Amidst the glistening neon lights of Tokyo’s streets stands a string of hotels that cater to every tourist’s needs.
It can be a tough choice, but here are our TOP picks for Tokyo hotels that will definitely suit your needs!
Best Budget Ryokan – Andon Ryokan
Established in 2003, Andon Ryokan was determined to revive the dying industry of Japanese Ryokans. Andon Ryokan allows guests to experience the authentic Japanese lifestyle, culture and hospitality. Conveniently accessible by many train stations, Andon Ryokan also provides a magnificent view of the Tokyo Skytree from their rooftop terrace. Creating a vibrant community of travellers, Andon Ryokan is the perfect place to relax and meet like-minded travellers from around the globe.
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Address: 2 Chome-34-10 Nihonzutsumi, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0021, Japan
Visit the Andon Ryokan site here.
Best Minimalist – MUJI Hotel
A household name that needs no introduction, the MUJI Hotel in Ginza is a minimalist’s dream come true. Located in the heart of Ginza, renowned shopping destinations are right around the corners. The mix of new age and old-school brings a unique vibe to Ginza that can’t be found anywhere else. Experience the true minimalistic of Japanese living right here at MUJI Hotel in Ginza!
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Address: 6F, 3-3-5, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Visit the MUJI Hotel Ginza site here.
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Best Value for Money – Wired Hotel
Every nook and cranny of Wired Hotel is skillfully crafted by local Asakusa Craftsmen – making it one of the best looking hotels in Tokyo. Wired Hotel also emphasizes the real Tokyo experience for its guests with the cultural and community events are held at the in-house cafe, Wired Chaya for guests from around the world to mingle together. Take in the amazing views of Tokyo on your balcony room as you fall in love with the city of lights!
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Address: Asakusa Kokono Club, 2-16-2 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 111-0032 Japan
Visit the Wired Hotel Asakusa site here.
Best Capsule Hotel – 9 Hours
Resetting your day to prep for the next, 9 Hours is the perfect capsule hotel for a quick stay. Capsule hotels have gained traction in recent years for its convenience and uniqueness and 9 Hours guarantees a well-rested stay without skimping on any details (other than your room size). The inspiration behind the name is simple – an hour for a shower, seven for sleep, and another to get yourself dressed. With seven locations throughout Tokyo, 9 Hours is easily accessible and provides guests with a fuss-free stay.
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Best Luxury Ryokan – Hoshinoya Tokyo
Located a stone’s throw away from Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace is HOSHINOYA Tokyo. In contrast with the modern exterior that sits perfectly in Tokyo’s skyline is a relaxed environment that stems from traditional Japanese hospitality. The bath halls sit on the top floor of HOSHINOYA, making it a divine experience beneath Tokyo’s skies. Outdoor bath halls offer visitors a perfectly framed view of the ever-changing skies with the open roof chambers framed by high walls. HOSHINOYA Tokyo brings out the true essence of a Japanese Ryokan and is a perfect choice an authentic Ryokan experience!
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Address: 1 Chome-9-1 Otemachi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0004, Japan
Visit the HOSHINOYA Tokyo site here.