Feb 19, 2019 - Feb 20, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
There is always something interesting to see and do in Japan's capital city of Tokyo. Between the busy Ginza shopping district, the exquisite Senso-ji Temple in the Asakusa area, the many wonderful parks, museums, and recreational spots, you will never have a dull moment in this city. There are thousands of Tokyo hotels to choose from in this bustling town that has more than 20 district wards. Let Skyscanner help locate the right Tokyo hotel for your needs.
If seeing the Imperial Palace is on your must-see list for Tokyo, consider staying at Hotel Monterey Lasoeur Ginza, as it's a 15-minute walk away. Also within walking distance from this Tokyo hotel is Tokyo Station and Tsukiji fish market. Just a couple of minutes' walk away is Chuo Dori shopping street where the luxury Mitsukoshi department store is located. If you wish to be close to buzzy, lively nightlife, Shinjuku Granbell Hotel is located in Shinjuku. Here, you'll be a few minutes' walk away from shopping, clubs, bars, and restaurants of Kabukicho. Asakusa is where Sensoji, a popular 7th-century Buddhist temple, is located. There is also the Nakamise, a shopping street that offers traditional, local snacks and souvenirs. Staying at the Pearl Hotel Ryogoku in Sumida places you close to the Edo-Tokyo Museum and the Sensoji Temple.
Tokyo can be a very expensive city to visit, but you can find hotels with a good value, such as Kimi Ryokan Hotel which has a great location near the Ikebukuro train station, enabling you to easily find transport links throughout the city. A cheap Tokyo hotel can cost as little as $36 per night and up. You can also look into staying in Ikebukuro, near Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space and Sunshine City Shopping Mall when you stay at Hatoya Hotel.
I felt safe even alone at night. I love the nightlife as well as fashion. I studied abroad for 3 months and even that was not enough time. I'm going back this year!
Went with friends for a week and can’t wait to go back. Felt welcomed from the minute I stepped off the plane. There is so much organization compared to home. I didn’t know any Japanese (will make sure I learn next time) and still was able to navigate Tokyo by myself.
cool trip with my friends. Little bit pricey but you need to visit it. especially if you're in to sub-culture.
It's a safe city with loads to see, from the modern to the traditional. Spend some time I'm. The various shrines to recharge your energy.