Accommodation in Tokyo

Tokyo is gaining popularity among the travellers as a preferred tourist destination owing to its ultra mix of sky reaching skyscrapers, bustling streets, the landscape gardens, centuries old shrines and other attractions of fun filled activities like Disneyland, Sumo Wrestling. Shopping, Dining, Travelling, Staying in Tokyo can be well explored. The accommodation options in Tokyo matching all pocket sizes can be found in all the districts of Tokyo. However, Taito, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Akasaka, Ikebukuro, Ueno Chiyoda are some of the preferred areas for tourists. It is better to book your hotel in advance because after a long flight, in a land of completely different language, don’t let yourself wear out on the very first day of your vacation. The airport is at around an hour distance from the centre of the city even if you travel by fastest train. The more you travel towards the city, busier and crowded it becomes. So just explore the different districts of the city, choose the one in which you prefer to stay and then start your search for the hotel.

There are a lot of luxurious options available in Tokyo. These 4 star and above hotels will provide you excellent service. There are several five star hotels like Park Hyatt Tokyo, Imperial Hotel, Palace Hotel Tokyo, The Strings by Intercontinental, The Ritz Carlton, Intercontinental Ana, Cerulean Tower Tokyo Hotel that would range from $ 450 to $800 per room per night. These hotels provide world class facilities in utmost luxury. They become one step contact for all your needs from currency exchange, ATMs, health spas and salons, massage centers, bars, concierge, multi lingual staff, in house restaurants serving multiple cuisines, coffee shops, swimming pools, business conference centers, internet access, town car services, fitness facilities, gym, baby care and what not!

Next, we can stir down to 2 and 3 star hotels which offer several pocket friendly deals. Hotel Avenshell Akasaka, Keio Presso Inn Kanada, National Children Castle Hotel, Hotel Arca Torre Roppongi, Ginza Kokusai Hotel, Hotel Com’s Ginza, Tokyo Business Hotel, Yaesu Terminal Hotel, Sutton Place Hotel Ueno, hotel Strix Tokyo, Ueno First City Hotel, Shinjuku Prince Hotel, The B Roppongi, Hotel Sunlite Shinjuku, Hotel Villa Fontaine Shiodome are some of the hotels under this category. The rates for these hotels vary from $ 100 – $ 250 per room per night. These hotels also provide all the required facilities that you require on your vacation. Some of these hotels only cater to the tourist needs while others cater to business requirements too and have well set business conference rooms etc.

Next in pipeline are the budget hotels in Tokyo. Don’t expect these budget hotels to be tacky in isolated areas of the city with dark rooms. That is the beauty of the city. The budget hotels though do not provide luxuries like star hotels, yet they are clean and sprawl over all areas of the city from the busiest ones to the peace lanes. Couch Surfing, dormitory at backpacking hostels or guest houses, the ultra cheap capsule accommodations. However, they are more suitable for travelers who get stranded late nights at stations as hiring a taxi becomes a costlier option than spending the night at a capsule hotel. Dormy Inn Akihabara, Dormy Inn Akihabara, Vista Kamata Hotel, Kichijoji Tokyu Inn, Dormy Inn Meguro Aobadai Hotel, Horidome Villa Hotel, Nihonbashi Villa Hotel, Chisun Shinagawa West Hotel, Weekly Akasaka Mansion, Bakpak Tokyo Hostel, Tokyo Backpackers are some of the hotels falling under this category.

Thus, there are a lot of accommodation options available in Tokyo matching all tastes and all pocket sizes. It is your turn to dot the best in your range, pack your bags and rush to experience the essence of modernity in one of the most crowded metropolitan city of the world.

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