Tokyo is Japan’s most-visited city and has been for decades. It is the country’s main centre for fashion, modern culture, education, and business. It is also home to a vast amount of attractions. It is also a haven for shopaholics, foodies, and night owls.
There are over 500 accommodation options in Tokyo and over half of these are 3-star hotels. Three-star hotels in Tokyo can be found all over the city, though the most popular properties in this class are located in the Shinjuku area, one of the most lively areas of the city, particularly after dark. Hotel Gracery Shinjuku is the most popular 3-star property in the area with its 14 restaurants and chic bar. The modern Shinjuku Prince Hotel is also a popular place to stay in this area.
Chiyoda is known as Tokyo’s city centre and is home to famous attractions like the Imperial Palace, Kitanomaru Park, Yasukuni Shrine, and Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art. The Hotel Monterey Hanzomon is a popular Tokyo 3-star hotel in this area of the city and is within walking distance of all of these attractions. The hotel is a friendly property steps away from the Hanzomon metro station.
The Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Ikebukuro is a popular three-star accommodation in Tokyo’s Toshimo area in the northwest part of the city. Guest rooms here are contemporary with wood furniture and neutral colours, creating a tranquil environment. It also features 6 restaurants, a cosy bar, a spa, a business centre, and a shopping arcade. Many guests also book events here like weddings, conferences, and business meetings.
Tokyo’s extensive public transportation system means that visitors can stay in any of the city’s three star hotels and still be able to enjoy all of its main attractions. Visitors that want to stay in the trendy Harajuku area can mingle with fashionistas and stroll through Yoyogi Park. They can also enjoy the highly-rated Tokyu Stay Aoyama Premier. Those that want to immerse themselves in Old Tokyo will enjoy the popular Akihabara Washington Hotel, offering modern rooms with refrigerators, flat-screen TVs, and free WiFi.