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The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo

Shinagawa / Gotanda 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Connected to the east (Konan exit) side of Shinagawa Station via pedestrian bridge, this hotel occupies the top floors of one of a handful of new office buildings — Star Service

Beautifully blending modernity with traditional Japanese aesthetics, the Strings is Shinagawa's top-tier hotel. — Fodor's

Located on the 26th floor, this hotel has scenic views of Odaiba Island and Rainbow Bridge. — DK Eyewitness

Take in the views of Tokyo Tower and the Rainbow Bridge in this serene, lofty space designed by award-winning architect Terry McGinnity. — Lonely Planet

Opened in 2003, ANA’s Strings Hotel brings a new level of class and service to the revitalised Shinagawa district. — Time Out

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Hotel New Otani Tokyo Garden Tower

Akasaka / Roppongi 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The New Otani sprawls like a mini metropolis over a vast area ten minutes’ walk west of the Imperial Palace. — Time Out

There’s a whiff of pretension about the New Ōtani, but it’s justified, loaded as it is with large, luxurious rooms, upmarket restaurants, boutiques and gift shops. — Lonely Planet

300 m south of Yotsuya Station and convenient to the Yotsuya, Nagata-cho and Akasaka-mitsuke subway stations, Tokyo's most substantial hotel offers something for everyone. — Star Service

A bustling complex in the center of Tokyo... the New Otani can feel frantic, but its best feature, a spectacular 10-acre Japanese garden, helps guests find sanctuary. — Fodor's

Mammoth hotel which is a tourist attraction in its own right for its traditional gardens. — Rough Guide

Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier

Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Italian designer Piero Rissoni's chic boutique look for Mitsui's flagship hotel helps it stand out from the crowd. — Rough Guide

If you book ahead and online, this upmarket business hotel is a steal. — Lonely Planet

Mitsui Garden Ginza impresses with its functional yet contemporary design. — Michelin Guide

A winning combination—chic and reasonable—this hotel occupies the top of the 38-floor Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower at the edge of bustling Ginza. — Fodor's

Located in Ginza, but just off the main drag, this modern skyscraper hotel offers four-star luxury and beautiful views at a reasonable price. — DK Eyewitness

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from $149

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Shinjuku 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the best bases for visiting the sights of Shinjuku. — DK Eyewitness

This hotel has a reputation as a business destination that serves its guests with a classic touch. — Fodor's

Just outside the busy Shinjuku Station, the Keio Plaza Hotel is about as centrally located as you can get in Tokyo. — Travel + Leisure

Popular with both Japanese and foreign travelers, including group tours, and the lobby bustles with activity. — Frommer's

Rooms... all have excellent city views, be sure to ask for one that has been recently renovated. — Lonely Planet

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from $254

Hyatt Regency Tokyo

Shinjuku 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set amid Shinjuku's skyscrapers, this hotel has the trademark Hyatt atrium-style lobby... the rooms are spacious for the price, though somewhat unremarkable in design. — Fodor's

Opened in 1977, it's the oldest and least expensive of the three Hyatt properties in Tokyo, although it adheres to strict, high-quality Hyatt standards still today. — Star Service

Offering 746 rooms amidst the bustle of Shinjuku, the luxury Hyatt Regency Tokyo scores high on location and graceful decor, its quietly elegant vibe drawing in couples and business travelers. — Oyster

This marble behemoth holds its own as one of Shinjuku’s best high-end options. — Lonely Planet

Bedrooms are divided into Regency Club rooms and Standard rooms and are further classified according to their view; choose the cityscape or Shinjuku Chuo Park. — Michelin Guide

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Hotel Century Southern Tower

Shinjuku 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The sparse offerings at the Century... are more than compensated for by the hotel's reasonable prices and wonderful location. — Fodor's

Located on Shinjuku’s Southern Terrace, and with guest rooms from the 20th floor up, the Hotel Century offers superb views of the area’s sights and lights. — DK Eyewitness

This chic, modern hotel is located just southwest of Shinjuku Station... Ask for a room on a higher floor. — Frommer's

This hotel has long been a favorite among Tokyo visitors-in-the-know for its very convenient location... and for its breathtaking views without the usual sky-high rates. — Concierge

Just a three minute walk from the south exit of Shinjuku station, this city hotel makes the most of its convenient location. — Time Out

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from $231

Ryokan Sawanoya

Ueno, Asakusa 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The shitamachi area is known for its down-to-earth friendliness, which you get in full measure at Sawanoya.... it is very popular with budget travelers. — Fodor's

One of the few ryokan in Tokyo to cater almost exclusively for foreign visitors, Sawanoya has a small library of English-language guidebooks and provides its own map of the old-fashioned Yanaka area. — Time Out

One of Tokyo’s most charming family-run traditional ryokan inns – clean, friendly, comfortable and quintessentially Japanese. — The Telegraph

