[2020 Edition] 50 Best Affordable Love Hotels in Tokyo
The popularity of love hotels as accommodation for tourists has been steadily increasing, and many people have even come to prefer it over regular hotels. Take a look at some of our recommendations below to find out why! The list is categorized by areas including Shinjuku and Ikebukuro to help you sort through them by location.
Sep 02 2019 (Apr 15 2020)
41. Hotel Balian Resort Kinshicho
This love hotel will give you a memorable experience, with its wonderful Bali-inspired decor, 24-hour front desk support, and free services including bathrobes and slippers.
From skincare products and hair care products to bath salts, they have everything covered to make sure you feel pampered! If you feel like a snack, they even have a free snack corner for you to enjoy.
42. HOTEL LOHAS Kinshicho
All of the rooms at this hotel are decorated lavishly, and the Japanese-style room pictured above is particularly popular with guests. Some rooms even have jacuzzi bathtubs with large TVs!
Located within 2 km from Tokyo Skytree, this place allows for easy access to some of Tokyo's biggest attractions. Take advantage of the generous services provided at this hotel, and then head out to explore Tokyo!
43. Hotel Gransky
No matter what website you look at, you'll find that Hotel Gransky is one of the most highly-rated love hotels in Tokyo. Some reasons for that are its location, just 1.9 km from Tokyo Skytree, cleanliness, and gorgeous decor.
The main reason, however, is the open-air bath and amazing view at night from their Premier Sky Suites. The open-air bath has to be reserved when you check in, but it is well worth it according to many reviewers.
44. HOTEL KAHNI
Hotel Kahni is located right near Uguisudani Station, which is very convenient to access the sightseeing areas in Tokyo.
All of the rooms are decorated differently by theme, and they have an exotic ambiance that will make your stay in Tokyo just a little bit more interesting.
45. Hotel Crystal
This hotel is located just a minute's walk away from Uguisudani Station, and is within walking distance from the museums and many other sightseeing areas of Ueno.
The furnishing of the rooms is simple but it provides plenty of comfort. The food and drinks menu is also quite extensive, so you can enjoy a relaxing time in your room.
46. Princess II
Located only 1.7 km away from the famous Asakusa Shrine, Princess II places you in a perfect position to explore Taito, which is a highly recommended area for those with an interest in cultural and historical spots.
They have a total of 31 rooms, all of which are equipped with their own bathrooms, Wi-Fi, basic amenities, and more. If you get hungry, you can order room service. The menu is simple, but it'll definitely keep you full!
47. The CALM Hotel Tokyo
The unique aspect about this love hotel is that it doesn’t look like your typical love hotel, making it great for business travelers. It also helps that it is conveniently located just 5 minutes away from Gotanda Station by foot, allowing for easy access to the rest of Tokyo!
They also provide great services, including free soft drinks at any time of the day and free breakfasts with options ranging from Japanese-style to dessert-style meals.
48. Meguro Emperor
As the name suggests, this hotel looks like it was designed for an emperor. Coupled with an elegant interior, the whole place exudes a sense of luxury. They are also conveniently located, only 10 km from Haneda Airport and 3 km from Shibuya.
True to their name, they provide amenities and services that will make you feel like royalty, including massage chairs, Simmons mattresses, saunas, and even open-air baths!
49. Hotel COREST
This is one of the best love hotels that Tokyo has to offer. Many people rave about their location, which is just 2.5 km away from Tsukiji Market. If you have trouble finding accommodation with a decent location and at a decent price point, this is a great place to stay.
They use premium mattresses from FranceBed to ensure guests get a good night's sleep. On top of that, they offer non-smoking rooms and complimentary Western-style breakfasts!
50. AROMA GARU
You can enjoy various scented “Aroma” baths at this hotel, including a milk bath, wine bath, and lemongrass bath. Please note, however, that these are paid services.
AROMA GARU offers several types of rooms, including a private party floor for large groups of people. This can be great for large groups of travelers looking to get a good night's rest before hopping on the plane the next day, as the hotel isn't far from Haneda Airport.
Now that you know the wonders of Japanese love hotels, you can find and book one that fits your itinerary, budget, and interests! Let us know if you've been to a love hotel that you think should be on this list.
*Rates are approximations only. Depending on the timing, prices may vary. In addition, prices may change without notice, so be sure to check in advance.
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