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Budget hotels in Tokyo
Tokyo Guest House 2020 offers a golf course, a Jacuzzi and hiking and staying here will not pinch your pocket. The top-rated economy hotel, Capsule And Sauna New Century - Caters To Men, is a short drive to Saigo Takamori Statue and offers comfortable accommodations and budget rates from 42US$. For the budget traveler, Sakura Hotel Hatagaya in Shibuya Ward district is a great place to stay.
Proximity to public transport
Should you want to find a hotel near an airport, Nine Hours Narita and Nikko Narita are great options to stay close by Narita International airport. Hilton Tokyo is only a 5-minute walk from Tochomae metro station and has a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool. Metropolitan Edmont is a 5-minute walk from Iidabashi train station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
To avoid long rides to get to the city center, book Hotel Mystays Nishi Shinjuku, an upscale choice with an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi, situated 800 meters away. Hyatt Regency Tokyo is less than 200 meters from the downtown area and offers an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi. If you're interested in staying in Shinjuku Ward district, book a room at Tokyo Sumidagawa Youth Hostel, 300 meters from Bistro La Ciboulette.
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is a 5-minute walk to Statue Tamachan and comes with a spa area, karaoke and a wellness centre. If you're interested in learning about the area's famous attractions, pick a hotel next to Yoyogi Park, such as Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku that is a 20-minute walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Stay at the 5-star Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel or at the opulent Palace Hotel Tokyo situated in Chiyoda district. Park Hyatt Tokyo, just 450 meters from the center, offers all the comforts of a fancy boutique hotel. Hotel Monterey Ginza is a top-rated chain hotel in Chuo Ward district, and is situated within easy reach of Kusunoki Masashige Statue.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Hostel Hana An is an affordable choice of an apartment that is 700 meters from Sakeoh. Guests planning to visit Toshima district may want to book a room at Sheena And Ippei, with rates from 101US$. Business travelers may consider a hotel in Sumida Ward district, such as the 3-star Apa Hotel Okachimachieki-Kita S or Toyoko Inn Tokyo Nihon-Bashi Hamacho Meijiza-Mae. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Kobochan Statue, such as Jr Kyushu Blossom Shinjuku or Capsule Anshin Oyado Ogikubo Caters To Men.
Tokyo is a location for ''great movies''.
It was Sophia Coppola, a master of filmmaking who made Tokyo a showcase for the winner of an Oscar for the best Original Screenplay - Lost in Translation. It was a screenplay that brought Tokyo to the silver screen and made the entire city look different. After the movie had been broadcasted, tourists saw beyond the city's historical relics, captured by its pulsating essence of an influential metropolis.
If you want to experience it on your own – Tokyo, a city compound of old and new – try Booked.net. Here you can find a hotel in Tokyo that you like from cheap offers to luxury Tokyo hotels all available with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
The influence of Tokyo on global scene is indisputable as it stands alongside the leaders of the world’s economy like London and New York. Its fast-developing economy, thriving on the high-tech industry, publishing and broadcasting converted Tokyo into a major international finance center and a home to the houses of the world's largest investment banks.
But you shouldn't be afraid of visiting industrial hub as Tokyo is not only about business. It can be a bit busy on weekdays, but totally peaceful on weekends perhaps only with light traffic outside. This is a good opportunity for you to take a stroll of the city and take in its past days thus what can be better for this than a couple of good places to visit. Attractions include;
- Tokyo Tower offers the best views of Tokyo
- Imperial Palace, a residence of the Emperor of Japan
- Meiji Shrine, located in Shibuya-ku and dedicated to the Emperor Meiji
- Tokyo Metropolitan Government is the highest spot in Tokyo
If you don't want to be sticking to the list of attractions, you can just walk around Tokyo and get ready for the contrasts it provides. It seems sometimes as if it is compound not of districts, but of independent cities that’s how diverse Tokyo is. Thus when you get tired of modern high-rises be sure to find some areas in Tokyo that are far from mobile phones and flat screen TVs.
Tokyo wasn't always the most expensive and influential of global cities. In the 12th century BC, what is now Tokyo was a small area inhabited by the Edo family. The city started to move forward with establishment of postal system in 1871, but an earthquake in 1923 slowed down its progress. Another event – American bombing in 1945 during World War II, levelled the city in a firestorm, and this burning is stamped in the memory of locals.
Only the hosting of the 18th Summer Olympics in Tokyo in 1964 stimulated a growth of the city's population reaching the 10 million mark. Today modern Tokyo is ranked the most populous city in the world with 12 million residents.
All these people make up the heart of Tokyo thus they will be pleased to welcome you in their city - Tokyo and Booked.net will take care of your hotel at the lowest possible price.