For just around US$150 per night, you can stay comfortably in Tokyo. Here I will list my top recommended Tokyo mid-budget hotels. I have personally visited all of them.

By Toshinori baba – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link For Tokyo accommodation, the mid-budget is ideal. If you can spend about US$150 per night, you will find a lot of hotels that are ideally located and comfortable in Tokyo. This page suggests some of the best business and mid-range hotels that Tokyo has to offer. Make sure to check the location of each one of them before you decide where you want to stay. All the hotels I’ve listed here are great to stay in, so make your decision based on the location you prefer.

For more information on the different areas in Tokyo go to Where to stay in Tokyo.

These are ranked in the order of my preference.

Best hotels in Tokyo!

Marunouchi Hotel

This hotel is my fav in terms of location, overlooking Tokyo Station. You cant ask for a more convinient situation in terms of transportation within Tokyo and to the rest of Japan. It offers more in style than what is typical in business hotels.

Book the Marunouchi Hotel.

Remm Akihabara Hotel

This is another ideally located hotel directly connected to JR Akihabara Train Station. Akihabara’s famous Electric Town is just a 2-minute walk away. The rates are extremely reasonable.
Book the Remm Akihabara Hotel.

Park Hotel

A completely different vibe from the above, this hotel located in Shiodome offers comfortable rooms with stunning views of Tokyo. The Akihabara buzzing area right at your doorstep, with restaurants and entertainment galore. The rates are extremely reasonable, offering great value for money.
Book the Park Hotel.

Royal Park Hotel the Shiodome

Located above the 24th floor and offering city and bay views in Shiodome.
Book the Royal Park Hotel the Shiodome.

Gate Hotel

Asakusa has more a traditional feel to it, one of the only neighborhoods in Tokyo were buildings have survived through earthquakes,bombings and fires. This hotel enjoys the best location of all the hotels in Asakusa just a 5-minute walk from Senso-ji Temple. The rooms are large and stylish.
Book the Gate Hotel.

Sunroute Plaza

This business hotel is very busy and popular. It is located extremely close to the busy Shinjuku Station. The prices are great for the location. It’s a wonderful place to stay in.
Book the Sunroute Plaza.

Hotel Ryumeikan

Another hotel located extremely close to Tokyo Station. It does everything right, a great central location for your stay in Tokyo.
Book the Hotel Ryumeikan.

Hotel Century

This hotel is located extremely close to Shinjuku Station. The rooms are outstanding, with wonderful views, and extremely reasonable rates.
Book the Hotel Century.

Great Business and Mid-Range Hotels in Less Central Locations

Here are a few more wonderful mid-range hotels.
The issue with these hotels is that they aren’t ideally located. Choose one of these if location isn’t particularly important to you.

Grand Arc Hanzomon

This hotel is near the Imperial Palace. It’s great to stay in but not ideally connected with the trains.
Book the Grand Arc Hanzomon.

Sheraton Miyako

This hotel is located in Shirokanedai. It is huge and offers great facilities. However, the location is inconvenient, but it offers low rates to make up for this.
Book the Sheraton Miyako.

Tokyu Stay

This is an apartment-style hotel. Its rooms come with washing machines. It’s ideal for longer stays. There are a few in Tokyo.
Book the Tokyu Stay Shinjuku
Book the Tokyu Stay Ginza.
Book the Tokyu Stay Shibuya.

Granbell Hotel

This hotel is close to Shibuya Station. The rates are reasonable, the rooms stylish.
Book the Granbell Hotel.

Tokyu REI Hotel

This hotel is near Shibuya Station. It’s a great business hotel and the rates are low.
Book the Tokyu REI Hotel.

Mitsui Garden

This business hotel is located in Ueno. It is upscale and the rates are good.
Book the Mitsui Garden.

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 And remember to book early, especially during busy times.
  • For travel insurance (which you need) Word Nomads offer great coverage in Japan and are highly recommended.

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