Map of Tokyo Hotels & Where to Stay in Tokyo
The Best Hotels in Tokyo
1. Tokyo Central Youth Hostel
Set on the 18th and 19th floors of a high-rise, this hostel is located a 2-minute walk from Iidabashi Station and a 15-minute walk from Tokyo Dome City. Amenities include coin-operated laundry facilities, a communal bath, vending machines, and breakfast (fee applies, and single-sex dormitory rooms with bunk beds and private rooms are available, all with access to shared bathrooms. The hostel has a nightly curfew between 11:00pm and 6:00am.
2. Hotel Edoya
Traditional hotel situated a 4-minute walk from Yushima Tenmangu Shrine and a 15-minute walk from Ameyayokocho Market. Western-style rooms and Japanese-style rooms are available, some with cedar bathtubs, and hotel amenities include complimentary breakfast, a restaurant, and indoor and outdoor baths.
3. K’s House Tokyo
Located a 1-minute walk from Kuramae Station, this cozy hostel has a shared kitchen and lounge area, a rooftop terrace, and coin-operated laundry facilities. In addition to private rooms, female-only and mixed dormitories are available, most with shared bathrooms.
4. Dai-ichi Hotel Ryogoku
Standard hotel with three restaurants and a coffee shop located a 1-minute walk from Ryogoku Station and a 2-minute walk from the Edo-Tokyo Museum. Japanese- and Western-style guestrooms are available, and some have sitting areas and views of the Tokyo Skytree.
5. Citan Hostel
Design-forward hostel with a cafe, a lounge with a food menu and weekend DJ sets, coin-operated laundry facilities, and a shared kitchen located a 2-minute walk from Bakuroyokoyama Station. Private rooms and dormitory rooms with bunk beds are available, and all rooms have access to shared bathrooms.
Modern ryokan-inspired hotel located an 8-minute walk to the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace and a 9-minute walk from Tokyo Station. Rooms feature a mix of traditional and contemporary decor, including deep-soaking bathtubs and tatami floors, and the hotel has complimentary breakfast, a restaurant, and hot spring baths.
7. Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Sleek luxury hotel located an 11-minute walk from Tokyo Station with several restaurants and bars, a 37th-floor spa, and a gym. Most rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, and some rooms feature walk-in closets, sitting areas, and views of Tokyo Bay or the Tokyo Skytree.
8. Shangri La Hotel
Adjacent to Tokyo Station, this classic luxury hotel has three restaurants, a bar, a gym, an indoor pool, and a spa. Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, smart TVs, and Nespresso machines, and some rooms include executive lounge access and BVLGARI toiletries.
9. Hotel Axas Nihonbashi
Serviced apartments featuring full kitchens, Apple TVs, and in-unit washers and dryers. Housekeeping is available upon request, and the property is located a 2-minute walk from the Tokyo City Air Terminal Bus Station and a 5-minute walk from Suitengumae Station.
10. Super Hotel Premium Tokyo-eki Yaesu Chuo-guchi
Affordable hotel located a 6-minute walk from Tokyo Station with on-site parking (fee applies), coin-operated laundry facilities, a communal bath, and breakfast available for a fee. Guestrooms have refrigerators, air purifiers, and desks.
11. Four Seasons
This luxury hotel near Tokyo Station is located a 4-minute walk from the Tokyo International Forum and within 10 minutes of the shopping district of Ginza. Spacious guestrooms include refrigerators and turn-down service; a restaurant, a bar, a full-service spa, a gym, bicycle rentals, and traditional baths are on site.
12. The Peninsula Hotel
Elegant luxury hotel with three restaurants, a lobby lounge serving high tea, a spa, a gym, and an indoor pool. All guestrooms include dressing rooms, desks, and TVs in the marble bathrooms, and the hotel is located a 2-minute walk from Hibiya Park and within a 10-minute walk of Ginza’s shops and restaurants.
13. Imperial Hotel Tokyo
Historic, Frank Lloyd Wright-designed hotel adjacent to Hibiya Park and within a 10-minute walk of high-end shops in Ginza. Hotel amenities include a variety of restaurants and bars, a fitness center and pool (fee applies), a tea ceremony room, a music room, child care facilities, and on-site parking, and guestrooms have air purifiers, refrigerators, and bathrobes, plus suites with sitting areas and espresso machines.
14. Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho
With direct access to Nagatachō Station, this high-end hotel has two restaurants, two bars, a spa, a gym, an indoor pool, and a club lounge. Guestrooms have in-room tablet devices, oversized windows, and standalone bathtubs, and the hotel is an 11-minute walk from Hie Shrine.
15. Super Hotel Lohas Akasaka
Basic hotel with coin-operated laundry facilities and a communal bath located 2-minute walk from Akasaka Station and a 16-minute walk from Tokyo Midtown. The efficient rooms have refrigerators and desks, and breakfast is available for a fee.
16. First Cabin Akasaka
Capsule-style hotel with single-sex floors, coin-operated laundry facilities, and traditional baths located a 1-minute walk from Akasaka Station. Each “cabin” includes a TV, a table, and a safe, and bathrooms are shared. Cabins cannot be locked, but they have privacy partitions.
17. Hotel Asia Center of Japan
Modern hotel with on-site parking (fee applies), coin-operated computer and laundry facilities, and a restaurant located a 6-minute walk from Aoyama-Itchome Station and a 10-minute walk from Tokyo Midtown. The compact rooms include desks and free bottled water, and some rooms can accommodate 3 guests.
Modern hostel with free breakfast and a cafe located 3-minute walk from Akasaka Station and an 8-minute walk from Tokyo Midtown. In addition to mixed and female-only dormitories, one traditional Japanese guestroom with tatami mats is available, and all rooms use shared bathrooms.
19. Hotel Okura Tokyo South Wing
Classic hotel with free parking, two restaurants, a bar, and a gym with an indoor pool (fee applies). The spacious guestrooms include desks and sitting areas, and the hotel is located a 4-minute walk from Kamiyachō Station and a 14-minute walk from the Tokyo Tower.
20. The Ritz-Carlton
Set within Tokyo Midtown, this sleek luxury hotel has a 45th-floor lobby, several restaurants, a spa, a gym, and an indoor pool. All guestrooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, marble bathrooms with double sinks, and Nespresso machines, and some include access to the executive lounge and Mt. Fuji views. Located a 10-minute walk from Roppongi Hills.
21. Hotel Arca Torre Roppongi
Adjacent to Roppongi Station, this no-frills hotel offers rooms with refrigerators, desks, and bathtubs, plus a bar on the ground floor. Located a 3-minute walk from Roppongi Hills and a 7-minute walk from Tokyo Midtown.
22. Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Located inside the Roppongi Hills complex, this high-end hotel is a 4-minute walk from Roppongi Station and a 9-minute walk from Tokyo Midtown. Hotel amenities include a spa, an indoor pool, a gym, an executive lounge, and 10 restaurants and bars, and guestrooms feature Frette linens, Nespresso machines, and deep-soaking bathtubs.
23. Park Hotel Tokyo
Next to Shiodome Station, this art-focused hotel is a 10-minute walk from Hamarikyu Gardens and a 15-minute walk from the shops and restaurants of Ginza. Hotel amenities include several restaurants, a gym, a spa, on-site parking (fee applies), and art exhibitions, and guestrooms feature THANN toiletries and city views.
24. Conrad Hotel Tokyo
Contemporary luxury hotel located a 6-minute walk from Hamarikyu Gardens and a 8-minute walk from Shimbashi Station. Facilities include a full-service spa, a gym, an indoor pool, and a variety of dining venues, and rooms feature double sinks, standalone bathtubs, desks, and mini-fridges.
25. Mitsui Garden Hotel Shiodome
Upscale hotel with a traditional bath, a restaurant with a breakfast buffet, and coin-operated laundry facilities, plus desks and Serta mattresses in every guestroom. Located an 8-minute walk from Hamarikyu Gardens and a 16-minute walk from the Tokyo Tower.
26. Shiba Park Hotel
Mid-range hotel with several restaurants, coin-operated laundry facilities, on-site parking (fee applies), and a Japanese cultural center with origami and calligraphy classes. Rooms have refrigerators and bathtubs, and the hotel is located an 8-minute walk from Zojoji Temple and a 10-minute walk from the Tokyo Tower.
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