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Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza gochome
Ginza,Tokyo - View on map
"Really nice hotel that is a little away from the busy Ginza area but close enough to get to the main shopping areas. Subway just across the road and if you are taking the limo bus services from airport, the Marriott courtyard stop is just a few hundred metres away. Plenty of food around with a nice little noodle/rice place just next to it. Breakfast was great with a choice of sushi/japanese/western set. Stayed in the moderate deluxe with two twin beds which are big enough to sleep 2 adults and 2 kids under 7. Only downside is that they don't offer concierge services so you will need to take your luggages to your room on your own. Which was a bit of a hassle as we travelled with two young kids which luggage and strollers. Definitely will stay here again if in Tokyo. "
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8.9

Excellent

1859 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 108
Mitsui Garden Hotel Ueno
Ueno,Tokyo - View on map
"In Ueno, there aren't many decent star rated hotels, this is one of the rare few. From Keisei skyline station (assuming you arrive at Narita airport), it's only a 10 minute walk, or a very short taxi ride (no more than 600 yen, or less). Hotel has room at decent size (for Japan), very clean, very helpful staffs at check in. Bed is comfortable with great pillow, room temperature can be adjusted by yourself. So it won't be to warm in winter like some other hotels in Japan with central air conditioning. Best thing is the location. Being in Ueno, you are in a very interesting part of Tokyo, with lots of choices for good food and some of the best bargain shopping in Tokyo. The nearby Ueno park is a great destination in itself for a full day of exploring, cheery blossom viewing, zoo with panda, art gallery, opera house, museums, several different temples to to boost. Ueno JR station is a great hub to explore the rest of Tokyo, metro train to nearby Akakusa. JR train to Tokyo for the bullet train etc. Going to and from the airport could not be easier, a straight 38 minute train ride only! Mistui garden is truly an ideal place to stay when in Tokyo for many reasons."
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8.6

Excellent

4566 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 63
Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Shinagawa,Tokyo - View on map
"The Shinagawa Prince is one of the largest hotels in Tokyo 3700 rooms..It is convenient located 2 minutes walk from JR Shinagawa Station..The staff are extremely polite and helpful it has free computer access on the 7th floor in the annex for those who don't carry a laptop.with a variety of restaurants nearby..I found it good value for money after traveling to Japan for over 40 years..Shinagawa itself is central to Tokyo and having a Shinkansesn stop at the station is a plus for those traveling on."
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8.2

Excellent

7169 reviews

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$ 99
Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo
Ginza,Tokyo - View on map
"We stayed in a corner twin room that faced the Mitsukoshi Dept. Store. We had gorgeous views of Ginza. The hotel is very new, just opened last year. The design is very modern, clean and smartly thought out. I appreciated how the shower is separated from the toilet and the sink. There is a empty mini fridge to keep all one's personal items cold without having to hassle w/overpriced stocked drinks. They have a Nespresso machine with half a dozen different coffee capsules from which to choose. They are delicious. Not to be outdone is the drip coffee pouches they supply. I almost dismissed it as being low quality just because it came in a foil bag. I was absolutely wrong. It made the best hotel room coffee I've ever tasted. This being Japan, the service is never less than solicitous and efficient. Someone is there to greet/help you at the entrance, the reception desk, the elevator, etc. Check in and out procedures never took more than a couple of minutes. WiFi was signal was strong throughout the building (at least all the areas I visited ) if not as fast as at home but download speeds were acceptable as long as you aren't streaming a lot of video. The hotel had a lot of nice touches such as a currency exchange ATM, stamps for postcards, electrical outlets at the bedside, soft linens, a dehumidifier, daily morning newspaper delivery, etc. We stayed in mid-January for 2 nights and paid the extremely low rate of $200/night which included tax and service fees. I can't see any other hotel in Tokyo coming close to this in value (and I've stayed in several so I speak from personal experience). "
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8.9

Excellent

4257 reviews

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$ 108
Sotetsu Grand Fresa Tokyo-Bay Ariake
Odaiba,Tokyo - View on map
"Brought my family there (wife and 2 6yr old kids) to Tokyo to visit Tokyo Disneyland and other parts of Tokyo. Hotel staff are friendly and very responsive to any service requests I had (ie, extra pillows, blanket, etc) Loved the free Internet terminals at the lobby with free printing (they use Sony workstations) as it help with my planning of the various sites in Tokyo. There's free Internet in the rooms but I did not bring my notebook along. Took a twin single bed room. Was able to get both my kids to sleep in 1 bed while my wife took the other. I slept on the floor with the help of the extra blankets and pillows. The location is good for us as we went to Tokyo Disneyland (they have free Disneyland shuttle bus service as a Disney Friends hotel)for 2 days, spent another 2 days in various part of Tokyo city and spent 1 day at the malls near the hotel (1 train stop away) Breakfast was taken care of by buying food from the 24hrs convenience store on 2nd floor. There's a nice cafe at the train station nearby and other various cafes, restaurants, fast food in the TFT building opposite the hotel. Overall, if you plan to bring your family to Tokyo Disneyland and later still visit other parts of Tokyo, I would recommend this hotel to you."
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8.3

