Comfortable and budget-friendly! 10 Recommended Business Hotels Around Tokyo Station
If you want to travel around the outskirts of Tokyo, then wouldn't it be a good idea to get lodging by Tokyo Station? Since public transportation is so often there, it's very convenient to reach many places. In order to see as much as possible, you definitely want your hotel to be both budget-friendly yet comfortable! Here are 10 different hotels in the Tokyo Station area to consider.
Jan 03 2017 (Sep 09 2020)
1. Hotel Livemax Nihonbashi Hakozaki
This hotel has various plans, such as men-only or women-only plans. Each of them have popular amenities included, so not only is it very comfortable it's also very convenient. It's just a 5 minute walk from the T-CAT terminal heading to the airport, and 17 minutes by train to both the Ryogoku Sumo Hall and the Edo-Tokyo Museum. Meiji Jingu is 18 minutes away by train. It's a very convenient spots for other sightseeing areas like Tokyo Skytree as well.
2. Tsukiji Business Hotel Ban
This hotel is right next to Tsukiji Honganji and right in front of Tsukiji Market. You can walk to Ginza, Kabuki-za, and Shinbashi Enbujo. You can also reach the popular Tokyo Disneyland by train with only one transfer in about 25 minutes. It's different from a regular business hotel, in that their motto is to serve hospitality similar to a traditional inn. All of the staff are hospitable from the bottom of their hearts, so you will be able to fully enjoy the best of Japan. You can also enjoy a breakfast that can only be had in Tsukiji. You can choose 5 dishes from the category "flavors of Japan," including the very popular tuna rice bowl and salmon rice bowl!
3. Capsule Value Kanda
If you want to experience the Japanese capsule hotel, this is one to consider. Each bed is in a space of 100 x 200 x 100 cm, so you can sleep in a snug, calm space that will make you fully rested for the next day's sightseeing! There's free Wi-Fi and outlets available for use. There's also one computer available for guest use, no charge. There's also a printer and a copier (10 yen per page), so you can print maps or other useful information. You can reach Tokyo Skytree in 20 minutes with just one transfer, and Odaiba in 25 minutes with just one transfer. Tokyo Disneyland is 30 minutes away including one transfer, Haneda Airport is 35 minutes away, and Narita Airport is 60 minutes away.
4. Grids Hostel Lounge Tokyo Nihonbashi East
This capsule hotel is particularly nice, with a modern design and top-of-the-line facilities. It's very clean and made so that women can feel safe here. It's entirely non-smoking, and there's staff at the front desk 24 hours a day. You can reach Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Tokyo Station, and Shinagawa Station without transferring trains. It's also very conveniently located for reaching the Budokan, Tokyo Dome, and Tokyo Disney Resort. This hotel is very popular with foreign tourists.
5. First Inn Kyobashi
This hotel is becoming frequented by foreign tourists, and there's also a women's only floor. Depending on the time, the bath is split by gender, so make sure to check before you go. The building is old, so even though it's very clean it might be a little different from your image of the area, but it's just a minute from Kyobashi Station and 2 minutes from Takaracho Station, so it's very convenient yet budget-friendly. There are some days when it's closed, so please check before you go.
6. Harumi Grand Hotel
This hotel has a business corner featuring computers with broadband Internet access, printers, fax machines, copiers, and other equipment so you can look up and print information easily. There's staff at the front desk 24 hours a day, and if you contact them by phone beforehand, they'll let you check-in even after 10 pm. The coin laundry machines are available from 7 am to 11 pm, and it costs 200 yen for 30 minutes (100 yen for 10 minutes for the dryer). The breakfast buffet has 20 items available, including original seasonal dishes, and 6 different types of drinks. The decorations in the lobby are always seasonal so you can enjoy Japan's four seasons if you stay here often!
7. Tokyo Ginza Bay Hotel
This hotel has a foot bath by the entrance, so you can tell that it's a relaxing hotel filled with Japanese tastes. Each capsule is 2 square meters wide. 4 different stations on 5 different lines are all within a 10 minute walk so it's extremely convenient. There are floors separated by gender so you can stay here without worry. You can fully enjoy Japanese aesthetics here by wearing their offered outfit styled after monk's working clothes and spending time in the lounge or soaking in the foot bath.
8. First Cabin Tsukiji
This new style of compact hotel is modeled after luxury cabins on airplanes. The largest rooms, the first class cabin rooms, are 4.4 square meters, while the business class cabins are 2.5 square meters. It's right above Tsukiji Station, and it's in a perfect location just a 5 minute walk from Ginza. Since it's a simple lodging facility, the rooms don't have locks, but there are women's only floors. There are shower booths as well as gender-separated baths, so you can leisurely enjoy a Japanese-style bath. There's a plan that includes breakfast, which offers ochazuke (fish or meat over rice with tea poured on it) using Tsukiji ingredients. There is also a cafe and bar that anyone, not just guests, can use, so you can enjoy a meal with drinks at a reasonable price.
9. Hotel Mystays Kanda
Each room has Wi-Fi! It was completely renovated in the summer of 2016, so it's very nice and very convenient. There are 5 stations within walking distance, and it's also only one station away from Akihabara. There is coffee and different types of tea in every room, as well as instant miso soup, so please enjoy the flavors of Japan in your room.
10. Pearl Hotel Kayabacho
If you want to pick your hotel based on the meals, here's one to consider. There are various plans available, but if you pick the plan that has breakfast included, you can enjoy a Japanese-Western buffet. There are fresh vegetables and the famous Fukawa meshi (a rice bowl topped with different types of clams boiled with onions and other vegetables), so you can enjoy dishes that can only be had here. Near the hotel are supermarkets, convenience stores, and restaurants, so it's convenient for shopping as well as for exploring Japanese supermarkets. Maybe you'll make a new discovery.
The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.