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Hotel Gajoen Tokyo
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
"For our first trip to Tokyo, we wanted a luxury hotel that wasn't part of an international chain - something in a neighbourhood that would be less tourist-y and more "local". Our son's Japanese colleagues suggested the Meguro Gajoen and although it wasn't on our travel agency's list of Tokyo hotels, we decided to go for it. Turns out it was the perfect choice. First of all, the hotel décor is absolutely sumptuous with magnificent mural frescoes and other Japanese artwork everywhere you look (even the bathrooms!). A cascading waterfall, tiny bridges over little brooks ... the lobby is exquisite. You feel immediately like you are in the heart of Japan. The week we were there, there was a floral art exhibition and Japanese aficionados turned out to see the creations of one of Japan's most popular artists. The hotel is a popular spot for weddings, so we enjoyed watching joyful families arrive for wedding ceremonies. The hotel breakfast was fabulous, with Japanese and European choices. And the huge rooms are beautifully appointed with high quality materials and amenities - top notch luxury. I can't say enough about this hotel! Add to that its location 5 minutes from the subway. Meguro Subway station seems off the beaten track, but in fact it's very convenient. The Yamanote line runs around the city and takes directly you to all the best tourist sites. It's an above-ground train line that is much more pleasant than the subway. There are tons of restaurant options at Meguro and even more at the next stop Ebisu. These are areas of Tokyo that are more residential, so you see families and people going about their business - as opposed to Shinjuku, Ginza and the Tokyo station areas that are more for business. "
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9.1

Exceptional

317 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 524
Hotel Suave Shibuya
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
Meguro Emperor (Adult Only)
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
5.3

3 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 64
Hotel Fukudaya
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
"This hotel is not located in Shibuya, but in Meguro-ku, though on the border between the two places, so don't expect this hotel to be really close to the shopping and party district in Shibuya. It's not much of a walk, but it might be tricky to find your way back without a decent map since none of the locals had ever heard of it. The upside to this is that you don't get disturbed by the sounds of the city during the night. All in all, a good stay, nice staff and well worth the money!"
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7.7

Very good

271 reviews

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$ 53
WISE OWL HOSTELS SHIBUYA
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
"One of the best hostels during our Japan trio. It is clean, the bunk beds are great and the bar on the ground floor is cheap with a good offer of drinks. You can take the bus from and to shibuya station or just walk 15minutes. One thing, there is not much space to store your luggage inside the dorms. But you will find a way to handle it. "
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8.6

Excellent

416 reviews

Kitazawa Cozy House
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
Hotel Gajoen Tokyo
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
the b Sangenjaya
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
Hotel Fukudaya (Shibuya)
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
Avg price per night
$ 63
Hotel Gajoen Tokyo
Meguro,Meguro - View on map
"For our first trip to Tokyo, we wanted a luxury hotel that wasn't part of an international chain - something in a neighbourhood that would be less tourist-y and more "local". Our son's Japanese colleagues suggested the Meguro Gajoen and although it wasn't on our travel agency's list of Tokyo hotels, we decided to go for it. Turns out it was the perfect choice. First of all, the hotel décor is absolutely sumptuous with magnificent mural frescoes and other Japanese artwork everywhere you look (even the bathrooms!). A cascading waterfall, tiny bridges over little brooks ... the lobby is exquisite. You feel immediately like you are in the heart of Japan. The week we were there, there was a floral art exhibition and Japanese aficionados turned out to see the creations of one of Japan's most popular artists. The hotel is a popular spot for weddings, so we enjoyed watching joyful families arrive for wedding ceremonies. The hotel breakfast was fabulous, with Japanese and European choices. And the huge rooms are beautifully appointed with high quality materials and amenities - top notch luxury. I can't say enough about this hotel! Add to that its location 5 minutes from the subway. Meguro Subway station seems off the beaten track, but in fact it's very convenient. The Yamanote line runs around the city and takes directly you to all the best tourist sites. It's an above-ground train line that is much more pleasant than the subway. There are tons of restaurant options at Meguro and even more at the next stop Ebisu. These are areas of Tokyo that are more residential, so you see families and people going about their business - as opposed to Shinjuku, Ginza and the Tokyo station areas that are more for business. "
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9.1

Exceptional

317 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 524

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