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Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Sauna
  5. Spa
  6. Laundry service
  7. Safety deposit boxes
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
"Everyone should try the capsule hotel experience at least one night when visiting Japan. So did I and picked this hotel based on the reviews on Agoda and couldn't be happier! The hotel is located in a 8 story building in Kabukicho, Shinjuku and it's very easy to get there. The reception is in floor 3, a common area for men & women with kitchen, restaurants, vending machines and internet café is located in floor 4. Floor 5 is used for day use capsules while the night capsules for men are located in floors 6 & 7. Women can stay in floor 8, separated from men. Staff was super nice and welcoming (contrary to some opinions here), they tried to help me from the very beginning and the people I talked to spoke fairly good English. Although customers are assigned a small locker with enough space to leave the clothes in a changing room, bigger luggage can be stored on some shelves present in both the changing room and in front of the reception. Don't be scared of leaving your items there, this is Japan and everybody respects your belongings. The place is clean and the capsule is much bigger than pictured!! Inside there is a control panel for the light, alarm, air conditioner and television, a power socket and a mirror along with the pillow and a duvet. All capsules have a curtain than can be opened/closed for privacy and but beware that some noises can come inside if other guests speak loudly (usually don't). The hotel also has a traditional Japanese bath (onsen) and sauna. Don't forget to try it before you leave! Checkout time is at 10 am and luggage cannot be stored after checking out. I had a great experience at Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel and will definitely come back in my next trip to Tokyo."
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7.6

Very good

7263 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 48
Shinjuku Washington Hotel - Main Building
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Front desk [24-hour]
  6. Check-in/out [express]
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Cash withdrawal
"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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7.8

Very good

21502 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 149
Hotel Gracery Shinjuku
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Check-in/out [express]
  6. Luggage storage
  7. Cash withdrawal
  8. Shops
"on 12th July night, we approached the reception desk to ask about delivering one of my luggage to the next hotel in Tokyo while we are away for Kyoto for 3 days 2 nights. The receptionist was so helpful, he not only helped us complete the form which is best written in Japanese (and he's got really nice handwriting!), he also called the receiving Tokyo hotel to inform them about my request and confirm their address! He also patiently explained to us about the pricing. As this is our first time trying this luggage delivery arrangement, his help really put us at ease. His name starts with T (i really regretted not getting his name). We are really grateful for his help and service! Hotel wise, it's clean and in a peaceful neighborhood. The area is easy and nice to walk around. It was drizzling when we were there so the weather was so nice for us to stroll to and from Ginza + hotel. It's also v near Takaracho Subway Station which makes it really convenient"
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8.7

Excellent

16123 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 277
APA Hotel & Resort Nishishinjuku-Gochome-Eki Tower
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Spa
  7. Swimming pool [outdoor]
  8. Laundry service
"I have no expectation at all before check-in, because it shows the size of the room is extremely small in comparison with my past stay in other tokyo hotels. Nevertheless, its design and room setting were perfectly matching for my requirement, so I would definitely stay there again if I visit Tokyo shortly in future! And I would also definitely recommend it to my friends! BTW, the hotel staffs are also nice! Including cleaning staffs and the staffs at reception! "
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8.5

Excellent

4868 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 111
APA Hotel Roppongi SIX
Roppongi,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Coffee shop
  7. Laundry service
  8. Restaurants
"Roponggi Six-itchome APA Hotel is located in between roponggi omote-cando, shibuya, harajuku & ginza , is in central of the triangle area , very recommended for stay , and the hotel is very new & clean "
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8.1

Excellent

4773 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 106
Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Shinagawa,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Fitness center
  6. Tennis court
  7. Cash withdrawal
  8. Contactless check-in/out
"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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8.3

Excellent

18357 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 236
APA Hotel Shinjuku-Kabukicho Tower
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Spa
  7. Coffee shop
  8. Laundry service
"But what makes this hotel shine the brightest was its staff!"
8.1

