The 30 Best Hotels in Tokyo
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics (which took place in 2021 without international spectators) could go down in history as the Games that never happened. But they had a tangible impact on the city’s infrastructure that pushed Japan’s capital even further into another stratosphere of efficiency and service, and the hotel industry is likely to have benefited the most. There are numerous new offerings in all price ranges created to cater to the expected rush of sports spectators – and while those tourists never came, the country’s growing international popularity as an ever-popular tourist destination was only compounded by the country’s enforced border closure 2020 to 2022.
With the doors to visa-free travel thrown wide once again, Tokyo’s burgeoning sleep scene has a legion of new luxury shacks – and more to come – that have soared to the same pricey heights as other major global centers (despite the yen). very weak against the US dollar). That said, there are still great finds in the mid-range and budget categories: sleek, ultra-clean rooms spread across all of the city’s major hubs.
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