This is a great place to stay thanks to Sawa-san's enthusiastic devotion to his neighborhood... Highly recommended. — Frommer's

Though nothing fancy, it offers good-value tatami rooms. — Rough Guide

The Capitol Hotel Tokyu

Akasaka / Roppongi 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Although located in the city centre, this hotel is surrounded by the verdant scenery of the Hie Jinja Shrine, and the quiet atmosphere makes you forget the hustle and bustle of the city — Michelin Guide

Everything old is new again: the Capitol, once a boxy 29-floor commercial complex designed by architect Kengo Kuma, had a long history that included hosting The Beatles. — Fodor's

Overlooking the Hie Shrine, one of Tokyo’s most historic Shinto shrines, this Kengo Kuma–designed property is a quiet oasis in central Tokyo. — Travel + Leisure

It mixes contemporary Japanese-inspired design with five star luxury in a serene green setting in Tokyo’s political district. — The Telegraph

The reception staff is proud of the digs here, although English remains their second language — Star Service

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Hilton Tokyo Odaiba

Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is by far the most un-Tokyo-like hotel in the city... it's especially popular with young well-to-do Japanese in search of an exotic weekend getaway. — Frommer's

Placed on the waterfront, the balconies give the sense of being on a boat at full sail (many of which can actually be seen on the water). — Time Out

This is an urban resort hotel with a relaxing, leisurely feel. — Michelin Guide

This well-appointed hotel is located next to the Tokyo Decks’ leisure, café, and restaurant complex. — DK Eyewitness

With a facade that follows the curve of the Tokyo Bay shoreline, the 16-story Nikko presents itself as an "urban resort" with European style. — Fodor's

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from $356

Hilton Tokyo

Shinjuku 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rooms have nice Japanese design touches, such as shoji (paper screens) on the windows. — Rough Guide

Set at the northeast corner of Shinjuku Central Park, this property faces the Hyatt Regency, 200 m south of the Nishi-Shinjuku subway station and 200 m north of the Tocho-mae subway station — Star Service

Has many excellent facilities including an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi and rooftop tennis courts. — DK Eyewitness

The modern rooms have decadent bathrooms; it may be worth upgrading to Executive Rooms for the extra perks, including free Wi-Fi and a free breakfast. — Oyster

The standard of service is high. For business travellers, the hotel offers five executive floors... one of few Tokyo hotels to have its own tennis courts. — Time Out

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from $205

Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel

Shibuya / Harajuku / Ebisu 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel is set in Shibuya's tallest skyscraper, just west of Harajuku. — Travel + Leisure

This 40-storey tower comes into view as soon as you leave the station and is one of the landmarks of Shibuya — Michelin Guide

It may be outshone in the luxury market by the myriad new entrants, but the Cerulean is Shibuya’s lone top-end establishment. — Time Out

A ritzy affair... Some rooms have bathrooms with a glittering view of the city. — Rough Guide

Sprawl out on the huge beds and drink deeply of the big views, because there’s room to breathe in these enormous rooms. — Lonely Planet

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from $326

THE GATE HOTEL Asakusa Kaminarimon by HULIC

Ueno, Asakusa 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The once-scruffy downtown district of Asakusa seems to be going upmarket these days – no more so than with the opening of this plush, Shigeru Uchida-designed hotel. — Time Out

Good value if you want a stylish stay in an atmospheric corner of eastern Tokyo. — The Telegraph

The hotel’s architecture and interior focus on art and clean design. — Afar Magazine

The 137 contemporary guest rooms have a fresh, up-to-date look, with tasteful, simple decor and sleek bathrooms. There are scenic city views from the hotel's 13th-floor reception area. — Oyster

This relative newcomer presents a certain stylish flair, starting from the entrance, where an elevator whisks you up 13 floors to the beautiful, glass-walled lobby. — Fodor's

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from $147

The Hilltop Hotel

Ochanomizu / Akihabara / Kanda 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is a delightfully old-fashioned, unpretentious (some might say dowdy) hotel with character. — Frommer's

An old favorite with writers, this prewar Art Deco hotel exudes charm and character. — DK Eyewitness

This grand old place from the 1930s exudes personality and charm, with antique wooden furniture and a wood-panelled lounge. — Lonely Planet

Not many hotels in Tokyo can be said to exude genuine charm, so the Hilltop deserves some credit for retaining its old-fashioned traditions. — Time Out

Service is thoughtful and attentive—the staff even promises to pump fresh oxygen into your room. — Concierge

Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Shiodome

Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With breakfast thrown in, this is an excellent deal in one of Tokyo’s newest neighbourhoods. — Lonely Planet

The hotel's public spaces are sleek and swanky . . . Rooms come with free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and electric kettles. — Oyster

Calm, stylish colour schemes are used in the bedrooms, which feature spacious bathrooms and plenty of amenities. — Michelin Guide