Excellent

3005 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 95
Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu
Shibuya,Tokyo - View on map
"The Shibuya Excel Hotel was my first stay in Tokyo Japan. I must say it was the most wonderful experience. The Hotel is brilliantly located, has the best views, lovely and clean and tidy and very quiet. Very relaxing to return to after a busy day exploring this wonderful part of the world. The staff are great ambassadors for Japan and maintain that lovely warmth, respect and friendliness of all Japanese people. I have no hesitation in recommending the Shibuya Excel to anyone who is looking for a reasonably priced, comfortable hotel in Tokyo. The longer you stay the better!!!"
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8.5

Excellent

5060 reviews

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$ 154
JR Kyushu Hotel Blossom Shinjuku
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"Looking for a hotel is one of the most arduous and critical decisions one makes when one travels. There are so many considerations to be made. In my last trip to Tokyo from the 26th of February to the 4th of March. I found the one hotel I will be staying in every time I visit Tokyo. That hotel is JR KYUSHU BLOSSOM HOTEL SHINJUKU! I absolutely love this hotel. First, the location is key. It is right off the JR Shinjuku Station. Just take the Koshu Kaido exit then turn left and follow the road down. The hotel is less than 5 minutes away in a small quiet alley right off the main road. This is ideal because it makes it quiet. The lobby is big and clean and the rooms are bigger than the average Tokyo hotel room size. The bathroom though is MY FAVORITE thing about the room. I'm actually thinking of redesigning my bathroom to look like the bathroom in this hotel. What I would love though is if the hotel had a small fitness center. The internet was fast and reliable. I love this Hotel!"
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8.8

Excellent

6881 reviews

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$ 135
Shinjuku Washington Hotel - Main Building
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"When we arrived, we realized that our booking put us all on smoking rooms. The helpful staff managed to put us on non-smoking but we still need to stay two nights at smoking rooms as at the time they have no non-smoking room for the whole duration of our stay. We found that the smoking room has better bed with some sort of memory foam or latex foam lining on top. The hotel is about 10minutes walk away from the JR Shinjuku station. For us it is not a long walk and we think it is a good distance but not too far because Shinjuku station is very busy. There are two mini marts and there are plenty of restaurants too on the hotel premises. You can find several more between hotel and Shinjuku station. Rooms are clean, although a bit small as most other hotels in Tokyo are. Sometimes the wait time for the elevator can be quite long although there are six elevators. Our first local tour's meeting place (Yakoso) is right at the hotel and airport Limousine bus can take us directly to the hotel and we can purchase return tickets to airport right at the hotel as well. This is a big plus because we have quite a few luggages. We think this is the most convenient hotel we have stayed. Distance from the JR station is just right and you can find quite a selection of food at the hotel too: Japanese, Chinese, Western, even an Indian food restaurant."
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7.6

Very good

7068 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 76
Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier
Tokyo Station,Tokyo - View on map
"We booked 2 night stay tryingsttrying for the 1st time at Mutsui hotel chain. We were very impressed with the spacious room for Tokyo standard, nice reception, right above JR station Shin-Nihonbashi and also the subway station Mitsukoshi Mae. We stayed at Daiwa Roynet before and few other Japanese chains and the rooms were smaller as expected for Tokyo standard. The great experience was destroyed by Ms Yamagechi, the front desk staff when we approached her to notify her that we're very closed to check out time and we would go up to collect our luggage and check out. We expected her to be appreciative of our proactiveness. However, instead, she gave the unhappy look that we passed the regular check out time which we told her the hotel has agreed to extend 1 hour for us. Not only that, not looking interested to continue the conversation, she's like 'Hurry up!" We're totally appalled with her attitude. She's in hospitality industry but yet she's so hostile. We expected more friendliness from Japan and she just took us by surprise. To the Management of Mitsui Garden Nihonbashi, please ensure you send Ms Yamageshi for customer service and hospitality training. Despite the unpleasant experience by the staff, the hotel is a really nice one, spacious to stay and I'll highly recommend it. Nihonbashi is a business district, much quieter as compared to Ginza or Shinjuku and if you prefer less touristy nice quiet neighbourhood, this is perfect. There're nice restaurants around the hotel too. "
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9

