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Travelers in Western Tokyo who are hoping for a place to rest and relax in and around Hino have a wonderful range of accommodations options. Travelocity's extensive booking portal at present lists 16 hotels only a short drive from Hino.
The Hotel Nikko Tachikawa Tokyo is a great base for your stay as it is one of the most ideally situated accommodation options, one of a small number of choices within walking distance of the Hino downtown precinct.
20 miles (33 kilometers) from the town center of Hino, you will come across the Hotel New Grand. Alternatively, the InterContinental Yokohama Grand can be found 20 miles (31 kilometers) away. Some other alternatives in the Hino area include the Komadori Sanso as well as the The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu.
If you have time, you should visit other parts of the Kanto region. Lovers of the great outdoors will appreciate Kanto's beaches. While you're at it, go to many of the region's ruins, castles and historic palaces. Enlightened travelers in this pocket of Japan commonly enjoy snowboarding and skiing.
Koganei can be found 3 miles (5 kilometers) to the southeast of Hino. Here, you can check out the Sanrio Puroland. Travelers planning to stay in Tama can select between the HOTEL LiVEMAX Fuchu and HOTEL LiVEMAX Fuchu-Annex. While exploring this region, you can also visit Koganei, home to the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum. Koganei is 7 miles (11 kilometers) to the northeast of Hino. The Marroad Inn Tokyo and Hotel Livemax Kita Fuchu are ideal places to retire for the night.
Consider spending a few hours enjoying the thrills and spills in the company of avid supporters at a community game. Tokyo Dome is located 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east of Hino. Modern travelers that are thinking of booking a hotel nearby, make a reservation in the The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo or Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi.