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Where to Stay in Tokyo?

Which Area in Tokyo is Best to Stay in? There really are no Best Tokyo Neighborhoods For Hotels.Tokyo is a huge city with great transportation options everywhere. Here are the various Hotels in Tokyo, each offering different entertainment and attractions for tourists.

The 10 Best Hotels in Tokyo


Hotel Claska

This Hip Hotel has just 2 floors with nine rooms, each with different low-key Japanese décor. The Hotel houses an Art gallery and one of the coolest bars in Japan.

Price: From $150

Rates and Reviews: Hotel Claska
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The Imperial

Price: From $350

Located near Ginza, across from the park and the Imperial Palace, this hotel offers great views and a wonderful running route around the palace grounds.
Close to business and many attractions (Imperial palace, Ginza shopping district and nightlife, Kabuki Theater, Tsujiki fish market). This classy hotel is known for very attentive service.

Rates and Reviews: The Imperial Hotel
See More: The Imperial Palace

Mitsui Garden – Ginza


Price: From $250

Modern, minimalist décor welcomes you at the lobby, yet the rooms are warm and earthy. Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of Ginza that is beautiful, especially at night. The lobby is on the 16th floor which is spectacular.

Located close to Ginza shopping street with its upscale shops, and a short walk from Kabuki theater, restaurants, Imperial Palace, and Fishmarket. Great value for money.

Rates and Reviews: Mitsui Garden
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Conrad Hotel

Price: From $400

This High-End Hotel has 2 fantastic restaurants in-house: Gordon Ramsey’s Restaurant and the Michelin Guide recommended ‘China Blue’. Located 5 minutes walk from Ginza shopping and entertainment district, and next to a subway station that connects you within minutes to Shibuya, Shinjuku, or Roppongi.

Rates and Reviews: Conrad Hotel
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Mandarin Oriental

Price: From $550

A striking skyline view from all rooms is granted. From the 38th floor lounge, you can see Mt Fuji. Service here is taken to another level. The entire staff knows your name, makes you feel welcome, and beckons to your every need.

The hotel is right next to a Subway station, with lines that connect you to most of the city Attractions.

Rates and Reviews: Mandarin Oriental Hotel
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The Ritz Carlton

Priced: From $550

The rooms are amazing. With panoramic vistas including even Mt Fuji. Everything is automated including the curtains. A large bathroom with a flat-screen TV. The hotel is 40 floors and includes a swimming pool on one of the highest floors (clouds floating by) and a pampering Spa.

Service is impeccable with little touches such as a card with tomorrow’s weather left in your room.

Rates and Reviews: The Ritz Carlton
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Peninsula Hotel

Price: From $500

The Glamorous Peninsula Hotel is right Opposite the Imperial Palace and just a three-minute walk to the upscale shopping and nightlife area of Ginza. Spacious rooms (complete with dressing room closet), filled with gadgets (including an espresso machine) and a large bathroom.

Pampering service and high-end Restaurants.

Rates and Reviews: Peninsula Hotel
See More: Ginza


Hotel Okura

Priced: From $380

For the Most Elegant Lobby in Japan. The hotel lobby was spared renovation, and the Design is a charming 60’th Architecture. The Bar holds the Romantic warmth of the pre-war era – my favorite place for a drink.

The limousine bus to and from Narita Airport also stops here.

Rates and Reviews: Hotel Okura


Four Seasons Hotel at Chinzan-So

Price: From $350

This hotel has a large 4 to 5 acres Japanese garden, which is very unique.

There’s a beautiful complimentary Japanese hot spring (Onsen) as part of their Spa. Mineral water is imported from one of the famous hot springs in Japan. Laying in the hot water with gold and red maple leaves above during autumn is bliss.

Rates and Reviews: Four Seasons Hotel at Chinzan-So


Four Seasons Hotel Marunouchi

Priced: From $350

A deluxe, Romantic Boutique style Hotel, with a Sophisticated modern charm. Suites and some of the Superior rooms have a unique view over Shinkansen trains leaving Tokyo station. Bathrooms are large, and the lights have a dimmer.

The hotel offers complimentary use of the traditional Japanese Onsen- simply heaven after a long flight. This hotel also has a room dedicated to people with special needs (wheelchair accessible shower and a phone that signals with light when ringing). Service is the kindest and most attentive you can imagine.

Rates and Reviews: Four Seasons Hotel Marunouchi
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Tokyo Trip Checklist

  • To make sure you have all the important things covered see my first-time-in-Tokyo guide
  • Get your 1,2 or 3-day Tokyo Unlimited Subway Pass to easily get around Tokyo
  • If you want to travel on bullet trains you can save big with a Japan Rail Pass. Here’s why is worth it.
  • You’ll need a prepaid sim or Portable WIFI to stay connected in Tokyo.
  • Check out my detailed Tokyo packing list to make sure you’re prepared.
  • The best site to book hotels in Tokyo is almost always Booking.com. And remember to book early, especially during busy times.
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