Best Places to Stay in Tokyo, 2021

Tokyo, Japan Sumida River skyline at twilight.

Tokyo, Japan is one of the most exciting places to explore for its rich culture. Even though it’s considered a city, it’s easier to think of it as a collection of smaller cities connected by one of the world’s most efficient, if not the most efficient, transport system--so your best bet is to stay near subway stations. Ideally, the most convenient places are close to Yamanote Line station, or the Tokyo Loop line.
Of course, there’s nothing wrong with staying in areas besides the ones listed below. The subway system is so convenient, it wouldn’t even matter. But it’s definitely better to step out of your hotel and find yourself greeted by great sights, food, and shopping options.

Tokyo can easily be divided according to how modern or how traditional you want to go. There are Shinjuku and Shibuya on the west side of Tokyo Station that offers more contemporary accommodations and entertainment. On the east side, there’s Asakusa, Ueno, and Akihabara where you’d find more traditional stays and older buildings.


Tokyo Station Area

JP Tokyo Station Main Building by Kanchi1979

The Tokyo Station area, or the Marunouchi District serves as the city’s main transport hub, where you’ll find most things worth exploring within a few minutes' walk around the neighborhood or a short ride through the subway, like the Ginza District where you’ll find the Kabuki-za Theater, and major department stores, the Imperial Palace and its gardens, or the famous Tokyo Tower
Besides that, it’s also the best base when you plan on traveling to Kyoto or other major cities in the country. 

Luxury hotels

Shangri-la Hotel, Tokyo

Considered as the best of the best, Shangri-la Hotel in Tokyo is a 10-minute walk from the Imperial Palace Grounds and the Nihonbashi District. The hotel occupies the top 11 floors of the Marunouchi Trust Tower and offers incredible views of the city. There you’ll find three world-class restaurants: Piacere, which offers Italian cuisine, L’aperitivo Bar for Italian drinks and snacks, and Nadaman for Japanese dishes featuring sushi, teppanyaki, and kaiseki meals.
  • Address: Japan, 〒100-8283 Tokyo, Chiyoda City, Marunouchi, 1 Chome−8−3 丸の内トラストタワ 本館
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Hoshinoya Tokyo

Hoshihoya Tokyo is located just a short walk from Tokyo Station in the prestigious Otemachi District. It features 84 Japanese-style rooms spread across 17 floors. Each floor is designed like individual, smaller ryokans.
Hoshinoya Tokyo offers its guests two gender-segregated baths, with waters drawn from a hot spring 1,500 meters below ground. The outdoor baths are situated under an open-roof chamber that gives guests a unique experience. Additionally, there is a spa center available for added relaxation.
  • Address: 1 Chome-9-1 Ōtemachi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0004, Japan
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Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi

The Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi is located in the Sapia Tower and offers easy access to Tokyo Station. The hotel is a 5-minute walk to the Imperial Palace. A quick train ride away, you’ll be able to enjoy the vibrant anime culture in Akihabara and browse the fresh produce at the Tsukiji Fish Market.
This modern accommodation offers well-equipped guest rooms and on-request massage services. On the 27th floor, you’ll find the TENQOO restaurant and bar where you can dine on a variety of French and Japanese dishes while overlooking the vibrant cityscape.

Tokyo Station Hotel

The Tokyo Station Hotel is easily accessible from the Tokyo Station, with its entrance just next to the Marunouchi South Exit and is registered as an Important Cultural Property. The guest rooms are heavily influenced by the classical European style, and to go with the theme, the on-site restaurant serves French dishes and drinks. In addition, there are also Chinese and Japanese cuisines available. For breakfast, you can expect both Japanese and European dishes.
The Ginza district and the Tokyo International Forum is a 10-minute walk away, while the Imperial Palace is 20 minutes on foot. Akihabara and Tsukiji are just ten minutes away by car.
  • Address: Japan, 〒100-0005 Tokyo, Chiyoda City, Marunouchi, 1 Chome−9−1 東京ステーションホテル
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Hotel Rumeikan Tokyo

Hotel Rumeikan is a highly-recommended modern accommodation that features a restaurant, Hanagoyomi, with amazing views of Tokyo from the top floor of the building. The hotel is a three-minute walk from Tokyo Station and a quick train ride from Akihabara and Ginza.
The sound-proof guest rooms help drown out the noise from the bustling city and are fully equipped with amenities, with a computer and mobile phone for the guests’ convenience.


Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kyobashi

Fresa Inn Kyobashi is a modern accommodation just two minutes away from two different subway stations, Takaracho Station and Kyobashi Station and is ten minutes from Ginza District. The JR Tokyo Station is also closeby, merely being a seven minute walk.
The sophisticated rooms on this property feature Sealy beds, an LCD television with a video-on-demand system. You’ll be able to stay connected from here with their free wi-fi all throughout the building. 
This is a great place to set up a base for exploring Tokyo--Asakusa can be accessed through the Takaracho Subway Station while the Kyobashi Subway Station will take you the Ueno and Shibuya.

Karaksa Hotel Tokyo Station

Karaksa Hotel offers access to Daimaru Tokyo, Coredo Muromachi 3, and Kyobashi Edogrand. Tokyo Station is a quick five minute walk away, as well as a number of bus terminals. This hotel’s location is highly praised and is a great start to exploring the bustling city, especially if you plan on commuting.
This budget hotel features comfortable and cosy accommodations and family rooms for those traveling in groups or relatives. You can expect to have a continental breakfast when staying here, and even enjoy a refreshment in the hotel’s drink area.

Pearl Hotel Yaesu

Pearl Hotel Yaesu is a five minute walk to Tokyo Station and features comfortable Western-style rooms with Japanese elements like its shoji paper windows. You’ll be able to stay online with their free internet connection from the guest rooms. The hotel has a French restaurant, Chez Macio, which features dishes such as cheese fondue and ostrich meat.
If you plan on exploring around the city, the Imperial Palace is just 20 minutes away on food and Hibiya Park is a 30 minute walk from the hotel. Tsukiji Fish Market, where you can explore the delicacies in a private walking tour, is a 10 minute car ride away.
  • Address: Japan, 〒103-0028 Tokyo, Chuo City, Yaesu, 1 Chome−2−6 パールホテル八重洲
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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku is a special ward in Tokyo, and is a commercial and administrative center where you’ll be able to find parts of the busiest railway stations in the world, the Shinjuku Station, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building which serves as the administration center for the government of Tokyo. 
Shinjuku is one of the major centers of Tokyo, rivalling the city center around Tokyo Station, Marunouchi, and Ginza.
If you’re a culture enthusiast, you’ll find a number of libraries, museums and other institutions just in Shinjuku, such as the Shinjuku Historical Museum and the Tokyo Toy museum. You’ll also be able to find Tokyo Opera City, and the Shinjuku Bunka Center right here.
One of the must-see in this ward is Omoide Yokocho, or Memory Lane, in Shinjuku’s center, where you can explore the local street food and weave through the back streets of the city with a walking tour. Omoide Yokocho was once a makeshift cluster of bars and eating establishments, and has since evolved into a satisfying culinary experience.


Park Hyatt Hotel, Tokyo

Park Hyatt Hotel is one of the most famous hotels in Tokyo, thanks to Sophia Coppola’s 2013 hit, “Lost in Translation” which stars Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray. The guest rooms in the hotel are designed as an urban residence, each with its own selection of books and original artwork.
Park Hyatt Hotel is one of the most luxurious accommodations and is ideally located in the heart of Shinjuku, where it is surrounded by bars, cafes, restaurants, and the vibrant nightlife of the neighborhood. It occupies the top 14 floors of a 52-story tower and is home to one of the area’s most famous attractions, the New York Grill, where you can enjoy a stunning view of the city and Mount Fuji. 
You’ll be able to find Shinjuku Central Park just three minutes away on foot. JR Shinjuku Train Station is a 15-minute walk, while Shinjuku Gyoen is 20 minutes away.
  • Address: 3-7-1-2, Nishishinjuku, Tokyo 163-1055, Japan
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Shinjuku Granbell Hotel

Shinjuku Granbell Hotel is located in the vibrant Kabukicho area in Shinjuku, and offers modern guest rooms that features facilities like an iPod dock speaker, a television with a video-on-demand system, and Simmons beds. On the 12th floor, you’ll be able to find French and Italian dining options, and a selection of drinks on the 13th floor terrace, and a view of the district. 
The hotel is a mere 7-minute walk from Shinjuku Sanchome Subway Station while the JR Shinjuku Station is 10 minutes away.
From here, you’ll be able to explore nearby tourist areas such as Roppongi, and Meiji Jingu Shrine with a 10-minute subway ride. Meanwhile, Shinjuku Gyoen Park is just a 12-minute walk away.

