Top 5 Value-for-Money Budget Hotels in Tokyo

Top 5 Value-for-Money Budget Hotels in Tokyo

Finding affordable accommodation in Tokyo can be a challenge. However, if you don’t mind staying slightly outside the city, you can find some budget-friendly options within easy reach of subway connections to Tokyo. Be sure to check the schedule for the last train if you’re planning a late night out on town!  Here are our picks for Tokyo’s best value for money budget hotels.  

Hotel Niwa Tokyo

Hotel Niwa Tokyo

Hotel Niwa Tokyo

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Hotel Niwa offers affordable rates without compromising on quality. Guests can easily reach the hotel from Narita via the Airport Limousine Bus. The controversial Yasukuni Shrine, Suidobashi Station, Tokyo Imperial Palace and Tokyo Dome Stadium are all found within walking distance of this 4-star hotel. The hotel features a minimalist Japanese design, as well as a Relaxation Lounge with massage chairs and rooftop garden. Guests praise this hotel’s clean rooms and accommodating staff.

Room Tip: Room upgrades are worth the extra money

Price Range: $247-$556

Check the hotel’s lowest price on Agoda here: Hotel Niwa Tokyo

E-Hotel Higashi Shinjuku

E-Hotel Higashi Shinjuku

E-Hotel Higashi Shinjuku

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This contemporary 3-star hotel is located a 10-minute walk from Tokyo’s exciting Kabukicho red light district. Higashi-Shinjuku Subway Station and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden are within walking distance, and the hotel is less than a kilometer from Shinjuku Station. Rooms offer Simmons beds, electric kettles, flat-screen TVs, and en-suite bathrooms with complimentary toiletries. A Tully’s Coffee shop is found on the ground floor.

Room Tip: Rooms on the 6th and 11th floors have the best access to the hotel’s vending machines

Price Range: $128-$198

Wing International Ikebukuro

Wing International Ikebukuro

Wing International Ikebukuro

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Hotel Wing International is within walking distance of Sunshine City and JR Ikebukuro Station, which offers direct train service to Shibuya and Shinjuku. This 3-star hotel features an on-site restaurant that serves delicious Japanese food. Rooms include free broadband internet, en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.

Room Tip: Non-smokers should request a non-smoking room because the hotel will provide a smoking room unless otherwise asked.

Price Range: $146-$181

Check the hotel’s lowest price on Agoda here: Hotel Wing International Ikebukuro

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Shinjuku New City Hotel

Shinjuku New City Hotel

Shinjuku New City Hotel

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Shinjuku New City Hotel is located across the street from Shinjuku Central Park, within walking distance of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and Tochomae Subway Station. The hotel also provides a free shuttle service to nearby JR Shinjuku Train Station. Massage, internet terminals, and laundry facilities are all available, and the on-site restaurant serves both Japanese and Western food. Guests appreciate the hotel’s free shuttle service, as well as the quick check-in and check-out process.

Room Tip: Ask for the park view rooms

Price Range: $140-$209

Check the hotel’s lowest price on Agoda here: Shinjuku New City Hotel

Tokyo Grand Hotel

Tokyo Grand Hotel

Tokyo Grand Hotel

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The 2-star Tokyo Grand is only 150 meters from Shiba-Koen Subway Station and a 15-minute walk from Tokyo Tower. Daimon Subway Station, Zojo-ji Temple and JR Hamamatsucho Station are all within walking distance. Rooms include free internet, en-suite bathrooms, satellite TVs, minibars and complimentary green tea. There are 2 on-site restaurants, which offer Japanese and Western dishes, in addition to a tasty breakfast buffet.

Room Tip: Ask for a room with views of the Tokyo Tower

Price Range: $105-$152

Check the hotel’s lowest price on Agoda here: Tokyo Grand Hotel

 

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