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Our Guide To Cheap Hotels In Tokyo

You might find it hard to believe that Tokyo, the world’s most populous city, was once a small fishing village called Edo. But it’s that evolution from the tiny to the titanic that epitomizes this cosmopolitan city at its core. Here we have a metropolis that embraces reinvention and which incorporates traditions from the past with practices of the present. And all of this is yours to discover when you book a stay in one of Travelocity’s Tokyo hotels.

Where to Stay in Tokyo

As one of the world’s most populous cities, there’s no shortage of hotels in Tokyo. But if you find yourself overwhelmed by your options, here are four of the best places to stay in Tokyo:

  • Shinjuku Washington Hotel Main for first-class food: Situated in the center of Shinjuku, home to the world’s busiest railway station and one of Tokyo’s most important commerce hubs, the Washington Hotel Main is surrounded by skyscrapers and within walking distance of some of Japan’s best shopping experiences. The hotel also offers an assortment of dining options you’re unlikely to find elsewhere in the city:
    • Manhattan Table: Located on the 25th floor of the main building, the rooftop Manhattan Table is a posh restaurant serving a menu of California cuisine fused with authentic Japanese flavors. With an incredible view and exceptional menu, you might just think you’re dining in NYC.
    • Baron: Offering breakfast, dinner, and tea in between, the hotel’s upscale café and bar is located on the third floor and invites guest to also visit them in the evening for an after-dark drink.
    • Shabu-shabu: Situated on the first floor of the annex building, Shabu-shabu serves up traditional Japanese breakfasts and dinners in an atmosphere that’s ideal for couples, small groups, and large corporate meetings.
    • Serari-geihinkan: In the mood for a traditional Chinese buffet? Pay a visit to Serari-geihinkan on first floor of the main building, or head one flight up for a seat at Yakichi, offering authentic Japanese breakfasts all morning long.
  • Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel for a modern amenities and exceptional cuisine: Featuring finely appointed accents and high-tech amenities, the prestigious Cerulean Tower puts a creative twist on traditional Japanese accommodations and offers a truly unique experience. Here’s a look at some of the Cerulean Tower’s offerings:
    • Dining: Among the finest gastronomic hotels in Japan, the Cerulean Tower boasts 11 on-site restaurants including ones that specialize in French, Italian, and Chinese menu items. There’s even an American-style jazz club to enjoy.
    • Location: Located within a five-minute walk from Shibuya Station, a stay at this hotel makes it easy to hop aboard any of eight train lines that can deliver you to the farthest corners of the country.
    • Salon: Reward yourself with sumptuous spa treatments at the Tower’s 39th-floor salon, which provides panoramic views while you get pampered.
    • Event space: Offering nearly 25,000 sq. ft. of event space, this hotel has enough banquet rooms, ballrooms, and presentation technology to accommodate events of any size.
  • Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo for destination weddings: Open since 1971 but recently renovated, the Keio Plaza Hotel invites guests stay in one of the best parts of the city. Among other offerings, the hotel is famous far and wide as an exceptional wedding destination. By reserving a room here, this is what you’ll find:
    • Dining and drinks: With an unwavering commitment to taste, the Keio Plaza Hotel's on-site restaurant is led by skilled chefs who specialize in traditional Japanese, Western, and Chinese cuisine. And when you’re done eating, wash down your meal with a bliss-inducing drink from the hotel’s bar.
    • Chapel: More than 36,000 couples have tied the knot at Keio Plaza’s permanent chapel, even including some second-generation newlyweds who’ve followed in their families’ footsteps.
  • Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku for family trips and business retreats: No matter if you’re in Tokyo to see the sights or attend a corporate affair, the Hotel Sunroute Plaza ensures you’ll have a sublime stay. You’ll be able to both sample some of the best food in the city and take advantage of hospitality offerings that indulge all five of your senses:
    • Dining: Craving Italian? Stop for a meal at Virattsua, the hotel’s authentic Italian grill serving up pasta, seafood, and other classic menu items baked in the kitchen’s stone oven.
    • Salon services: Treat your body and mind to a relaxing session at Salon Sanatio, where you can expect services and treatments to restore you inside and out.
    • Bar: In the mood for a nightcap? Stop by the fireside Bar Kyu, where traditional drinks and flickering candles can help you unwind at the end of a long day.
    • Event space: Featuring an assortment of meeting rooms and banquet halls separated by movable walls, the Hotel Sunroute has everything you need to host a winning event of any size.

Travelocity takes all the hassle out of booking cheap hotels near Tokyo, so you can enjoy your trip without any headaches. No matter what time of year you’re traveling, or how many people are in your party, you’ll find the best deals on hotel rooms in Tokyo right here on our site. Reserve your room today, and you’ll be touring around downtown Tokyo before you know it.

All you need to know about hotels in Tokyo 

Where can I find cheap hotels in Tokyo?


At Travelocity, you’ll find really nice hotels in Tokyo at great prices. We source incredible prices with our trusted partners, so you have a tempting selection of cheap hotels to choose from. If you can be flexible on dates and location—maybe stay at a hotel near Tokyo rather than in Tokyo—we may find you even better rates, too.


How do I find the best Tokyo hotel deals?


Simple! On Travelocity, look through the fantastic offers we’ve already found in Tokyo then use our filters to find a great deal that’s perfect for you. Enter your travel dates, select the number of rooms you need, and we’ll do the rest. You can get great discounts on flights and car hire, too, when you bundle.


How much does it cost to stay in a hotel in Tokyo?


The cheapest hotel in Tokyo is $33 per night, and we have hotels to suit every budget and every taste. Of course, the price you pay depends on your dates of travel, the length of your stay, and the hotel’s location. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms may apply.


How many hotels are in Tokyo?


There are 4368 hotels in Tokyo on Travelocity. Out of reviews, the average rating for Tokyo hotels is 0.0.


What are the best hotels in Tokyo?


Tokyo has so many great hotels to choose from at Travelocity—and it’s so easy to find the perfect one. Just choose one of our popular pre-selected hotels with great reviews, or you can refine your search to build your ideal stay. Simply filter hotels based on price or star rating, or select properties with a pool, a hot tub, or a range of other amenities and pick the best place to stay in Tokyo for you!.


When is the best time to visit Tokyo?


If you want the joy of a fun-filled trip in peak season, visit Tokyo during . If you’d prefer the peace of off-season, book a stay during quieter months, such as .


When is the cheapest time to stay in Tokyo?


Our data shows is usually the cheapest month to visit Tokyo. However, we have incredible deals all year round, so we’re confident you’ll find a room in your budget whenever you choose to travel.


Are there any great family-friendly hotels in Tokyo?


There are multiple hotels in Tokyo that will please the whole family. You need adjoining rooms, baby-sitting services or a swimming pool? We got you covered. Use our family filter to narrow your search down and use guest reviews to help you pick the perfect place for your next family trip to Tokyo. We have plenty of kids-friendly hotels in Tokyo to choose from on Travelocity!


Why book a hotel in Tokyo through Travelocity?


Because we have at the top hotels in Tokyo! We want to help you travel more and worry less. That’s why we’ve put the most amazing hotel, car rental, and flight deals in one place. When you search for hotels with us, you know you’re getting fantastic prices with no hidden fees and free cancellation on most properties up to 24 hours before your stay. If you become a Travelocity member, you also get exclusive member discounts. Sign up today!


How do I cancel my hotel booking in Tokyo on Travelocity?


Canceling your booking with Travelocity is easy. Sign into your account and select My Trips. Here, you will see your cancellation options. We offer free cancellation on many properties.