"This is a very special place. It is a quaint and quiet bed + breakfast just outside of Tokyo, near Akabane Station. Mr. Ito and his wife are the most kind and generous hosts! They go above and beyond, and out of their way to make your stay in Japan a 10 out of 10 star experience. My husband and I ..."
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Searching for B&Bs in Tokyo?
Whether you’re traveling with your family and want a friendly place to stay, or you’re traveling solo and hoping to get some local recommendations, a B&B can be a good choice for many different types of travelers. If museums are at the top of your list when you venture out to explore Tokyo, Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art and Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum are worth a stop.
Are you thinking about a B&B for your stay?
With attentive service, opportunities to interact with the owner, and of course a scrumptious breakfast, B&Bs offer a one-of-a-kind setting.
What are the top B&Bs in Tokyo?
Below are some well-liked B&Bs in the area: Mokkoan: 2.5 stars, 6 rooms. 7.1 mi (11.5 km) from the heart of Tokyo. Enjoy the free English breakfast and soaking bathtubs. YUUNTEI -a hiding place in Asakusa-: 3.8 mi (6.1 km) from the downtown core. Kanaloa Funabashi: 2.5 stars, 4 rooms. 12.3 mi (19.8 km) from the heart of downtown.
What's the best time of year to book my B&B in Tokyo?
When you’re planning your stay in Tokyo, be sure to take into account the year-round temperatures. The hottest months are usually August and July with an average temp of 79°F, while the coldest months are January and February with an average of 48°F. Average annual precipitation for Tokyo is 42 inches.
What is there to do in Tokyo?
Travelers who want to experience Tokyo should check out its temples and top museums. Spend some time exploring Hibiya Park and Kokyogaien National Gardens if you’re hoping to see some of the area’s natural features. You might put Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea® on your list if you want to see more of the area.
How can I get to and around Tokyo?
Planning your excursions in and around Tokyo is easier with these transportation options. Fly into Haneda Airport (HND), which is located 8.8 mi (14.1 km) away. Otherwise, look for flights into Narita Intl. Airport (NRT), which is 35.9 mi (57.8 km) away. If you’d like to explore around the area, consider renting a car to take in more sights.
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"The Royal Park Hotel at the Haneda airport was a perfect place to relax and receive a comfortable night's rest during our layover in Japan. It is conveniently located at Terminal 3 and there is a free shuttle to the other terminals of the airport. The staff at the hotel were friendly and welcoming and able to answer our questions."
A verified traveler stayed at The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda
"This is my second time to stay this hotel and I am fully satisfied with my stay same as last time. All hotel staffs were super friendly and helpful. The room was very clean and well organized. You can walk to JR, subways, and Yurikamome stations so that you can access to major sight seeing spots and Haneda Airport easily. Absolutely this is my hotel when I go to Tokyo. "
A verified traveler stayed at The Royal Park Hotel Iconic Tokyo Shiodome
"Excellent location, cute/ modern room and the bonus was the massage chair in the room. It came in handy after a long day’s walk. Starbucks is super close for morning coffee and the subway is 2 minutes away! I’ll definitely stay there again when I visit!"
"Convinient n easy to access from shinjuku train station. Clean. There is 2 convinient store at ground floor n basement. N thetevis shutter bus from hotel to train station . Highly Recommended . I have book for my April trip at this hotel again. There is nothing i dont like about this hotel. "
A verified traveler stayed at Shinjuku Washington Hotel Main