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Capsule hotels in Tokyo

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The Millennials Shibuya
Shibuya,Tokyo - View on map
"This place is so hipster, but not in a bad way. Everything is so modern and every gesture and detail just blew me away. The bed itself was a bed/sofa that could be controlled by the ipod touch they lend you. The washrooms are ample and clean. You can book adjacent beds/units in case you're travelling with others. There's free breakfast in the mornings and free beer hour in the afternoons. Everything was top notch and everyone at the front desk was outgoing and spoke good English (this was a first for me out of 25+ hotels in Tokyo these few years). Next time I come back, I'll be staying entirely at The Millenials rather than waste my time elsewhere. "
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9.1

Exceptional

739 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 50
1 Night 1980 Yen Tokyo Hotel
Asakusa,Tokyo - View on map
"Pros: Near the metro station Clean Room, Toilet, and Bathroom Helpful and friendly staff Huge locker room Cons: Uncomfortable pillow and mattress (You can pay 200 yen for extra bed sheet i think) You need to surrender your keys every time you going out (Which is a bit hassle on my end) Boring common room (Need to add some sort of entertainment in the room like TV or Desktop PCs) Overall, I enjoyed staying at 1 Night 1980 Yen Tokyo Hotel. "
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8.1

Excellent

897 reviews

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$ 17
FIRST CABIN Ichigaya
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"About 20 minutes to Tokyo Station. It is located in a good location, cheap and neat. The staff are very kind, too. The capsule hotel, FIRST CABIN in Japan was personally the best. Thank you."
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8.9

Excellent

1170 reviews

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$ 24
The Global hotel Tokyo
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"The only cons were that it got a bit too warm in the capsule even with the fan on, and the noise from other travellers in the mornings if you are wanting to sleep in a bit. Noise is unavoidable in places like this though, and everyone was doing their best to be quiet so heavy sleepers shouldn't have a problem. I was amazed at the amount of things included in the cost! I thoroughly enjoyed my experience and would do it again (probably just for one night at a time) if I return to Tokyo :)"
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8.1

Excellent

381 reviews

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$ 19
Do-c Shibuya Ebisu
Ebisu,Tokyo - View on map
"Great place if your visit to Tokyo is short, with the station really close by. The place itself is surrounded by restaurants and other convenient stores. Simple place with staffs that can speak English. Inside the capsule bed there is a single USB plug socket, and a Japanese standard plug socket. My height is 172 centimeter, the length of the bed just fits my height. If you are taller than that, your foot might reach out. Since you are staying with other peoples, sometimes other travelers make noises at night when sleeping hours. Like talking on the phone and watching video. Don't be that person, go to the lounge if you want to talk on the phone, etc. Try to keep the noise to the minimum when in the capsule, have some common etiquette. Overall, it is a simple place with almost everything you could hope for, especially if you just want to sleep, shower, and move out. I believe you will enjoy your time there. "
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8.3

Excellent

808 reviews

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$ 35
Nine Hours Otemachi - Imperial Palace
Akihabara,Tokyo - View on map
"Look no further if you're looking for the most modern looking capsule hotel in Tokyo. Nine hours hotels will always be my choice for a budget stay."
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8.4

Excellent

686 reviews

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$ 36
Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"Everyone should try the capsule hotel experience at least one night when visiting Japan. So did I and picked this hotel based on the reviews on Agoda and couldn't be happier! The hotel is located in a 8 story building in Kabukicho, Shinjuku and it's very easy to get there. The reception is in floor 3, a common area for men & women with kitchen, restaurants, vending machines and internet café is located in floor 4. Floor 5 is used for day use capsules while the night capsules for men are located in floors 6 & 7. Women can stay in floor 8, separated from men. Staff was super nice and welcoming (contrary to some opinions here), they tried to help me from the very beginning and the people I talked to spoke fairly good English. Although customers are assigned a small locker with enough space to leave the clothes in a changing room, bigger luggage can be stored on some shelves present in both the changing room and in front of the reception. Don't be scared of leaving your items there, this is Japan and everybody respects your belongings. The place is clean and the capsule is much bigger than pictured!! Inside there is a control panel for the light, alarm, air conditioner and television, a power socket and a mirror along with the pillow and a duvet. All capsules have a curtain than can be opened/closed for privacy and but beware that some noises can come inside if other guests speak loudly (usually don't). The hotel also has a traditional Japanese bath (onsen) and sauna. Don't forget to try it before you leave! Checkout time is at 10 am and luggage cannot be stored after checking out. I had a great experience at Shinjuku Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel and will definitely come back in my next trip to Tokyo."
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7.8

