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Clean and comfortable accommodations in the heart of Tokyo's Jimbocho book district are provided by the Sakura Hotel. The bilingual staff is friendly and helpful and the front desk is open around the clock. All the rooms are either singles, or doubles and quadruples with bunk beds. The clientèle is very mixed, from students to company reps to budget overseas travelers. Many return time and time again.
Overlooking Meiji University, the Yamanoue Hotel, also known as the Hilltop Hotel, has a proud history of hospitality stretching back to the 1930s. It was one of the favorite haunts of author Yukio Mishima. Today, the hotel's art-deco furnishings and spacious rooms still attract a cultured clientèle. The elegant charm of the hotel is especially suited to romantic getaways or a honeymoon stay.
Constructed around a spectacular Japanese garden, the star-shaped main building with its revolving restaurant is now overshadowed by the hotel's massive Tower and Garden Court annex to the south. Rooms are elegantly furnished befitting a hotel of this stature. Staff are extremely hospitable and are English speaking. You couldn't have asked for more with 37 restaurants and bars serving cuisines from Polynesian delights to French cuisine. An art museum, tennis courts and a large shopping arcade of stylish boutiques, all these to make your stay a memorable one.
Located a 5-minute walk from Akasaka-Mitsuke Subway Station in the heart of Tokyo, Hotel Monterey Akasaka offers modern accommodation with a touch of classical European charm. It features free property-wide Wi-Fi. Guestrooms at Akasaka Hotel Monterey feature stylish décor with air-conditioning and heating facilities. Each room is equipped with a tea/coffee maker and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Smartphones in the room may be used inside and outside of the property free of charge. The hotel is a 15-minute walk from the Tokyo Midtown complex in Roppongi. Akasak-Mitsuke Station offers direct subway access to the Ginza, Ueno and Shibuya areas, all within a 20-minute ride. The neighbouring Akasaka area features a wide range of restaurants and bars. Guests can enjoy a relaxing massage in their room. The hotel offers luggage storage. A breakfast buffet with Western and Japanese dishes is offered at an on-site restaurant.
Offering tidy rooms with a flat-screen TV and private bathroom, Tokyo Ueno New Izu Hotel is a 5-minute walk from JR Ueno Train Station. A free-use massage chair is provided. Guests at New Izu Ueno Hotel can choose between Western rooms with classical decor and a Japanese-style room with tatami (woven straw) flooring and futon beds. All rooms include a tea maker and fridge. Keisei Line Ueno Station is a 7-minute walk away and offers direct access to Narita Airport. The hotel is a 6-minute walk from Ueno Park and a 10-minute subway ride from the Akihabara and Asakusa areas. The lobby has both free Wi-Fi and a free-use internet terminal, and coin-operated laundry machines are provided. A 24-hour convenience store is located on the 1st floor.
This is a decidedly spartan hotel, which has been offering rooms with or without bath for budget travelers since the early 1970s. Rates depend upon the floor space and size of the bed. The clientele is mostly students, tourists and short-stay business visitors, who find the Center unpretentious and very hospitable. English is spoken, as are several Asian languages. There is a modest restaurant, bar and snack lounge. During summer the central terrace becomes a beer garden. Small conferences may be held in the two meeting rooms. Inexpensive cafeteria-style meals and limited parking are available to guests.
Located right on bustling Shinjuku-dori Street, this new hotel caters primarily to corporate travelers. It is convenient to business and entertainment districts and is located on a subway line that goes directly to Tokyo Station and Shinjuku. The rooms are functional and comfortable with amenities international executives will appreciate but luxurious enough for tourists who are simply on vacation to also be comfortable. Whether you are in Tikyo for business or pleasure, a stay at this hotel can't go wrong.
The Hotel Listel is quite inexpensive for a hotel of this size. Located in Shinjuku, not far from the Kabukicho entertainment district and within an easy commute from the financial and business districts of central Tokyo, the hotel offers convenience and as well as comfortable, clean and relatively spacious lodgings. All rooms are Western style.
Just three minutes' walk from Shinjuku Station, this hotel offers fine Japanese hospitality and comfortable accommodation for both families and business travelers. It is convenient to shopping and entertainment areas, but located in a quieter part of the Shinjuku urban hub. Rooms are efficiently designed, with little wasted space. Four restaurants, business service center, beauty salon, and drugstore—all these for your comfort.
Once the tallest hotel in Japan, the Keio Plaza has been a centerpiece Tokyo hotel since the early 1970s. Additions in the 1980s allowed it to compete with the spate of newer hotels going up in the district. Today it boasts a vast array of rooms in both traditional Japanese-style as well as Western-style configuration. Those on the west side have an excellent view of the futuristic-looking Tokyo government office buildings.
The porthole-style windows of this business hotel look out on some of Tokyo's most breathtaking scenery. Rooms on the upper floors are always in high demand. The hotel itself is somewhat upmarket, but provides good value with its well-equipped, space-saving accommodation. Check-in is facilitated by automatic key-vending machines on the third-floor lobby. The convenience to shopping in the nearby electronics district makes this hotel a popular choice.