5 Most Affordable Hotels in Tokyo with Wonderful City Views!
Great “inexpensive” hotels for photography!
What’s the best thing about Tokyo?? I guess many of visitors may answer “the view of the city”! Yes, one of the most attractive things about the city is its beautiful cityscape with numbers of skyscrapers and some icon buildings. Especially, the latest trend of photography and Instagram, these rooms are higher on demand than ever.
If you much enjoy the view, how about considering to stay at one of the hotels which offer amazing views from their windows?? I know that most of them are really pricey ($300 per night to up) , but some of hotels are actually pretty affordable! I have picked 5 hotels with wonderful views, which costs around/less than $200 per night 🙂 So please check them out!
1. Park Hotel Tokyo
Park Hotel Tokyo is one of most stylish and edgy hotels in Tokyo. It’s located in Shiodome area, which has great access to Tsukiji Fish Market, Ginza and Tokyo Tower. The front desk of the hotel at 25F offers the magnificent view of Tokyo Tower, and Mt.Fuji when it’s sunny. Rooms with various views are available, with Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Bay, Ginza etc. Park Hotel Tokyo also offer some fabulous rooms called “Artist Room”, which are designed and painted by numbers of professional artist.
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Access: Direct access available from Shiodome Station
Rate per room: 18,000 yen~
2. The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic
The modern and stylish hotel which opened in 2012. The Gate Hotel is located in the popular tourist area, Asakusa and only few steps away from the famous Sansoji Temple. The hotel offers a wonderful view of Asakusa’s historical sites, and the magnificent Tokyo Skytree from the distance. The same view can be enjoyed from the roof top terrace which is open exclusively for their guests.
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Access: 2 mins walk from Asakusa Station Exit 2
Rate per room: 15,000 yen~
3. Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba
Odaiba is one of the most popular spots for night views in Tokyo. Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba is a perfect place to stay for exploring Odaiba area, also has a great transport connection to Tokyo Disney Resort and Haneda Airport. The hotel offers a panoramic view of Odaiba, Tokyo Bay, Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower. At 30 F, there are a Teppanyaki restaurant and a bar which both offer spectacular views.
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Access: Direct access available from Daiba Station
Rate per room: 12,000 yen~
4. The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
If you love Tokyo Tower, there is no place better than this hotel. The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is situated literally right in front of the Tokyo Tower. The hotel is located in Shiba Park and only 450 m away from Tokyo Tower, and easy to access to many touristic area. The hotel offers various types of guest rooms including traditional Japanese rooms with garden views.
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Access: 2 mins walk from Akabanebashi Station
Rate per room: 22,000 yen~
5. Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo
Shinjuku is one of the most attractive areas in Tokyo at night. There are tons of restaurants and bars open till morning and cool skyscrapers. Numbers of luxury hotels in the area offer wonderful city views, but I highly recommend Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo for the best value. The hotel has a Sky Lounge Bar at 160m high where guests can enjoy food and drinks with the impressive view of Shinjuku City. FYI, Keio Plaza Hotel has the famous “Hello Kitty Room” too 😉
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Access: 5 mins walk from JR Shinjuku Station West Exit
Rate per room: 20,000 yen~
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