$45 - $172
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN TOKYO||Itabashi||51% cheaper||Hotels in Itabashi are the cheapest in Tokyo at just $45 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN TOKYO||Meguro||47% more expensive||Meguro has the highest priced hotels in Tokyo with rooms averaging $172 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD IN TOKYO||Minato||73% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Minato than any other neighborhood in Tokyo|
The average price for hotels near Ginza is $209 per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the 11 hotels below for those looking to stay in the area. Since Ginza is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near Ginza are typically 56% more expensive than the average hotel in Tokyo, which is $90.
|Low Season||January||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||April||most expensive time to stay|
|24%||expected price decrease|
|22%||expected price increase|
$317 - $534
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Saturday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|$368||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$414||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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Traditional Tokyo locals appreciate and celebrate the changing seasons through several cultural events and unique food festivals. The best time to visit Tokyo depends on what you wish to experience. From late March – early April, catch the cherry blossom season, and enjoy average temperatures of approximately 65 degrees Fahrenheit. From September – October, enjoy plenty of sunny days, and watch the fall foliage create beautiful red and orange hues over the cityscape. In the winter months, average temperature ranges from 45 – 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Go skiing and snowboarding, and enjoy the Onsen (hot spring bath) during this time. Summer months from June – August are peak tourist season, and you should be prepared for long lineups to visit popular attractions. June – July experience plenty of rainfall but overall, the weather is hot and humid. Try to avoid traveling during Golden Week (a succession of public holidays from late April – early May) when large groups of local vacationers traveling in and out of town leads to longer travel times and steeper hotel rates.
Tokyo has a large and efficient public transport system. The subways are operated by Tokyo Metro and Toei Subways. The city’s busiest and most important route connecting popular neighborhoods and attractions is an above-ground loop line called the JR Yamanote Line. Fares for all subway lines are based on distance traveled, and the base fare starts at 170 JPY. Invest 500 JPY in a reloadable smart card such as Suica card or Pasmo card for discounted fares and easy access across multiple lines of trains and buses. While the bus network is dense, the route system is complicated. Most drivers do not speak English, and the signs are usually in Japanese. So, it is best if you rely on the subways. Boats are helpful for the destinations that are across Tokyo Bay or on the Sumida River. Metered taxis are expensive but easily available all over the city.
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A city that loves its ‘anime’ and thrives on speed, movement, and neon-lit consumerism, Tokyo attracts a diverse set of travelers. While shopaholics find their haven in Ginza, nightlife revelers enjoy the sleepless Shinjuku, traditionalists are enthralled by remnants of traditional Edo monuments and temples in Asakusa, and young pop-culture fans are attracted to all things hip and funky in Shibuya. Choose where to stay based on what you wish to experience in Tokyo.
The upmarket Ginza streets are packed with modern high-rises, swanky restaurants and hotels, and a wide range of shopping venues that cater to all types of budgets. Most hotels in this neighborhood are rather expensive. Check out the Conrad Tokyo hotel, set in a modern high-rise above the Tokyo Shiodome, and stay in contemporary rooms and suites that feature minimalist Japanese design, modern amenities, and panoramic views of Tokyo Bay. For a mid-range budget option, look at Bay Hotel Tokyo Ginza, a capsule hotel with several modern amenities in the heart of Ginza.
A neighborhood that quite literally never sleeps, Shinjuku features glitzy skyscrapers, multi-story department stores, ramshackle bars along Golden Gai, and the neon-lit nightlife district Kabukicho. It is also home to the leafy green park, Shinjuku Gyoen. Consider the Park Hyatt Tokyo, a luxury hotel occupying the upper floors of Shinjuku Park Tower, offering chic suites with modern décor, original art work, and fascinating views of Mount Fuji. For compact, stylishly designed mid-range budget rooms, check out Hotel Gracery Shinjuku, set in a modern high-rise. It is only a 5-minute walk from Shinjuku train station as well as the Golden Gai district.
Asakusa is a relatively quiet neighborhood, featuring plenty of low-rise buildings, and shops selling traditional Japanese handicrafts and souvenirs. This area is also home to the city’s most venerable temples, and a handful of the remaining Ryokans (traditional Japanese inns). Consider staying in Sadachiyo Sukerokunoyado, a traditional ryokan that takes you back to the Edo-era. The rooms feature floors covered in tatami (straw-mats), walls decorated with Japanese antiques, and sleeping arrangements on traditional bedding called futons. You can also relax in the Onsen (hot spring bath), and enjoy a traditional Japanese meal in the ryokan.
The birthplace of all consumer crazes in Tokyo, Shibuya is a hip neighborhood, and the hub for all things funky and innovative. Packed with quirky eateries, colorful cafés, and specialty stores that cater to young fans of gothic / zombie culture, this area is a youngster’s paradise. Stay in modern, uniquely-styled rooms featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and designer furniture in the Trunk, a chic hotel in the heart of the lively Shibuya district. Check out the stylish rooms and suites in Shibuya Granbell Hotel, just a 3-minute walk from Shibuya train station.
Almost all accommodation in Tokyo is expensive but you can still find a bunch of hostels, guesthouses, and capsule hotels at convenient locations in most of the neighborhoods. In Asakusa, you have some stylish hostels such as the Retrometro Backpackers, and Khaosan World Asakusa Ryokan & Hostel. For traditional Japanese-style hostels, consider the Anne Hostel Asakusabashi or Guest House Shinagawa-shuku. Also check out capsule hotels such as Tokyo ¥1980 hotel or the Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel.
The fast-paced and ‘animated’ city of Tokyo is constantly buzzing with excitement. You will see streets filled with hordes of people who are always on the move, and loud, neon-lit billboards competing for eyeballs. Your Tokyo itinerary should include futuristic technology, ancient temples and monuments, parks and museums, lively markets, eclectic dining, and colorful nightlife.
When visiting Tokyo the average booking length is 14 nights.
On average, rooms will be priced around $410 per night when booking a hotel in Tokyo; however the price you pay for your room will vary significantly depending on seasonality, location and facilities.
Hotels in Tokyo are usually cheapest during the month of January, you can expect a price decrease of around 24% during this period.
Room prices for hotels in Tokyo will be at their lowest on Saturday and peak on Friday.
Luxury hotels in Tokyo are priced around $512 a night for each person. Opting for a luxury hotel could add 19%% on top of the price of an average hotel in Tokyo, which stands at $410 a night for each person.
Tokyo hostels and hotels with a 2 star rating and below charge around $39 for a bed per person. This will be around $377 under the cost of a typical Tokyo hotel.
Booking hotels in Shibuya, Shinjuku, Shinagawa and Minato is common when visiting Tokyo.
While temperatures are generally comfortable in Tokyo during October, there is a higher potential for rainfall as the average for the month is about 7.5″. Considering the higher likelihood of rainfall during October, those staying at a hotel in Tokyo should plan to visit indoor attractions such as Akihabara Electric Town, Roppongi Hills, and Harajuku.
Yes, there are 15,356 vacation rentals in Tokyo. At the moment, Flexstay Inn Tokiwadai is the most popular Tokyo vacation rental based on our user data. Search for vacation rentals in Tokyo.
Yes, Tokyo hostels are available if you aren’t interested in staying at a traditional hotel. Sakura Hostel Asakusa is the most popular out of the 315 hostels in Tokyo. Search for deals on hostels in Tokyo.
There are 10,363 operators available for hotels in Tokyo as of October 2023.
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