Excellent

12846 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 143
APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi Ekimae
Asakusa,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Contactless check-in/out
  6. Spa
  7. Coffee shop
  8. Laundry service
"Stayed here for 6 nights. Good location right next to the elevator exit of Tawaramachi station, great to walk around the traditional neighborhood of Asakusa. Check-in process is a little bit weird with you having to enter your information on a touch screen. TINY room that barely allows you to put and keep your luggage on the floor all the time, with just a couple of hangers on the wall and no wardrobe. Being so tiny and with a window that does not open, the air can get a bit stuffy. Bed is comfortable, and staff cleaned the room everyday providing new toiletries and clean yukatas, that you can wear to sleep or to go to the public baths on the 14th floor (the best part of the hotel!). They are separated by gender, with a few individual seating showers to clean yourself before soaking in the big common baths (a big one indoor, a smaller one outdoor, and two individual outdoor baths), where you can socialize with other naked people. They include free breakfast in the Komeda Café downstairs, with 3 set options to choose from (best one is the toast with red beans). It's very nice and filling, but can get a little repetitive if you are staying many days. After our 6 nights stay in this hotel, we went to stay in another area of Tokyo for 3 nights, and on the last day we had to pass nearby this hotel to take the train out of Tokyo. It was early, we had some things to do around there, and we had a lot of luggage that didn't fit in the public coin lockers in Tawaramachi station, so we asked if we could leave them in the hotel for a couple of hours. They refused because we were not "currently" staying there, which I can kind of understand (even though we had just stayed there 6 nights!), but it would have been a nice gesture and avoid us the hassle to go to Ueno station to find bigger coin lockers. "
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8.8

Excellent

7398 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 102
Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza gochome
Ginza,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Contactless check-in/out
  5. Fitness center
  6. Spa
  7. Laundry service
  8. Restaurants
"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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8.8

Excellent

8006 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 278
APA Hotel Higashi-Nihonbashi-Ekimae
Tokyo Station,Tokyo - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Contactless check-in/out
  6. Coffee shop
  7. Laundry service
  8. Restaurants
"I travel to Tokyo every few months for business. This is the perfect hotel for that. Location is central, close to Ginza, Akihara, Tokyo station and only 15min to Shinjuku, 25 min to Shibuya. One step away from the metro station exit. Direct train from Haneda or Narita. Room is small but enough space (so do the other hotels in Tokyo), clean and modern. Bed and comforter is very comfy during the cold nights. Pillows are not like the western type that I know of (fluffy and kinna thick), they r very thin. But I get used to them. They provide enough amenities that you don't have to bring anything from home. Toothbrush, comb, body sponge, hairband are provided. Hairdryer, electric kettle with coffee and tea. They have the Japanese robe, yukata that I can use to sleep. So I don't normally bring pj. "
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8.4

Excellent

4251 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 72

Fast facts about Tokyo, Japan

Accommodations12,486 properties
Popular hotelShinjuku Washington Hotel - Main Building
Popular areaShinjuku
Nightly rates from$6
AirportNarita International Airport
Reasons to visitShopping, Sightseeing, Culture

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What are the most famous accommodations in Tokyo?

A few of our most popular resorts in Tokyo are APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari, remm Roppongi and Hotel Gracery Shinjuku.

What are the most suitable places to stay around Tokyo for business visitors?

Properties located in Tokyo which are exceptionally rated by business travelers are Shinjuku Washington Hotel - Main Building, APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari and remm Roppongi.

What are the top rated accommodations located in Tokyo for group tourists?

Accommodations around Tokyo that are very highly rated by group tourists are Shinjuku Washington Hotel - Main Building, APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari and remm Roppongi.

What places to stay in Tokyo are exceptionally rated regarding hygiene?

Hotelsaround Tokyo which is well rated with respect to hygiene include Artsy Inn東日本橋, SOLA HOTEL and Mokkoan.

What are the very best places to stay found in Tokyo with complimentary parking?

Hotels that has complimentary parking in Tokyo that are very highly rated include YUKIMARU in, YUKIMARU in and HOTEL EL SHINJUKU4.

What are the most suitable hotels located in Tokyo with restaurants?

Resorts which have restaurants around Tokyo that are very highly rated include CENTRALLY LOCATED IN SHINJUKU2 and Exsaison Kamata 101.

What are the very best resorts found in Tokyo which have bars?

Properties which have bars around Tokyo that are well rated include CENTRALLY LOCATED IN SHINJUKU2 and HOTEL SULATA Shibuya Dougenzaka (Adult Only).

What are the best wheelchair accessible hotels located in Tokyo?

A highly rated wheelchair-accessible resort in Tokyo is perfect location!new!ueno akihabara Ginza asakusa .

What's the best area for sightseeing in Tokyo?

Best districts with plenty of tourist attractions in Tokyo are Odaiba, Tokyo Station and Roppongi.