Hotel Century Southern Tower

Located in the heart of Shinjuku, Hotel Century Southern Tower is just a three-minute walk from Shinjuku Station, making it one of the most ideal places to stay if you plan on exploring the city. The hotel is also a short distance away from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, the Meiji Jingu Shrine, and the Harajuku Station.
Hotel Century Southern Tower provides the utmost comfort in its guest rooms and convenience with its 24-hour front desk. You’ll also be able to find a bar and a vending machine on site. The restaurant and lounge offer a selection of seasonal delicacies along with a view of the city.


Tokyu Stay Shinjuku

Tokyu Stay Shinjuku is conveniently and ideally located in the core of the lively Shinjuku district, just a few steps away from the Shinjuku Sanchome Subway Station, and a few minutes from JR Shinjuku Station. 
There are a number of dining options and bars available in the area if you’re feeling up to exploring the city. You’ll also be able to find the Isetan Department Store and a handful of movie theaters within a short distance. Shinjuku Gyoen Park is a three-minute walk away, while the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building is a twenty-minute walk.
The rooms on the property are simple and clean, offering conveniences like a refrigerator and a kettle, some rooms having their own microwave or a washing machine and dryer.

Yuen Onsen Ryokan Shinjuku

Yuen Onsen Ryokan Shinjuku is located just a short distance away from the Taiso-ji Temple, the Saikoan Shrine, and the Takatsukisan Chozenji Temple. You’ll also be able to explore nearby landmarks and attractions such as the Jisho-in Temple, and the Shinjuku Eastside Square.
The ryokan is the ideal place to stay if you wish to explore Shinjuku on foot, and you can even enjoy a hot spring bath after a day’s trek in the urban jungle.
  • Address: 5 Chome-3-18 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0022, Japan
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Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan cityscape over Shibuya Crossing.

The Shibuya Ward is a major financial and commercial center in Tokyo and is where you can find the southern half of the Shinjuku Station and the Shibuya Station--two of the busiest railway stations in the world. Shibuya is popular among young locals for its shopping and culinary experience around the Shibuya Station, as well as its close proximity to Omotesando and Harajuku districts, where you’ll be able to experience the vibrant youth and anime culture of Japan. You’ll also get to explore the nearby Yoyogi Park and Meiji Shinto Shrine and even experience the unique Kawaii Monster Cafe.
You may also be familiar with the Shibuya Crossing, a well-known scramble crossing in Japan, where you’ll also be able to find the Hachiko Exit and the statue of Hachiko between the station and the crossing. The ward is also known as the district with multiple two-storey televisions, more than any area in the world. 


Shibuya Excel Tokyu

Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu is directly connected to the Shibuya Train Station, making it one of the most convenient stays in the area. You could take a quick walk and reach the Harajuku area and Yoyogi Park. You’ll find the hotel overlooking the famous Shibuya Scramble crossing, and the 109 Building. 
The comfortable rooms at the hotel feature a sophisticated interior with a television, a minibar, and a view of the city. Shibuya Excel Tokyu has two restaurants on site, Shunsai Japanese Restaurant, and A Bientot, that offer Japanese and French cuisine respectively. You'll enjoy fine dining while looking over the panoramic view of Tokyo on the 25th floor of the building. 
  • Address: 1 Chome-12-2 Dogenzaka, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0043, Japan
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Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel

Cerulean Tower is just 5 minutes away from Shibuya Station on foot and a two-minute ride to Harajuku and the Meiji Shrine. The rooms at this hotel overlook the greater metropolitan area from the 19th floor of the building. Each guest room is equipped with flat-screen television and a minibar.
You can relax at the sauna or hot tub at the tower after a long day of exploration, and even treat yourself at the beauty salon, and pastry shop. Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel has 8 dining options, serving Japanese, Chinese, and French Cuisine. For drinks, you can let loose at the top floor Garden Lounge and the Jazz Club.
  • Address: 26-1 Sakuragaokacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-8512, Japan
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Hotel Emit Shibuya

Hotel Emit Shibuya is just an 8-minute walk from Shibuya Center and 10 minutes from Shibuya Station. From here, you can visit the Meiji Shrine as well, which is a 10-minute walk away.
This budget hotel provides comfortable guest rooms with a flat-screen television, a refrigerator, and some with a balcony overlooking the city. 

Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel

Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel is an economy accommodation located in the heart of Shibuya, just a short distance from JR Shibuya Train Station. The hotel is also a short walk away from the 109 Building, the Hachiko Square, and the Shibuya Scramble Crossing. Yoyogi Park and the Harajuku District is also close by.
The cozy rooms at this hotel provide a private bathroom and a television with video-on-demand features. You can expect a Japanese and Western style buffet spread for breakfast, as well as European inspired dishes and wine for lunch and dinner.
  • Address: 1 Chome-24-10 Shibuya, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0002, Japan
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Hanami in Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan

Ueno is a district in Taito, where you can find Ueno Park, and a number of Tokyo’s finest cultural sites such as the Tokyo National Museum, the National Museum of Western Art, and the National Museum of Nature and Science. There is also the Ueno Nature Park and Zoo. This is also where you’ll come across many Buddhist temples like the famous Bentendo Temple on an island in the Shinobazu Pond, and a Tokugawa shogun temple, Kan’ei-ji.
Ueno is historically known as a working-class area, a Shitamachi, district in Tokyo. The district is within close proximity to major transportation hubs in Tokyo, such as the Ueno Station.


Centurion Hotel Ueno

Centurion Hotel Ueno is conveniently located just a short walk away from Yushima Subway Station and Uenohirokoji Subway Station, and is ideally placed close to many of the attractions that the district has to offer. You can visit the Ameya-Yokocho market with a short stroll, and shop, dine, and explore the area. Walk a little further, and you’ll find yourself at the National Museum of Nature and Science, and the Ueno Zoo. If you’d like, you can also drop by Tokyo Disney Resort by a short ride from the nearby JR Okachimachi Train Station. 
The rooms at this luxury accommodation are designed with soft, soothing colors, and a Slumberland mattress for ultimate comfort. For dining options, the restaurant, Torebi-an, offers steak and hamburger dishes, and features Kuroge-Wagyu Beef. Light snacks and drinks can be found at the cafe.

Mimaru Tokyo Ueno East

Miramu Tokyo Ueno East is ideally located close to the city center, just a short distance from a number of attractions and points of interest that any adventurous city explore would find fascinating. Myojun-ji Temple and Hozenji Temple are just a few minute walk away, along with Ryukoku-ji Temple, Genryu-in Temple, and Ecute Ueno Shopping Mall. The property is also close to the gate of the former residence of Koda Rohan, the Honobo In Kanei-ji Temple, and the Shunsho-in Temple.
The cleanly designed guest rooms are equipped with a wardrobe, air-conditioning, and a private bathroom. There is even a desk for convenience.
  • Address: 4 Chome-26-3 Higashiueno, Taito City, Tokyo 110-0015, Japan
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Ueno Hotel

Ueno Hotel is just 10 minutes away from Ueno Subway Station and the National Museum of Nature and Science, as well as the Museum of Western Art. If you’d wanna explore more outdoor green spaces, Ueno Park is also close by. You can also reach Kyu-Iwasaki-tei Garden with a short train ride.
Each guest room at the property is fitted with a carpet, and has a refrigerator and a flat-screen television. You’ll be able to find a number of dining options in the neighborhood, or use the vending machine in a pinch.
  • Address: 7 Chome-12-9 Ueno, Taito City, Tokyo 110-0005, Japan
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Grids Tokyo Ueno Hotel and Hostel

Grids Tokyo Ueno is a budget hotel and hostel, perfect for those who plan on doing more exploration around Tokyo than staying inside. The rooms are air-conditioned and come with a minbar. You can stay connected during your stay using their property-wide wifi connection, and even mingle with fellow travelers in the shared lounge.
The hotel is just 8 minutes away from Hozenji Temple, Genryu-in Temple, and Kissho-in temple.
  • Address: 7 Chome-10-4 Ueno, Taito City, Tokyo 110-0005, Japan


Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan cityscape. (gate reads: "Kaminari-mon Gate")

Asakusa is a district in Taito known for its rich historical culture and various religious sites and temples, as well as festivals like the matsuri or Shinto festivals. One of these sites is the Senso-ji, a Buddhist temple dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon. This is also where you’d find Asakusa Hanayashiki, an amusement park established in 1853 and is considered as the oldest in Japan. 
The Asakusa district is the best place to stay if you plan on going on a culinary adventure as it offers many traditional Japanese snacks and delicacies, most of which can be found in Nakamise, a shopping street you’ll encounter before going to Seno-ji. You can also find a variety of souvenirs there.
Along with this, you’d also be able to find an abundance of traditional Japanese inns or ryokans throughout the area, although there are only a few older than 50 years because of the World War 2 bombing. Aside from just ryokans, there is a higher concentration of budget-friendly stays in the district. To keep up with the nostalgia that the whole district radiates, there are neighborhood theaters scattered about as well that feature classic Japanese films--a favorite among the elderly Japanese tourists. You’ll even find kabuki theaters in the area, and the famous Tokyo Skytree being just a 20-minute walk away.


Asakusa View Hotel

Asakusa View Hotel is an art-deco inspired accommodation in the heart of Asakusa, and is directly connected to the Asakusa Station on Tsukaba Express Line. Tawaramachi Station, or Tokyo Metro Ginza line, is also just a seven-minute walk away. If you opt to walk around the neighborhood, you’ll be able to find the Senso-ji Temple and the Nakamise just 5 minutes away, along with the Asakusa Shrine. You can even take a 10-minute car ride and get to the Tokyo Skytree.
The rooms at the hotel are warm and welcoming, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows that display breathtaking views of the district. You can also take a dive into the hotel swimming pool or get a massage after a long day’s worth of exploring.
For dining options, Asakusa View Hotel offers grilled dishes on the ground floor, Makibi, and Japanese cuisine at Karuta, on the 6th floor of the building. If you’re feeling like having French dishes, you can head on up to the 27th floor to Makie, or Karakurenai for Chinese cuisine, and enjoy the panoramic views from the high floors.
  • Address: 3 Chome-17-1 Nishiasakusa, Taito City, Tokyo 111-8765, Japan
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Chashitsu Ryokan

Located in the heart of Taito City, Tokyo, Chashitsu Ryoken Asakusa is a modern Japanese inn that incorporates traditional Japanese elements in its interior. Because of its ideal location, guests can travel to tourist spots like the Asakusa Fujiasama Shrine, Nitenmon Gate and Edo Taito Traditional Crafts Center. There are also other points of interest in the area that the inn’s concierge can provide information on.
There are ten rooms in Chashitsu Ryokan Asakusa that feature a tea room motif, with tatami or wood floors and paper screen doors, some of them decorated with contemporary art. They are small like a tea room but are described as cozy and comfortable. Guests are also invited to use the private open-air bath and enjoy the view of Tokyo Skyline.
Chashitsu Ryokan Asakusa is a ten minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tobu Isesaki Line. 
  • Address: 3 Chome-32-12 Asakusa, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan


Andon Ryokan

Andon Ryokan is a modern Japanese inn located in Taito City, Tokyo. It features as a budget experience for tatami culture, as it is designed as a more up-to-date variation of a traditional Japanese ryokan. To add a quaint feel to the interior, the management decorates the inn with antiques and other small accessories to bring a homey feel.
The inn has 20 rooms in total, decorated with Japanese art and with wooden accents. There is a shared bathroom for the guests as well. Andon Ryokan also features a jacuzzi as a modern take on the traditional onsen, which guests can reserve free of charge. There is an antique teahouse on the first floor where guests can observe and participate in tea ceremonies.
Andon Ryokan is a short walk away from Minowa Subway Station and a short distance from the historic Asakusa.
  • Address: 2 Chome-34-34番地10号 Nihonzutsumi, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0021, Japan
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Nui Hostel Tokyo

Nui Hostel is a stylish accommodation that features a contemporary and clean design throughout the property. It is a two minute walk to Kuramae Subway Station on the Asakusa line and Toei Oedo line. You’ll be able to find the Edo Tokyo Museum a 9 minute subway ride away, while the Tokyo Skytree is 15 minutes. You can even choose to rent a bike from the property if you’d much rather explore the city without commuting.
The rooms on the property are air-conditioned, and you can even opt to stay in a dorm-like setting with bunkbeds and shared spaces. The hostel offers a bar, cafe, and live music for its guests as well as a shared kitchen.

