Where to stay?

Tokyo is a wonderful city, with awesome sightseeing, shopping and gourmet hotspots for you to experience. Touring every part of the city is practically impossible, especially if you are visiting for a short period of time. Therefore, choosing the perfect accommodation is key to enjoying your trip. Before you decide where to stay, read through this article for some suggestions on areas and accommodations that could improve your experience in Tokyo.

Hotel Ryumeikan Ochanomizu Honten

Hotel Ryumeikan Ochanomizu Honten has continuously offered a luxury experience of Japanese hospitality to guests for more than a century. Guests experience different aspects of the Japanese culture in one location: from Kyusu to tatami mat flooring to geta (traditional Japanese footwear). It is located in one of the top-rated locations in Tokyo and lies just sixty seconds away from the Shin-Ochanomizu subway station.

The Tokyo Station Hotel

Founded in November 1915, the Tokyo Station Hotel is one of the oldest high-end hotels still operating in Tokyo. The facilities and rooms were built to face the iconic train station. This hotel gives guests access to the private corners of one of the capital’s most iconic symbols. The hotel’s main attraction is its closeness to Japan’s large high-speed rail network. They even offer special offers to Japan Rail Pass holders.

Tokyo’s many main areas have their own unique sights, attractions and atmospheres, and, most importantly, a wide range of different accommodation to choose from. Regardless of whether you are looking for a cheap but cozy guesthouse, a business hotel, or looking to treat yourself to a lavish stay, Tokyo has got you covered! Take your pick from the abundant selection available and choose what fits your liking and budget best!