Best Places To Stay In Tokyo

By Travel Noire


Tokyo is one of the biggest cities in the world so it’s important to choose a good area to stay in. Not only will you want a good choice of restaurants and shops nearby to satisfy curious taste buds, but you’ll also want to be close to a rail station. The most important elements to consider when deciding where you’ll stay include the nearby services, the attractiveness of the area, as well as transportation.

Hilton Tokyo

The Hilton Tokyo offers spacious rooms and good views at reasonable rates. Although this Hilton is a walk from Shinjuku Station, this is a popular hotel. The rooms are large, comfortable and a great place to relax after a long day exploring. The room feature nice Japanese touches and some great views. They do offer a shuttle to Shinjuku Station, which is about at 15 minutes walk from the hotel. The Hilton does offer some of the best rates of the luxury hotels in Tokyo.

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo

This is a large hotel with European touches and features a Japanese garden. As long as you don’t want to be in the middle of all the action, Chinzanso is a good choice. The Chinzanso combines European design with Japanese touches in a Western-style building. It is located in Bunkyu-ku, northeast of Shinjuku.

The downside of this hotel is its inconvenient location. To get to the nearest train station will require a long walk or a taxi The rooms are large and classic European. The hotel also offers great value. As long as you don’t mind the location, this is a good choice.

Hotel Sunroute Higashi Shinjuku

This hotel is in East Shinjuku, next to a subway station, so it is conveniently located and competitively priced. The Sunroute chain is one of the best hotel chains in Japan. In addition to on-site dining, there are several restaurants and shops nearby. As it is located so close to the subway, you will have no problem with transportation to anywhere in the city.

JR Kyushu Hotel Blossom Shinjuku

Located just steps from Shinjuku Station, this hotel is an excellent midrange value. Clean and efficient, the JR Kyushu Hotel Blossom Shinjuku is one of the better hotels in the city, especially if you are on a budget. This hotel has a Kyushu theme with Japanese touches throughout. You can easily walk to the station in less than five minutes due to its close proximity, plus you’ll find an infinite selection of shops and restaurants nearby.

Park Hyatt Tokyo

This hotel is located atop a towering building in west Shinjuku and features beauty, luxury, and fantastic views of the city. The Park Hyatt is one of Tokyo’s most iconic luxury hotels. Along with spacious, beautiful rooms, there are several restaurants, a bar, and a stunning pool to relax in. It’s difficult to find a more luxurious hotel that the Park Hyatt in Tokyo.

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