Exceptional

1623 reviews

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$ 121
Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel
Shibuya,Tokyo - View on map
"Could not have asked for a better hotel right next to the Shibuya crossing. Everything was a couple minutes away. Room was quiet and while it was small (which is expected for hotels in Tokyo), the location could not be beat. I will definitely consider these guys again on our next trip to Tokyo. Staff were friendly and attentive with our requests and our room was clean and tidy. Free Wifi was excellent for us (so not sure why people were leaving negative reviews about it) and free bottled water everyday during our stay was a nice touch. Thank you Shibuya Tokyu Rei Hotel for our great experience"
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8.4

Excellent

3869 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 81
Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza gochome
Ginza,Tokyo - View on map
"Really nice hotel that is a little away from the busy Ginza area but close enough to get to the main shopping areas. Subway just across the road and if you are taking the limo bus services from airport, the Marriott courtyard stop is just a few hundred metres away. Plenty of food around with a nice little noodle/rice place just next to it. Breakfast was great with a choice of sushi/japanese/western set. Stayed in the moderate deluxe with two twin beds which are big enough to sleep 2 adults and 2 kids under 7. Only downside is that they don't offer concierge services so you will need to take your luggages to your room on your own. Which was a bit of a hassle as we travelled with two young kids which luggage and strollers. Definitely will stay here again if in Tokyo. "
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8.9

Excellent

1859 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 108

Fast facts about Tokyo, Japan

Accommodations11,183 properties
Popular hotelKOKO HOTEL Tsukiji Ginza
Popular areaShinjuku
Nightly rates from$9
AirportNarita International Airport
Reasons to visitShopping, Sightseeing, Culture

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Tokyo?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo is USD 54. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo is USD 88. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo is USD 222.

What's the average price of a hotel in Tokyo this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo this weekend is USD 59. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo this weekend is USD 99. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo this weekend is USD 242.

What's the average price of a hotel in Tokyo tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo tonight is USD 54. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo tonight is USD 86. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo tonight is USD 240.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo near Haneda Airport?

Verified travelers to Tokyo who stayed near Haneda Airport have given top reviews to Hotel JAL City Haneda Tokyo, Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu and The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo near Sensoji Temple?

Verified travelers to Tokyo who stayed near Sensoji Temple have given top reviews to Red Planet Tokyo Asakusa, Asakusa Tobu Hotel and Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo near Ameyoko Shopping Street?

Verified travelers to Tokyo who stayed near Ameyoko Shopping Street have given top reviews to Almont Hotel Nippori, Mitsui Garden Hotel Ueno and Hotel Wing International Select Ueno-Okachimachi.

What are the most popular hotels in Tokyo?

What are the best hotels in Tokyo for couples?

Couples who stayed in Tokyo have given high ratings to KOKO HOTEL Tsukiji Ginza, KOKO HOTEL Tsukiji Ginza and APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo for families?

What hotels in Tokyo have the best views?

Verified travelers to Tokyo have given top reviews for the views at Hotel Century Southern Tower, Dormy Inn Global Cabin Asakusa and ONSEN RYOKAN YUEN SHINJUKU.

What hotels in Tokyo have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Tokyo have given top reviews for the breakfast at Dormy Inn Tokyo Hatchobori, Ginza - Natural Hot Spring, Richmond Hotel Asakusa and Andon Ryokan Hotel.

What's the best neighborhood in Tokyo to stay in?

Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Tokyo include Shinjuku, Ginza and Tokyo Disney Resort.

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More about Tokyo

The city of Tokyo is perched on the Japanese island of Honshu and is a beautiful clash of tradition and the futuristic. Exploring the wonders of this city is made all the more enjoyable with a hyper-efficient rail network connected the city’s 23 wards. The vast majority of Tokyo hotels are within a few minutes’ walk of a train station or two, meaning visitors to this city have less time to worry about how to get around and more time to enjoy themselves. The JR Yamanote train line boasts the city’s most popular areas.

The business traveler could very well find themselves settling into the Shinjuku area with executive class hotels. The younger crowds make their way to the shopping and nightlife area of Shibuya with its trendy bars and fashionable shopping. In the Harajuku area, visitors will find a more fashionable atmosphere with boutiques aplenty. Meiji Shrine is an excellent cultural attraction in an evergreen forest, and the tech-savvy will find a bit of paradise at Akihabara, an area famous for its incredible selection of electronics. Those traveling to Japan will most likely find themselves in Narita International Airport, the gateway serving international flights that is located about 60km from Tokyo.

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