Tokyo is a sea of dazzling attractions, excellent restaurants, glitzy nightlife, urban neighborhoods and everything new. You will also find plenty of ancient Japanese temples and a cherry tree lined Sumida river bank, somewhere between the ever bustling streets. Don't forget to visit the Imperial Palace or try some of the sushi and udon noodles while you are in this megalopolis.
Best Areas to Book a hotel in Tokyo
We understand the importance of finding the perfect Tokyo hotel that meets your need, style and budget, so we have listed some of the best neighborhoods to stay in Tokyo, based on the area proximity to top attractions and the selection of hotels for different budget.
There are endless hotels all over Tokyo that range from very cheap to very expensive. An area with the most budget accommodations is the Taito or Downtown. Proximity to the Ueno train station makes commutation easy and you can also visit the Asakusa temples.
Tokyo is really the place for good value for money accommodations. Shibuya, the popular shopping and eating district of the city is home to some really good 3 star and business hotels that provide excellent amenities for a price you wouldn't mind paying.
The area of Shinjuku, especially its western end is a great place for those who want to experience the high end hotel life of Tokyo. Stay in one of the hotels here and pamper yourself for choices, spas, swimming pools, gyms, restaurants, pubs and everything else that you can imagine.
Tips to Save on Tokyo Hotel Deals
Mid Jan to Feb, sees short days and cold nights which results in reduced tourist traffic. This is a great time to expect good deals on hotel stay and services.
Advance booking is one trick that never fails to deliver. Be it whatever season, book your stay at least a few weeks in advance to save some neat money.
Package deals (flights + hotels + sightseeing)usually get you good discounts on your trip. Opt for package deals instead of individual bookings while planning your trip to Tokyo.