Are you looking for a place to stay for your next trip to Tokyo? Well, look no further. This guide will give you a list of 5 hotels that have excellent reviews, and they are all within a reasonable price range!

Backpacker’s Mini House [Otemachi]

Located in the centre of Tokyo in the Kanda area, this dormitory-type lodging is great if you’re travelling alone or with a group of friends. There are floors for male guest and floors for female guests too! Many of the guests rave about the friendly and generous host.

Address: 1-12-4, Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Estimated rates (per night): From 3,500 yen (plus tax)


Kaisu [Akasaka]

Kaisu is located in the heart of Tokyo in the Akasaka area and is within walking distance from the bustling area of Roppongi. The location was formerly a traditional Japanese restaurant, and has now been converted into a hostel, cafe, and bar with a modern Japanese interior that retains its appearance from the ryotei days. The cafe and bar area serves as a gathering place for the guests and locals to exchange information and make new friends, all while enjoying a healthy meal made with the vegetables from the local farmer’s market.

Address: 6-13-5, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Estimated rates (per night): From 4,300 yen (plus tax)


Ficus Tokyo Akihabara [Suehirocho]

Ficus Tokyo Akihabara is a hotel that opened in late 2017 in the Akihabara area and is just a minute if you walk from Suehirocho Station. Here you get a budget accomodation, modern and clean rooms and a great convenient option.

Address: 3-8-8, Soto-kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Estimated rates (per night): From 7,533 yen (plus tax)


First Cabin Akihabara [Akihabara]

First Cabin is a capsule hotel chain noted for their luxury style pods that are somewhere between the typical capsule hotel and small business hotels. The First Cabin will provide you with just about everything you’ll need for a nice stay. The entire facility is designed to make you feel like you are in an exclusive airport lounge and are travelling first class. Your stay at this high-quality capsule hotel will be on a whole new level, without having to dig deep into your savings!

Address: 3-38, Kanda Sakuma-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Estimated rates (per night): From 5,800 yen (plus tax)


Super Hotel Lohas Akasaka [Akasaka]

Super Hotel Lohas is a business hotel that features a large communal bath to soak your tired body after a long day. Rooms are fitted with space-saving furniture and comfortable, clean beds. The hotel makes up for its small rooms with it being in one of the most convenient locations in Tokyo. Oh, and there are lots and lots of eateries, bars, and shops in the neighborhood, too!

Address: 3-16-7, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Estimated rates (per night): From 8,700 yen (plus tax)



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