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Hotel Gracery Shinjuku - Tokyo Hotels

Hotel Gracery Shinjuku

1-19-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Great hotel in great location"
The hotel room was clean and comfortable and in a great location. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Australia
APA Hotel Shinjuku Kabukicho Tower - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Shinjuku Kabukicho Tower

1-20-2 Kabukicho, Tokyo - Map
Very new hotel. Super clean. Maybe the best hotel in Shinjuku. Ive stayed in about 15 different hotels in Shinjuku, and it has to be my favorite now. A+++ Worth the money!
A Traveller
APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoen-mae - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoen-mae

2-2-8 Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo - Map
3.9 out of 5 (1,075 reviews)
Shinjuku Granbell Hotel - Tokyo Hotels

Shinjuku Granbell Hotel

2-14-5 Kabuki-cho, Tokyo - Map
Lovely hotel close to many Tokyo sights. Highly recommended!!!!
A Traveller
APA Hotel Higashi-Shinjuku-Kabukicho - Tokyo Hotels

APA Hotel Higashi-Shinjuku-Kabukicho

2-19-14 Kabukicho Shinjuku, Tokyo - Map
3.9 out of 5 (697 reviews)
Kangaroo Hotel - Tokyo Hotels

Kangaroo Hotel

1-21-11 Nihonzutsumi Taito-ku, Tokyo - Map
Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo - Tokyo Hotels

Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo

1-28-13 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo - Map
"Had everything we needed!"
What a great little hotel. We only stayed for one night but had a very comfortable one, the shower was good, bed was comfortable, the room was modern and clean, and there was enough space for the two of us. Everywhere in Japan seems to be very small but we didn't think it was too bad (though we're both smallish people!). Might be a little squishy for bigger humans or if you have large luggage items. The staff at reception were friendly. Thanks, will definitely stay again if we have the chance!
Traveller from Sydney, AU
Shinjuku Washington Hotel Main - Tokyo Hotels

Shinjuku Washington Hotel Main

3-2-9 Nishishinjuku, Tokyo - Map
"Small but pleasant"
Staff were very friendly but most had very little English. Food was OK but not great. Room was too small for 2 adults and 2 children (Triple Room -Smoking Floor) located within minute walk to main Shinjuku Station. Mini Mart and ATM located on ground floor which is helpful. Overall, would stay again.
A Traveller
E Hotel Higashi Shinjuku - Tokyo Hotels

E Hotel Higashi Shinjuku

2-3-15 Kabukicho, Tokyo - Map
I booked 2x twin beds in a room for 4 people. I was expecting 2 twin beds, but instead they gave us 2 single beds (slightly larger than a normal single bed) and 1 small single bed. One of us had to sleep in the middle of the 2 supposed to be twin beds, it was very uncomfortable cos there is gap between the beds so the middle person had to sleep slightly side way half on one bed and the other half on the other bed. Twin beds advertised here are not true
A Traveller
E Hotel Higashi Shinjuku is located in Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku and convenient for business and leisure. The simple yet …More
The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic - Tokyo Hotels

The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic

2-16-11 Kaminarimon, Tokyo - Map
4.6 out of 5 (461 reviews)

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    Hotels In Tokyo

    You may not be a morning person, but we bet you’ll still kick it in “The Land of the Rising Sun”—starting after you finish that boozy brunch. Got a minute? Great! Get away to Tokyo, a city with space-age skyscrapers and ancient temples, lightening-speed technology and heavy-weight sports stars. Yes, sumo is alive and well, after several centuries of body slamming, and you’ve got to see these athletes in action. If that’s not enough incentive to spend your holiday hours in the most populous city in the world, then consider Tokyo’s delicious international cuisine, pulse-pumping nightlife and uncanny cool.

    You’ll find “The City of Young People” tucked into a bay on the east coast of Japan. Just look for youngsters dressed in avant-garde fashions and carrying nicer phones than yours. You’ll have an easy time finding waterfront accommodation in Tokyo as well as chic inland and park-side digs. Wanna take this holiday from coast to coast? Book hotels in Japan’s many provinces and get out the door.

    Things to Do in Tokyo

    Tokyo activities are eclectic to say the least. To get a handle on the city, start with your head in the clouds on the observation deck of either Tokyo Skytree or Tokyo Tower. Find your inner cool with a long walk in Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, west of the city centre, or go balls to the wall—or the air—at a traditional Kemari game. Kemari is a sport akin to an ancient game of football, and you can see a match at the Imperial Palace after taking a tour of the Emperor’s impressive stomping grounds. If you need a midday pick-you-up, visit one of Tokyo's traditional tea gardens, like Koishikawa Korakuen. Make like a time machine in the Asakusa District, the site of the historic Senso-ji Temple. Remind yourself that bigger isn’t always better in Taito, the city’s smallest ward and home to The National Museum of Nature and Science and Tokyo National Museum. Fill up on fresh eats, like sushi and noodles in Gaienmae, then hit the club scene before falling into bed at one of the top Tokyo hotels.

    Getting To & Around Tokyo

    Book flights to Tokyo with and touch down at Haneda Airport (HND) in Tokyo Bay or at Narita International Airport (NRT), located in Chiba, about 77 km northeast of Tokyo’s city centre. You can reach popular neighbourhoods and hotels in Tokyo via rail service. Once you’ve established a home base, the subway is the best way to get around town, though it can be a tight squeeze.

    Best Time to Visit Tokyo

    Tokyo is gorg year-round, even when the weather gets a little toasty during June through August. Plan around annual events, like Tokyo International Anime Fair (March-April) and Culture Day (November 3). You’ve also got to visit during cherry blossom season, which starts in March and can run into May. When these beautiful, fragrant flowers bloom, they can turn entire swaths of land into a soft pink haze.

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