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Best Hotels In Tokyo Walkable From The Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line

Best Hotels In Tokyo Walkable From The Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line

A trip to Tokyo, one of the most expensive cities in the world, can be a little daunting on the wallets of many travellers. Luxurious hotels typically range from 400 to 700 USD per night per room. However, that does not mean that you should avoid booking hotel stays altogether when in the capital city of Japan. In this article, discover the six best hotels in Tokyo specially curated for you along the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line. They are worth every dollar spent, for maximum convenience and comfort!

1. The Westin Tokyo: Ebisu Station (from 299 USD per night)

Strategically located in a central business district surrounded by pleasant tourist attractions, The Westin Tokyo is a prestigious luxury hotel that needs no special introduction. Being situated at the edge of Ebisu Garden Place, a landmark built at where Yebisu beer factory used to be, relax and unwind from the bustle and hustle of the city in the refined hotel right smack in the upscale Ebisu neighbourhood. All guest rooms are at least 42 square metres each, a big size considering Tokyo’s accommodation standard, so the room assures you will have plenty of room to move about. Furthermore, all guest rooms feature the famous Westin heavenly beds, so that you can enjoy restful nights throughout your stay. Needless to say, the hotel has everything you can expect from a premier hotel, from superb service to tasteful decor, facilities and dining options.

The Westin Tokyo

Address: 1-4-1 Mita, Meguro Ward, Tokyo 153-8580 (see map)

Price: from 299 USD per night

Number of Guests: 2

Access: 7-minute walk from Tokyo metro and JR Ebisu Station via traveller

Contact: +81 3-5423-7000

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2. The Ritz Carlton Tokyo: Roppongi Station (from 465.30 USD per night)

Fancy a panoramic view of Tokyo’s spectacular skyline right in the comfort of your elegant room? Then look no further than The Ritz Carlton Tokyo, which is located in the heart of downtown Roppongi area in Tokyo’s tallest building completed in the 2000s. Rooms at this lavish hotel offer fabulous views of Mount Fuji, the Imperial Palace or the vibrant Shinjuku area. Besides the spacious guest room of luxurious standard compared to other hotels in Tokyo, you can pamper yourself and relax in the chic whirlpool offering city skyline views. Enjoy a wonderful French gastronomic experience at the Michelin star rated restaurant Azure in the hotel. Best of it all, explore Tokyo easily with the metro station right at your doorstep!

The Ritz Carlton Tokyo

Address: Tokyo Midtown, 9-7-1 Minato Ward, Akasaka, Tokyo, 107-0052 (see map)

Price: from 465.30 USD per night

Number of Guests: 2

Access: directly connected to Roppongi Station

Contact: +81 3-3423-8000

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3. The Peninsula Tokyo: Hibiya Station (from 578 USD per night)

If you appreciate Japanese history and culture, but also like to be near the upmarket commercial districts such as Ginza and Roppongi, staying in a hotel near Hibiya Station will be ideal for you. Located opposite the ancient Imperial Palace, The Peninsula Tokyo is the perfect place to stay in the unique historical district surrounded by modern skyscrapers. Furthermore, it is directly connected to Hibiya Station serving three subway lines including the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, and just a quick 3-minute walk from Ginza and Yurakucho stations.

All rooms are airy and tastefully furnished with traditional Japanese influences by the famous Japanese interior designer, Yukio Hashimoto. On days when you just want to relax in the hotel without heading out to the buzzing streets, dine in the hotel’s fine restaurants and bar serving a variety of Japanese, Western and Cantonese cuisine. Not only do they offer sweeping city views, the delectable cuisines will suit even the most discerning taste bud.

The Peninsula Tokyo

Address: 1-8-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, 100-0006 (see map)

Price: from 578 USD per night

Number of Guests: 2

Access: directly connected to Hibiya Station

Contact: +81-3-6270-2888

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4. Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo: Higashi Ginza Station (from 160 USD per night)

Find it too straining on your budget to stay in luxury hotels like the above-mentioned? In that case, Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo may just be the right one for you. Situated just one minute away from Higashi Ginza Station, Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo is a relatively new hotel opened in December 2014, just steps away from the glamourous Ginza district. All rooms are fitted with contemporary amenities for your utmost comfort and convenience. Enjoy warm hospitality from the hotel staff to make you feel at home throughout your stay. The best part of your stay at Millennium has to be its superb location in the heart of Tokyo, where you can get to anywhere conveniently from the hotel, and enjoy great food and shopping without travelling too far out.

Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo

Address: 5-11-1 Ginza, Chuo Ward, Tokyo 104-0061 (see map)

Price: from 160 USD per night

Number of Guests: 2

Access: Right exit walk from Tokyo metro Higashi Ginza station

Contact: +81 3-3549-3331

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5. Tokyu Stay Tsukiji: Tsukiji Station (from 127 USD per night)

One of the must-visit places in Tokyo is the world’s biggest wholesale fish and seafood market, Tsukiji Market. Its early morning tuna auction is also a much sought after activity for many travellers in Tokyo, but you have to wake up really early to be in time for the famous auction. If you stay at Tokyu Stay Tsukiji, located right in the middle of Outer Tsukiji Fish Market, you do not have to worry about how to get there on time in the wee hours of the morning! Furthermore, there are many delicious sushi and seafood restaurants in the market that you can check out easily.

Besides the great proximity to Tsukiji Market, rooms at Tokyu Stay Tsukiji are compact and equipped with modern amenities to cater to needs of most travellers. Some rooms even come with a well-equipped kitchenette and washing machine, which is a great steal for a hotel stay at such prices.

Tokyu Stay Tsukiji

Address: 4-11-5 Tsukiji, Chuo Ward, Tokyo 104-0045 (see map)

Price: from 127 USD per night

Number of Guests: 2

Access: 5-minute walk from Tsukiji Station

Contact: +81-3-5551-0109

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6. Hotel Lifetree Ueno: Ueno Station (from 118 USD per night)

For those who wish to experience a taste of the old town Tokyo atmosphere, yet wish to be away from the touristy Asakusa district, Hotel Lifetree Ueno situated near Ueno Station is a wonderful alternative. Just one stop away from Asakusa, the area around Ueno Station feels more laid back. Relax and unwind in the beautiful Ueno Park near the hotel, and visit some of Tokyo’s finest cultural sites conveniently with a short walk.

While Hotel Lifetree Ueno may not boast luxuriously spacious rooms with lavish amenities, its compact rooms are functional and immaculate, equipped with contemporary amenities that will cater to the needs of most travellers. Unlike many other economy hotels, enjoy nice city views from the comfort of your room. Most importantly, enjoy top-notch service from the friendly and professional staff, just like what you would expect to receive in a superior or luxury hotel!

Hotel Lifetree Ueno

Address: 2-16-1 Higashiueno, Taito Ward, Tokyo 110-0015 (see map)

Price: from 118 USD per night

Number of Guests: 2

Access: 4-minute walk from Ueno Station

Contact: +81 3-5846-7100

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Best hotels of different classes to suit varying traveller budgets

Stay near subway stations in Tokyo to enjoy convenient access to various parts of the huge capital city. Regardless of whether you are a budget-conscious traveller or one who prefers to pamper yourself with a lavish hotel stay, rest assured the above-mentioned hotels will certainly cater to all budgets. Stay near subway stations along the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, so that you can remain accessible to other parts of Tokyo, yet be away from the ultra-busy main tourist lines. Enjoy your stay!

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