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Best Hotels in Tokyo for Couples

The city of Tokyo is perched on the Japanese island of Honshu and is a beautiful clash of tradition and the futuristic. Exploring the wonders of this city is made all the more enjoyable with a hyper-efficient rail network connected the city’s 23 wards. The vast majority of Tokyo hotels are within a few minutes’ walk of a train station or two, meaning visitors to this city have less time to worry about how to get around and more time to enjoy themselves. The JR Yamanote train line boasts the city’s most popular areas.



Fast facts about Tokyo, Japan

  1. Accommodations : 10,118 Properties
  2. Popular hotel : Hotel Sardonyx Ueno
  3. Popular area : Shinjuku
  4. Nightly rates from : $21
  5. Airport : Narita International Airport
  6. Reasons to visit : Shopping, Sightseeing, Culture



Traveler impressions of Tokyo

  • Pros: - No haggling - Japanese are always straight to the point - They mind their own business - I personally thinks that Tokyo is a very safe place to visit - Clean - Easy to travel around with Bus / Public Transport - IC Card is very convenient Cons: - We really think that they can include more benches for tourists - Having hard time locating restroom / toilet in public area especially if you're foreigner who doesn't speak Japanese - My personal opinion, most Japanese shows their frown expressions and aren't very helpful or friendly if you are a foreigner and has no benefits or becoming their potential client. Overall, i am quite satisfied and happy trip to Tokyo during my honeymoon period and my Missus has already planning our next trip to Tokyo again. (lawrence ,Malaysia)
  • Tokyo is an excellent city to visit. 5 days, at least, is recommended for staying here for the first time (Thititham ,Thailand)
  • I loved this city. So much to do, and with the bullet train it is easy to get out and see more of Japan from this central hub. If Tokyo is not on your bucket list, then get a pen. (Greg ,United Kingdom)
  • Tokyo is a vibrant city with around 13 million of residents. Having an application that could translate any languages to Japanese language is a must as most of the local peoples having a very limited English conversation. There are many places to visit like Akihabara, Asakusa, Shinjuku, Shibuya and more. (Muhammad Hafidz Ariffudin ,Malaysia)
  • Great city so you have to make your traveling day more than 5 days in order to explore all the attractions and spots. I'll be back! (Kurniawan ,Indonesia)
  • If you have more time, you should spend a couple of days to take short tours to outside Tokyo like Izu, Atami, Karuizawa, Nagano, etc. which can add more good scenery views where Tokyo does not have enough. (Leung ,Hong Kong)

More About Tokyo 
The business traveler could very well find themselves settling into the Shinjuku area with executive class hotels. The younger crowds make their way to the shopping and nightlife area of Shibuya with its trendy bars and fashionable shopping. In the Harajuku area, visitors will find a more fashionable atmosphere with boutiques aplenty. Meiji Shrine is an excellent cultural attraction in an evergreen forest, and the tech-savvy will find a bit of paradise at Akihabara, an area famous for its incredible selection of electronics. Those traveling to Japan will most likely find themselves in Narita International Airport, the gateway serving international flights that is located about 60km from Tokyo.

Find the most suitable accommodation for you by clicking on our interactive map and exploring Tokyo for hotels and must-see destinations.




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If you really want to save some money and are just looking for a place to lay your head in the evenings, this newly renovated business hotel is a good choice. It’s a short walk south of JR Ueno and Keisei Ueno Stations, and very close to Ameya Yokocho Arcade.

Rooms are small but reasonably comfortable. There’s a restaurant where you can eat the breakfast that comes with your room rate. The staff tries hard to please. Everything is spiffy and new.

Due to the low prices, this hotel attracts bus groups and other budget tourists. Soundproofing could be better, so you may hear guests next door or in the hallway.

The main selling point here is the price: It’s among the cheapest decent hotels in Tokyo. So, if you don’t mind staying in Ueno and only want a place to sleep for a couple of nights, this is a good bet.


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