My Tokyo Guide
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With the plentiful options available in Tokyo, travelers are spoiled for choice when it comes to accommodation. For those on a budget, Tokyo has many great hostels and guest houses that provide both safety and comfort. Some of the newly built hostels have been awarded for their design, and more continue to open up. There are also capsule hotels, some of which are women-only. For more privacy, there are mid-tier and business hotels that provide convenience and all the basic amenities, making a great option for travelers who plan to spend most of their time out exploring the city. Luxury hotels in central Tokyo provide excellent 5-star service, city views and views over the water if you decide to stay in the Tokyo Bay area. Most of Tokyo’s luxury hotels are concentrated around the Tokyo Imperial Palace, Nihombashi, Roppongi and Asakusa areas with convenient access to the city’s main sightseeing spots and shopping. There are also many hotels focused on art and design, and some host social events. If you’d like to try something a bit off-the-beaten-path, unique options outside the city include camping cabins and glamping.