Is evidence of vaccination needed to enter Tokyo?

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination may be required to enter Tokyo from outside the country. For additional information, please speak to local authority or go to here.

Is covid test upon arrival mandatory for fully vaccinated travelers to enter Tokyo?

COVID-19 test may be required on arrival when entering Tokyo from outside the country. For up-to-date and detailed information on travel restrictons, remember to take a look at the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you hope to travel to, or go to here.

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10 Fun Facts About Tokyo You Probably Didn't Know

Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, is a fascinating place to visit. Here are ten fun facts about Tokyo that you might not know: 1. Tokyo is the world's most populous metropolitan area, with over 37 million people living in the greater Tokyo area. 2. Tokyo is home to the world's busiest train station, Shinjuku Station, which serves over 3.6 million passengers every day. 3. Tokyo has more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city in the world, with a total of 226 stars across 173 restaurants. 4. The Tokyo Tower, which was built in 1958, is 13 meters taller than the Eiffel Tower in Paris. 5. Tokyo has the world's largest fish market, the Tsukiji Market, where over 2,000 tons of seafood are sold every day. 6. The Tokyo Skytree, which opened in 2012, is the tallest tower in the world, standing at 634 meters tall. 7. Tokyo is one of the safest cities in the world, with a very low crime rate. 8. The Imperial Palace in Tokyo is surrounded by a moat that is over 15 meters wide. 9. The Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo is one of the busiest intersections in the world, with up to 2,500 people crossing at once during rush hour. 10. The bullet train, or Shinkansen, was first introduced in Japan in 1964 and can travel at speeds of up to 320 km/h.

Reasons Why Tokyo Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

Tokyo is a city that offers something for everyone, from its rich history and culture to its modern and futuristic architecture. Here are some reasons why Tokyo should be your next travel destination: 1. Tokyo is a city of contrasts, where ancient temples and shrines sit alongside modern skyscrapers and neon-lit streets. 2. Tokyo is a food lover's paradise, with a wide variety of restaurants serving everything from traditional Japanese cuisine to international dishes. 3. Tokyo is home to some of the world's best museums and art galleries, including the Tokyo National Museum and the Mori Art Museum. 4. Tokyo is a shopper's paradise, with everything from high-end luxury brands to quirky and unique boutiques. 5. Tokyo is a city that never sleeps, with a vibrant nightlife scene that includes everything from karaoke bars to jazz clubs. 6. Tokyo is a city that is easy to get around, with an efficient public transportation system that includes trains, buses, and subways. 7. Tokyo is a city that is safe and clean, with friendly and helpful locals who are always willing to lend a hand.

How to Go to Tokyo: A Comprehensive Guide

Tokyo is easily accessible from anywhere in the world, with two major airports serving the city: Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport. Here's a comprehensive guide on how to go to Tokyo: 1. By Air: Narita International Airport is located about 60 km east of central Tokyo, while Haneda Airport is located about 20 km south of central Tokyo. Both airports are served by a variety of airlines and offer direct flights to many major cities around the world. 2. By Train: Tokyo is well-connected to the rest of Japan by a network of high-speed trains, including the Shinkansen bullet train. The main train stations in Tokyo are Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station, and Shibuya Station. 3. By Bus: Tokyo is also well-connected by a network of buses that serve both the city and the surrounding areas. Buses are generally cheaper than trains, but can take longer to reach their destination. 4. By Car: Driving in Tokyo can be challenging, as the city has a complex network of roads and highways. It's generally easier to use public transportation or taxis to get around the city.

Top 5 Fun Things to Do in Tokyo for First-Time Visitors

If you're visiting Tokyo for the first time, here are five fun things to do that you won't want to miss: 1. Visit the Tokyo Skytree: The Tokyo Skytree is the tallest tower in the world and offers stunning views of the city from its observation deck. 2. Explore the Tsukiji Market: The Tsukiji Market is the largest fish market in the world and is a must-visit for foodies. 3. Visit the Sensoji Temple: The Sensoji Temple is Tokyo's oldest temple and is a popular tourist attraction. 4. Take a stroll through the Meiji Shrine: The Meiji Shrine is a tranquil oasis in the heart of the city and is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. 5. Shop in Harajuku: Harajuku is a trendy neighborhood known for its fashion boutiques, cafes, and quirky street style.

