Shibuya Tobu Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3-1 Udagawa, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Prefecture, 150-0042, Japan
Shibuya Tobu Hotel
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  • Families64
  • Couples88
  • Solo75
  • Business50

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Stay in Grand Style at the Tobu Hotel Grande

by zr2gmc about Tobu Hotel Grande

The best hotel I've stayed at in Utsunomiya. The rooms are typical size, but clean and smoke free. Great city views, free breakfast buffet, currency exchange, laundry service.


by Sharrie


Conveniently located. Best for those who are in Tokyo to shop!

Totally Tubular Tokyo!

by paradoxea


Asakusa temple is a very nice area... somewhat touristy, but still good.


If you are a gadget geek like me, then this is your heaven. DO NOT MISS IT!


We stayed at the Kinshicho Tobu hotel. It was an decent hotel, and it's only 2 stops from Tokyo central train station. It turned out to be very convenient.

The Heart of Japan

by walterwu

While in Tokyo's Kinshicho area and staying in Tobu Hotel Levant, I can see the, from my room, "Tokyo Sky Tree" which is being constructed in the Narihirabashi/Oshiage area of Sumida Ward, Tokyo and is scheduled to be completed by Dec-2011 and will be open in 2012. The completed tower will boast a height of 634m, the tower will be one of the world's tallest.

* Height of tower: 634m

* Facilities: Observatory (First Observatory at 350m and Second Observatory at 450m), broadcasting facilities, stores, restaurant, etc.

* Initial investment: Approx. 60 billion yen Pre-opening costs: Approx. 5 billion yen

*Architectural and artistic design and facilities are those envisioned at this point in time, and are subject to further review and change.


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Forum Posts

Shibuya to Airport and Disneyland

by urbanmale_tods

Hi Vters, I need some advise on my first free and easy trip to Tokyo.

We will be staying in SHIBUYA TOBU hotel.

1. The easiest way to get from Narita Airport to the hotel. (excluding taxi.)
Do I take the Airport Limousine Bus to Excel Hotel and walk to Tobu?

2. We are interested to visit the Disneyland/sea. Any shuttle bus in Shibuya that picks up people, like what they did in Shinjuku?

Thank you, we are a pair of mid-20s teens on a relatively tight budget.

Re: Shibuya to Airport and Disneyland

by Oregonguy

The easiest, fastest, way to Shibuya is at the NEX train. It costs about 60 bucks last time I was on it. The Airport bus is little less expensive, but much slower.

If going to Disneyland, just use the metro system. You would just take the Ginza line from Shibuya to Nagatacho station, then the Yurakucho line to Disneyland.

Re: Shibuya to Airport and Disneyland

by dru46

1. Both the bus and the train will be easy. The difference is 110 yen more for the train, but I'd go with the train, personally. You can get up and walk around if you want, and you are almost guaranteed to be at Shibuya station on time. The bus is 3000 yen each way.

2. For Disneyland, there is no shuttle bus in Shibya. You'll have to either go to Shinjuku or take a train. If you are looking to save money, don't take the shuttle bus. It's 800 yen each way. The trains will be cheaper. The cheapest is to take the Metro lines. 370 yen for you to take a train from Shibuya (Ginza Line) to Omotesando. Then transfer to the Chiyoda Line and go to Hibiya Station. Walk to Tokyo Station and take the Keiyo Line to Maihama and you're at Disneyland. I don't recommend this as it's not an easy transfer from Hibiya to Tokyo, at least not for the first time. Alternatively, for 380 yen, just get onto the JR Lines. Take the Yamanote to Tokyo, then transfer to the Keiyo Line. Pay the 10 yen to make it easier, unless you want to get lost and enjoy wandering around Hibiya. :D Not that you will get lost.

Where to stay in Tokyo

by golfbuddy

Of the following three hotels, which would be the best choice:

Shibuya Excel Hotel
Keio Plaza Hotel
Prince Hotel, Shinjuku

Re: Where to stay in Tokyo

by dru46

Of the three, I prefer staying in Shinjuku. However, the Shibuya hotel is probably the best in terms of being close to the station. Of the two in Shinjuku, I'd probably choose the Prince hotel as it's usually cheaper, I think. Plus, there is more to do at night if you really wanted to. The Keio one is great but you have to cross the station to get to the lively area. The west is good for skyscrapers and shopping for electronics.

Re: Where to stay in Tokyo

by Bilimari

I'd stay in either Shibuya or Shinjuku. Lots of things to do and to see. Both places are well connected to other locations in Tokyo by metro and JR.


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