy reach.
With stunning view of the city and Mount Fuji, the Park Hyatt Tokyo Hotel is located in the heart of the vibrant business and entertainment area close to Shinjuku Station, Tokyo’s major transportation hub. And with all of the rooms situated above the 41st floor in this stunning skyscraper, wonderful views are guaranteed.
A stylish and modern hotel in the center of Shinjuku close to convenient public transport connections with JR Shinjuku Station and Seibu Shinjuku Station both within easy walking distance. As well as a wide variety of in-house dining options, the hotel also offers a floor dedicated to female guests.
Close to Shibuya and Harajyuku, this budget choice business hotel is just two stops on the subway from central Shinjuku. Among the amenities are a restaurant, bar, laundry services and a daily continental breakfast.
If being on the Yamanote Line isn't a priority, then visitors consider Roppongi one of the best places to stay in Tokyo. This trendy and cosmopolitan area scores highly for wonderful dining and great nightlife choices with plenty of attractions to keep you busy.
An elegant and welcoming hotel, the Ritz Carlton is a luxury choice in the Roppongi area with plush and well-appointed rooms and wonderful views of the city from the guest rooms and bar.
Refurbished in 2012, the Roppongi Hotel S is an ideal base from which to explore the area. To help guests get around, the hotel also offers a bicycle rental service and is a stylish boutique choice with touches of Japanese design and highly attentive staff.
Located in the modern Akasaka Sacas area of the city, this is a stylish three-star budget accommodation choice that includes a spa with its associated benefits and treatments. Just ten minutes from Roppongi, the hotel is also 500m from the nearest subway station.
With so much to see and do in Tokyo, take the time to choose the hotel that best suits your budget and needs by using our hotel finder for the best deals.
Way better experience here the Narita. Really easy to get to and simple to Navigate.
I very enjoyed my time there, i suggest to go to ueno and shopping at ueno, also try all the seven eleven food... it’s all amazing
The best time of my life in this trip to different Japanese cities: Osaka, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Nara Koyasan and Tokyo
I loved it. Technologically advanced but still old fashioned at the same time. Many things to see and experience and there is something for everyone. Old temples and shrine, a little bit of history and many shopping places. There are themed restaurants and cafes, modern world cousin and traditional japanese (far more than just sushi).