Part of a hotel chain that keeps its prices low and standards high, this 2004 flagship is located in the dazzling Shiodome complex. — DK Eyewitness

The Villa Fontaine chain has mushroomed across the city in the last few years. Prices are surprisingly low, and many of its hotels offer unique options such as women-only floors. — Time Out

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from $225

Ana Intercontinental Tokyo

Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This very stylish and professionally run hotel has attentive staff. a swimming pool, scores of restaurants and attractive public areas. — Rough Guide

The rooms are modern while still nodding to Japan's aesthetic past: Traditional colors such as indigo and red balance out the contemporary, minimal furnishings. — Concierge

A few minutes’ walk from the Tameike-Sanno subway station, this popular hotel offers large rooms with those on the upper storeys having great views. — Insight Guides

The three sides of the triangular-shaped hotel provide views of the Imperial Palace Outer Garden, Tokyo Tower and Roppongi Hills. — Michelin Guide

With an outdoor pool, a small gym and an excellent business centre, this remains a sleek and sophisticated choice. — Lonely Planet

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from $262

Shinagawa Prince Hotel Tokyo

Shinagawa / Gotanda 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel's complex includes two swimming pools, 13 food and beverage outlets, tennis courts, a shopping mall, cinema, bowling alley, and even an aquarium. — Oyster

Set in a large entertainment complex in front of Shinagawa Station, the Prince has thousands of rooms housed in several towers, though singles are cramped. — Lonely Planet

With four gleaming white buildings added at various stages (each with its own check-in), the Shinagawa Prince Hotel is the largest sleep factory in Japan. — Frommer's

Because of its proximity to Shinkansen and commuter lines, it's popular with midrange business travelers during the week. A wide range of entertainment diversions bring family vacationers on weekends. — Star Service

Just a three-minute walk from JR Shinagawa Station, the Prince is a sprawling complex that's part hotel (with four towers) and part entertainment village. — Fodor's

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from $70

Shibuya Granbell Hotel

Shibuya / Harajuku / Ebisu 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A hip atmosphere... Certainly fun. — Rough Guide

Affordable boutique hotels are hard to come by in Tokyo, especially ones as artfully designed as the Granbell Hotel in Shibuya. — Concierge

Location, location, location—that's the Granbell, and with a minimalist pop-art style to boot. — Fodor's

One of the city’s few boutique hotels, the Granbell is a step up from your average business hotel, though it’s priced about the same. — Lonely Planet

The Granbell offers a stylish alternative to your run-of-the-mill business hotel. — Time Out

Asakusa View Hotel

Ueno, Asakusa 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its uniformed staff and marble lobby somewhat incongruent with this downtown, working-class neighbourhood, the Asakusa View boasts a fairly high standard of accommodation. — Time Out

Asakusa's grandest hotel... the rooms are less memorable than the public areas. but are reasonably spacious and boast great views from the higher floors. — Rough Guide

Upscale Western-style accommodations are rare in Asakusa, so the Asakusa View pretty much has this end of the market to itself. — Fodor's

It's a good place to stay if you want to be in Tokyo's old downtown but don't want to sacrifice any creature comforts. — Frommer's

Overlooking one of Tokyo's most famous shrines, the Asakusa View is a classic downtown Tokyo hotel, complete with an impressive marble lobby and crystal chandeliers. — Travel + Leisure

Sukeroku No Yado Sadachiyo

Ueno, Asakusa 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This smart, modern ryokan is wonderfully situated five minutes’ walk from Asakusa’s temple. — Time Out

Located in the heart of Asakusa's traditional neighborhood... A great choice for those wishing to experience a bit of old Edo in the modern metropolis. — Frommer's

A sophisticated, modern Japanese inn located just five minutes from the Senso-ji Temple. Japanese-style rooms come in different sizes. — DK Eyewitness

Located in the city's historic district, this traditional inn features rooms that are outfitted with tatami mats, low tables, and futon bedding. — Travel + Leisure

Step back into Edoera Asakusa in this delightful old inn. — Rough Guide

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from $137

New Otani Inn Tokyo

Shinagawa / Gotanda 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Its location in the commercial Shinagawa district just outside the city center makes it ideal for business travelers, and Osaka Station and a mall across the street are appealing for tourists. — Oyster

The sprawling Otani is packed with facilities including its own art museum, a revolving restaurant, roof-top rose garden and an immaculate 400-year-old Japanese garden. — Lonely Planet

Inside, the dim lighting and spacious foyers produce the feeling of a luxury cruise ship. — Time Out

Sprawling, sumptuous, and venerable old hotel with amenities galore and a dozen elegant restaurants. — Travel + Leisure

300 m south of Yotsuya Station and convenient to the Yotsuya, Nagata-cho and Akasaka-mitsuke subway stations, Tokyo's most substantial hotel offers something for everyone. — Star Service

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from $132
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