Why Book Your Tokyo Accommodation with Agoda.com

Agoda.com is the perfect place to book your accommodation in Tokyo. Here are some reasons why: 1. Agoda.com offers a wide range of hotels in Tokyo, from budget-friendly options to luxury hotels. 2. Agoda.com offers competitive prices and frequently offers discounts and promotions. 3. Agoda.com has a user-friendly website and mobile app that makes booking your accommodation easy and hassle-free. 4. Agoda.com offers 24/7 customer service, so you can always get help when you need it. 5. Agoda.com has a loyalty program that allows you to earn points and redeem them for discounts on future bookings.

The Best Time to Visit Tokyo: A Seasonal Guide

Tokyo is a city that can be visited year-round, but each season offers a different experience. Here's a seasonal guide to help you decide the best time to visit Tokyo: 1. Spring (March to May): Spring is a popular time to visit Tokyo, as the cherry blossoms are in bloom and the weather is mild. 2. Summer (June to August): Summer in Tokyo can be hot and humid, but it's a great time to experience the city's festivals and outdoor events. 3. Fall (September to November): Fall is a beautiful time to visit Tokyo, as the leaves change color and the weather is mild. 4. Winter (December to February): Winter in Tokyo can be cold, but it's a great time to experience the city's winter illuminations and enjoy winter sports in the nearby mountains.

10 Essential Tips for Travelers Visiting Tokyo

If you're planning a trip to Tokyo, here are ten essential tips to help you make the most of your visit: 1. Learn some basic Japanese phrases to help you communicate with locals. 2. Wear comfortable shoes, as you'll be doing a lot of walking. 3. Carry cash, as many places in Tokyo don't accept credit cards. 4. Respect local customs and etiquette, such as taking off your shoes before entering a home or temple. 5. Use public transportation to get around the city, as it's efficient and affordable. 6. Try traditional Japanese food, such as sushi, ramen, and tempura. 7. Purchase a prepaid SIM card or rent a pocket Wi-Fi device to stay connected. 8. Plan your itinerary in advance to make the most of your time in the city. 9. Be aware of the weather conditions and pack accordingly. 10. Take advantage of the city's free Wi-Fi hotspots, which are available in many public areas.

Where to Stay in Tokyo: A Guide to the Best Neighborhoods

Tokyo is a vast city with many different neighborhoods, each with its own unique character. Here's a guide to some of the best neighborhoods to stay in Tokyo: 1. Shinjuku: Shinjuku is a bustling neighborhood known for its nightlife, shopping, and entertainment. 2. Shibuya: Shibuya is a trendy neighborhood known for its fashion boutiques, cafes, and nightlife. 3. Ginza: Ginza is a high-end shopping district known for its luxury boutiques and department stores. 4. Asakusa: Asakusa is a historic neighborhood known for its temples and traditional Japanese architecture. 5. Roppongi: Roppongi is a popular nightlife district known for its bars, clubs, and restaurants.

What to Eat in Tokyo: A Culinary Journey

Tokyo is a food lover's paradise, with a wide variety of traditional Japanese cuisine and international dishes to choose from. Here are some must-try dishes when visiting Tokyo: 1. Sushi: Tokyo is known for its fresh and delicious sushi, which can be found at many sushi restaurants throughout the city. 2. Ramen: Ramen is a popular noodle dish that can be found at many ramen shops throughout the city. 3. Tempura: Tempura is a dish of battered and deep-fried seafood and vegetables that is a popular snack or meal option. 4. Okonomiyaki: Okonomiyaki is a savory pancake made with cabbage, seafood, and other ingredients. 5. Yakitori: Yakitori is a dish of grilled chicken skewers that is a popular snack or meal option.

Getting Around Tokyo: A Transportation Guide

Tokyo has an efficient and affordable public transportation system that includes trains, subways, and buses. Here's a guide to help you get around Tokyo: 1. Trains: Tokyo's train system is extensive and includes both local and express trains. The main train stations in Tokyo are Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station, and Shibuya Station. 2. Subways: Tokyo's subway system is also extensive and covers most of the city. The subway is a great way to get around the city quickly and efficiently. 3. Buses: Tokyo's bus system is less extensive than its train and subway systems, but can be a good option for getting around certain areas of the city. 4. Taxis: Taxis in Tokyo can be expensive, but are a good option for getting around the city late at night or if you have a lot of luggage. 5. Rental Cars: Rental cars are available in Tokyo, but driving in the city can be challenging due to the complex network of roads and highways.