Ryokan Kamogawa

Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa is a great stay for guests who are looking forward to exploring Asakusa, being a short walk from Kaminarimon and Senso-ji Temple. Despite its close proximity to local attractions, the neighborhood is peaceful at night, a perfect end to an exhausting day of exploration.
The Japanese inn offers traditional tatami-mat rooms with futon bedding and a Japanese tea set. There is also an on-site restaurant, a public bath, and complimentary internet.
The ryokan also offers a relaxing massage along with its large public bath and separate shower room. Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa offers all the experiences at an onsen ryokan with a reasonable price.
The on-site restaurant or tea room serves Japanese and Western breakfast and dinner daily.
  • Address: 1 Chome-30-10 Asakusa, 台東区 Taito City, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan
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Akihabara Electronics District Akihabara Electronics District

Akihabara is located around the Akihabara Station in Chiyoda Ward in Tokyo. There is also an administrative district called Akihabara in the Taito District, but it is not the area generally referred to by its name. 
Akihabara in Chiyoda is known for its electronics, hence being dubbed the Akihabara Electric Town, and as a center for modern Japanese pop culture. This is the shopping district to go to if you’re looking to upgrade your video games or shop for manga, and anime merchandise or simply enjoy the otaku culture in the area. You’ll even find the prominent presence of maid or cosplay cafes and arcades all throughout the district. Here, you’ll be able to find the Yodobashi electronics store and the Akihabara Crossfield, which emphasizes Akihabara as the center for global electronics tech and trade.
If you grew up on anime and Nintendo games, this would be the heaven that will make your inner child jump in excitement.


BnA Studio Akihabara

An artist hotel, BnA Studio Akihabara is located just ten minutes away from Akihabara Station, and four minutes from Horin Park. You’ll easily be able to get to Origami Kaikan and Kamezumiinari Shrine from the hotel on foot.
The hotel features family rooms with interiors decorated with curated and modern art, inspired by Japanese Traditions and craftsmanship. BnA Studio Akihabara takes pride in supporting visionary Japanese Artists through a profit share system developed by its chain of hotels--so you’ll not only be staying in a stylish and tasteful room, but you’ll also be giving support and recognition to the artists for their hard work and participation in the designs and interiors of the hotel.
BnA Studio Akihabara is also LGBTQ+ friendly and features guest rooms with a flat-screen television and a hot tub. Some rooms will also have their own sitting area.
Nearby, you’ll also get to explore local attractions such as the Yushima Goryo Shrine, Ochanomizu Park, and Yushima Seido.
  • Address: 6 Chome-3-3 Sotokanda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0021, Japan
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Dormy Inn Akihabara

Dormy Inn Akihabara is a quick, five minute walk from JR Akihabara Station and Suehirocho Station for the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. It’s also just 5 minutes away from the Akihabara Electric Town where you’d be able to stroll through and enjoy the bustling and busy streets or look through video games and other electronics to your heart’s desire.
Dormy Inn offers air-conditioned rooms and free internet access in the lobby. You can even unwind at the open-air baths, or enjoy meals at the onsite restaurant. Free Yonaki Soba ramen noodles are even offered at night.
  • Address: 4 Chome-12-5 Sotokanda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0021, Japan
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Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara

Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara boasts an attractive location in the Akihabara area. It’s just a short distance from Convention Room AP Akihabara, Kamezumiinari Shrine and the Fujisoft Akiba Plaza. You can also find other attractions nearby like the Akihabara Neribei Park, the Atre Akihabara, and the Bic Camera Akihabara.
The hotel offers dining at its on-site restaurant, free wifi, and private parking upon reservation.
  • Address: 5 Chome-1-6 Ueno, Taito City, Tokyo 110-0005, Japan
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