Japan’s largest and most well known city is its capital – Tokyo. Tokyo is a sprawling metropolis full of breathtaking modern skyscrapers and a jungle of flashing neon. Tokyo is located on the eastern coast of Honshu Island and next to Tokyo Bay, and is amongst the world’s most important economic centres. With fast bullet trains, a huge subway network, a truly chaotic rush hour, areas of concrete jungle, historic temples, the Imperial Palace and many enormous shopping arcades, Tokyo has everything that you would expect from a modern, cutting-edge world city.
Below is our list of the 10 most popular hotels in Tokyo; a list compiled using a variety of factors such as guest reviews and ratings, location, occupancy, price and overall value for money.
Most Popular in Tokyo
A part of the Shidome Media Tower, the Park Hotel Tokyo provides visitors with easy access to main local business events. Some such events are the Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo International Exhibition Center, and the Nippon Convention Center. The hotel is also within walking distance of the Ginza shopping district and the Tsukiji fish market…more.
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Shiba Park – The Shiba Park Hotel Tokyo is situated on a peaceful, tree-lined street in the central business district. This Tokyo hotel is within walking distance of the famous Zojoji Temple and Tokyo tower. There are other temples and shrines located nearby, as well as restaurants…more.
Best Western Shinjuka Astina – Guests at the hotel will find that they are only a short walk from nearby bars, banks, and shops. They will also be able to find nightclubs in the vicinity of this Tokyo accommodation. Travelers can visit popular sites such as Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Tower, the Bridgestone Museum of Art, and the Tokyo Imperial Palace…more.
Hotel Okura – Located in the heart of Tokyo, the Hotel Okura Tokyo is in an ideal location for business and leisure travelers alike. Tourists staying at this Tokyo hotel are a short walk away from being able to enjoy the excitement of the Kasumigaseki, Ginza, and Akasake areas. The Tokyo Tower and the Imperial Palace are also nearby…more.
New Otani Hotel – The New Otani Hotel Tokyo is surrounded by a tranquil 10-acre Japanese garden that dates back to the 16th century. This Tokyo hotel is close to many shopping, business, and entertainment areas providing guests with many things to do and see. Some local attractions include Ginza, Shinjuku, the Imperial Palace, and the Tokyo Dome…more.
The B Akasaka Hotel – Located in the heart of the Akasaka area, which is one of the major business districts of Tokyo, the hotel is approximately a 10 minute walk from some of Tokyo’s most popular spots. Guests staying at the B Akasaka Hotel Tokyo may be interested in visiting the local Tokyo International forum…more.
Keio Plaza Hotel – The Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is located in the bustling Shinjuku area. This Tokyo hotel is right across the street from the Tokyo City Hall Observatory, and minutes away from the Tokyo Opera City and the Meiji Shrine. The Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is just a 5 minute drive from the Shinjuku Train Station…more.
Akasaka Excel Hotel – Sitting in the heart of Tokyo, the Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyo is close to both the business and entertainment areas. Guests Are a short walk away from the Imperial Palace, Roppongi Hills, and Ginza. There are a variety of shops, boutiques and restaurants located close by…more
Grand Palace Hotel – The Grand Palace Hotel Tokyo is located in the center of downtown Tokyo, near the transportation network. This Tokyo hotel overlooks the vast Imperial Palace Gardens. Some attractions that guests will have within walking distance are the Grand Palace and National Museum of Modern, as well as the Shinjuku entertainment center…more.
Ana Intercontinental – Given its easy access from Tokyo underground stations, government agencies, and financial institutions, the luxurious ANA InterContinental Hotel Tokyo is ideal for business travelers. Guests may also be interested in visiting the Imperial Palace, Senso-Ji Temple, and the Mori Art Museum, all of which are nearby. The Ginza shopping district is also a short distance away…more.