Very good

2929 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 39
Nine Hours Suidobashi
Tokyo Dome,Tokyo - View on map
"There are many capsule hotels out there in Tokyo. 9hours gives you all you need, but no special extras - but that’s totally fine! The stuff is kind, you get everything you need for your stay (towel, tooth brush, slippers and clothings), the ‘designer’-capsule is giant (way bigger than expected) and the public room in 6th floor is amazing (for foreigners I recommend to observe the busy streets in the morning through the windows). Only negative thing (for me) is, that the stairway is restricted for emergency. Sometimes I don’t want to wait for the elevator, especially if I just want to go to my locker or take a shower - which are on a lower floor than the capsules. But, since this system provides the privacy of female guests, it’s totally understandable. Thanks for the hospitality!"
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8.3

Excellent

173 reviews

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$ 43
Rembrandt Cabin Shinjuku Shin-Okubo
Shinjuku,Tokyo - View on map
"This hostel can walk easily from station, have a nice view at front desk and also have free space."
8.3

Excellent

44 reviews

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$ 24
nine hours Hamamatsucho
Shinbashi,Tokyo - View on map
"Clean and good value. There is no laundry service but they actually provide shirt and pants that you can wear throughout your stay. You'll have to check out at 10am after every day, regardless of how many nights you are staying which although is a minor inconvenience, it keeps things clean and fresh as you get new amenities every day. There's not a lot of space in the locker and can get a little cramped if there are multiple people in the locker/shower room, so it's most optimal to stay here if you are travelling light."
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8.6

Excellent

132 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 39

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Tokyo?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo is 108 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo is 155 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo is 186 USD.

What's the average price of a hotel in Tokyo this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo this weekend is 117 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo is 177 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo is 163 USD.

What's the average price of a hotel in Tokyo tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Tokyo tonight is 123 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Tokyo is 167 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Tokyo is 149 USD.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo near Narita International Airport?

Verified travelers to Tokyo who stayed near Narita International Airport have given top reviews to Hotel Nikko Narita, Narita Tobu Hotel Airport, and APA Hotel Keisei Narita-Ekimae.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo near Meiji Jingu?

Verified travelers to Tokyo who stayed near Meiji Shrine have given top reviews to Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu, Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel, and Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo near Tokyo Skytree Town?

Verified travelers to Tokyo who stayed near Tokyo Skytree Town have given top reviews to Via Inn Asakusa, Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International, and Asakusa Central Hotel.

What are the most popular hotels in Tokyo?

Some of our most popular hotels in Tokyo are Hotel Nikko Narita, Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku, and APA Hotel TKP Nippori Ekimae

What are the best hotels in Tokyo for couples?

Hotels in Tokyo that are highly rated by couples include Hotel Nikko Narita, Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku, and APA Hotel TKP Nippori Ekimae.

What are the best hotels in Tokyo for families?

Hotels in Tokyo that are highly rated by families include Hotel Nikko Narita, Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku, and APA Hotel TKP Nippori Ekimae.

What hotels in Tokyo have the best views?

Verified travelers to Tokyo have given top reviews for the views at Hotel Century Southern Tower, KEIKYU EX INN Haneda Airport - Tokyo, and Sunshine City Prince Hotel Ikebukuro Tokyo.

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What's the best neighborhood in Tokyo to stay in?

Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Tokyo include Shinjuku, Ueno, and Ginza.

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