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Pocket Guide: Tokyo

The neon-lit metropolis of Tokyo is one of the world’s most fast-paced, exhilarating cities. Visitors come here to experience its incredible atmosphere and futuristic technologies alongside theatres, museums and architecture. There’s a huge spectrum of choice when it comes to hotels, from unique boutique hotels and luxury accommodation to business hotels and family friendly places to stay.

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If you want to keep your accommodation budget to a minimum, you can stay at a hostel in Tokyo or an apartment if you want a self-catering option. But if the accommodation is part of your experience, there’s a generous choice of luxury hotels from the world’s most recognisable names. The service is exemplary, the facilities are five star and the experience will be truly memorable.

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Sports fans love Tokyo, and hotels near the Tokyo Dome are popular. Other major sports venues in the city include Nippon Budokan and Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, so you may wish to book some accommodation near these venues if you’re in the city for a game. You’ll have a choice of good mid-range hotels or budget options if you’re looking for a cheap hotel.

A huge centre of commerce, business travel is big in Tokyo. This means there's no shortage of superb business hotels, with expansive conference facilities and locations in Tokyo’s major business and financial district. Many of these hotels are very large, located within statuesque skyscrapers, and offer a wide range of facilities such as spas, gyms and swimming pools.

The shopping is fantastic in Tokyo, whatever you’re looking to buy. A hotel in Tokyo Midtown is the place to stay for high-end boutiques. But if you’re looking for an authentic Japanese market to explore, try Tsukiji Fish Market. Aoyama is a shopping and dining district, where you can sample some of Tokyo's best cuisine, and there are various hotels in this area too.

Tokyo is well-known for its museums such as Mori Art Museum and Nezu Art Museum. You can choose a hotel nearby, but Tokyo’s city transport system is excellent, so wherever you decide to stay you’ll find that the attractions are easy to reach.

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Harajuku is one of Tokyo's most popular areas because of its grand shrine, Meiji-jingu. You can also admire contemporary architecture and art museums, so think about staying in a hotel in Harajuku if you’re only in Tokyo for a short time and want to experience the wonderfully eclectic mix of historic and modern influences that shape this inimitable city.

Choose a luxury hotel in Toyko and you’ll probably get to experience some of the best technology available to hotel guests in the world. Tech can range from the wacky to the genuinely useful, but one thing’s for sure, you’ll find it first in this technological pioneer of a city.

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