Tokyo is awash with great new hotels, most of which opened during the pandemic. Here’s a short list of our favorites.
Mimaru Shinjuku West: Midrange, family friendly
Mimaru Shinjuku West
The Millennials Shibuya: Budget, boutique, capsule
The Millennials Shibuya
The Lively Azabujuban Tokyo: Budget, boutique
The Lively Azabujuban
Hundred Stay Tokyo Shinjuku: Midrange, family hotel
Hundred Stay Tokyo Shinjuku
Blossom Hibiya: Budget, business hotel, feels upscale
(View on Booking.com or Agoda.com)
Rates here are at the top of the budget bracket, but it feels like a solid midrange hotel. With great views and Hibiya park nearby, it’s a good place for a relaxing stay.
Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo: Luxury, spacious serviced apartments
Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo
More Tokyo Hotel Information
- For an overview of the accommodation in different Tokyo districts, check out our Where to Stay in Tokyo page.
- And for more recommendations and suggestions, check out our guide to Tokyo Hotels.
Tokyo Vacation Checklist
- For all the essentials in a brief overview, see my First Time In Tokyo guide
- Check Tokyo accommodation availability and pricing on Booking.com – usually you can reserve a room with no upfront payment. Pay when you check out. Free cancellations too
- Need tips on where to stay? See my one page guide Where To Stay In Tokyo
- You can buy a Japan SIM card online for collection on arrival at Tokyo Narita or Haneda airports. Or rent an unlimited data pocket wifi router
- See my comprehensive Packing List For Japan
- Compare airline flight prices and timings for the best Japan flight deals. Check my guides to arriving at Narita Airport and at Haneda Airport.
- If you're visiting more than one city, save a ton of money with a Japan Rail Pass – here's why it's worth it
- A prepaid Suica card makes travelling around Tokyo much easier - here's how
- World Nomads offers simple and flexible travel insurance. Buy at home or while traveling and claim online from anywhere in the world