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Where to stay in Tokyo

The Japanese capital of Tokyo is the perfect launchpad to explore the land of the rising sun and booking the right accommodation will be important. Whether you’re balling on a budget or want to treat yourself, no matter what your budget is, The Departure Desk can help you book the perfect bed so you are well-rested every day of your trip.


Budget


If you want to save most of your pennies for daily adventures in Tokyo and don’t mind being a little social on your trip, then this budget option is perfect. The Imano Tokyo Hostel is located in central Shinjuku only a 15-minute walk from the train station and the main attractions of the area. Dorm beds start from $60 AUD per night.



Mid-range


The Ibis Styles Tokyo Bay is a good option for travellers looking for the creature comforts of a hotel but don’t want to break the bank. The hotel has a variety of bedding configurations in private rooms available to suit singles, couples and families and is located in Tokyo Bay, close to Disneyland. Rooms start from $200 AUD per night.


Luxury


For those wanting to travel in style, the Intercontinental Tokyo Bay is the place to be, and those familiar with the Intercontinental hotel chain will know that no matter where they are in the world, guests can expect the same level of luxury across the chain with the Tokyo Bay hotel being no different. Here you’ll be located in central Tokyo with many amenities at your disposal including a train station and a fitness centre, and you can even bring your furry friend! Rooms start at $700 AUD per night.



For more information on Tokyo and Japan, visit The Departure Desk for travel guides, itinerary planners and more.



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