I could not comment on the prices since it was paid by Northwest Airlines (we had missed the connection to Bangkok). However, the place was very beautiful. Lunch was ordinary but breakfast was very fine.
Actually in Tokyo accomodation is little expensive.
If you want to stay longer you should find house rent buros for foreigners.Or if you are going to stay for some days I recommend to stay in youth hostels or in capsule hotels.
Actually in Tokyo middle hotel price is 40-50US$ for one night
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Tokyo Yoyogi Youth Hostel - decent Western style single room available for 3000Y (for IYH member, lest 600Y more) per night. Common bathroom with indoor On-sen. Credit card accepted. Located 12 mins away from Sangubashi station (Odakyu line from Shinjuku station). Watch out for signs that point to National Olympics Memorial Center, pass McDonald's, over a bridge; hostel is within the center at Bldg A. Tel no.: (03) 3467-9163/3467-4879
Fuji-Hakone Guest House - located in the heart of Fuji-Hakone National Park. Japanese style room priced at ~6000Y for single, ~12000Y for double and ~16000Y for triple per night. Indoor and Outdoor On-sen available. Credit card accepted. Accessible by bus lane 4 from opposite Hakone Yumoto station to Senkyoro-mae bus stop. Guest house is a minute walk from bus stop. Tel no.: 0460-4-6577.
Hotel Park Inn - located 18 mins away fom Shinjuku station. Take east exit and go east along Ome-Kaido Ave, pass Isetan dept. store. Straight ahead until a junction with a big Hitachi sign hanging at top of a building, make a left into street where hotel is. Western style room with bathroom charged at 6930Y including tax per night. Credit card accepted. Tel no.: (03) 3354-9000
Suzuki Ryokan - located 1 min away from Nippori station. Japanese style rooms at 4000Y for single and 7000Y for double. Cash only. Watch out for 'Suzuki Ryokan' sign from station and head towards it where guest house is. Tel no.: (03) 3821-4944
Every place that I looked into in Tokyo was quite expensive, but we paid $100 CAD a night for three people.
Clean, moderately priced, and close to a major train station. Ryokan's are hotels that set up futons for you to sleep and have shared washrooms, showers. There won't be much in a room - phone, and closet perhaps, but typially they can put up to four futons in a room. This Ryokan was exceptionally clean and quiet. It even has a lounge for travellers to put their feet up, relax and converse with others.
Sleeping in Tokyo could be very expensive, but if you can afford to spend about 30,000 yen per week, try to rent a little flat.
For one week I spent 28,000 yen plus about 4,000 yen for water, electricity and heating.
Very small flat (about 12 sqm) but fully equipped, large bed, TV, telephone, kitchen with microwave, fridge and stuff to cook, air conditioner and bathroom.
Secret code to enter and no curfew!
3000 yen for YHA members, if not, 4000 yen, 2000 yen key deposit (not compulsory). Three night maximum stay (more if not busy).
Well located in the city, single room, very very big bathroom with hot pool. But too early evening curfew (10.00 pm!)
Where else? The Holiday Inn Metropolitan Hotel, of course. Here's another look at the lobby area. Nice!
The fabulous Holiday Inn Metropolitan Hotel here in Ikebukuro. And that's me hanging out at the beautifully decorated-with-Christmas-tree-and-lightings lobby. With this kind of ambience, everyone seems to be in some celebratory mood or other! Perfect.
The Holiday Inn Metropolitan Hotel in Ikeburo.
And this is their lovely outdoor pool. Go on, dive in!
We stayed at the lovely Holiday Inn Metropolitan Hotel in Ikebukuro. A very nice hotel in a very nice high-tech district. You can find all the cool Japanese car showrooms here. Breathtaking!
This hotel is filled with soooo many high-tech gadgets that it'd take me a day to write down our experience! I'd just list one or two to get you going...O.K.?
Their Mini-Bar. The minute you remove an item from the fridge, some auto sensor will be activated and you'd be charged for the drinks. Very complicated. So do ensure that before you check out, peruse through your hotel bills carefully that you're not being charged for drinks that you didn't take (and all that you're guilty of is to remove their drinks and put in those that you just bought from the local supermarket! Sounds familiar?).
Their remote-controls. Wow, I can do anything and EVERYTHING with it. The whole hotel room seems to be remotely-controlled! Not kidding. I'm even not surprised if I were to press a wrong button somewhere and I'd make my buddy disappear. Poof, and she's gone! But anyhow, I'm sure you get my point. If I stay much longer at this hotel, I'd be spoilt for life and think that I can solve all problems with a touch of a button!
Never try to take a western style accomodation ...they are expensive, and of course , if you are in japan you have to behave as japan people ....in most of cases you can get an accomodation ( I suggest Ryokan ) by the TIC tourist information center ...in every international airport...you can book everything and don't spend lots of money...about 30-60 US dollars for a really good accomodation
there is a really high level of quality..just one problem most of accomodations are thought to be for japan people ( you will see that there are not lots of people from western countries)
I'll never forget the name of this five star hotel, The Imperial Hotel, the most beautiful and busiest. The accomodations were really up to date, everything seemed to be quite ahead of it's time.
At that time I think our lodging was something like $500-700 a night,as I said I was there for a week.
I did not have time for workouts because the type of show I participated in was quite active. The food was extremely exspensive,the gift shops were also exspensive but the merchadise was well worth the price.
Tsukasa Weekly Mansion in Koto-ku. Not very luxurious but a practical place to be for a big group like our family. One thing is sure - it is clean when you get in so you have to clean before you leave. It will soon be facing a new Ito Yokado (department store) so the location is just OK.
Y67,000/week for the unit which can accomodate 5 persons. Minimum of one week. This may be computed to Y1914/night/person. An additional Y20,000 refundable deposit is required.
For Tokyo's standard, the price is pobably reasonable esp if you travel in a big group.
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