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Tokyo Hotels

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Low Season December
High Season April
  Average price (weeknight): $236
  Average price (weekend night): $231

cheapest month to stay

34%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

15%

expected price increase

(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

Sun - Thu

(weeknight)

(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

Fri & Sat

(weekend night)

Top tips for finding the perfect Tokyo hotel

When planning your trip to Tokyo, make sure to keep in mind the dates of any university entrance exams, which are usually held in mid-February. During this time, the city will be packed with young students and their families. Hotels generally fill up very quickly, and it can also be more difficult to make dinner reservations and use public transportation, particularly downtown.
Japanese hotels generally refer to a room for two people as a double, even if it’s two twin-sized beds or one full-sized bed. When you’re making your hotel reservation, make sure to specify the size and number of beds that you would like. Many traditional hotels will have more twin beds than full beds, so you might have to find a hotel chain or 5-star hotel if you’re looking for two full beds.
Looking for an affordable and unique hotel experience? Consider staying in one of Tokyo’s famous pod hotels, such as The Prime Pod Ginza. Pod hotels have become increasingly trendy in the last few years, particularly for those who would like to travel on a budget.
Traveling with your family? Consider staying in the Tokyo Bay area. Tokyo Bay has a large entertainment district and a theme park called Ōedo-Onsen Monogatari. Both the Sheraton and Hilton have locations in Tokyo Bay, and they generally have reasonable rates.
Business travelers should look at hotels in Shibuya. This neighborhood is the major business center of the city, full of skyscrapers and two of the busiest train stations in the world. The Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel is a 5-star hotel right in the center of this area.

FAQs when booking a Hotel in Tokyo

How much is a cheap hotel in Tokyo?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Tokyo for as cheap as $11 in the last 3 days. The average price is $174.
How much is a hotel in Tokyo for tonight?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Tokyo hotels for tonight for as low as $13. Users have also found 3-star hotels from $45 and 4-star hotels from $91.
Which are the most popular Tokyo neighborhoods to stay in?
Hotels in Shinjuku, Taitō and Minato have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Tokyo's different neighborhoods, check out our Tokyo's City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
What are the best hotels near the Narita International Airport?
The Narita Airport Rest House is a cheap option that provides guests with free shuttle service to the airport. The Hotel Nikko Narita has four on-site restaurants and an outdoor pool. The Radisson Hotel Narita is located just next to the airport and has a variety of dining options.
What are the best hotels in downtown Tokyo?
If you’re interested in staying in downtown Tokyo, you have a wide variety of hotels to choose from. The Palace Hotel Tokyo is within walking distance of many major attractions and has a famous sushi restaurant. The Imperial Hotel Tokyo is located near several types of public transportation and is also directly in the city center.
What are the best hotels in Ginza?
If you would like to do some shopping while you’re in Tokyo, look for a hotel in Ginza, known as one of Tokyo’s biggest shopping districts. The Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel is a modern, upscale choice, while the APA Hotel Ginza-Takaracho is a more affordable option.
What are the best hotels in Tokyo Disneyland?
The Tokyo Disneyland Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Tokyo Disneyland. It is conveniently located in the entertainment district, right next to the Tokyo Sea Life Park. The Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel Club Resort is a slightly more affordable choice with a laid-back atmosphere.

Where to stay in Tokyo?

Our Heatmaps tool will help you find the perfect place to stay in Tokyo by showing you how close hotel options are to major activities

Best Tokyo Hotels

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Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo - Tokyo - Bedroom
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9.2 Excellent (1,662 reviews)
Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo - Tokyo - Building
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9.1 Excellent (8,800 reviews)
Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage - Tokyo - Bedroom
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9.1 Excellent (7,776 reviews)
Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo - Tokyo - Bedroom
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9.1 Excellent (6,904 reviews)
The Tokyo Station Hotel - Tokyo - Building
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9.1 Excellent (3,457 reviews)
Park Hyatt Tokyo - Tokyo - Bedroom
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9.1 Excellent (2,785 reviews)
Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills - Tokyo - Building
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9.1 Excellent (1,828 reviews)
Imperial Hotel Tokyo - Tokyo - Building
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9.0 Excellent (6,583 reviews)
Tokyo Bay Tokyu Hotel - Tokyo - Building
10
9.0 Excellent (4,594 reviews)
The Peninsula Tokyo - Tokyo - Building
11
9.0 Excellent (4,234 reviews)
Conrad Tokyo - Tokyo - Building
12
9.0 Excellent (3,185 reviews)
The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo - Tokyo - Bedroom
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9.0 Excellent (2,664 reviews)
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu - Tokyo - Building
14
9.0 Excellent (2,625 reviews)
Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier - Tokyo - Building
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9.0 Excellent (1,503 reviews)

Best Tokyo Hotels near Tokyo Tower

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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo - Tokyo - Building
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8.8 Excellent (7,949 reviews)
Nexus Door Tokyo - Tokyo - Building
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8.8 Excellent (446 reviews)
Tokyo Prince Hotel - Tokyo - Bedroom
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8.1 Excellent (4,652 reviews)
Hotel Mielparque Tokyo - Tokyo - Building
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7.4 Good (2,279 reviews)