The Tokyu Stay Shibuya is a great little apartment-style hotel a bit of a walk from Shibuya Station. The rates are very reasonable and it’s a great value.
If you don’t mind staying a bit of a walk up the hill from Shibuya Station (about 15 minutes on foot), this apartment-style hotel is a good choice. The rooms contain a small kitchenette and a washing machine, which is incredibly convenient if you’ve been on the road a while.
Otherwise, the rooms are pretty standard for business hotels in this price range.
The hotel is in a mostly residential area and there’s a supermarket close by, which, combined with the kitchenette, can save you a lot of money.
It’s the ideal choice for someone who has to be in town for a few days on business and wants to save some money.
Tokyu Stay Shibuya
8-14 Shinsen-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0045
wifi and LAN cable access
Train: 3-minute walk from the south exit of Shinsen Station on the Keio Inokashira line.
Train: 10-minute walk from the west exit of Shibuya Station.
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