Hotels in Japan

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Best cities to book a hotel in Japan

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€43 - €210

CHEAPEST CITY IN JAPANNagoya65% cheaperHotels in Nagoya are the cheapest in Japan at just €43 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN JAPANOsaka43% more expensiveOsaka has the highest priced hotels in Japan with rooms averaging €210 per night
MOST POPULAR CITY IN JAPANTokyo88% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Tokyo than any other city in Japan

Things to do in Japan

Hotels in popular cities in Japan

Below are the most popular cities in Japan to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in Japan

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Low seasonJunecheapest month to stay
High seasonJulymost expensive time to stay
49%expected price decrease
53%expected price increase


€96 - €401

Cheapest day of weekTuesdayis the cheapest day of the week to book
Highest day of weekWednesdayis the most expensive day of the week to book
€121is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
€218is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day

Useful insights on Japan hotels

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Most Popular Hotel (5-star)

Park Hyatt Tokyo

Hotels Near Airport

The cheapest price for a room in Japan found in the last 7 days is €7/night. This rate is available with Park Inn, a 1-star hotel.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with Park Hyatt Tokyo, the most popular 5-star hotel in Japan (9.2/10 rating - based on 263 reviews).
There are 344 hotels in Japan close to Osaka Kansai Intl. Hotel Nikko Kansai Airport is the nearest with a distance of 1.3 km from this airport.

Information about staying in Japan

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What cities in Japan are best to stay in?

Naturally, we must suggest you consider Tokyo, the capital of Japan. Hotels in Tokyo offer a wide range in price and services. Think of staying at the Shangri-La Hotel next to the train station and where the subway station is within walking distance. You may also walk to the largest shopping district in Tokyo or the Imperial Palace. The bus system is easy to understand, or just grab an inexpensive taxi. Kyoto is another city you should have on your list. Kyoto offers similar forms of transport as well as variety in lodging. Enjoy the oasis of the Suiran Luxury Hotel. This Kyoto hotel provides a Japanese experience that includes hot spring baths, private outdoor baths, staff in kimonos, with nearby temples, shrines, and gardens. The sounds of the Hozu River add to the overall feeling of peace.

What are the best things to do in Japan?

We have all heard of Mt Fuji. Although this mountain is a bit far from Tokyo, it can still be seen quite clearly. For climbers, watching the sunrise from the peak is a fabulous reward. Then there is the famous Imperial Palace in Tokyo. Stroll through the gardens and be sure to take pictures of the double bridge. Tours are offered in English. If you have children, be sure to visit Micky and Minnie at Tokyo Disneyland. Cheap hotels in Tokyo near Disneyland include the Henn Na Hotel where robot raptors will check you into this dinosaur-themed lodging, the Hotel Springs Makuhari, which has a fun retro theme, and the Pension Unbirthday, where you and the kids eat your fill of the complimentary soup and fresh bread breakfast before you take off for your big day of adventure.

What cities in Japan have the best nightlife?

You picked the right country if you like nightlife! Japan comes alive at night. In Osaka, in the District of Namba, you will find exciting nightclubs, dance clubs, karaoke, and comedy clubs. Japanese hotels in Namba include the Kamon and the Grids Premium Hotel. Shibuya is another area quite famous for clubbing. Head to Dogenzaka Street to get your groove on. For a novel adventure, consider staying at Capsule Hotel Shibuya, where you will have a massage couch and a TV in your capsule. The Tokyo Stay Shibuya is near the party scene, and some of the rooms offer convenient laundry machines and kitchenettes. There are four districts in Tokyo for partying: Shibuya, Ginza, Shinjuku, and Roppongi. Tokyo offers an exciting culinary scene with modern restaurants that provide tasty dishes. Ete restaurant features top-notch tender slices of abalone layered over deep-fried bamboo shoot, while Kotaro provides tasty hand-cut udon noodles. Travelers looking to find hotels in Japan ideal for partiers can stay at Park Hyatt Tokyo, where you can look down at the craziness in the streets of Shinjuku by night and the majesty of Mt. Fuji by day.

What cities in Japan are best for art and history?

The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art is located in the city of Kanazawa. There you will find fantastic new styles of art along with permanent exhibits. The UAN Kanazawa is a nice choice for a hotel as it is very close to the Museum. There are about 15 museums in the Nagano Prefecture with everything from contemporary to traditional Japanese art. For cheap Japan hotels, consider staying at the Compass Hotel, where the Zenkoji Temple is under two miles away. And of course, the country’s capital city of Tokyo is rich with museums. The National Art Center of Tokyo is full of Japanese art and architecture. These museums provide paid guided tours, and travelers have to pay an entrance fee. From early March to mid-May, the museums park with flocks of tourists seeking to explore them. If you are up for less crowded visits, consider visiting during December. If you are looking for cheap hotels in Japan near its cultural and historical attractions, stay at the Hotel Asia Center of Japan, the Hotel Ibis Roppongi, or the Hotel and Residence Roppongi – all of which are within walking distance.

When is the least expensive time to stay in Japan?

At just €66 per night on average, November is the least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Japan. The most expensive month to stay at a hotel in Japan is July.

Where do most people stay in Japan?

There is little doubt that travellers enjoy various cities in Japan, but the majority of travellers who visit Japan tend to spend the most time in Tokyo.

How much does a luxury hotel cost in Japan?

Prices of luxury hotel rooms fluctuate based on the location and hotel brand that you stay at, but in Japan you can expect a nightly rate of about €88, which is 24% above the average hotel room cost of €71 per night.

Which city in Japan has the most expensive hotel rooms?

At €100 per night, Tokyo is the most expensive city in Japan to book a hotel room in. The average cost of €100 is about 24% above the country's average price per night.

Which city in Japan has the least expensive hotel rooms?

Tokyo currently offers the lowest nightly rates of any city in Japan at just €13; a price that is 81% lower than the average rate per night in Japan.

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Why should I book accommodation in Japan through momondo?

Booking accommodation or a hotels in Japan is made easy with momondo. We are free to use and there are no hidden costs or fees. momondo compares hundreds of websites and gives you all your Japan hotels and accommodation options in one place.

How does momondo help me find a great place to stay in Japan?

You can find a great place to stay in Japan by using our filters once you have used the search form above. The filters momondo offer include simple options such as star rating, location and price; but also go much further and allow you to select accommodation based on style, amenities such as free breakfast and internet, as well as enhanced health and safety options.

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