Hotels in Tokyo Prefecture

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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Tokyo Prefecture:S$ 202/night
Absolute cheapest price found:S$ 18/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Monday
S$ 65 - S$ 328
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
S$ 154 - S$ 254
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Top Rated Tokyo Prefecture hotels

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Onsen Ryokan Yuen Shinjuku
Onsen Ryokan Yuen Shinjuku
8.9 Excellent
5-3-18 Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
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5.3 km from city centre, Tokyo, Japan 

Located in Central Tokyo, this hotel is just a short stroll from Shinjuku Golden Gai. It also offers a designated smoking area, a lift and free Wi-Fi.

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Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nishi Shinjuku
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nishi Shinjuku
8.9 Excellent
6-12-39, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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7.3 km from city centre, Tokyo, Japan 

Located in Central Tokyo, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Shinjuku Mitsui Building, Shinjuku Central Park and Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. It is surrounded by a range of popular eateries and is minutes on foot from Nishi-Shinjuku Metro Station.

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Apa Hotel Asakusa Ekimae
Apa Hotel Asakusa Ekimae
8.5 Excellent
1-12-16, Komagata, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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3.8 km from city centre,  

APA Hotel Asakusa Ekimae is set in Taito and is a short stroll from Asakusa. It also features an express check-in and check-out feature.

S$ 48
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Pearl Hotel Shinjuku Akebonobashi
Pearl Hotel Shinjuku Akebonobashi
8.3 Excellent
9-5 Sumiyoshicho, Tokyo, Japan
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4.6 km from city centre,  

Less than a 20-minute stroll from Yotsuya-sanchome Metro Station, Pearl Hotel Shinjuku Akebonobashi provides guests with a convenient base when visiting Tokyo. It also offers a 24-hour reception, a lift and free Wi-Fi.

S$ 55
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About Tokyo Prefecture

Centred around Japan’s bustling capital, Tokyo Prefecture is the beating heart of Japan. It encompasses the sprawling Kantō Plain, artsy commuter cities and several offshore islands that stretch from the Izu Peninsula into the Pacific Ocean.

Things to do

From the neon-illuminated streets of Tokyo to the blissful beaches of the Izu Islands, Tokyo Prefecture is the perfect destination for first-time visitors to Japan.

Sightsee in Tokyo. Home to ancient temples juxtaposed against ultra-modern skyscrapers, Tokyo is one of the world’s most captivating cities. See the famous tuna auction at the Toyosu Fish Market, stroll through the tranquil gardens of the Imperial Palace and photograph the iconic Senso-ji temple before experiencing the pulsing nightlife and iconic crossing in Shibuya.

See the cherry blossoms of Inokashira Park. Kichijōji is a former artist’s colony that’s home to unique boutiques and a thriving live music scene, with the sprawling greenery of Inokashira Park at its heart. Coincide your visit with spring to see the cherry blossoms in bloom while boating on the Inokashira Pond, then discover the history of Japan’s most famous animation studios at Ghibli Museum.

Relax in the Izu Islands. Scattered off the Izu Peninsula in the Pacific Ocean, the Izu Islands are a volcanic archipelago renowned for its natural beauty and outdoor adventures. Go scuba diving, fishing and surfing in the turquoise waters surrounding the largest island, Izu Oshima, or swim with wild dolphins along the coast of Mikurajima.

Visit the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum. From middle-class homes to retro bathhouses and Western-style buildings of the Meiji period, the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum showcases Japan’s architectural history. Admire the former house of architect Kunio Maekawa and learn about the park’s role in inspiring the animated film “Spirited Away”.

Getting around

Haneda Airport and Narita Airport are the main international gateways to Tokyo Prefecture, with domestic airports serving the Izu Islands. An extensive rail network connects cities throughout the region and destinations across Honshu Island. An efficient subway system serves Tokyo city while buses are the main means of getting around other urban areas.

Tokyo Prefecture travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Tokyo Prefecture?

    Tokyo Prefecture has plenty to offer. Consider staying in some of its most favoured locations, like Tokyo, Tachikawa, and Toshima.

  • What are the best hotels in Tokyo Prefecture?

    Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is a very popular hotel in Tokyo Prefecture, with a score of 8.4 from 3,350 reviews. Shinjuku Granbell Hotel (8.0 from 3,206 reviews) and Hotel Gracery Shinjuku (8.5 from 3,134 reviews) are also highly rated Tokyo Prefecture hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.