Monday, December 12, 2011

Hotel in Tokyo AU$250 a night?

Hello all

My fiance and I are spending two nights in Tokyo near the end of April, a Thursday and a Friday night. We don%26#39;t have long, so ideally I would want to be smack bang in the middle of some good action. I was thinking possibly Shinjuku or Shibuya?

I%26#39;m hoping to find a decent hotel in such an area for somewhere between AU$250 and $300 a night, but I%26#39;m a bit clueless. Does anyone have any suggestions, either for hotels or for the best websites to browse and book Tokyo hotels through?



Hotel in Tokyo AU$250 a night?

Yes, there are so many options! Shinjuku and Shibuya are good locations to stay in so that narrows it down slightly for you.

Maybe start with to see what is available for the dates you are looking for.

By the way, if you want to save money, I noticed that Citadines in Shinjuku has just opened in March 2009. The normal rates for their brand new apartments start at about AUS $250 but they have introductory rates until June 09 for 7619 Yen which is about AUS$120-$130 - crazy cheap for Tokyo.

The cheapest rates are found on their website.

鈥 There might still be some rooms available

It%26#39;s a bit more expensive through, plus you have to pay a booking fee through wotif.

Hotel in Tokyo AU$250 a night?

sorry that%26#39;s -


Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku is a good hotel (read the reviews here on Tripadvisor) and has a nice location, about three minutes walking from JR Shinjuku train station. The rate fits your budget very well too since doubles (smaller) and twins (bigger) go between 15,000 Yen (AUD250) to 20,000 Yen (AUD 315).

If you don%26#39;t mind spending just a little more (AUD10 to 20), you might be able to get into Century Southern Tower, just across the street from Sunroute Plaza. The rooms are nicer and bigger.

Thank you! I%26#39;ll check those hotels out now.

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