6 Best Love Hotels In Kabukicho, Tokyo, Japan - Updated 2021

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In the world’s largest city, don’t be surprised if you find everything you are looking for. Literally anything. In Japan, the concept ‘love hotel’ dates back to the 17th century when basically teahouses or inns were built to accommodate lovers with discreet entries and exits. Nowadays, Kabukicho, the so-called 'Sleepless Town’ of Tokyo, is the entertainment and red-light district of the city, hosting numerous quirky love hotels. Neon colors, hot tubs, mirrored ceilings, and fancy bathrooms are usually the most standard characteristics of a love hotel. So, if you happen to be in town and are up for some naughty nights (or even days), check out the following best love hotels in Kabukicho, Tokyo, Japan, and choose your style.

1. Hotel Perrier (from USD 130)

Located right in the heart of bustling Tokyo, this great love hotel is meant to be only for adults and it offers an excellent stay experience to its guests. Among its amenities and facilities, are free wifi, a 24-hour front desk, room service, free parking space, A/C, and heating. Rooms are quite spacious and cozy with lots of comforts, such as a flat-screen TV with video-on-demand and karaoke, and also a private bathroom fitted with a spa bath, a TV, and free toiletries as well. The Tokyo International Airport is just 16.6 km (10.3 mi) from here, while the neighborhood is rich in shopping malls and fine local eateries.


HOTEL PERRIER (Adult Only)

Address: Shinjuku-ku Kabuki-cho 2-7-12

Luggage storage Daily housekeeping Trouser press Parking Free parking Non-smoking rooms Heating Internet services

2. Hotel Moana Shinjuku (from USD 134)

This luxurious love hotel is the ideal choice for a romantic getaway in Tokyo’s Kabukicho neighborhood. The rooms are equipped with a private, idyllic bathroom with hot tub, a kettle, a flat-screen TV, A/C, complimentary toiletries and slippers, as well as free wifi. Other amenities include 24-hour reception service, room service, daily maid service, and lift, while smoking is allowed in the rooms. The beautiful Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is just 1.5km (0.9mi) far, and the Tokyo International Airport another 16.9km (10.5 mi).


Hotel Moana Shinjuku (Adult Only)

Address: Shinjuku-ku Kabukicho 2-30-3

Hot tub WiFi Available Air conditioning Free WiFi Adult only Room service Lift 24-hour front desk

3. Hotel & Spa J-Mex Shinjuku, Kabukicho (from USD 102)

Excellent couple facilities await the guests at this superb love hotel that is located in Tokyo’s largest nightlife area. The adult-only designed hotel boasts soundproof rooms, each uniquely decorated, and they all feature a private sauna and spa bath, a flat-screen TV with a blu-ray player and karaoke, free toiletries, and bathrobes. The hotel also provides a 24-hour front desk, free wifi, free parking space, and room service. The property stands a few steps from the Higashi Shinjuku Station and the popular Shinjuku Golden Gai district.


HOTEL & SPA J-MEX Shinjuku Kabukicho (Adult Only)

Address: Shinjyuku-ku Kabukicho 2-5-6

24-hour front desk Air conditioning Fire extinguishers WiFi Available Vending machine (snacks) Designated smoking area Valet parking Safety deposit box

4. Hotel AN Shinjuku, Kabukicho (from USD 126)

Right in the heart of Tokyo, you will find this lovely adult-only boutique hotel that promises an amazing stay for couples. The beautifully and colorfully decorated rooms come with a splendid private bathroom, a laptop or computer, a flat-screen TV with a Blu-ray player, a game console, and a kettle, along with complimentary toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. The hotel features free private parking, free wifi, a hot tub, 24-hour reception, and room service. The stunning Gyoen National Garden and the market of Takashimaya Times Square are less than 1.2km (0.7 mi) away from the property.


HOTEL AN Shinjuku Kabukicho (Adult Only)

Address: Kabukicho 2-7-5

Fire extinguishers Hammam Lift Internet services 24-hour security Luggage storage Safety deposit box Parking

5. Hotel the Hotel (from USD 72)

A truly pleasant stay is guaranteed in this quality love hotel, situated in the very center of Shinjuku, an excellent base to explore all the must-see attractions of Tokyo. All the air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom with bathtub, toiletries, and slippers, an iPod docking station, a fridge, a microwave, as well as free wifi. Other services to make you feel comfortable include daily housekeeping, grocery delivery, 24-hour front desk, and safety deposit boxes. The property enjoys great proximity to several popular landmarks, such as the Goyen Park or the Meiji Shrine, while the nearest subway and train stations are a short three-minute walk away.


Hotel The Hotel - Shinjuku kabukicho - Adult Only

7.3 User Rating

Address: 2-12-10 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, 1600021

6. Hotel Balian Resort Shinjuku Island (from USD 214)

Deeply romantic and fully cozy, this fabulous love hotel is designed only for adults and it is located in the very heart of Tokyo. The pretty comfortable rooms are equipped with an atmospheric private bathroom, free toiletries, a flat-screen TV, A/C, and free wifi, while smoking is not allowed. Among the perks of this hotel, are the Asian breakfast that is served each morning on the property (also in-room), 24-hour assistance to cover your needs, darts and karaoke to entertain yourself, and daily maid service. Shinjuku Golden Gai is just around the corner, while the Meiji Jingu Shrine is just 2.4km (1.5 mi) away.


Hotel Balian Resort Shinjuku Island (Adult Only)

Address: Shinjuku-ku Kabukicho 2-22-10

Smoke alarms CCTV in common areas Adult only WiFi available in all areas Karaoke 24-hour front desk Luggage storage Heating

A unique experience in Kabukicho

The fancy facilities and amenities of a love hotel, like the karaoke machines, disco lights, vending machines with various toys, and, quite often, costume rentals, are happily offered to ensure a more than pleasant stay for you and your chosen partner. Of course, that’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but if it is, you just can’t miss it once in Tokyo.

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